Journal Articles

  1. Lipps, Jana and Dominik Schraff. 2019. Estimating subnational preferences across the European Union. Political Science Research & Methods, forthcoming. Replication Material
  2. Schraff, Dominik and Frank Schimmelfennig. 2019. Eurozone Bailouts and National Democracy: Detachment or Resilience? European Union Politics, Online First. Replication Material
  3. Schraff, Dominik. 2019. Regional redistribution and Eurosceptic voting. Journal of European Public Policy, 26(1): 83-105. Replication Material
  4. Schraff, Dominik. 2019. Politically alienated through low-wage work? Evidence from panel data. Swiss Political Science Review, 25(1): 19-39.
  5. Schraff, Dominik. 2018. Labor market disadvantage and political alienation: a longitudinal perspective on the heterogeneous risk in temporary employment. Acta Politica, 53(1): 48-67.
  6. Emmenegger, Patrick, Marx, Paul and Dominik Schraff. 2017. Gescheiterte Berufseinstiege und politische Sozialisation. Eine Längsschnittstudie zur Wirkung früher Arbeitslosigkeit auf politisches Interesse. Zeitschrift für Soziologie, 46(3): 201-2018.
  7. Emmenegger, Patrick, Marx, Paul and Dominik Schraff. 2017. Off to a Bad Start: Unemployment and Political Interest during early Adulthood. The Journal of Politics, 79(1): 315-328. Replication Material. (PDF)
  8. Dellmuth, Lisa M., Schraff, Dominik and Michael F. Stoffel. 2017. Distributive Politics, Electoral Institutions, and European Structural and Investment Funding: Evidence from Italy and France. Journal of Common Market Studies, 55(2): 275-293. Replication Material.
  9. Emmenegger, Patrick, Marx, Paul and Dominik Schraff. 2015. Labour market disadvantage, political orientations and voting: How adverse labour market experiences translate into electoral behaviour. Socio-Economic Review 13(2): 189-213. (PDF)
  10. Schraff, Dominik. 2014. Buying Turnout or Rewarding Loyalists? Electoral Mobilization and Structural Funding in the German Länder. European Union Politics 15(2): 277288. Replication Material [when using the replication data please always cite the authors who compiled the original dataset, Dellmuth and Stoffel 2012]. (PDF)

Other Publications

  1. Emmenegger, Patrick, Dominik Schraff and André Walter. 2014. “QCA, the Truth Table Analysis and Large-N Survey Data: The Benefits of Calibration and the Importance of Robustness Tests”. COMPASSS WP Series 2014-79. Download.

Ongoing Projects

  • Inequality and public support for European integration
  • The political geography of EU support
  • Electoral mobilization and voting for the Eurosceptic, radical right

Conference Participation

  • EPSA 2017, 2018, 2019
  • MPSA 2017, 2018
  • SVPW 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019
  • ECPR 2014, 2018
  • 3rd International ESS Conference 2016
  • ECSA Suisse 2015 & 2018
  • CES 2015
  • 8th International Conference of Panel Data Users in Switzerland 2015
  • PEIO 2015, 2019
  • QCA Expert Workshop Zurich 2013, 2015
  • PSA Comparative European Politics 2013