Contributions to Conference and Invited Talks
2017 – Pulheim – Wie wirken die Rechtspopulisten?
2017 – APSA San Francisco - The Role of Middle Class Involvement for the Nexus of Immigration and Welfare
2017 – APSA San Francisco - Decentralization and Salient Ideological Conflict Dimensions from 1900-2015.
2017 – CES Glasgow - Partisan Politics and Public Investment in Education: A Regional Level Analysis of Education Spending in 15 OECD Countries.
2017 – CES Glasgow - Ideological Similarity and the Quest for Political Self-Determination. Decentralization and Salient Ideological Conflict Dimensions in Islamic, Catholic and Protestant Countries from 1900-2015.
2017 – ESPA Milano - Towards Equivalent Party Positions on the Market Dimension.
2017 – ESPA Milano - Political Rhetoric: Measurement and Method (Discussant).
2017 – Wiener Neustadt, Klagenfurt, Graz, Salzburg - Was kommt wenn die Rechte kommt. Presentations by Invitation of the Grüne Bildungswerkstatt.
2017 – Nottingham - Authority to Friends. A Systematic Analysis of Partisan Rationales in Symmetric De/Centralization Reforms.
2017 – Cologne - Policy Impact of Populist Radical Right Parties (Speech for Guests of the Syracuse University (New York).
2017 – Cologne - Interview with Al Jazeera. Right wing Populism in Germany.
2016 – MPSA Chicago - Market Liberalism and the Change of Western Societies: Government Preferences and the Impact on Welfare Generosity, Tax Burden, Inequality and Economic Performance.
2016 – Cologne - Policy Impact of Populist Radical Right Parties (Speech for Guests of the Syracuse University (New York).
2016 – CES Philadelphia - Historical Trajectories of Territorial Authority Distribution in Decentralized Countries. A Sequence Analysis in 21 Countries.
2016 – CES Philadelphia - Causes and Implications of the Great Territorial Transformation (Panel Organizer)
2015 – ECPR Montreal - The Electoral Calculi of Governing Parties and Symmetric Shifts of Authority between Nation-States and Regions.
2015 – ECPR Montreal - Parties and Elections in Multilevel Countries 2 (Discussant).
2015 – CES Paris - Why Decentralize Authority Asymmetrically?
2014 – ECPR Glasgow - Why Decentralize Authority Asymmetrically? A Mixed Methods Analysis of Territorial Reforms in 12 Countries
2014 – ECPR Glasgow - What's Left of the Radical Right? The Social-Economic Programmes of Radical Right-Wing Populist Parties (Discussant; Panel Chair: Simon Otjes).
2014 – ECPR Glasgow - And They Still Matter… Market Liberalism, Governments and Performance in 32 Western Democracies.
2014 – CES Washington - The Extreme Right’s Impact on Economic Liberalization.
2014 – CES Washington - And They Still Matter... Parties’ Preferences on Markets and the Liberalization of Western Societies.
2013 – ECPR Bordeaux - Why Decentralize Authority? Explaining Decentralization Reforms with Electoral Concerns of Governments in Seven Established Democracies.
2013 – DVPW Leipzig - Why Decentralize Authority? Explaining Decentralization Reforms with Electoral Concerns of Governments in Seven Established Democracies.