My paper “Data Access, Transparency and Replication: New insights from the political behavior literature“, which was co-authored with Daniel Stockemer and Tobias Lenz, was accepted for publication in PS: Political Science & Politics.
On 11 June, I will present the paper “Gender Quotas and the Evolution of Co-Sponsorship Networks in Portugal” at the CPE Workshop at 12:00. The paper is co-authored with Patrícia Calca. I hope to see you there. More information on the workshop can be found here.
In the Summer term 2018, I am going to teach the statistics lecture for the B.A. in Politics and Public Administration at the University of Konstanz. Stay tuned for more information.
My colleague Patrícia Calca and I are responsible for the section on “Advances in Analytical Politics and Public Choice” at the ECPR General Conference 2018 in Hamburg. You can find more information here. Consider submitting a paper or a panel by 15 February.
My dissertation was accepted for publication in the Palgrave Pivot series. Expected publication is in late 2017/early 2018, once necessary adjustments and revisions are done.
Read my article on why the UK must trigger Article 50 immediately here at the LSE Euro PP blog.
Preparing for my trip to Brussels, where I will present my paper on “Political Bargaining and Interest Group Communication Strategies” on Saturday.
I have just returned from a very successful NICEP Inaugural Conference in Nottingham, where I presented my paper on “Voter Priorities and the Effectiveness of Supranational Fiscal Governance”.
I’ve been awarded a MaRa Stay grant. I am looking forward to be in Mannheim in July to work with Nicole Rae Baerg. We will finalize our grant proposal on “Fiscal Policy Bargaining, Transparency, and Fiscal Performance under the EU’s Stability and Growth Pact”.
I am looking forward to the LSE-NYU conference at LSE. The programme is superb. It is going to be a great conference. More details to come in the twitter feed over the course of the next two days.