University of Konstanz
Department of Politics and Public Administration
Center for Data and Methods
I am a Post-Doctoral Fellow at the Center for Data and Methods at the Department of Politics and Public Administration of the University of Konstanz, Germany and the proud father of a lovely daughter.
My main research interests are in the fields of Political Economy and Political Science. I focus on understanding the role of institutions and their impact on strategic interactions in politics, in particular regarding lobbying, legislative politics, as well as bargaining and political decision-making. I emphasize a strong connection of formal theory and empirical analysis. Methodologically, I am interested in network analysis and methods of causal inference.
I am currently a member of the editorial board of SN Social Sciences, the convenor of the ECPR standing group on Analytical Politics and Public Choice, and a member of the Exam Board for the MSc in Social and Economic Data Science (SEDS) at the University of Konstanz.
As a proponent of open science, I seek to improve research practices in the discipline. The blog on this website is part of this effort.
You can download my CV here.
|Jul 30, 2021||Welcome to my new website!|
- Fiscal Governance in the Eurozone: How Effectively Does the Stability and Growth Pact Limit Governmental Debt in the Euro Countries?Political Science Research and Methods 2015
- Lobbying, Political Uncertainty and Policy Outcomes2019
- Data Access, Transparency, and Replication: New Insights from the Political Behavior LiteraturePS: Political Science & Politics 2018