Research

Dissertation

Informal bargaining in bicameral systems: Explaining delegation by the Council of the European Union and the European Parliamnet. Advisors: Christine Reh and Christel Koop dissertation

Publications

Power and transparency in political negotiations
Online first in European Union Politics article replication material

Data innovation for international development: An overview of natural language processing for qualitative data analysis
with Anna Hanchar IEEE Proceedings of the 2017 International Conference on the Frontiers and Advances in Data Science (FADS), Xi'an, China, 2017. article

Under Review

Improved multilevel regression with post-stratification through optimal model selection
with Lucas Leeman and Reto Wüest
revise and resubmit at the Journal of Politics

Working Papers

Where euroskeptic parties diverge: Analyzing polarization in votes in the European Parliament
with Tanja Börzel, Miriam Hartlapp-Zugehör, and Lukas Obholzer

The fighting-negotiating nexus: Agenda-setting in civil war peace negotiations
with Altaf Ali and Tatjana Stankovic

Priors for bridging: A dynamic scaling model for comparable preference estimates across legislative chambers and over time
with Reto Wüest

Twenty years of committee organisation in the European Parliament: Ideology and representativeness of the standing committees 1994–2014

Individuals, disaggregation of the state and negotiation tactics: Evidence from the European Union
with Nicola Chelotti

Estimates of public opinion on European Integration that are comparable across countries and over time
with Lukas Obholzer and Christopher Wratil

Strategic rapporteur selection in informal inter-institutional EU-negotiations

Measuring political influence: Agenda-setting power in the European Union

Against the odds: Implausible outcomes and timing in EU legislative decision-making
with Lukas Obholzer and Christine Reh