Prof. Dr. Stefanie Walter
Professor for International Relations and Political Economy
Institute for Political Science
Phone: +41 44 634 5832
In my research, I concentrate on the fields of international and comparative political economy, with a particular focus on how distributional conflicts, policy preferences and institutions affect economic policy outcomes. Current projects examine the political economy of the global financial crisis and the euro crisis and the effect of exposure to globalization on individuals’ policy and partisan preferences. My work has been published by outlets such as Cambridge University Press, Economics & Politics, European Journal of Political Research, International Organization, International Studies Quarterly, Politische Vierteljahresschrift, Review of International Political Economy, and World Development.
You can find a short portrait about myself and my work here.
*** NEWS ***
New paper on the mass politics of disintegration referenda (co-authored by Elias Dinas, Ignacio Jurado, Nikitas Konstantinidis and myself): Disintegration by popular vote: Expectations, foreign intervention and the vote in the 2015 Greek bailout referendum.
The Special Issue on "The Political Economy of the Euro crisis" (co-edited with Mark Copelovitch and Jeffry Frieden) is forthcoming in Comparative Political Studies.
My paper "Globalization and the Demand-Side of Politics. How globalization shapes labor market risk perceptions and policy preferences" is now availaible on FirstView at Political Science Research and Methods.
|Book reviews in Perspectives on Politics by Wyn Grant and the Swiss Political Science Review by Tom Pepinsky.|
Now out in paperback!
"Financial Crises and the Politics of Macroeconomic Adjustments" (2013, Cambridge University Press) More information
I am now on Twitter: @stefwalter__Here is the link to my website at the Institute for Political Science at UZH.
Here is the link to my Google Scholar Profile.
Last Update: 20 May 2016