Prof. Dr. Stefanie Walter
Prof. Dr. Stefanie Walter

Publications

Google Scholar profile

ResearcherID: A-5418-2012

Books

 

Walter, Stefanie (2013). Financial Crises and the Politics of Macroeconomic Adjustments. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Table of Contents

Reviews: Tom Pepinsky (SPSR), Wyn Grant (Perspectives of Politics)


Bernauer, Thomas, Detlef Jahn, Patrick Kuhn, und Stefanie Walter (2009). Einführung in die Politikwissenschaft. Baden-Baden: Nomos. (2. überarbeitete Auflage 2012, 3.  Auflage 2015)

Online Material

 

Edited Volumes

 

Copelovitch, Mark, Jeffry Frieden, and Stefanie Walter (2016). Special Issue on "The Political Economy of the Euro Crisis". Comparative Political Studies 49(7).

 

Peer Reviewed Journal Articles

 

Walter, Stefanie, Elias Dinas, Ignacio Jurado, and Nikitas Konstantinidis (forthcoming). Non-cooperation by popular vote: Expectations, foreign intervention, and the vote in the 2015 Greek bailout referendum. International Organization.

 

Philipp Trein, Ruth Beckmann, and Stefanie Walter (forthcoming). German voters in times of crisis: The impact of perceptions and economic context on electoral behavior. German Politics.

 

Rommel, Tobias and Stefanie Walter (2017). The Electoral Consequences of Offshoring. How the Globalization of Production Shapes Party Preferences in Multi-Party Systems. Comparative Political Studies. OnlineFirst

Online Appendix and Replication Package

 

Jeffry Frieden and Stefanie Walter (2017). Understanding the Political Economy of the Eurozone Crisis. Annual Review of Political Science 20(1): 371-390.

 

Owen, Erica and Stefanie Walter (2017). Open Economy Politics and Brexit. Insights, Puzzles, and Ways Forward. Review of International Political Economy 24(2): 179-202

 

Walter, Stefanie (2017). Globalization and the Demand-Side of Politics. How globalization shapes labor-market risk perceptions and policy preferences. Political Science Research and Methods. 5(1): 55-80.

Replication Package

 

Copelovitch, Mark, Jeffry Frieden, and Stefanie Walter (2016). The Political Economy of the Euro Crisis. Comparative Political Studies 49(7): 811-40.

 

Walter, Stefanie (2016).  Crisis politics in Europe: Why austerity is easier to implement in some countries than in others. Comparative Political Studies  49(7): 841-73.

Replication Package    Online Appendix

 

Goerres, Achim and Stefanie Walter (2016). The Political Consequences of National Crisis Management. Micro-Level evidence from German Voters during the 2008/9 Global Economic Crisis. German Politics. 25(1): 131-53

 

Walter, Stefanie (2015). Austerität oder Abwertung. Warum Staaten unterschiedlich auf Zahlungsbilanzkrisen reagieren. Politische Vierteljahresschrift 56(2): 211-39.

 

Leuffen, Dirk, Susumu Shikano, and Stefanie Walter (2013). Measurement and Data Aggregation in Small-N Social Scientific Research. European Political Science. 12, 40–51.

 

Chiu, Eric, Sirathorn Dechsakulthorn, Stefanie Walter, Joshua Walton, and Thomas Willett (2012). The Discipline Effects of Fixed Exchange Rates: The Distinction Between Hard and Soft Pegs. Global Economic Review 41(1): 1-31.

 

Walter, Stefanie and Thomas D. Willett (2012). Delaying the Inevitable. A Political Economy Approach to Currency Defenses and Depreciation. Review of International Political Economy 19(1): 114-39.


Sattler, Thomas and Stefanie Walter (2010). Monetary Credibilty vs. Voter Approval: Political Institutions and Exchange-Rate Stabilization during Crises. Economics & Politics 22(3): 392-418

 

Walter, Stefanie (2010). Globalization and the Welfare State. Testing the Microfoundations of the Compensation Hypothesis. International Studies Quarterly 54(2): 403-26.

Replication Material

 

Axel Dreher and Stefanie Walter (2010). Does the IMF Help or Hurt? The Effect of IMF programs on the likelihood and outcome of currency crises. World Development 38(1): 1-18.


Sattler, Thomas and Stefanie Walter (2009). Globalization and Government Short-term Room to Maneuver in Economic Policy. An Empirical Analysis of Reactions to Currency Crises. World Political Science Review 5(1), article 16.   

 

Walter, Stefanie (2009). The Limits and Rewards of Political Opportunism. How Electoral Timing Affects the Outcome of Currency Crises. European Journal of Political Research 48(3): 367-96.


Sattler, Thomas and Stefanie Walter (2008). Wirtschaftspolitischer Handlungsspielraum im Zeitalter der Globalisierung. Eine empirische Untersuchung am Beispiel von Währungskrisen. Politische Vierteljahresschrift 49(3): 464-90.

 

Walter, Stefanie (2008). A New Approach for Determining Exchange-Rate Level Preferences. International Organization 62(3): 405-38.

Book Chapters

 

Dancygier, Rafaela and Stefanie Walter (2015). 'Globalization, Labor Market Risks, and Class Cleavages'. In: Beramendi, Pablo, Silja Häusermann, Hebert Kitschelt and Hanspeter Kriese (eds). The Politics of Advanced Capitalism. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 133-56.

 

Walter, Stefanie (2014). 'Private actor preferences about exchange-rate policy’ in: Thomas Oatley and William Winecoff (eds).Handbook of the International Political Economy of Monetary Relations. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing.


Willett, Thomas, Eric Chiu, and Stefanie Walter (2014). 'Fixed Exchange Rate Regimes and Financial Markets as Sources of Macroeconomic Discipline’ in: Thomas Oatley and William Winecoff (eds).Handbook of the International Political Economy of Monetary Relations. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing.


Bernauer, Thomas and Stefanie Walter (2014). ‘Die Schweiz im globalen Kontext’ in: Peter Knoepfel, Yannis Papadopoulos, Pascal Sciarini, Adrian Vatter, and Silja Häusermann (eds.) Handbuch der Schweizer Politik 5. überarbeitete Auflage. Zurich: NZZ-Verlag: 29-48.

 

Walter, Stefanie (2013).  ‚Verteilungskonflikte in der Eurokrise und die politische Handlungsfähigkeit von Demokratien.’  in: Die Versprechen der Demokratie, In:Hubertus Buchstein (Hrsg.).  Baden-Baden: Nomos.  77-88.


Walter, Stefanie (2013). ‚The Fiscal Policy Implications of Balance of Payments Imbalances,’ in  Anheier, Helmut and Regina List  (eds.) Governance Challenges and Innovations: Financial and Fiscal Governance. Oxford: Oxford University Press: 89-114.


Clark, William Roberts, Mark Copelovitch, Mark Hallerberg, Lucia Quaglia, and Stefanie Walter (2013). ‚Challenge in Focus: Financial and Fiscal Governance,’ in Anheier, Helmut, Mark Hallerberg, Inge Kaul and Mark Kayser (eds.) The Hertie School Governance Report 2012, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

 

Walter, Stefanie (2013). ‚Internationale Politische Ökonomie,’ in  Schmidt, Manfred, Frieder Wolf and Stefan Wurster (eds.) Studienbuch Politikwissenschaft, Wiesbaden: VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften: 549-73.

 

Steinberg, David and Stefanie Walter (2013). 'The Political Economy of Exchange Rates.’ in: Caprio, Gerard (ed.) Handbook of Safeguarding Global Financial Stbility: Political, Social, Cultural, and Economic Theories and Models, Vol. 2. Elsevier: 27-36.

 

Beckmann, Ruth, Philipp Trein, and Stefanie Walter (2011). 'Dominanz der Ökonomie: Entscheidet die Wirtschaftslage Wahlen?' in: Evelyn Bytzek and Sigrid Roßteutscher (eds.) Der deutsche Wähler. Demaskierung einer Mythos. Frankfurt a.M.: Campus: 229-50.

 

Häusermann, Silja and Stefanie Walter (2010). ‘Restructuring Swiss Welfare Politics: Post-industrial Labor Markets, Globalization, and Welfare Values' in: Simon Hug and Hanspeter Kriesi (eds.) Value Change in Switzerland. Lanham: Lexington Press: 143-68.

 

Chiu, Eric, Stefanie Walter, Joshua Walton, and Thomas D. Willett (2008). 'Currency Crisis’ in Ramishken S. Rajan and Kenneth A. Reinert (eds.) Princeton Encyclopedia of the World Economy. Princeton: Princeton University Press.

 

Bernauer, Thomas and Stefanie Walter (2007). ‘Switzerland in a Global Context’ in Ulrich Klöti, Peter Knoepfel, Hanspeter Kriesi, Wolf Linder and Yannis Papadopoulos (eds.) Handbook of Swiss Politics. Zurich: NZZ-Verlag: 57-73 [English translation of the German chapter].

 

Bernauer, Thomas and Stefanie Walter (2006). ‘Die Schweiz im globalen Kontext’ in Ulrich Klöti, Peter Knoepfel, Hanspeter Kriesi, Wolf Linder and Yannis Papadopoulos (eds.) Handbuch der Schweizer Politik. Zurich: NZZ-Verlag: 59-75.

Book Reviews

 

Walter, Stefanie (2015). 'Book review of Grant, Wyn and Graham K. Wilson (2012). The Consequences of the Global Financial Crisis. The Rhetoric of Reform and Regulation. Oxford: Oxford University Press'. Perspectives on Politics.

 

Walter, Stefanie (2007). ‘Book review of Hall, Michael. 2005. Exchange Rate Crises in Developing Countries: The Political Role of the Banking Sector. Burlington VA: Ashgate.’ Swiss Political Science Review 13(1), 146-50.

 

Other Publications

 

Rommel, Tobias and Stefanie Walter (2016). The Electoral Consequences of Offshoring. CAGE Working Paper No.286.

 

Walter, Stefanie (2015). The Distributive Politics of the Eurozone Crisis. The Political Economist XI(2): 7-8

 

Walter, Stefanie (2015). 'Ist es richtig, den Euro zu retten?' UZH Journal 45(1): 14

 

Walter, Stefanie (2013). The Politics of Macroeconomic Adjustment in the Global Economic Crisis. APSA Comparative Politics Newsletter 23(II): 11-12.

 

Walter, Stefanie (2013). 'Wie Regierungen auf Krisen reagieren. Lehren aus vergangenen Krisen für die Eurokrise' Jahrbuch der Heidelberger Akademie der Wissenschaften für 2012: 103-6.

 

Walter, Stefanie (2012). ‚Studiengebühren,’ in: Lehre als Abenteuer. Anregungen für eine bessere Hochschulausbildung, herausgegeben von Klatt, Matthias und Sabine Koller. Frankfurt: Campus Verlag: 209-10.

 

Baumbach, Sybille, Klaus Oschema, and Stefanie Walter (2012). 'Exzellente Perspektiven? Auswirkungen der Exzellenzinitiative.' Forschung & Lehre 19(1): 20-21.

 

Walter, Stefanie and Linda Maduz (2009). 'How globalization shapes individual risk perceptions and policy preferences. A cross-national analysis of differences between globalization winners and losers.' WCFIA Working Paper 09-0015. Cambridge: Harvard University.

 

Dreher, Axel and Stefanie Walter (2008). ‘Does the IMF Help or Hurt? The Effect of IMF programs on the likelihood and outcome of currency crises.KOF Working Paper 186/2008. Zürich: ETH Zürich.

 

Walter, Stefanie (2007). Explaining Policy Responses to Speculative Attacks. The Political Economy of Currency Crises. Dissertation No. 17085. Zürich: ETH Zürich. Dissertation Summary

 

Walter, Stefanie (2006). ‘Speculative Currency Attacks Before and After Elections: Theory and Evidence’. CIS Working Paper 19/2006. Zürich: ETH und Universität Zürich.

Blog Posts

 

Walter, Stefanie (2016). Why austerity is easier to implement in some countries than others – and why this was not the case for Greece. LSE EUROPP Blog, 17 October 2016

 

Copelovitch, Mark, Jeffry Frieden, and Stefanie Walter (2016). Four lessons from the Eurozone crisis – and why the future of the euro remains uncertain. LSE EUROPP Blog, 7 October 2016

 

Copelovitch, Mark, Jeffry Frieden, and Stefanie Walter (2016). Was man über die Eurokrise wissen muss. DeFacto.expert blog, 14 June 2016.

 

Walter, Stefanie (2016). Here's why it's so hard to pull Greece out of its economic crisis. The Monkey Cage Blog, 20 April 2016.

 

Walter, Stefanie (2016). Mitten durch die Gesellschaft. DeFacto Expert Blog Entry, 4 April 2016.

 

Copelovitch, Mark, Jeffry Frieden, and Stefanie Walter (2016). The euro zone is in crisis. Here are the four most important lessons to take away. The Monkey Cage Blog, 31 March 2016.

 

Dinas, Elias, Nikitas Konstantinidis, Ignacio Jurado, and Stefanie Walter (2015). "Tsipras reaps benefits of brinkmanship politics." Peripheral Vision Blog

 

Walter, Stefanie. 2015. "What were the Greeks Thinking? Here's a Poll Taken just before the Referendum." The Monkey Cage Blog.

 

Jurado, Ignacio, Nikitas Konstantinidis, and Stefanie Walter. 2015. "Why Greeks voted the way they did in the bailout referendum." LSE European Politics and Policy Blog: LSE.

CONTACT

Prof. Dr. Stefanie Walter

Institute for Political Science

University of Zurich

Affolternstr. 56

8050 Zurich

Switzerland

 

+41 44 634 5832

walter -at- ipz.uzh.ch

Twitter: @stefwalter__

NEWS

I am on sabbatical during the spring term 2017.

 

Paper on how foreign policymakers can influence domestic voting behavior in foreign policy referendums accepted for publication in International Organization: Non-cooperation by popular vote: Expectations, foreign intervention, and the vote in the 2015 Greek bailout referendum (with Elias Dinas, Ignacio Jurado, and Nikitas Konstantinidis).

 

New article  in Comparative Political Studies with Tobias Rommel on how offshoring affects voting behavior for established and populist parties: "The Electoral Consequences of Offshoring"

 

New article in the Annual Review of Political Science with Jeffry Frieden on what caused the euro crisis and how distributive conflicts both between and within countries make its resolution so difficult: "Understanding the Political Economy of the Eurozone Crisis."

 

New article in the Review of International Political Economy with Erica Owen on "Open Economy Politics and Brexit: Insights, Puzzles, and Ways Forward"

 

New paper on who globalization losers and winners are, how they feel, and what they want published in PSRM: "Globalization and the Demand-Side of Politics: How Globalization Shapes Labor Market Risk Perceptions and Policy Preferences"

 

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