Prof. Dr. Stefanie Walter
Institute for Political Science
University of Zurich
+41 44 634 5832
walter -at- ipz.uzh.ch
Tom Pepinsky and I are organizing a workshop on the "Challenges to the Contemporary World Order" in Filzbach, Switzerland on 6-8 October 2017. More details here.
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"