Research

Working Papers

“Fuel to the Fire: Geopolitical Effects of Energy Transitions” (with Amanda Kennard and Rebecca Perlman) 2022.

“Energy Policy Preferences and Compensation Policies in Germany” (with Isabela Mares and Kenneth Scheve) 2022.

“The Endogenous Drivers of China Shock Instruments: A Replication of `The Trade Origins of Economic Nationalism’.” (with Kathryn Hedgecock) 2019. Available here.

“Defensive Issue Linkage: Exploring the Origins of Environmental Content in Trade Agreements.” 2020. Available here.

“Green Heat Waves: Weather Events’ Electoral Effects in Europe.” 2020.

Other Work in Progress

“Hiding in the Crowd: How do Firms Adjust Lobbying Strategies when Faced with Activist Stakeholders?” Dissertation Book Project

Journal Articles and Book Chapters

“America and International Trade Law: A Precarious Relationship.” (with Judith Goldstein) In The United States and International Law: Paradoxes of Support across Contemporary Issues. Maas, Richard & Lucrecia Garcia Iommi. Michigan: Michigan University Press, 2021.

“Ever tighter union? Brexit, Grexit, and frustrated differentiation in the single market and Eurozone.” (with Matthias Matthijs and Craig Parsons) Comparative European Politics (2019): 1-22. Available here.

Other Publications

“Brexit, British Politics, and European Integration.” (with Matthias Matthijs) In Oxford Bibliographies in Political Science. New York: Oxford University Press, February 2019. Available here.

“(K)ein Bediungungsloses Grundeinkommen, bitte! Lehren aus der Debatte um den Sozialstaat der Zukunft.” WISO Direkt, Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung. 2017. (With Ruth Brandherm and Dr. Robert Phillips) Available here.

“(No) Universal Basic Income, Please!” WISO Direkt, Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung.
2017. (With Ruth Brandherm and Dr. Robert Phillips) Available here.