2019. Insider-Outsider Representation and Social Democratic Labor Market Policy (with Reto Bürgisser). Socio-Economic Review. Online first. Link Pre-Publication Version

2019. Shrinking and Shouting: The Political Revolt of the Declining Middle in Times of Employment Polarization (with Bruno Palier). Research & Politics, 6:1. (Introduction to special issue on the political consequences of technological change) Link PDF Coverage: LSE-Blog

2019. Distributional Consequences of Technological Change: Worker-Level Evidence (with Aina Gallego). Research & Politics, 6:1. Link PDF

2019. The Politics of Trade-offs: Studying the Dynamics of Welfare State Reform with Conjoint Experiments (with Silja Häusermann and Denise Traber). Comparative Political Studies, 52:7, 1059-1095. Link PDF [Pre-Publication Version]

2019. Economic Grievances and Political Protest (with Matthias Enggist, Silja Häusermann, and Bruno Wüest). European Journal of Political Research, 58:3, 866-892. Link PDF [Pre-Publication Version]

2018. Participation in hard times: how constrained government depresses turnout among the highly educated (with Silja Häusermann and Bruno Wüest). West European Politics, 41:2, 448-471. Link

2016. Sharing the Risk? Households, Labor Market Vulnerability, and Social Policy Preferences in Western Europe (with Silja Häusermann and Hanna Schwander). Journal of Politics, 78:4, 1045-1060. Link

2015. High-skilled outsiders? Labor market vulnerability, education and welfare state preferences (with Silja Häusermann and Hanna Schwander). Socio-Economic Review, 2015, Vol. 13, No. 2, 235–258. Link

Other Publications

2019. How technological change shapes labour market prospects and political preferences. LSE European Politics and Policy Blog. Link

2019. Routine Workers in an Increasingly Automated World of Work: Evidence from Switzerland., 1:2, 1-17. Link

2018. Mehrheitsfähigkeit der Altersvorsorge 2020: Bewertung der Reformelemente durch Stimmbürgerinnen und Stimmbürger vor der Abstimmung (with Silja Häusermann, Michael Pinggera and Denise Traber). Swiss Political Science Review, 24:1, 69-78. Link

Post-ballot surveys on federal-level popular votes in Switzerland (VOX).
  • 2016. Analyse der eidgenössischen Abstimmung vom 5. Juni 2016 (with Céline Colombo, Thomas De Rocchi and Thomas Widmer).
  • 2015. Analyse der eidgenössischen Abstimmungen vom 8 März 2015 (with Denise Traber and Thomas Widmer).
  • 2014. Analyse der eidgenössischen Abstimmungen vom 18. Mai 2014 (with Reto Bürgisser, Thomas Milic, Denise Traber and Thomas Widmer).


2017. ‘Keine Reform ohne Kompensation’ (with Michael Pinggera, Silja Häusermann and Denise Traber). DeFacto, 28.2.2017. Link

2015. ‘Intakte Chancen für die Rentenreform’ (with Silja Häusermann and Denise Traber). Neue Zürcher Zeitung, 19.8.2015. Link