Research

My research deals with the political consequences of structural transformations of labor markets. I am particularly interested in (a) the impact of occupational change and economic modernization on social hierarchies, (b) how changes in the economic and societal position affect political behavior, and (c) how a changing composition of the labor force shapes welfare state policy in post-industrial democracies.

The Declining Middle: Political Reactions to Occupational Change (under review) [PDF] Winner of the 2017 Best Paper Award, Political Economy and Welfare Network, Council of European Studies.

Not so Disruptive after All? How Workplace Digitalization Affects Political Preferences (with Aina Gallego and Niko Schoell, under review). GSE Working Paper

Social Democratic Labor Market Policy in Post-Industrial Societies (with Reto Bürgisser, under review, conditionally accepted)

Geography of Discontent: Policy Responses to Regional Deprivation

Economic Risks within Households and Voting for the Radical Right (with Tarik Abou-Chadi, presented at EPSA and APSA 2018)

How Parties Organize from the Grounds: The Genesis of M5S (with Daniel Bischof)

The Politics of Social Mobility (with Briitta van Staalduinen)

Risk Dynamics: Economic Trajectories and Political Reactions (with Denis Cohen)