The Politics of Bad Options: Why the Problems of the Eurozone are so Hard to Resolve (w. Stefanie Walter and Nils Redeker). Now available open access via Oxford University Press.
  • Honorable Mention, 2021 Best Book Award, APSA European Politics Section
Working Papers
When Identity trumps Class: Women, Workers and Statistical Representation under Low Party Gatekeeping
  • Winner of 2023 CQ Press Award, APSA Legislative Studies Section
  • Winner of 2023 Best Paper Award, APSA Class and Inequality Section
  • Honorable Mention, 2023 EGEN Award, The Empirical Study of Gender Research Network
Trust in Action: Cooperation, Information and Social Policy Preferences (w. Francesco Colombo). Conditionally accepted at Political Psychology.
Electoral Formulas, Party Magnitude and Class Representation in List Systems
The Electoral Implications of Union Decline and Competition: Sweden 1986-2018 (w. Jonas Pontusson, R+R)
In Progress

A Matter of Size: District Magnitude and the Numerical Representation of the Working Classes

Social Class and Fiscal Policy Enactment among Municipal Executives (with Pietro Panizza)

Which Non-Natives do Parties Nominate for Office? (with Anna-Lena Nadler)

Book reviews and other texts

Altered Risks or Static Divides? Labor Market Inequality during the Great Recession (2020). With Hanna Schwander. Florence: Max Weber Working Paper No. 2020/9.

From Convergence to Crisis: Labor Markets and the Instability of the Euro by Alison Johnston. 2017. (Book Review), New York: Europe Now No. 2017/3.