• Working Group of
    Comparative Politics

    The working group explores questions of representation, public policy,  and political economy in advanced democracies.

  • Representation, Policy,
    and Political Economy

    Key areas of research and teaching include political  representation and institutions, agenda-setting, comparative political  economy, and political methodology. Our area of inquiry mostly concentrates on advanced democracies, in particular Europe and the United States.

  • Global Migration Flows

    Christian Breunig, Xun Cao, and Adam Luedtke explain migration flows between autocracies and democracies in an article in the British Journal of Political Science