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Studying politics in Germany and abroad in the context of comparative politics, public policy, and democratic theory.
Our main research areas are political representation and party competition, federalism and regionalism, and the politics and policies of migration and integration.
We study how societal diversity affects democratic government and are particularly interested in the political mobilization and representation of ethnic and national identities.
Different perspectives, backgrounds and epxeriences are the basis of successful research - contact us if you would like to add yours!
In October 2022 Christina published her first book in which she outlines a new theory of ideational policy stabilization.
Based on qualitative data from two European minority regions, Catalonia and South Tyrol she demonstrates that differences in policy can be explained by the political economy of historical industrialization and internal migration.
More information on the book and where to buy it can be found here