Journal articles

Labor market risks and welfare preferences: a bounded rationality approach, Socio-Economic Review, 2023 [download]

The electoral consequences of welfare state changes: a sober look at theory and evidence (with Frank Bandau), Journal of European Public Policy, 2022 [preprint] [replication package]

A victim of regulatory arbitrage? Automatic exchange of information and the use of golden visas and corporate shells (with Lukas Hakelberg and Thomas Rixen), Regulation & Governance, 2022, 16(3): 653-672 [open access]

Unfair inequality and the demand for redistribution, Socio-Economic Review, 2022, 20(2): 463-487 [download] [LIS working paper]

New Room to Maneuver: National tax policy under the automatic exchange of information (with Fabio Bothner, Lukas Hakelberg and Thomas Rixen), Socio-Economic Review, 2022, 20(2): 561–583 [download] [preprint]

The (a)symmetric effects of income and unemployment on popular demand for redistribution, West European Politics, 2022, 45(7): 1407-1432 [preprint]

Response to Reuven Avi-Yonah, Steven Dean and Cees Peters (with Lukas Hakelberg and Thomas Rixen), Intertax, 2021, 49(6/7): 564-568

Transcending Tax Competition: How Financial Transparency Enables Governments to Tax Portfolio Capital (with Lukas Hakelberg and Thomas Rixen), Intertax, 2021, 49(6/7): 549-554

The Big Bang: Tax Evasion after Automatic Exchange of Information under FATCA and CRS (with Fabio Bothner), New Political Economy, 2020, 25(6): 849-864

The Impact of Partisanship in the Era of Retrenchment: Insights from Quantitative Welfare State Research (with Frank Bandau), Journal of European Social Policy, 2020, 30(1): 34-47

Theorizing the Impact of Fairness Perceptions on the Demand for Redistribution, Political Research Exchange, 2019, 1(1): 1-17 [open access]

Equity financing, labor market mobility and the Varieties of Capitalism: the mobilizing impact of stock markets, Comparative Governance and Politics, 2019, 13(3): 353-374


Inequality and the demand for redistribution: six essays on the causes and consequences of policy preferences, Doctoral dissertation, Free University of Berlin, 2023 [download]

Other publications

Capital Taxation and International Cooperation: The Causes and Consequences of the Automatic Exchange of Information (with Fabio Bothner, Lukas Hakelberg and Thomas Rixen), in: Brigitte Unger, Lucia Rossel, and Joras Ferwerda (eds.), Combatting Fiscal Fraud and Empowering Regulators, 2021, Oxford University Press [open access]