Publications

Working papers / papers currently under review

The Politics of Inequality as Organized Spectacle: Why the Swiss Do Not Want to Tax the Rich (with Paul Marx)

The Governance of Decentralized Cooperation in Collective Training Systems: A Review and Conceptualization (with Lukas Graf and Christine Trampusch)

A Disproportional Threat: The Adoption of Proportional Representation in Switzerland (with André Walter)

Collective Action, Business Cleavages and the Politics of Control: Segmentalism in the Swiss Skill Formation System (with Lina Seitzl)

Who Controls the Workplace? Business, Unions and the Regulation of Job Security in Western Europe

When Do Junctures Become Critical? External Events and Trajectories of Energy Policy in Canada, Germany, and Japan (with Adrian Rinscheid, Burkard Eberlein and Volker Schneider)

O Agent Where Art Thou? Institutional Entrepreneurs in Historical Institutionalism

Publications

Books, edited volumes and special issues

Emmenegger, Patrick, Kvist, Jon, Marx, Paul and Klaus Petersen (eds.) (2015): 25 Years of Three Worlds of Welfare Capitalism (special issue celebrating the 25th birthday of Gøsta Esping-Andersen’s seminal book). Journal of European Social Policy 25(1). Thousand Oaks CA: Sage.

Emmenegger, Patrick (2014): The Power to Dismiss: Trade Unions and the Regulation of Job Security in Western Europe. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Emmenegger, Patrick, Häusermann, Silja, Palier, Bruno and Martin Seeleib-Kaiser (eds.) (2012): The Age of Dualization: The Changing Face of Inequality in Deindustrializing Societies. New York: Oxford University Press.

Emmenegger, Patrick (ed.) (2011): Symposium: Methodological Issues in Comparative Welfare State Research. Qualitative and Multi-Method Research 9(2): 14-43.

Emmenegger, Patrick (2009): Regulatory Social Policy: The Politics of Job Security Regulations. Bern/Stuttgart/Wien: Haupt.

Articles in peer-reviewed journals

Emmenegger, Patrick, Marx, Paul and Dominik Schraff (2017). Gescheiterte Berufseinstiege und politische Sozialisation. Eine Längsschnittsstudie zur Wirkung früher Arbeitslosigkeit auf politisches Interesse. Zeitschrift für Soziologie 46(3): 201-218.

Emmenegger, Patrick and Katrin Eggenberger (2017). State Sovereignty, Economic Interdependence, and U.S. Extraterritoriality: The Demise of Swiss Banking Secrecy and the Re-Embedding of International Finance. Journal of International Relations and Development. Forthcoming.

Emmenegger, Patrick, Marx, Paul and Dominik Schraff (2017). Off to a Bad Start: Unemployment and Political Interest during Early Adulthood. Journal of Politics 79(1): 315-328.

De la Porte, Caroline and Patrick Emmenegger (2017) The European Court of Justice and Fixed-Term Workers: Putting a Brake on Labour Market Dualisation? Journal of European Social Policy 27(3): 295-310.

Emmenegger, Patrick (2017). Swiss Banking Secrecy and the Problem of International Cooperation in Tax Matters: A Nut too Hard to Crack? Regulation & Governance 11(1): 24-40.

Emmenegger, Patrick and Klaus Petersen (2017): Taking History Seriously in Comparative Research: The Case of Electoral System Choice, 1890-1939. Comparative European Politics. Forthcoming.

Eggenberger, Katrin and Patrick Emmenegger (2015). Economic Vulnerability and Political Responses to International Pressure: Liechtenstein, Switzerland and the Struggle for Banking Secrecy. Swiss Political Science Review 21(4): 491-507.

Emmenegger, Patrick (2015): The Long Arm of Justice: U.S. Structural Power and International Banking. Business and Politics 17(3): 473-493.

Emmenegger, Patrick, Marx, Paul and Dominik Schraff (2015): Labour Market Disadvantage, Political Orientations and Voting: How Adverse Labour Market Experiences Translate into Electoral Behaviour. Socio-Economic Review 13(2): 189-213.

Emmenegger, Patrick (2015): Maximizing Institutional Control: Union Power and Dismissal Protection in the First Half of the Twentieth Century. Comparative Politics 47(4): 399-418.

Emmenegger, Patrick (2015): From Drift to Layering: The Historical Development of Job Security Regulations in Western Europe. Politics and Society 43(1): 89-118.

Emmenegger, Patrick, Kvist, Jon, Marx, Paul and Klaus Petersen (2015): Three Worlds of Welfare Capitalism: The Making of a Classic. Journal of European Social Policy 25(1): 3-13.

Emmenegger, Patrick and Philip Manow (2014): Religion and the Gender Vote Gap: Women’s Changed Political Preferences from the 1970s to 2010. Politics and Society 42(2): 166-193.

Emmenegger, Patrick (2014): The Politics of Financial Intransparency: The Case of Swiss Banking Secrecy. Swiss Political Science Review 20(1): 146-164.

Emmenegger, Patrick (2013): Why is it so Difficult to Reform Dismissal Protection? Swiss Political Science Review 19(4): 570-575.

Emmenegger, Patrick and Robert Klemmensen (2013): Immigration and Redistribution Revisited: How Different Motivations Can Offset Each OtherJournal of European Social Policy 23(4): 406-422.

Emmenegger, Patrick, Häusermann, Silja, Palier, Bruno and Martin Seeleib-Kaiser (2013): Structural Change and the Politics of Dualization. Rassegna Italiana di Sociologica 54(2): 201-226.

Davidsson, Johan Bo and Patrick Emmenegger (2013): Defending the Organisation, Not the Members: Unions and the Reform of Job Security Legislation in Western Europe. European Journal of Political Research 53(3): 339-363.

Elmelund-Præstekær, Christian and Patrick Emmenegger (2013): Strategic Re-Framing as a Vote Winner: Why Vote-Seeking Governments Pursue Unpopular Reforms. Scandinavian Political Studies 36(1): 23-42.

Emmenegger, Patrick, Kvist, Jon and Svend-Erik Skaaning (2013): Making the Most of Configurational Comparative Analysis: An Assessment of QCA Applications in Comparative Welfare State Research. Political Research Quarterly 66(1): 185-190.

Emmenegger, Patrick and Robert Klemmensen (2013): What Motivates You? A Comparative Analysis of the Effect of Preferences for Redistribution on Attitudes towards Immigration. Comparative Politics  45(2): 227-246.

Careja, Romana and Patrick Emmenegger (2012): Making Democratic Citizens: The Effects of Migration Experience on Political Attitudes in Central and Eastern Europe. Comparative Political Studies 45(7): 871-898.

Emmenegger, Patrick and Paul Marx (2011): Business and the Development of Job Security Regulations: The Case of Germany. Socio-Economic Review 9(4): 729-756.

Emmenegger, Patrick (2011): How Good Are Your Counterfactuals? Assessing Quantitative Macro-Comparative Welfare State Research with Qualitative Criteria. Journal of European Social Policy 21(4): 365-380.

Emmenegger, Patrick (2011): Job Security Regulations in Western Democracies: a Fuzzy-Set Analysis. European Journal of Political Research 50(3): 336-364.

Emmenegger, Patrick and Klaus Petersen (2011): Political Science Seen Through Historians’ Looking Glass: The Case of Electoral System Choice. Qualitative and Multi-Method Research 9(2): 33-37. Description of expert survey can be found here.

Emmenegger, Patrick (2011): Between a Rock and a Hard Place: The Uneasy Position of Medium-N Research in Comparative Political Science [short introduction to symposium]. Qualitative and Multi-Method Research 9(2): 14.

Emmenegger, Patrick (2010): Gendering Insiders and Outsiders: Labour Market Status and Preferences for Job Security. Economics, Management, and Financial Markets 5(3): 88-128.

Emmenegger, Patrick (2010): The Long Road to Flexicurity: The Development of Job Security Regulations in Denmark and Sweden. Scandinavian Political Studies 33(3): 271-294.

Bonoli, Giuliano and Patrick Emmenegger (2010): Why not Flexicurity? The Role of State-Society Relationships and Social Trust in the Development of Labour Market Policies in Italy and Sweden. West European Politics 33(4): 830-850.

Emmenegger, Patrick (2010): Low Statism in Coordinated Market Economies: The Development of Job Security Regulations in Switzerland. International Political Science Review 31(2): 187-205.

Emmenegger, Patrick (2010): Catholicism, Job Security Regulations and Female Employment: A Micro-Level Analysis of Esping-Andersen’s Social Catholicism Thesis. Social Policy & Administration 44(1): 20-39.

Emmenegger, Patrick (2009): Specificity vs. Replaceability: The Relationship between Skills and Preferences for Job Security Regulations. Socio-Economic Review 7(3): 407-430.

Bonoli, Giuliano and Patrick Emmenegger (2009): Hvorfor er flexicurity mulig i sverige, men ikke i italien? Policy, stiafhængighed og social tillid [Why is Flexicurity Possible in Sweden but not in Italy? Policy, Path-Dependency and Social Trust]. Politica 41(1): 24-45.

Emmenegger, Patrick (2009): Barriers to Entry: Insider/Outsider Politics and the Determinants of Job Security Regulations. Journal of European Social Policy 19(2): 131-146.

Careja, Romana and Patrick Emmenegger (2009): The Politics of Public Spending in Post-Communist Countries. East European Politics and Societies 23(2): 165-184.

Emmenegger, Patrick (2008): Religion und Arbeitnehmerschutzgesetzgebung. Eine Fuzzy-Set Analyse[Religion and Job Security Regulations: A Fuzzy-Set Analysis]. Schweizerische Zeitschrift für Politikwissenschaft 14(1): 85-130.

Emmenegger, Patrick (2007): Parteien und Opportunitätsstrukturen. Die parteipolitischen Determinanten der Staats- und Sozialausgaben, 1980-2000 [Parties and Opportunity Structures: The Political Determinants of Total Public and Public Social Expenditure, 1980-2000]. Zeitschrift für Sozialreform 53(1): 79-102.

Contributions to edited volumes

Emmenegger, Patrick (2017). Arbeitsmarkt. In Jean-Michel Bonvin, Carlo Knöpfel, Valérie Hugentobler, Pascal Mäder and Ueli Tecklenburg (eds.). Wörterbuch der Schweizer Sozialpolitik. Forthcoming (e-book and paper version). In addition, I am the responsible editor for the section “Arbeit” (ca. 15 entries).

Emmenegger, Patrick, Graf, Lukas and Christine Trampusch (2016): Analyzing Skill Formation from a Comparative Political Economy Perspective: The Case of Switzerland. In Jean-Louis Berger, Lorenzo Bonoli and Nadia Lamamra (eds.), Enjeux structurels, sociaux et pédagogiques de la formation professionnelle en Suisse. Zurich: Seismo. Forthcoming.

Emmenegger, Patrick (2016): The Political Economy of Flexicurity: Preferences for Job Security Regulations, Generous Unemployment Benefits and Active Labour Market Policies in Comparative Perspective. In Daniel Clegg, Paolo Graziano and Matteo Jessoula (eds.). The Politics of Flexicurity in Europe. Houndmills: Palgrave Macmillan. Forthcoming.

Careja, Romana, Emmenegger, Patrick and Jon Kvist (2015): An American Dilemma in Europe? Welfare Reform and Immigration. In Pauli Kettunen, Sonya Michel and Klaus Petersen (eds.): Race, Ethnicity and the Welfare State in US and Europe. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, pp. 128-149.

Careja, Romana and Patrick Emmenegger (2013): The ‘Other’ Dualism: Welfare State Nationalism and Migratory Policies in Western Europe. In Andrzej Marcin Suszycki and Ireneusz Pawel Karolewski (eds.). Migration, Community and Solidarity in Europe. Osnabrück: Fibre Verlag, pp. 75-106.

Careja, Romana and Patrick Emmenegger (2013): Keeping Them Out: Migration and Social Policies in the ‘Reluctant Countries of Immigration’. In Andrzej Marcin Suszycki and Ireneusz Pawel Karolewski (eds.). Citizenship and Identity in the Welfare State. Baden-Baden: Nomos Verlag, pp. 135-160.

Davidsson, Johan Bo and Patrick Emmenegger (2012): Insider-Outsider Dynamics and the Reform of Job Security Legislation. In Giuliano Bonoli and David Natali (eds.). The Politics of the New Welfare State. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 206-229.

Emmenegger, Patrick and Michael Baggesen Klitgaard (2012): Interessegrupperforklaringer på offentlig politik. In Carsten Jensen, Christoffer Green-Pedersen and Peter Nannestad (eds.). Offentlig politik. København: Hans Reitzels Forlag, pp. 59-78.

Klitgaard, Michael Baggesen and Patrick Emmenegger (2012): Den historisk institutionelle forklaring på offentlig politik. In Carsten Jensen, Christoffer Green-Pedersen and Peter Nannestad (eds.). Offentlig politik. København: Hans Reitzels Forlag, pp. 105-123.

Emmenegger, Patrick and Romana Careja (2012): From Dilemma to Dualization: Social and Migration Policies in the ‘Reluctant Countries of Immigration’. In Patrick Emmenegger, Silja Häusermann, Bruno Palier and Martin Seeleib-Kaiser (eds.). The Age of Dualization: The Changing Face of Inequality in Deindustrializing Societies. New York: Oxford University Press, pp. 124-148.

Emmenegger, Patrick, Häusermann, Silja, Palier, Bruno and Martin Seeleib-Kaiser (2012): How We Grow More Unequal. In Patrick Emmenegger, Silja Häusermann, Bruno Palier and Martin Seeleib-Kaiser (eds.). The Age of Dualization: The Changing Face of Inequality in Deindustrializing Societies. New York: Oxford University Press, pp. 3-26.

Emmenegger, Patrick, Häusermann, Silja, Palier, Bruno and Martin Seeleib-Kaiser (2012): How Rich Countries Cope With Deindustrialization. In Patrick Emmenegger, Silja Häusermann, Bruno Palier and Martin Seeleib-Kaiser (eds.). The Age of Dualization: The Changing Face of Inequality in Deindustrializing Societies. New York: Oxford University Press, 304-320.

Emmenegger, Patrick and Romana Careja (2011): The Politics of Inclusion and Exclusion: Social Policy, Migration Politics and Welfare State Nationalism. In Andrzej Marcin Suszycki (ed.): Welfare Citizenship and Welfare Nationalism. Helsinki: NordWel, pp. 151-186.

Emmenegger, Patrick (2011): Ever More Liberal? The Regulation of Job Security and Working Time in Switzerland. In André Mach and Christine Trampusch (eds.): Switzerland in Europe: Continuity and Change in the Swiss Political Economy. London/New York: Routledge, pp. 124-143.

Emmenegger, Patrick and Robert Klemmensen (2010): Kombinationer af kvalitative og kvantitative data. In Lotte Bøgh Andersen, Robert Klemmensen and Kaspar Møller Hansen (eds.): Metoder i statskundskab. København: Hans Reitzel, pp. 417-430.

Armingeon, Klaus und Patrick Emmenegger (2007): Wirtschaftspolitik in der Schweiz: Erosion eines Modells. In Michael Nollert und Hanno Scholtz (Hrsg.): Wirtschaft Schweiz – Ein Sonderfall? Zürich: Seismo, S. 189-227.

Working/discussion papers (* peer-reviewed)

* De la Porte, Caroline and Patrick Emmenegger (2016): The Court of Justice of the European Union and Fixed-term Workers: Still Fixed, but at Least Equal. ETUI working paper No. 2016-01 (published online January 25, 2016).

* Emmenegger, Patrick, Schraff, Dominik and André Walter (2014): QCA, the Truth Table Analysis and Large-N Survey Data: The Benefits of Calibration and the Importance of Robustness Tests. COMPASSS working paper No. 2014-79 (published online October 16, 2014).

* Manow, Philip and Patrick Emmenegger (2012): Religion and the Gender Vote Gap: Women’s Changed Political Preferences from the 1970s to 2010. ZeS Working Paper 1/2012.

* Emmenegger, Patrick (2010): Nonevents in Comparative Social Research: Why We Should Care and How We Can Analyze Them. COMPASSS working paper No. 2010-60.

* Emmenegger, Patrick (2010): How Good Are Your Counterfactuals? Assessing Quantitative Macro-Comparative Welfare State Research with Qualitative Criteria. COMPASSS working paper No. 2010-59.

Emmenegger, Patrick and Paul Marx (2010): Employer Preferences and Social Policy: Business and the Development of Job Security Regulations in Germany since World War I. IZA Discussion Paper No. 5043.

* Emmenegger, Patrick (2010): Gendering Insiders and Outsiders: Labour Market Status and Preferences for Job Security. RECWOWE working paper No. 2010(02).

ecos Basel/IKAÖ Bern (2007): ProzessKompass. Qualitätssicherung von Beteiligungsverfahren im Rahmen lokaler Nachhaltigkeitsprozesse. Bern: IKAÖ.

Book reviews

Emmenegger, Patrick (2017): Book Review of Brooke Harrington’s (2016): Capital without Borders: Wealth Managers and the One Percent. Cambridge MA: Cambridge University Press. Swiss Political Science Review 23(1): 100-103.

Emmenegger, Patrick (2016): Book Review of Sanford F. Schram’s (2015): The Return of Ordinary Capitalism: Neoliberalism, Precarity, Occupy. Oxford: Oxford University Press (Symposium). Perspectives on Politics 14(2): 481-482.

Emmenegger, Patrick (2016): Book Review of Marius Busemeyer’s (2015): Skills and Inequality: Partisan Politics and the Political Economy of Education Reforms in Western Welfare States. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Swiss Political Science Review 22(1): 167-169.

Emmenegger, Patrick (2013): Book Review of Matthieu Leimgruber’s (2008): Solidarity without the State: Business and the Shaping of the Swiss Welfare State, 1890-2000. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Swiss Political Science Review 19(2): 249-252.

Emmenegger, Patrick (2011): Book review of Barbara Vis (2010): Politics of Risk-taking: Welfare State Reforms in Advanced Democracies. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press. Journal of European Social Policy 21(1): 100-101.

Emmenegger, Patrick (2011): Book Review of Alexander A. Caviedes (2010): Prying Open Fortress Europe: The Turn to Sectoral Labour Migration. Lanham: Lexington. West European Politics 34(2): 434-435.

Emmenegger, Patrick (2008): Book Review of John L. Campbell, John A. Hall and Ove K. Pedersen (eds.) (2006): National Identity and the Varieties of Capitalism: The Danish Experience. Montreal & Kingston/London/Ithaca: McGill-Queen’s University Press. Swiss Political Science Review 14(2): 406-411.

Emmenegger, Patrick (2007): Book Review of Jonas Pontusson (2005): Inequality and Prosperity. Social Europe vs. Liberal America. Ithaca: Cornell University Press. Journal of European Social Policy 17(3): 271-272.

Emmenegger, Patrick (2006): Book Review of Uwe Becker and Herman Schwartz (eds.) (2005): ‘Employment Miracles’. A Critical Comparison of the Dutch, Scandinavian, Swiss, Australian and Irish Cases versus Germany and the US. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press. Swiss Political Science Review 12(2): 127-130.

Emmenegger, Patrick (2005): Book Review of Andreas Ambühl und Aymo Brunetti (eds.) (2004): EU-Wirtschaftspolitik aus Schweizer Sicht. Bern: Haupt. Swiss Political Science Review 11(3): 208-210.

Other publications

Emmenegger, Patrick (2017). Bankgeheimnis: Was die Schweiz damals nicht wissen konnte. DeFacto. 10. April 2017. URL: http://www.defacto.expert/2017/04/10/bankgeheimnis-zeitmaschine/

Emmenegger, Patrick (2016). Kooperation wäre besser. Neue Zürcher Zeitung. 3. September 2016.

Emmenegger, Patrick, Giasson, Thierry, Mayer, Nonna, Poirier, Philippe and Min Reuchamps (2016): La science politique entravée parce qu’elle est perçue comme dangereuse. Le Monde, 31. March 2016. URL: http://mobile.lemonde.fr/idees/article/2016/03/31/la-science-politique-entravee-parce-qu-elle-est-percue-comme-dangereuse_4893302_3232.html?xtref=acc_dir

Emmenegger, Patrick (2016): No Escape from Uncle Sam. Duck of Minerva. 1. February 2016. URL: http://duckofminerva.com/2016/02/no-escape-from-uncle-sam.html

Eggenberger, Katrin and Patrick Emmenegger (2015): Was Liechtenstein beim Kampf ums Bankgeheimnis besser machte als die Schweiz. DeFacto. 11. December 2015. URL: http://www.defacto.expert/2015/12/11/was-liechtenstein-beim-kampf-ums-bankgeheimnis-besser-machte-als-die-schweiz/?lang=fr

Emmenegger, Patrick (2015): Klare Regeln sind gut für kleine Länder. Neue Zürcher Zeitung. 21. October 2015.

Emmenegger, Patrick (2015): Wie können Reformblockaden überwunden warden? Finanz und Wirtschaft. August 7, 2015. Longer version published by Wirtschaftspolitisches Zentrum of the University of St. Gallen.

Emmenegger, Patrick (2015): Geschichte eines kollektiven Versagens. Neue Zürcher Zeitung, 15. Juni 2015

Emmenegger, Patrick (2015): Kleine Staaten sind flexibel – und oft erfolgreich. St. Galler Tagblatt, 2. Mai 2015. Also published on swissinfo as “Why small countries are often successful”, URL: http://www.swissinfo.ch/eng/opinion_why-small-countries-are-often-successful/41389082 (published online May 6, 2015).

Emmenegger, Patrick (2014): Why Are Structural Reforms So Difficult? OUPblog. URL: http://blog.oup.com/2014/12/structural-reform-job-security-regulation/ (published online December 10, 2014).

Emmenegger, Patrick and Philip Manow (2013): The Rise of the Female-Friendly Party. Policy Network. URL: http://www.policy-network.net/pno_detail.aspx?ID=4458&title=The-rise-of-the-female-friendly-party (published online September 12, 2013). Also published in Agenda Publica (published online November 13, 2013). URL: http://www.eldiario.es/agendapublica/nueva-politica/auge-partidos-female-friendly_0_195980502.html

Media appearances (selection)

I am a regular commentator on Swiss politics for the SRF Regionaljournal (Ostschweiz & Graubünden), the Financial Times, Bloomberg and the Wall Street Journal but I have also featured in other outlets (e.g. 10 vor 10 (SRF Swiss public broadcast), SRF Aktuell (SRF Swiss public broadcast), YLE Finnish public broadcast, 20 Minuten, The Marker (Haaretz), AM ABC National Radio Australia, WBEZ 91.5 Chicago, DR P1, Thomson Reuters, Financial News, Weltwoche, Handelszeitung, Radio Zürisee, Radio Top, Toxic FM, HSG Focus). Longer interviews have appeared in the following outlets (selection):

Handelszeitung, 8. September 2016, “Der Freihandel steht weltweit unter Druck” (newspaper interview), long version online at URL: http://www.handelszeitung.ch/politik/trump-oder-clinton-was-die-wahl-fuer-anleger-bedeutet-1192521

Handelszeitung Online, 21 April 2016, “Darum lieben die New Yorker Donald Trump so heiss” (newspaper interview) URL: http://www.handelszeitung.ch/politik/darum-lieben-die-new-yorker-trump-so-heiss-1056092

SRF Regionaljournal Ostschweiz, 29 February 2016, “Dämpfer für die kleinen Mitteparteien. Droht ihnen im Thurgau das gleiche Schicksal wie in St. Gallen?” (radio interview)

20 Minuten, 20 February 2016, “Bei Trump kauft man die Katze im Sack” (short newspaper interview)

SRF Regionaljournal Ostschweiz, 9 February 2016, “Kantonale Wahlen: Interview mit Politologe Patrick Emmenegger” (radio interview)

SRF Regionaljournal Ostschweiz, 18 October 2015, “Nationalratswahlen SG: Gilli und Kessler verlieren ihre Sitze” (radio interview)

HSG Focus, September 2015 edition, “Migration last sich nicht so einfach steuern” (video interview)

SRF Regionaljournal Ostschweiz, 31 August 2015, “Das Taktieren hat eine Ende, die Listenverbindungen stehen” (radio interview)

SRF Regionaljournal Ostschweiz, 29 June 2015, “Ständeratssitz führt zu Dreikampf zwischen SVP, SP und CVP” (radio interview)

20 Minuten, 23 June 2015, “Sie wollen die Situation kontrolliert eskalieren lassen” (short newspaper interview)

SRF Regionaljournal Graubünden, 19 June 2015, “Quereinsteiger haben es schwer in der Politik” (radio interview)

SRF Regionaljournal Ostschweiz, 13 April 2015, “Was bedeuten die Zürcher Wahlen für die Ostschweiz?” (radio interview)

The Marker, business supplement of Haaretz (Israel), 21 November 2014, on dualization and dismissal protection (newspaper interview)

SRF Regionaljournal Ostschweiz, 18 August 2014, Swiss elections 2015: Council of States in the Canton of St. Gallen (radio interview)

Worldview, WBEZ 91.5 Chicago, 19 November 2013, “Wealth distribution in Switzerland” (radio interview)

Agenda, DR P1 (Danish public broadcast), 10 July 2010, “Hvorfor er det hele så fedt i Schweiz?” (radio interview)

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