Here you can learn more about our current research projects. Below we provide some additional information.
Digitalization and Political Conflict
Implications of Energy Policy on Parties, Publics and Individuals
Algorithmic News Feeds and Democracy
Populism as Peripheral Resentment
Media, Information Consumption, and Politics
Advancing Configurational Comparative Methods
The Mobility of Migration Policies
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WORKING PAPER #1 - DUAL CITIZENSHIP AND DEMOCRACY
WORKING PAPER #2 - ACCEPTANCE OF DUAL CITIZENSHIP
Joachim Blatter, Stefanie Erdmann and Katja Schwanke
WORKING PAPER #3 - MOBILISING DIASPORAS
WORKING PAPER #4 - PATENTS, POWER AND RHETORIC
WORKING PAPER #5 - UNITY IN DIVERSITY
WORKING PAPER #6 - BETWEEN NATIONALISM AND GLOBALISM
Joachim Blatter and Andrea Schlenker
WORKING PAPER #7 - FORMS OF POLITICAL GOVERNANCE
WORKING PAPER #8 - THE IMMIGRANT INCLUSION INDEX (IMIX)
Joachim Blatter, Samuel D. Schmid, Andrea Blättler
WORKING PAPER #9 - A CRITIQUE OF SWISS DEMOCRACY (GERMAN)
The Department of Political Science at the University of Lucerne unites a group of scholars who make major contributions to social science methodology at the crossroads between quantitative and qualitative research. What these scholars share is a commitment to “configurational thinking” and the application of such thinking to the formation of concepts and to empirical research. With this focus and concentration of competencies, LUCCS is internationally unique.
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This project showcases a successful collaboration between a professor and his students. Learn more about how a student seminar paper transformed into a prize-winning article.