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Current Students

Student Name/Email Title of Doctoral Thesis Supervisor
Valeriia Babaian Bringing culture back in: Why some legacies outlive others? Noah Buckley
Andrej Cvetic The impact of electoral success of the right-wing populist parties on political integration of Muslims in Western Europe Gizem Arikan
Lucas da Silva

Why Cross-Pressured Voters Are Always Right: Ideological Media as Mediator

Constantine Boussalis and Jan Berz

Hannah Frank Forecasting Transitions in Civil War Thomas Chadefaux
Sofia Jesus The impact of social comparison on support for redistribution and outgroup favouritism Gizem Arikan
Jack O'Neill Examining the lobbying behaviour and strategies of Multinational Enterprises before, during, and after the Covid-19 pandemic. Raj Chari
Marina Schenkel The Effect of Populism on Health Emergencies: Explaining Variation in Government Responses to COVID-19 Constantine Boussalis
Thomas Schincariol Identification and classification of climatic patterns to forecast conflict-related processes Thomas Chadefaux
Callum Craig Collective Victimhood Narratives in US Politics: Identifying Elite Victimhood Claims and Their Outcomes Constantine Boussalis
Amelie Freiberg Sexual violence in civil war: Understanding patterns of combatant socialisation Dino Hadzic
Sinéad Harrington Party Competition and Electoral Formula as Causal Factors of Party Change Emanuel Coman
Jan Liedtke On the Relationship between Freedom and the Rule of Law Peter Stone
Junjie Liu Transfer Learning of Tabular Data for Conflict Forecasting Thomas Chadefaux
Markéta Odlová Minorities and Military: The Effects of Military Conscription on Groups with Limited Access to Power Jesse Dillon Savage
Lily Rice

Introducing the Stringency of Sentencing Principles (SSP) Index: How and Why does Sentencing Policy Strictness Vary Across the OECD-38?

Raj Chari
Tianxin Zhang Money, Guns, and Training: How do different sources of funding and resources affect civilian control and military effectiveness?Jesse Dillon Savage

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