Publications

Books

Articles

How Party Linkages Shape Austerity Politics: Clientelism and Fiscal Adjustment in Greece and Portugal during the Eurozone Crisis.

(2015) Journal of European Public Policy 22(3): 315-334 (with S. Zartaloudis and Y. Papadopoulos)

The Europeanisation of Swiss Decision-Making in Comparative Perspective: From Outlier to Normal Case?

(2014) Swiss Political Science Review 20(2): 246-251 (with Marie-Christine Fontana and Yannis Papadopoulos).

Does Europeanisation weaken the left? Changing coalitions and veto power in Swiss decision-making processes.

(2010) Policy and Politics 38(4): 565-582 (with Marie-Christine Fontana and Yannis Papadopoulos).

Policy Concertation, Europeanization and New Political Cleavages: the Case of Switzerland.

(2010) European Journal of Industrial Relations 16(1): 57-72

Putting the special case in its place. Switzerland and small-N comparisons in policy research.

(2008) Swiss Political Science Review 14(2): 521-550 (with Marie-Christine Fontana and Yannis Papadopoulos)

Chapters

The Liberal-Corporatist Road to High Employment and Low Inequality? Policy Change and Employment Performance in the Dutch and Swiss Social Models.

(forthcoming) in Andrew Martin and Jon-Erik Dolvik (eds) European Social Models in the Crisis. Oxford: Oxford University Press (with Jelle Visser).

Whose Interests do Radical Right Parties Represent? Cross-Class Alliances and the Migration Policy Agenda of the Swiss People's Party.

(2013) in Korkut, U. McGarry, A., Bucken-Knapp, G. and Hinnfors, J. (eds) The Politics of Migration in Europe. New York: Palgrave.

The More it Changes, the More it Stays the Same? Swiss Liberalization and Regulatory Reforms in Comparative Perspective.

(2011) in Trampusch, C. & A. Mach (eds.), Switzerland in Europe: Continuity and Change in the Swiss Political Economy. London: Routledge: 205-223 (with Martino Maggetti and Marie-Christine Fontana).

Coming Together but Staying Apart: Continuity and Change in the Swiss and Austrian Varieties of Capitalism.

(2011) in Uwe Becker (ed.) The Changing Political Economies of Small West European Countries. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press (with André Mach): 99-124.

The Domestic Regulation of Transnational Labour Markets: EU Enlargement and the Politics of Labour Migration in Switzerland and Ireland.

(2009) in Bruszt, L. and Holzhacker, R.L (eds.) The Transnationalization of Economies, States and Civil Societies: New Challenges for Governance in Europe. New York: Springer: 83-106.

Bilaterals 2: Reaching the limits of the Swiss Third Way?

(2005) in Church, C. (ed.), Switzerland and the European Union, London: Routledge: 215-233 (with Martino Maggetti)

Immigration and its Impacts in Switzerland.

(2004) in Stavrou, N. (ed.), People On The Move: The Security, Social, And Economic Implications Of Mass Migration. Durham, NC: Duke University Press: 147-166.

Online articles

Why the Swiss voted to cap immigration.

(2014) The Monkey Cage Blog, The Washington Post, 10.2.2014.

Why Portuguese parties have survived austerity, whereas Greek parties failed.

(2013) LSE European Politics and Policy Blog, 29.7.2013.

Working papers

Newspaper articles

Is France really finished?

(2014) The Daily Telegraph, 6.10.2014

Est-ce que la crise pourrait marquer le retour de la «Forteresse Europe»?.

(2011) Pages de Gauche, Lausanne, September 2011, p. 6.

Bilan de l’Union Européenne sur la libre circulation.

(2008) Pages de Gauche, Lausanne, Décembre 2008, p. 8.

Lorsque les juges européens s’attaquent aux droits syndicaux ..

(2008) Pages de Gauche, Lausanne, Septembre 2008, p. 4.

Book reviews

Erne, R. (2008) European Unions: Labor’s Quest for a Transnational Democracy..

(2009) Book review in Swiss Political Science Review 15(3): 537-541.

Lord, C and Harris, E (2006) Democracy in the New Europe.

(2007) Book Review  in Analise Social 184: 944-948 (in Portuguese)

Arlettaz, G & S (2004) La Suisse et les Etrangers. Immigration et Formation Nationale (1848-1933).

(2005) Book review in Swiss Political Science Review 11 (1): 189-192.