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Dr. Christoph Nguyen

Foto Nguyen

Chair of German Politics

Researcher

Address
Ihnestraße 22
Room 205a
14195 Berlin

Office hours

Monday 6pm to 7pm. 

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EDUCATION

September 2014

Ph.D, Political Science, Northwestern University
Dissertation: Feeling Vulnerable? Affect, Appraisal, and Trust in Times of Economic Insecurity
Committee : Jason Seawright, James Mahoney, Martin Behrens

December 2010

MA, Political Science, Northwestern University
With distinction
Colby College, Waterville, ME

May 2006

B.A. in Economics & International Studies
Cum Laude, Dean’s List, Davis Scholar

PROFESSIONAL APPOINTMENTS

Sep 2014-Present

Southern Denmark University, Odense
Postdoc, Department of Political Science and Public Management
Centre for Welfare State Research

RESEARCH ASSISTANCE

• Experimental Lab Assistant for Jason Seawright , Spring 2011
• Country Research and Translation Assistant for Georgia Kernell, Winter 2011
• Survey Design and Data Collection for Jim Mahoney, Winter 2010

PROFESSIONAL TRAINING

• ICPSR Summer School 2012: Introduction to Bayesian Analysis and Regression III

SERVICE

• Conference Coordinator: EspaNet 2015
• Founding Coordinator for the Quantitative Methods Workshop, Northwestern University
• Coordinator for the Comparative Historical Social Science Workshop, Northwestern University
• Peer Review: Journal of European Social Policy

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

• Council of European Studies – Political Economy and Welfare Research Network
• American Political Science Association

Taught Courses in Winter Term 2018/19 Taught Courses in Summer Term 2018
  • Sozialpolitik in Deutschland
  • Institutional Analysis: The case of Germany
Taught Courses in Winter Term 2017/18
  • Sozialpolitik in Deutschland
  • Das politische System Deutschlands im internationalen Vergleich
PUBLICATIONS
  • "Anti-elite parties and political inequality: How challenges to the political mainstream reduce income gaps in internal efficacy", European Journal of Political Research, forthcoming (with Paul Marx).
  • "Political participation in European welfare states: does social investment matter?" , Journal of European Public Policy, 25:6 (2018), pp. 912-943. Link
  • "Labor Market Insecurity and Generalized Social Trust in Welfare State Context", European Sociological Review, 33:2 (2017), pp. 225-239. Link
  • "Are the Unemployed Less Politically Involved? A Comparative Study of Internal Political Efficacy", European Sociological Review, 32:5 (2016), pp. 634-648 (with Paul Marx). Link
  • "Causality and Time in Historical Institutionalism", The Oxford Handbook of Historical Institutionalism, 2016 (with James Mahoney and Khairunnisa Mohamedali). Link
PUBLICATIONS UNDER REVIEW
  • Economic Voting Reconsidered: Economic Insecurity, Affect, and Responsibility Attribution Democracy and Capital Account Liberalization in the Developing World (with Steve Nelson and David Steinberg).
OTHER ACADEMIC WRITING
  • 'Book review: Stephan Mau: Inequality, Marketization and the Majority Class: Why Did the European Middle Classes Accept Neo-Liberalism? , Czech Sociological Review, 53:3 (2017), pp. 484-487. Link
  • "Just one Piece of the Puzzle: Leiharbeit and Institutional Change in German Industrial Relations", Perspectives on Europe, 42:2 (Autumn 2012), pp. 83-88.
INVITED CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

“It’s not whether you win or lose; it’s how you place the blame: Affect, Appraisal, and Responsibility Attribution”
• Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, 2015 – Chicago, USA

“Insecurity, Party Position, and Political Behavior”
• Access Europe Workshop on Experimental Methods in Welfare State Research, 2014 – Amsterdam, NL

“Economic Insecurity and Organizational Trust: German Work Councilor's Trust and the
Global economic crisis”
• Meeting of the Council of European Studies, 2014 –Washington, USA
• Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, 2014 – Chicago, USA
• Austerity and the Crisis: Managing the global Economy at Cardiff Business School, 2013
• WSI Discussion Forum, Hans Böckler Stiftung, 2013 – Düsseldorf, Germany

“Labor-Market Uncertainty, Trust and Redistribution: Connecting Institutional Change and
Individual Attitudes”
• Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, 2012 – New Orleans, USA
• Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, 2012 – Chicago, USA
• Meeting of the Council of European Studies, 2012 – Boston, USA
• Coping with Instability in Market Societies – Science Po , 2011 – Paris, France

“Hard to Coordinate a Free Lunch- Assessing the Effects of European Monetary Union on
central-bank wage-bargaining coordination”
• Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, 2011– Chicago, USA
• Science Po- Northwestern-Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies Graduate Conference, 2010 – Paris, France

Vorlesungsverzeichnis
Bibliothek
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