Dr. Steffen Mohrenberg
Dr. Steffen Mohrenberg is a postdoctoral researcher at ETH Zurich. He is a member of the IR research group led by Thomas Bernauer, Professor of Political Science (International Relations) at the Center for Comparative and International Studies (CIS) and the Institute of Science, Technology and Policy (ISTP). Before joining the group in 2014, Steffen worked as an academic staff member (wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter) at the University of Hamburg, where he taught political science research methods, data analysis using R, and courses on social network analysis.
In 2014, Steffen received the title of a Doctor of Philosophy and Social Sciences (Dr. phil.) in the field of Political Science from the University of Hamburg. 2008, he obtained a Master's degree (Magister Artium M.A.) in Political Science, Economics, and Geography from the University of Tübingen. His additional academic training includes graduate studies from 2003–2004 in the field of International Studies at the Josef Korbel School of International Studies at the University of Denver.
Global environmental governance
Steffen is a postdoctoral researcher in the project "Democratic quality and legitimacy in international environmental governance" [Link], which is part of the NCCR Democracy (phase 3, module 1, IP 3) and lead by Thomas Bernauer and Vally Koubi.
Work in progress:
- Mohrenberg, Steffen, Robert A. Huber, and Tina Freyburg. 2017. Love at First Sight? Populism, Stealth Democracy, and Direct Democracy. Working Paper, March 8 2017.
- Freyburg, Tina, Steffen Mohrenberg, Sandra Lavenex, Daniel Kübler, Christian Ewert, and Thomas Winzen. 2016. International Authority, Democratic Legitimacy, and Citizen Preferences for Global Politics: Evidence from Population-Based Survey Experiments. Working Paper, June 21 2016.
Steffen started working on interstate networks (diplomacy and trade) and their co-evolution with national political regimes during his PhD. [Animations Link]
Work in progress:
- Mohrenberg, Steffen. in press. Studying Policy Diffusion with Stochastic Actor-Oriented Models. In Networked Governance: New Research Perspectives, edited by Betina Hollstein, Wenzel Matiaske, and Kai-Uwe Schnapp. Wiesbaden: Springer.
- Martin, Christian W., and Steffen Mohrenberg. 2015. Estimating Trade Policy Interdependence When Spatial Weights are Endogenous to Trade Policy. Presented at the 73rd annual MPSA conference, Chicago (Working Paper).
Academic Services at ETH Zurich
- Mitglied der Unterrichtskommission B.A. Staatswissenschaften (Teaching Committee B.A. Public Policy)