Daniel Bischof is Oberassistent within the Chair of Comparative Politics at the University of Zurich. He studied Political Science at the University of Bamberg (DE) and undertook his PhD within the ResponsiveGov Project at the University of Leicester (UK). Before joining the University of Zurich he was a visiting researcher at the University of California San Diego (USA). His main research interests lie in the field of comparative politics comprising questions of policy responsiveness, the impact of protest on political agendas, party politics, strategies of niche parties and quantitative methods.
Political Parties; Substantive Representation; Government Formation; Protest; Repression; Quantitative Methods