Assistant Professor of Comparative Politics (Democratisation)
Telephone: 044 634 54 53
Born 1978, MA studies (Lizentiat) in Political Science at the University of Bern, with a diploma in journalism and communication of the University of Fribourg, he received his PhD in Political Science from the University of Geneva, and has been for research stays at the Universities of Tartu, Belgrade, at the University of California at Irvine and at the Central European University in Budapest. His main research interests include elections, political parties and ethnic politics, with a special focus on young democracies. His monograph “Territory and Electoral Rules in Post-Communist Democracies” has been published in Palgrave.