Do policy clashes between the judiciary and the executive affect public opinion? Insights from New Delhi’s odd–even rule against air pollution

Journal of Public Policy (2022)

Parliament, People or Technocrats? Explaining Mass Public Preferences on Delegation of Policymaking Authority

Comparative Political Studies (2022)

Domestic Provision of Global Public Goods - How Other Countries’ Behavior Affects Public Support for Climate Policy

Global Environmental Politics (2022)

Separation and Rare Events

Political Science Research and Methods (2022)

Current surveys may underestimate climate change skepticism evidence from list experiments in Germany and the USA

PLOS One (2021)

Understanding public support for domestic contributions to global collective goods. Results from a survey experiment on carbon taxation in Japan

Climatic Change (2021)

Problems with products? Control strategies for models with interaction and quadratic effects

Political Science Research and Methods (2020)

Do exemptions undermine environmental policy support? An experimental stress test on the odd‐even road space rationing policy in India

Regulation & Governance (2020)

Could revenue recycling make effective carbon taxation politically feasible?

Science Advances (2019)

Commitment failures are unlikely to undermine public support for the Paris agreement

Nature Climate Change (2019)