Named after the “Father of modern Germany”, the chair will examine some of the key challenges faced by representative democracies, including (1) the effects of migration on political attitude, (2) the populist tide that has swept the world, (3) transformations in the conduct of elections and the determinants of vote choice, and (4) unequal representation of various cohorts of the population including women, minorities and youth.
Since becoming a professor in 2010, Dr. Stockemer has published 4 single authored books, 1 edited volume, 1 textbook and more than 120 articles in peer-reviewed journals. He has several editorial commitments. He is editor of European Political Science (EPS), the professional journal of the European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR), editor of the Springer Book Series in Electoral Politics. Since the fall of 2019, he is also editor of the International Political Science Review, the flagship journal of the International Political Science Association.
We offer Dr. Daniel Stockemer our warmest congratulations!