Till Weber

Email: Till.Weber@baruch.cuny.edu
Phone: (646) 312-4166
Location: VC 5-283


Prof. Till Weber specializes in comparative politics and research methodology. His work covers a variety of democratic processes, including voting behavior, party competition, legislative politics and cabinet government. Articles of his have appeared in the leading journals of political science. Trained in Italy (EUI Florence) and Germany (FU Berlin), he taught in Europe before coming to New York in 2013. Besides his appointment at Baruch, Prof. Weber is also on the faculty of CUNY's Graduate Center. His latest project is a case study of unicorn migration.


Research Skills in Political Science (POL 3000)

European Political Systems  (POL 3362)

Political Science Capstone Seminar  (POL 4900)

Applied Quantitative Research, I & II (Graduate Center)

Selected Publications

2020. Discreet Inequality: How Party Agendas Embrace Privileged Interests. Comparative Political Studies 53(10-11), 1767-1797.

2019. Information Behavior and Political PreferencesBritish Journal of Political Science 49(2), 533-556 (with Konstantin Vössing).

2019. Restrained Change: Party Systems in Times of Economic CrisisJournal of Politics 81(1), 233-245 (with Fernando Casal Bértoa).

2018. A Behavioral Theory of Electoral StructurePolitical Behavior 40(4), 831-856 (with Mark N. Franklin).

2014. Issue Yield: A Model of Party Strategy in Multidimensional Space. American Political Science Review 108(4), 870-885 (with Lorenzo De Sio).

2012. Party Systems and Government Stability in Central and Eastern EuropeWorld Politics 64(4), 699-740 (with Florian Grotz).

2011. Exit, Voice, and Cyclicality: A Micro-Logic of Midterm Effects in European Parliament ElectionsAmerican Journal of Political Science 55(4), 907-922.

2011. Cross-Cutting Issues and Party Strategy in the European Union. Comparative Political Studies 44(4), 383-411 (with Craig Parsons).

A complete list of Prof. Weber’s publications is available here.


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