In the last couple of years, I've been teaching seminars and lectures on methods, comparative politics, and Austrian politics. Besides, I supervise Bachelor, Master and PhD theses.

 

For my current courses at the Humboldt Universität zu Berlin, please check the University's course catalogue AGNES.

 

Summer 2019

'Research Methods for Political Science’ (MA level; with Julian Aichholzer)

'Individual preferences and collective decision-making’ (BA level)

 

Winter 2018

'Quantitative Data Analysis II’ (Lecture & Tutorial; BA level)

'Coalition governments’ (MA level)

'Basics of Political Science’ (MA level; lecture series)

 

 

Summer 2018

'Research Methods for Political Science’ (MA level; with Sanja Hajdinjak)

'Coalition governments’ (MA level)

'Individual preferences and collective decision-making’ (BA level)

 

Winter 2017

'Bachelor seminar’ (BA level)

'Political competition’ (BA level)

 

Summer 2017

'Bachelor seminar’ (BA level)

'Individual preferences and collective decision-making’ (BA level)

 

Winter 2016

'Comparative Politics’ (Lecture, BA level)

'Basics of Political Science’ (MA level; lecture series)

 

Summer 2016

'Comparative Politics’ (Lecture, BA level)

'Bachelor seminar’ (BA level)

 

Winter 2015

'Comparative Analysis of Politics’ (BA level)

'Individual preferences and collective decision-making’ (in English) (BA level)

 

Summer 2015

'Comparative analysis of democratic systems’ (BA level)

'Methods of Political Science’ (MA level; with Alejandro Ecker)

 

2011 - 2014

'Comparative Analysis of Politics’

'Methods of Political Science’ (MA level; with Alejandro Ecker)

'Elections and Voters’ (BA level)

`'Coalition governments in Austria and Western Europe’ (MA level)

'Parties and party competition in Western Europe’ (BA level)

'Rational Choice Theory’ (BA level)