From left to right: Sven Kosanke, Corinna Kröber, Julian Noseck, Sarah Dingler, Philipp Harfst, Jessica
SARAH C. DINGLER - Project Junior Scholar
PhD candidate of Comparative Politics at the University of Salzburg since 2015
E-mail: Sarah.Dingler [at] sbg.ac.at
Website: Universität Salzburg
Research fields: effects of electoral systems, women’s representation.
Professor of Comparative Politics at the University of Salzburg
E-mail: Jessica.Fortin-Rittberger [at] sbg.ac.at
Research fields: Effects of electoral systems, women’s political representation, political developments in former communist countries and political institutions and their measurement.
PHILIPP HARFST - Project Manager
Visiting Professor at Leuphana University Lüneburg
E-mail: philipp.harfst [at] uni.leuphana.de
Research fields: political institutions and institutional change, electoral systems and electoral system change, political systems in Europe, comparative politics.
SVEN KOSANKE - Project Junior Scholar
PhD candidate in Comparative Politics at the University of Greifswald
E-mail: kosankes [at] uni-greifswald.de
Research fields: effects of electoral systems, parties and party systems, cohesion
CORINNA KRÖBER - Affiliated Postdoctoral Scholar
Postdoctoral Researcher the Leuphana University of Lüneburg since 2018
E-mail: Corinna.Kroeber [at] leuphana.de
Research fields: effects of electoral systems, substantive representation, minority accommodation, women’s representation.
ZOE LEFKOFRIDI - Affiliated Senior Scholar
Assistant Professor of Comparative Politics at the University of Salzburg
E-mail: Zoe.Lefkofridi [at] sbg.ac.at
Research fields: political representation in European democracies.
JULIAN NOSECK - Project Junior Scholar
Research Associate at Goethe University Frankfurt and PhD candidate of Political Science at the University of Greifswald since 2015
E-mail: noseck [at] soz.uni-frankfurt.de
Website: Universität Frankfurt
Research fields: electoral systems, political parties.