Political System of Germany
Welcome to the homepage of the work group "Political System of Germany".
On the following pages, you can learn more about the group and about its teaching and research focus.
Dear students, If you would like to write a qualifying thesis (BA/MA) in the work group PolSys this semester, please sign in the colloquium of Prof. Dr. Markus Tepe.
We congratulate Dr. Christine Prokop warmly to the successful completion of her doctorate.
Center for Digital Innovations Lower Saxony (ZDIN): Markus Tepe is a new member of the Center for Digital Innovations Lower Saxony (ZDIN). There he represents the area of policy research and behavior-oriented administrative science.
Paper accepted. Jankowski, Michael, Christine Prokop and Markus Tepe 2020. Representative Bureaucracy and Public Hiring Preferences. Evidence from a Conjoint Experiment among German Municipal Civil Servants and Private Sector Employees, Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory (online first)
Panel on "Behavioral consequences of AI, big data and algorithmic decision-making in public services" Chairs: Christine Prokop & Stephan Grimmelikhuijsen. Call for Papers for the ECPR General Conference, held in Innsbruck/Austria, 26-28 August 2020.
Christine Prokop will be presenting joint work with Markus Tepe “The causal effect of digital interaction, stigma and service failure on clients’ satisfaction with routinized public services” at the IRSPM 2020 Conference in Tampere/Finnland.
Online Before Print: Linhart, Eric, Michael Jankowski and Markus Tepe 2020. Keep it simple! German voters’ limited competence to evaluate electoral systems’ functions. German Politics (online first).
Online Before Print: Tepe, Markus and Pieter Vanhuysse 2019. Taking Social Policy Personally: How Does Neuroticism Affect Welfare State Attitudes? Social Policy & Administration (online first).
Recently published: Jankowski, Michael, Christina-Marie Juen, Florian Erlbruch und Markus Tepe 2019. NieKom. Eine neue Datenbasis für die kommunale Wahl- und Policyforschung in Niedersachsen. dms - der moderne staat 12(2): 465-471.