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Patrick Emmenegger

Patrick Emmenegger

Patrick Emmenegger

Prof. Dr.

Professor of Public Policy and Comparative Political Economy

SEPS-HSG
Büro 52-5042
Müller-Friedberg-Strasse 8
9000 St. Gallen
Professional Career
  • Since August 2012 Full Professor of Comparative Political Economy and Public Policy at the University of St. Gallen
  • Associate Professor of Political Science, University of Southern Denmark (2010-2012)
  • Assistant Professor of Political Science, University of Southern Denmark (2008-2010)
  • Research Assistant, Institute of Political Science, University of Bern (2005-2008)
Teaching Activities

Office hours: Please send me an email to arrange a meeting. 

Supervision of BA and MA theses: some important guidelines

Main Focuses

Public Policy

Social Science Methodology

Comparative and International Political Economy

Awards

Award title of "Young Elite Researcher", 2010, Danish Council for Independent Research, Danish Ministry of Science

President of the Swiss Political Science Association (2015-2018)

Additional Information

For additional information and a full publication list, please visit my website at www.pemmenegger.com.

Projects

Current projects (selection):

  • The adoption of personal income taxation in Swiss cantons
  • GOVPET: Governance in vocational and professional education and training
  • State sovereignty, economic interdependence, and international tax competition
  • The politics of job security regulations in advanced industrialized democracies
  • The role of agency in historical institutionalism
  • The gender sensitivity of European asylum policies
  • The adoption of proportional representation in Switzerland and beyond
Fields of research

The regulation of labour markets (in particular job security regulations, working time regulation and vocational training)

Finance, banks and tax policy (in particular tax competition, financial secrecy and the tax state)

The role of business interest groups and unions - the political role of companies

Further fields of research

Comparative welfare state research

The political economy of Switzerland

Social science methodology

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