Articles by Lukas Rudolph

August 8, 2023

How do French and German voters view arms exports?

Lukas Rudolph
The war in Ukraine has focussed attention on public attitudes to arms exports. New research by Lukas Rudolph, Markus Freitag, and Paul Thurner finds that in France and Germany, while a small minority is in principled opposition, a large majority makes nuanced trade-offs when articulating their positions on the issue of arms exports
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May 14, 2021

Backlash against asylum seekers in Austria

Lukas Rudolph
In 2015, Austria took in almost 90,000 asylum seekers – the third-highest number in Europe that year. The government housed asylum seekers in areas with little experience in welcoming refugees. These areas subsequently saw a backlash against refugees in particular, and immigrants and Muslims in general, write Markus Wagner and Lukas Rudolph
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Lukas Rudolph
Assistant Professor, Department of Politics and Public Administration, University of Konstanz

Lukas is also affiliated Research Associate at the Center for Comparative and International Studies of ETH Zurich.

His research centres around questions of political behaviour, preference formation, and the role of institutions in a comparative perspective, with a methodical focus on design-based causal inference with observational data and general population survey experiments.

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He tweets @LukRudolph

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