Dr. Jeremias Stadlmair BA MA

Post-doctoral Researcher

Jeremias Stadlmair is a post-doc University Assistant at the Department of Political Science of the University of Vienna. He studied political science in Salzburg (BA), Warwick/UK, and Vienna (MA, Dr. phil.). In his dissertation, which he defended in June 2017 and received the “Dissertation Prize for Research on Migration” of the Austrian Academy of Sciences, Jeremias investigated the causes and consequences of economic criteria for naturalisation in Western Europe. In spring 2015, Jeremias was a visiting researcher at the European University Institute (EUI) in Florence. Besides teaching courses on the politics of citizenship in Europe, Austrian politics and research methods at the University of Vienna and the University of Innsbruck, he participated in the IN:EX project “Governing Integration”. His research interests comprise citizenship and migration policies in Europe, political participation, and direct democracy.

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Publications

  • 2017 "Party Positions on Economic Criteria for Naturalization in Austria." In: International Migration, early view. (Link)
  • 2017 "Which policies matter? Explaining naturalisation rates using disaggregated policy data." In: Austrian Journal of Political Science, Vol. 46(1), 59-73. (Download)
  • 2016 “Die meritokratische Neugestaltung der österreichischen Integrationspolitik zwischen Rhetorik und Policy.“ In: Austrian Journal of Political Science (ÖZP), Vol. 45(1), 65-79, with Oliver Gruber and Astrid Mattes. (Link)

  • 2016 “Petitionen und Parlamentarische Bürgerinitiativen – Zivilgesellschaft im Parlament?” In: TransForm – Journal für Zivilgesellschaftliche Innovation, Vol. 1, 68-100, with Sieglinde Rosenberger.

     


Contact:

Email: jeremias.stadlmair@univie.ac.at