Research

Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

  • Rommel, Tobias and Stefanie Walter (2018). The Electoral Consequences of Offshoring. How the Globalization of Production Shapes Party Preferences. Comparative Political Studies 51 (5): 621-658. [journal] [pdf]

Journal Articles under Review

  • Palmtag, Tabea, Tobias Rommel, and Stefanie Walter (2017). International Trade and Public Protest: Evidence from Russian Regions.
  • Rommel, Tobias and Paul Schaudt (2017). First Impressions: How Leader Changes Affect Bilateral Aid. Published as CESifo Working Paper No. 6047. [pdf]

Book Chapters

  • Rommel, Tobias. 2015. Erfahrungsbericht: Politische Regime und ausländische Direktinvestitionen. In: Hildebrandt, Achim, Sebastian Jäckle, Frieder Wolf, and Andreas Heindl (eds.). Methodologie, Methoden, Forschungsdesign. Ein Lehrbuch für fortgeschrittene Studierende der Politikwissenschaft. Wiesbaden. Springer: 133-137.

Conference papers

  • Haffert, Lukas, Raphael Reinke, and Tobias Rommel. 2017. ‘Nothing’ is not a Control Group. On the Need for Placebo Comparisons in Survey Experiments. Presented at the Annual Conference of the Swiss Political Science Association, St. Gallen.
  • Rommel, Tobias. 2018. Societal Group Strength and Foreign Direct Investment Liberalization in Autocratic Regimes. Presented at the Annual Conference of the European Political Science Association, Vienna.
  • Rommel, Tobias. 2017. Foreign Direct Investment and Citizen Support for Autocratic Rule. Presented at the Annual Conference of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago.
  • Rommel, Tobias. 2016. Investing in the Future. How Foreign Direct Investment Affects Autocratic Regime Survival. Presented at the Annual Conference of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago.

Work in Progress

  • Bischof, Daniel and Tobias Rommel. The Economic Costs of Revolution.
  • Büthe, Tim and Tobias Rommel. The Spread of International Antitrust Agreements.
  • Haffert, LukasNils Redeker, and Tobias Rommel. Misremembering Weimar. Experimental Evidence in the Roots of German Stability Culture.