From "Morality" Policy to "Normal" Policy: Framing Drug Consumption and Gambling in Germany and the Netherlands and
their Regulatory Consequences. Journal of European Public Policy, 20 (3): 372-389. (with S. Heichel, K. Nebel and A. Raschzok) [Excerpt]
Contribution to edited books
Morality Policies: current and future research agenda.Research Encyclopedia on Politics. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
2015: Politics of dilemma: Coalition considerations and party conflicts on morality policies in the "religious world". Doctoral Thesis. Konstanz: University of Konstanz.
2010: Environmental Policy: Review on Leader and Laggard Countries in Europe. In Klaus Jakob et al. (eds), Environment and the Single
Market. Final Report to the European Commission Brüssel. Berlin: FFU - Forschungsstelle für Umweltpolitik der Freien Universität zu Berlin, 23-45. (with A. Müller und T. Sommerer)
Gender quota and political performance in the European Parliament. (with E.
Frech, University of Geneva).
Ruling under a shadow of moral hierarchy: Regulatory Intermediaries in the Governance of Prostitution.
The church's role as provider of morality-based social services in German states: A question of religious denomination and the room for intervention. (with O.
Who are the agents of societal minorities? Regulating prostitution and same-sex partnership rights in Europe.
Work in progress
Special Issue: Responsibilization strategies in the governance of prostitution policy. (with N. Zeegers, University of
Speaking to the national principal? An analysis of MEP's legislative activities in the European Parliament. (with E. Frech, University of
Faith-based organisations and welfare states: a cross-country analysis of religious engagement in the provision of value-laden social services
(with O. Mettang, L. Riedel, LMU Munich)
Journal article: Policy implementation a playground for losers of decision-making? An analysis of Christian Churches in Germany. (with O. Mettang, LMU
A new culture of parliamentary politics in post-secular times? Religion as strategic resource of the opposition-government game.