Lena Maria Schaffer (2011) „Voluntary climate change initiatives in the U.S.: Analyzing participation in space and time“ Dissertation, Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH) Zürich, Nr. 19475 (

Contributions to edited volumes

Thomas Bernauer und Lena Maria Schaffer (2012) „Climate Change Governancein: Levi-Faur, David (Ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Governance, pp. 441-456. Oxford: Oxford University Press. ( ).

Research Articles

Vally Koubi, Tobias Böhmelt, Gabriele Spilker und Lena Maria Schaffer (2018)„On the Determinants of Environmental Migrants’ Conflict PerceptionInternational Organization, doi:10.1017/S0020818318000231

Bianca Oehl, Lena Maria Schaffer und Thomas Bernauer (2017) “How to measure public demand for climate change when there is no appropriate survey data?Journal of Public Policy 37(2): 173-204.

Vally Koubi, Gabriele Spilker, Lena Maria Schaffer und Tobias Böhmelt (2016) “Environmental Change and Migration” Population and Environment 38 (2): 134-163

Vally Koubi, Gabriele Spilker, Lena Maria Schaffer und Thomas Bernauer (2016) “Environmental Degradation and MigrationWorld Development 79: 197-210

Lena Maria Schaffer und Gabriele Spilker (2016) „Adding Another Level: Individual Responses to Globalization and Government Welfare PoliciesPolitical Science Research and Methods 4 (2): 399-426

Lena Maria Schaffer und Thomas Bernauer (2014) “Explaining Government Choices for Promoting Renewable Energy” Energy Policy 68, May 2014: 15–27.

Gabriele Spilker, Lena Maria Schaffer und Thomas Bernauer (2012) „Does Social Capital Increase Public Support for Economic Globalization?“ European Journal of Political Research 51(6): 756-784.

Tobias Hofmann und Lena Maria Schaffer (2009) „Einmal Frieden und zurück? Friedensmissionen und die wiederkehrende Eskalation innerstaatlicher GewaltPolitische Vierteljahresschrift 34 Special Issue on „Identität, Institutionen und Ökonomie: Ursachen innenpolitischer Gewalt“.

Lena Maria Schaffer und Gerald Schneider (2005) „Die Prognosegüte von Wahlbörsen und Meinungsumfragen zur Bundestagswahl 2005Politische Vierteljahresschrift 45(4): 674-681.

Working Papers

Lena Maria Schaffer, Bianca Oehl und Thomas Bernauer “Do they hear the call? Public demand and policy responsiveness in the area of climate change policies” invited to revise and resubmit.

Lena Maria Schaffer und Gabriele Spilker “Ego- vs. Sociotropic: Using Survey Experiments to Understand Individuals’ Trade Preferences” invited to revise and resubmit

Resul Umit und Lena Schaffer “Taxes and Subsidies: Explaining Relative Preferences for Energy-Related Climate Change Policy Instruments across Europe” under review.

Koubi, Vally, Lena Schaffer, Gabriele Spilker und Tobias Böhmelt „Environmental Migration: Vulnerability, Adaptation, and Trapped Populations

Thomas Malang und Lena Maria Schaffer “Need for Speed? Countries’ temporal preferences regarding the implementation of EU law”

Lena Maria Schaffer “Beyond Adoption: Explaining Revisions of Renewable Energy Policies with Partisan Politics and Economic Conditions“

Lena Maria Schaffer “Implications of Energy Transitions on Individuals, Publics and Parties: An International and Comparative Research Agenda” under review.