Andreas Dür, Robert A. Huber, and Yannick Stiller (2023). "Trade Competitiveness, Constituency Interests, and Legislators’ Attitudes Towards Trade Agreements", Legislative Studies Quarterly. [access]
Robert A. Huber, Yannick Stiller, and Andreas Dür(2023). "Measuring Subnational Trade Competitiveness", Scientific Data. [access]
Andreas Dür and Gemma Mateo (2023). "Lobbying in the Face of Politicization: Interest Group Strategies in Trade Policy", Journal of European Public Policy. [access]
Andreas Dür and Lisa Lechner (2023). "Winners and Losers from Trade Agreements: Stock Market Reactions to TPP and TTIP", Politics and Governance 11(4). [access]
Yannick Stiller (2023). "Bargaining Power in a Globalized World: The Effect of Global Value Chains in Trade Negotiations", Business and Politics. [access]
Andreas Dür, Robert A. Huber, Gemma Mateo, and Gabriele Spilker (2022). "Interest Group Preferences towards Trade Agreements: Institutional Design Matters", Interest Groups & Advocacy 12(1). [access]
Yannick Stiller (2023). "Why Do Legislators Rebel on Trade Agreements? The Effect of Constituencies' Economic Interests", European Political Science Review 15(2). [access]
Andreas Dür and Markus Gastinger (2022). "Spinning a global web of EU external relations: how the EU establishes stronger joint bodies where they matter most", Journal of European Public Policy 30(6). [access]
Yannick Stiller, Andreas Dür, and Robert A. Huber (2022). "Education and Trade Attitudes: Revisiting the Role of Economic Interest", World Trade Review 21(4). [access]
Andreas Dür and Christoph Mödlhamer (2022). "Power and Innovative Capacity: Explaining Variation in Intellectual Property Rights Regulation across Trade Agreements", International Interactions 48(1). [access]
Markus Gastinger and Andreas Dür (2021). "Joint Bodies in the EU's International Agreements: Delegating Powers to the European Commission in EU External Relations", European Union Politics 22(4). [access]
Christina Anderer, Lisa Lechner, and Andreas Dür (2020). "Trade Policy in a 'GVC World': Multinational Corporations and Trade Liberalization", Business and Politics 22(4). [access]
Robert Huber, Lukas Felsenfeld, and Thomas Bernauer (2020). "Political populism, responsiveness, and public support for climate mitigation", Climate Policy 20(3). [access]
Christoph Mödlhamer (2020). "Innovativeness and the design of intellectual property rights in preferential trade agreements: A refinement of the North-South explanation", Journal of International Business Policy 3(4). [access]
Andreas Dür, Jappe Eckhardt, and Arlo Poletti (2019). "Global Value Chains, the Anti-Globalization Backlash, and EU Trade Policy: A Research Agenda", Journal of European Public Policy 27(6). [access]
Lisa Lechner and Simon Wüthrich (2018). "Seal the Deal: Bargaining Positions, Institutional Design, and the Duration of Preferential Trade Negotiations", International Interactions 44(5). [access]
Leonardo Baccini and Andreas Dür (2018). "Global value chains and product differentiation: Changing the politics of trade", Global Policy 9(2). [access]
Andreas Dür and Robert Huber (2023). "Preferences for Trading Partners: Evidence from Legislators and Citizens in Latin America", in Manfred Elsig et al. (eds) Economic Globalization on the Move: Design, Impact and Perceptions of Latin American Trade and Investment Agreements (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press). [access]
Andreas Dür and Harald Oberhofer (2023). "Internationale Handelspolitik", in Karsten Mause et al. (eds) Politik und Wirtschaft: Ein integratives Kompendium (Springer). [access]
Andreas Dür (2022). "Internationaler Handel", in Andreas Busch et al. (eds) De-Globalisierung: State of the Art (Baden-Baden: Nomos).[access]
Yannick Stiller (2022). "Who are the winners and losers of trade liberalization? Examining the Role of Trade Competitiveness in the Modern Politics of Trade", successfully defended on 14 November 2022. [access]
Christina Anderer (2021). "Why GVCs Matter: Exploring the complex interrelationships between Global Value Chains and Trade Policy", successfully defended on 25 November 2021. [access]
Andreas Dür and Markus Gastinger (2022) "Understanding the role of joint bodies in EU external relations", Contribution to the EUROPP blog [access]
Andreas Dür, Robert A. Huber, Gemma Mateo, and Yannick Stiller (2022). "Trade Survey with Parliamentarians: Summary for Respondents". [access]
Andreas Dür, Gemma Mateo, and Christina Anderer (2019). "Trade Negotiation Survey: Key Findings". [access]
Andreas Dür, Stefan Hee, and Robert A. Huber (2023). "A Fair Deal: Gains, Losses, and Individual Attitudes toward Trade Agreements"
Andreas Dür, Robert A. Huber, and Yannick Stiller (2023). "It's Trade, Stupid! How Changes in Subnational Trade Competitiveness Matter for Incumbents' Vote Shares"
Andreas Dür and Yuleng Zeng (2022). "Sanction Shocks, Economic Integration, and Military Spending"
Andreas Dür, Robert A. Huber, and Gemma Mateo (2022). "Business versus citizens: Whose interests do legislators consider in trade policy?"
Andreas Dür and Markus Gastinger (2022). "Joint Bodies in Preferential Trade Agreements: Why are some stronger than others?"
Andreas Dür and Lisa Lechner (2022). "Humans versus computer: manual and computational estimates of latent traits in preferential trade agreements". [preprint]
Andreas Dür and Lisa Lechner (2022). "Who wins and who loses from trade agreements? Stock market reactions to news on TPP and TTIP".
Christoph Mödlhamer (2021). "The Impact of Intellectual Property Rights on Foreign Direct Investment: New Insights from Firm-Level Data".[preprint]