Daniel Bochsler

University of Zurich / Zentrum für Demokratie Aarau

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Daniel Bochsler - Teaching

 

Ethnic conflict, authoritarian regimes, and democratisation

  • Ethnic conflicts, peace-building and democratization
    Seminar, MA, University of Zurich, autumn 2014 - spring 2015, autumn 2015 - spring 2016 (with Miriam Hänni).
  • Democratisation and its enemies
    Workshop, PhD, Universities of Zurich and Lucerne, spring 2014 (with Philippe Schmitter and Saskia Ruth).
  • Authoritarianism in a comparative perspective
    Seminar, MA, University of Zurich, autumn 2012.
  • Revolutions and the liberalisation of authoritarian regimes
    Seminar, MA, University of Zurich, autumn 2011, autumn 2013.
  • Political transition
    Lecture, BA, University of Zurich, autumn 2011, 2012, 2014.


Comparative Politics and Elections

  • Representation and political behaviour
    Research colloquium, PhD, University of Zurich, spring 2013, autumn 2013, spring 2014, autumn 2014, spring 2015, autumn 2015 (with Marco Steenbergen and Denise Traber).
  • Democracy - concepts and measurement
    Seminar, PhD, University of Zurich, autumn 2015 (with Gerardo Munck and Svend-Erik Skaaning)
  • Elections, parties and representation in young democracies
    Seminar, BA, University of Zurich, spring 2012, 2013.
  • Elections and electoral laws. Switzerland in comparison
    Seminar, MA, University of Zurich, autumn 2013.
  • Elections and representation
    Lecture, BA, University of Zurich, spring 2011.
    Lecture, BA, University of Zurich, spring 2009 (with Romain Lachat).
  • Democracy in multi-cultural societies
    Lecture, BA, University of Zurich, spring 2010 (with Nenad Stojanović),
    Lecture, BA, University of Fribourg, spring 2010 (with Nenad Stojanović).
  • Comparative politics with focus on Central and Eastern European politics
    Lecture, University of Fribourg, autumn 2007.
  • Swiss federalism in a comparative perspective
    Seminar, BA, University of Geneva, winter 2005-2006.


Research methodology

  • Methods II / Advanced Quantitative Analysis
    Seminar, MA program in Comparative and International Studies (MACIS), University/ETH Zurich, spring 2009 (with Romain Lachat, Markus Stierli).
  • Research design (PhD workshops of the “Regional Research Promotion Programme Western Balkans” and the “Academic Swiss Caucasus Net”)
    Five workshops October 2008-September 2011, in Sarajevo, Skopje, Tbilisi, Belgrade, Yerevan (with different co-trainers: Simon Hug, Lucas Leemann, Stefanie Walter, Achim Kemmerling, Gabriele Ruoff).
  • Introduction into methodology in political science
    Lecture, BA, University of Zurich, spring 2009.
    Exercises, BA, University of Zurich, spring 2008.
  • Quantitative Research in Comparative Politics
    Seminar, MA program in Research Design and Data Analysis, University Babeș-Bolyai, Cluj-Napoca, Romania, November 2008.
  Last update: 25 January 2016