Prof. Dr. Bernd Schlipphak
Email: bernd firstname.lastname@example.org
Bernd Schlipphak is Associate Professor of Empirical Methods in the Social Sciences at the Department of Political Science, University of Münster. After his PhD at University of Freiburg (2009), Bernd has worked as a Postdoc in the field of mass attitudes toward international politics and the European Union at Universities of Salzburg (2009-2012) and Goettingen (2012-2013) before joining University of Münster. He first held a position as Assistant Professor (Juniorprofessor) before becoming Associate Professor in 2016. Currently, Bernd is elected member of the Steering Committee of the ECPR's Standing Group on Political Methodology and a member of Team Populism. His main research interests include the measurement and analysis of popular legitimacy of Global Governance institutions and policies. Additionally, he is interested in how popular legitimacy toward the international level feeds back to and is fed by domestic politics – the associated keywords being populism, politicization, and authority.