Paulus WAGNER

Doctoral fellow in political science, LIEPP/CEE

CEE Sciences Po
Sciences politiques

Bio :

Paulus Wagner’s research at LIEPP-Sciences Po focuses on connections between changes in welfare regimes and voting for radical and populist political parties amongst « advanced liberal democracies » during the 2010s. 

He finished a BA in Translation and Interpreting at the University of Vienna and the Russian State University for the Humanities in Moscow. After this, he completed an MA in International Political Economy at King’s College, London, and another research master’s in Social Sciences (specialisation: Comparative Development Studies) at EHESS, Paris.

Besides this academic pathway, he gained valuable insights into other professional fields by completing internships in journalism (with DIE WELT in Berlin and ZDF in Vienna), diplomacy (Austrian Embassy in Zagreb, Croatia) and oil&gas industry (OMV, Vienna).

Poster of the project (June 2018)

Publications:

"Populism in Times of Attempted Unity of Heterogeneous Social Demands", Book review of Christopher Holmes (2018) Polanyi in times of populism: vision and contradiction in the history of economic ideas, in: The International Spectator. Italian Journal of International Affairs. (Routledge)

"L'extrême-droite autrichienne au gouvernement: le rôle des coalitions", Book chapter, in: Christophe Jaffrelot / Elise Massicard (eds), L’Enjeu mondial: Figures de la dé-démocratisation. Autoritarisme et populisme des nouveaux démagogues. Presses de Sciences Po. Forthcoming

"The perception of Western-Russian economic sanctions among Russian Small- and Medium Entrepreneurs, 2014-2017. A mixed-methods approach.", in: Problems of Forecasting/Проблемы прогнозирования, Journal of the Institute of Economic Forecasting, Russian Academy of Sciences (ИПР РАН). Forthcoming