Mariyana Angelova, B.A. MA PhD

Rooseveltplatz 3
1090 Wien
Room: R.416

T: +43-1-4277-49724
mariyana.angelova@univie.ac.at

Research Associate (Pre-Doc)I am a doctoral candidate  at the Graduate School of Economic and Social Sciences (GESS) at the University of Mannheim in Germany and since 2015 a pre-doc project assistant at the C3 Project "Strong vs. Weak Governments and the Challenge of Economic Reforms" at the University of Vienna, part of the collaborative research center  884 "Political Economy of Reforms" (CRC 884) at the University of Mannheim. Before coming to Vienna  I worked in the research projects "European Legislative Responses to International Terrorism" at the Mannheim Centre for  European Social Research (MZES) and "Legislative Reforms and Party Competition (C1 project)" at the CRC 884 at the University of Mannheim.


Research Interests

My research interests include  legislative politics,  party politics, political representation, voting behavior, European politics and political text analyses. 


Publications

Angelova, Mariyana, Hanna Bäck, Wolfgang C. Müller, and Daniel Strobl 2018. "Veto player theory and reform making in Western Europe." European Journal of Political Research 57(May): 282-307. Replication files

Angelova, Mariyana, Thomas König, and Sven-Oliver Proksch 2016. "Responsibility attribution in coalition governments: Evidence from Germany." Electoral Studies 43(September): 133-149. Replication files

Angelova,Mariyana, Tanja Dannwolf, and Thomas König 2012. "How Robust are Compliance Findings? A Research Synthesis." Journal of European Public Policy 19(October): 1269-1291. Replication files 


Working Papers

Angelova, Mariyana 2018. “Coalition Conflict - a Remedy for Electoral Accountability?”, Dissertation Chapter 3. Replication files

Angelova, Mariyana 2018. "Conflict is not Always a Bad Thing. The Impact of Government Conflict on the Ratings of Coalition Partners." Working Paper

Bäck, Hanna, Wolfgang C. Müller, Daniel Strobl,  and Mariyana Angelova 2018. “Ministerial Government and Reform Productivity in Parliamentary Democracies.” Working Paper.

Müller, Wolfgang C. Daniel Strobl,  Mariyana Angelova, and Hanna Bäck 2018. “Prime Minister Powers and Reform Productivity across Western European Countries.” Working Paper.

Fortunato, David and Mariyana Angelova 2017. "The Popularity Bonus in Coalition Agenda-Setting." Working Paper.


Conference Participation & Talks

APSA 2018 - Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Boston 08/2018

EPSA 2018 -  8th Annual General Conference of the European Political Science Association,Vienna 06/2018

MPSA 2018 - 76th Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago 04/2018

MPSA 2017 - Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago 04/2017

MPSA 2016 - Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago 04/2016

EPSA 2015 - Fifth Annual Meeting of the European Political Science Association, Vienna 06/2015

APSA 2014 - Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Washington D.C. 08/2014

MPSA 2014 - Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago 04/2014

3 Länder Tagung 2013 - Politik der Vielfalt, Innsbruck 09/2013

ECPR 2013 - General Conference, Bordeaux 09/2013

EPSA 2013 - Third Annual Meeting of the European Political Science Association, Barcelona 06/2013

MPSA 2013 - Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago 04/2013

SFB 884 Workshop 2012 - "Coalition Government", University of Mannheim 10/2012

SGEU - ECPR 2012 - Sixth Pan European Conference on EU Politis, Tampere 09/2012

WashU 2012 - Graduate Student Seminar Series, Washington University in St. Louis 04/2012

MPSA 2012 - Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago 04/2012

ECPR 2010 - Third ECPR Graduate Conference, Dublin 08/2010

Veto Players Workshop 2009 - University of Mannheim 05/2009


Teaching

BAK 7 SS 2018 (Bachelor): Seminar on Comparative Political Analysis (syllabus, evaluations

BAK 7 WS 2017(Bachelor): Seminar on Comparative Political Analysis (syllabus, evaluations

BAK 7 SS 2017 (Bachelor): Seminar on Comparative Politics