Michael A. Strebel
Michael A. Strebel
Research associate, KPM Center for Public Management, University of Bern
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The importance of input and output legitimacy in democratic governance: Evidence from a population‐based survey experiment in four West European countries
MA Strebel, D Kübler, F Marcinkowski
European Journal of Political Research 58 (2), 488-513, 2019
Incented voluntary municipal mergers as a two-stage process: Evidence from the Swiss canton of Fribourg
MA Strebel
Urban Affairs Review 54 (2), 267-301, 2018
Why voluntary municipal merger projects fail: evidence from popular votes in Switzerland
MA Strebel
Local Government Studies 45 (5), 654-675, 2019
Who supports metropolitan integration? Citizens’ perceptions of city-regional governance in Western Europe
MA Strebel
West european politics 45 (5), 1081-1106, 2022
Citizens’ attitudes towards local autonomy and inter-local cooperation: Evidence from Western Europe
MA Strebel, D Kübler
Comparative European Politics 19, 188-207, 2021
The impact of the November 2015 terrorist attacks in Paris on public opinion: A natural experiment
MA Strebel, MR Steenbergen
Department of Political Science, University of Zurich, 2017
A policy-centred approach to inter-municipal cooperation
MA Strebel, P Bundi
Public Management Review 25 (10), 1859-1880, 2023
Participatory processes and their outcomes: comparing assembly and popular vote decisions
A el-Wakil, MA Strebel
European Political Science Review 14 (3), 441-458, 2022
Launching and Implementing Municipal Mergers: Push-and Pull Factors in Merger Processes
MA Strebel
8th ECPR General Conference, September 3-6, Glasgow, 2014
THE URBAN LEFT IN POWER: Comparing the Profiles of ‘Municipal Socialists’ and the ‘New Urban Left’ in Swiss Cities
B Antoniazza, A Mach, MA Strebel
International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 47 (5), 745-772, 2023
The political economy of territorial integration referendums
MA Strebel
Territory, Politics, Governance, 1-21, 2023
Getting rid of their ties: the long-term evolution of elite networks and profiles in the three largest Swiss cities, 1890-2020
MA Strebel, B Antoniazza, A Mach
Archiv für Sozialgeschichte 61, 161-180, 2021
From local champions to global players: A long‐term perspective on Swiss companies’ connections across territorial scales
MA Strebel, A Mach
Global Networks 23 (4), 832-848, 2023
Public support for metropolitan integration: citizens' attitudes in eight West European metropolitan areas
M Strebel
University of Zurich, 2019
Massnahmen zur Erhaltung und Förderung der rätoromanischen und der italienischen Sprache und Kultur im Kanton Graubünden
C Bisaz, E Kobelt, C Rausch, M Strebel, A Glaser, D Kübler
Evaluationsbericht im Auftrag des BAK, 2019
The Swiss Patrician Families between Decline and Persistence: Power Positions and Kinship Ties (1890–1957)
P Benz, P Araujo, G Legentilhomme, A Mach, S Piguet, MA Strebel, ...
Social Science History 48 (2), 331-360, 2024
When do subnational jurisdictional mergers impact voting?
MA Strebel, AH Schakel
Political Geography 108, 103033, 2024
From Counter-Elite to Hegemon: The Access to Power of Left-Wing Politicians in the Three Major Swiss Cities in a Long-Term Perspective
B Antoniazza, A Mach, M Strebel
ECPR Joint Sessions of Workshops, 2021
Massnahmen zur Erhaltung und Förderung der rätoromanischen und der italienischen Sprache und Kultur im Kanton Graubünden: Evaluationsbericht im Auftrag des BAK
C Bisaz, E Kobelt, C Rausch, M Strebel, A Glaser, D Kübler
Studienberichte des Zentrums für Demokratie Aarau 16, 2019
Who supports metropolitan reform? Citizens’ attitudes in four west European countries
MA Strebel
Presentation at the EURA Annual Conference, Tilburg, 2018
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