Dr. des. Marlene Kammerer

PostDoc / Oeschger Centre for Climate Research (OcCC)

Institute of Political Science

Phone
+41 31 631 48 22
Phone2
+41 31 631 83 31
E-Mail
marlene.kammerer@ipw.unibe.ch
Office
A 163
Postal Address
University Bern
Institute of Political Science
Fabrikstrasse 8
3012 Bern
Switzerland
CV
02/2018
PostDoc
Oeschger Center for Climate Research
Institute for Political Science
Professorship Policy Analysis and Environmental Governance (PEGO)
University of Bern
08/2017-
11/2017
Assistant
Institute for Political Science
Professorship Policy Analysis and Environmental Governance (PEGO)
University of Bern
02/2017
07/2017
Visiting Scholar
Department of Social Research
Research Group Political Sociology
University of Helsinki
DocMobility Scholarship
02/2014-
01/2018
PhD Student
Institute for Political Science
Policy Analysis & Evaluation
Centre for International and Comparative Studies
ETHZ & University of Zurich
02/2014
02/2015
Assistant
Professorship for Environmental Policy and Economy
Department for Environmental System Sciences
ETH Zürich
2011-2013
Student Assistant
Environmental Policy Research Centre
Free University of Berlin
2010-2013
Master of Arts
Environmental Management & Policy
Environmental Policy Research Centre
Free University of Berlin
2009-2013
Voluntary Engagement, CEO
Institute for Social Strategy, Berlin
2003-2009
Magister Artium
Political Science, Economy,  & Pschology
Geschwister-Scholl Institute
University of Munich
  • Castro, Paula & Kammerer, Marlene, 2016: The politicization of the climate: How and why has the Annex I – non-Annex I division affected negotiations under the climate change regime? (working paper, presented at the EPG Conference 2016 and PEIO 2017)
  • Ingold, Karin; Varone, Frédéric; Kammerer, Marlene et al., 2017: Measuring Policy Positions Through Elite Survey: Can We Trust All Policy Actors? (working paper)
  • Kammerer, Marlene, 2017: What Triggers Interest Groups Interests? The Alignment of Policy Positions in Swiss Climate Policy (under review)
  • Kammerer, Marlene & Bagchi, Chandreyee, 2017: What drives the Adoption of Climate Change Mitigation Policy? A Dynamic Network Approach to Policy Diffusion (under review)
  • Kammerer, Marlene & Hirschi, Christian, 2017: From Kyoto to Paris – What drives International Cooperation in International Climate Change Politics (under review)
  • Kammerer, Marlene, 2017: Towards a Feasible Climate Policy: The Difficile Stance of a Carbon Tax in Switzerland (under review)
  • Kammerer, Marlene; Wagner, Paul; Ylä-Anttila, Tuomas; Grönow, Antti: Collaboration to mitigate climate change – Does the institutional context matter? A comparative case study of Finland, South Korea, Switzerland, and the United States (working paper, accepted for presentation at Environmental Policy and Governance Conference 2018, Stockholm)