Dr. Marlene Kammerer

Oeschger Centre for Climate Change Research (OCCR) / PostDoc

Institute of Political Science

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Postal Address
University Bern
Institute of Political Science
Fabrikstrasse 8
3012 Bern
Oeschger Center for Climate Research
Institute for Political Science
Professorship Policy Analysis and Environmental Governance (PEGO)
University of Bern
Institute for Political Science
Professorship Policy Analysis and Environmental Governance (PEGO)
University of Bern
Visiting Scholar
Department of Social Research
Research Group Political Sociology
University of Helsinki
DocMobility Scholarship
PhD Student
Institute for Political Science
Policy Analysis & Evaluation
Centre for International and Comparative Studies
ETHZ & University of Zurich
Professorship for Environmental Policy and Economy
Department for Environmental System Sciences
ETH Zürich
Student Assistant
Environmental Policy Research Centre
Free University of Berlin
Master of Arts
Environmental Management & Policy
Environmental Policy Research Centre
Free University of Berlin
Voluntary Engagement, CEO
Institute for Social Strategy, Berlin
Magister Artium
Political Science, Economy,  & Pschology
Geschwister-Scholl Institute
University of Munich

Peer-reviewed publications


  • Kammerer, M; Ingold, K. (2021). Actors and issues in climate change policy: The maturation of a policy discourse in the national and international context. Social Networks, DOI: 10.1016/j.socnet.2021.08.005.
  • Castro, P., & Kammerer, M. (2021). The Institutionalization of a Cleavage: How Differential Treatment Affects State Behavior in the Climate Negotiations. International studies quarterly. DOI: 10.1093/isq/sqab045.
  • Kammerer, Marlene; Wagner, Paul; Gronow, Antti; Ylä-Anttila, Tuomas; Fisher, Dana R.; Sun-Jin, Yun (2021): What Explains Collaboration in High and Low Conflict Contexts? Comparing Climate Change Policy Networks in Four Countries. Policy Studies Journal. DOI: 10.1111/psj.12422.


  • Kammerer, Marlene, Ingold, Karin, Dupois, Johann (2021): Switzerland: International Commitments and Domestic Drawbacks, in: Wurzel, Rüdiger; Andersen, Mikael Skou; Tobin, Paul (eds.): Climate Governance Across the Globe: Pioneers, Leaders, and Followers. Routledge Research in Comparative Politics, pp. 235-56.
  • Ingold, Karin, Varone, Frédéric, Kammerer, Marlene, Metz, Florence, Kammermann, Lorenz, Storz, Chantal (2020): Are responses to official consultations and stakeholder surveys reliable guides to policy actors’ positions? Policy & Politics 48 (2), pp.193-222, DOI: 10.1332/030557319X15613699478503.


  • Kammerer, Marlene, Crameri, Fadri, & Ingold, Karin (2019): Das Klima und die EU: Eine Diskursperspektive auf die deutsche und schweizerische Klimapolitik, in: Emmenegger, Patrick, Giger, Nathalie, Careja, Romana (eds.): The European Social Model under Pressure – Liber Amicorum in Honour of Klaus Armingeon. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-658-27043-8_34. Publisher: Springer


  • Kammerer, Marlene & Namhata, Chandreyee 2018: What drives the Adoption of Climate Change Mitigation Policy? A Dynamic Network Approach to Policy Diffusion, Policy Sciences 51, 477-513, DOI: 10.1007/s11077-018-9332-6
  • Kammerer, Marlene 2018: Climate Politics at the Intersection between International Dynamics and National Decision-making: A Policy Network Approach, Dissertation, University of Zurich.

Conference Proceedings


  • Zeigermann, Ulrike, Kammerer, Marlene & Böcher, Michael 2020: Coordinating climate change mitigation policies in rural Germany: A comparative policy network analysis of 32 districts in two Laender. Conference Proceeding, In: ECPR General Conference 2020, Virtual Event


  • Castro, Paula & Kammerer, Marlene, 2019: It is Not as Bad as it Looks: Comparing Countries’ Cooperation on Climate Change Inside and Outside the UNFCCC Negotiations. Conference Proceeding, In: ECPR Joint Sessions 2019. Mons, Belgium. 08.04.-12.04.2019.
  • Kammerer, Marlene & Ingold, Karin, 2019: Connectivity between international and national policymaking: The Impact of Climate Summits on Swiss National Policymaking. Conference Proceeding, In ECPR General Confernce, Wroclav, Poland, 2019.


  • Castro, Paula & Kammerer, Marlene, 2018: The politicization of the climate: How and why has the Annex I – non-Annex I division affected negotiations under the climate change regime? Conference Proceeding, ECPR General Conference, Hamburg 2018.
  • Ingold, Karin; Varone, Frédéric; Kammerer, Marlene et al., 2018: Measuring Policy Positions Through Elite Survey: Can We Trust All Policy Actors? Conference Proceeding, International Workshops on Public Policy, Pittsburgh, USA
  • Kammerer, Marlene; Wagner, Paul; Ylä-Anttila, Tuomas; Grönow, Antti, 2018: Collaboration to mitigate climate change – Does the institutional context matter? A comparative case study of Finland, South Korea, Switzerland, and the United States Conference Proceeding, Environmental Policy and Governance Conference 2018, Stockholm


  • Kammerer, Marlene, 2016: What Triggers Interest Groups Interests? A Case Study of Swiss Climate Change Mitigation Policy. Conference Proceeding, SVPW Conference 2017, St. Gallen, Switzerland
  • Kammerer, Marlene & Bagchi, Chandreyee, 2017: Climate Change Mitigation in the Nexus. A Dynamic Network Approach to Study International Policy Diffusion. Conference Proceeding, SVPW Conference 2017, St. Gallen, Switzerland


  • Kammerer, Marlene & Hirschi, Christian, 2015: Policy Networks and Belief Systems. The drivers of Cooperation in International Climate Change Politics 2001 – 2014. Conference Proceeding, MPSA Conference 2015, Chicago, USA


  • Kammerer, Marlene & Hirschi, Christian, 2014: The Politics of Market-Based Instruments: A Case Study of Swiss Climate Change Policy, Conference Proceeding, ECPR General Conference 2014, Glasgow, Scotland.
  • What international negotiators promise and domestic policymakers adopt: Policy and politics in the multi-level climate change regime
  • Decision-making in climate policy
  • Same, same but different? Multiplex networks in Swiss and German Climate Mitigation Policy
  • Comparing Climate Policy Networks
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