Dr. Marlene Kammerer

Oeschger Centre for Climate Change Research (OCCR) / PostDoc

Institut für Politikwissenschaft

Telefon
+41 31 684 48 22
Telefon2
+41 31 684 83 31
E-Mail
marlene.kammerer@unibe.ch
Büro
A 163
Postadresse
Universität Bern
Institut für Politikwissenschaft
Fabrikstrasse 8
3012 Bern
Schweiz
Kurzportrait
02/2018
PostDoc
Oeschger Center für Klimaforschung
Institut für Politikwissenschaft
Professur Policy Analyse mit Schwerpunkt Umweltpolitik (PEGO)
Universität Bern
08/2017-
11/2017
Assistentin
Institut für Politikwissenschaft
Professur Policy Analyse mit Schwerpunkt Umweltpolitik (PEGO)
Universität Bern
02/2017
07/2017
Gastforscher
Departement für Sozialwissenschaften
Forschungsgruppe Politische Soziologie
Universität Helsinki
DocMobility Scholarship
02/2014-
01/2018
Doktorandin
Institut für Politikwissenschaft
Policy Analyse & Evaluation
Centre for International and Comparative Studies
ETH & Universität Zürich
02/2014
02/2015
Assistentin
Professur für Umweltpolitik und – ökonomie
Departement für Umweltsystemwissenschaften
ETH Zürich
2011-2013
Studentische Hilfskraft
Forschungsstelle für Umweltpolitik
Freie Universität Berlin
2010-2013
Master of Arts
Betriebliches und Öffentliches Umweltmanagement
Forschungsstelle für Umweltpolitik
Freie Universität Berlin
2009-2013
Ehrenamt Geschäftsführung
Institut für Sozialstrategie, Berlin
2003-2009
Magister Artium
Politikwisschenschaft, VWL, Psychology
Geschwister-Scholl Institut
University of Munich 

Peer-reviewed publications

2023

  • Stoddart, Mark, Tyndall, David, Brockhaus, Maria, and Kammerer, Marlene (2023): What is the role of COP meetings in global climate governance? Reflecting on COP 26 and the Glasgow Pact, Accepted for Publication “Society & Natural Resources”.
     
  • Kammerer, Marlene, Müller, Sean, Ingold, Karin & Gallmann, Maria: Climate Governance and Federalism: Switzerland (2023), In: “Climate governance and Federalism” eds. Johanna Setzer & Sebastien Jodoin (Eds.), Cambridge Press.

2022

  • Zeigermann, Ulrike, Kammerer, Marlene and Böcher, Michael (2022): What drives local communities to engage in climate change mitigation activities? Examining the rural-urban divide, Review of Policy Research, Early View, https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/ropr.12528.

2021

  • Kammerer, Marlene, and Ingold, Karin (2021): Actors and their preferences in climate change policy: The maturation of a policy discourse in the national and international context. Social Networks, Early View, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.socnet.2021.08.005.
     
  • Castro, Paula, and Kammerer, Marlene (2021): The Institutionalization of a Cleavage: How Differential Treatment Affects State Behaviour in the Climate Negotiations, International Studies Quarterly 65(3): 683–98,  https://doi.org/10.1093/isq/sqab045.
     
  • 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, 235-56, https://www.routledge.com/Climate-Governance-across-the-Globe-Pioneers-Leaders-and-Followers/Wurzel-Andersen-Tobin/p/book/9780367434366
     
  • 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 49(4): 1065–86, https://doi.org/10.1111/psj.12422.
     
  • 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.

2020

  • 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): 193-222, https://doi.org/10.1332/030557319X15613699478503.
     
  • 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.

2019

  • 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. Publisher: Springer. https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-3-658-27043-8.
     
  • 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

2018

  • Kammerer, Marlene, and Namhata, Chandreyee (2018): What drives the Adoption of Climate Change Mitigation Policy? A Dynamic Network Approach to Policy Diffusion, Policy Sciences 51: 477-513, https://doi.org/10.1007/s11077-018-9332-6.
     
  • 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

2020

  • 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

2019

  • 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.

2018

  • 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

2017

  • 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

2015

  • 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

2014

  • 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.

Conference Proceedings

  • Kammerer, Marlene (2018): Climate Politics at the Intersection between International Dynamics and National Decision-making: A Policy Network Approach, Dissertation, University of Zurich, https://doi.org/10.5167/uzh-152954.

Outreach

Conference papers since 2019

  • Kammerer, Marlene: To keep or not to keep promises. – A large-N analysis of country motives to vertical policy harmonization. Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis: Funded Special Issue Workshop 2022, Mannheim, organized by Jale Tonsun & Simon Schaub.
     
  • Castro, Paula; Kammerer, Marlene: Between Global Goals, Domestic Action, and Polycentric Networks: Explaining Ambition of International Climate Change Mitigation Commitments and their Alignment with National Policies, ESG Conference 2022, Toronto, Canada.
     
  • Kammerer, Marlene; Fesenfeld, Lukas; Ingold, Karin: Two level connectors in German climate politics, ECPR General Conference 2022, Innsbruck, https://ecpr.eu/Events/Event/PaperDetails/65117.
     
  • Fesenfeld, Lukas; Flachsland, Christian; Ingold, Karin; Kammerer, Marlene; Levi, Sebastian: Explaining CO2 price adoption: The interaction between public opinion and advocacy coalition, ECPR General Conference 2022, Innsbruck, https://ecpr.eu/Events/Event/PaperDetails/65587.
     
  • Castro, Paula; Kammerer, Marlene: Climate Policy as a Two-Level Game; What Explains the Ambition of International Commitments and their Alignment with National Policies, Annual MPSA Conference 2022, virtual event, see submission.
     
  • Zeigermann, Ulrike; Kammerer, Marlene; Böcher, Michael (2021): Managing climate change mitigation policies in rural Germany: A policy ego network survey of German climate protection managers (research design), IPSA World Congress 2021, virtual event. https://www.ipsa.org/wc/paper/climate-mitigation-and-regional-development-structured-comparison-climate-policies-across.
     
  • Kammerer, Marlene; Beer, Till; Wiedemann, Ruth (2022): Taming the plastic debris – A systematic review, SVPW Annual Congress, virtual event, February 4/5, 2021.
     
  • Kammerer, Marlene; Baker, Jack; Ingold, Karin; Castro, Paula: Measuring the Words vs. Deeds Gap: A presentation of the Vertical Policy Harmonization Index, SVPW Annual Conference, 2021, Bern, virtual event.
     
  • Wiedemann, Ruth, and Kammerer, Marlene (2021): Approaches and challenges to data gathering for policy networks – a systematic literature review, European Conference on Social Networks EUSN 2021, virtual event, http://www.eusn2021.unina.it/download/session_booklet.pdf.
     
  • 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, ECPR General Conference 2020, virtual event, https://ecpr.eu/Events/Event/PaperDetails/53871.
     
  • Kammerer, Marlene; Ingold, Karin (2019): Connectivity between international and national policymaking: The Impact of Climate Summits on Swiss National Policymaking,  ECPR General Conference 2019, Wroclav, Poland, and Three-country Congress DVPW, ÖGPW & SVPW, Zurich, Switzerland, https://ecpr.eu/Events/Event/PaperDetails/47326.
     
  • 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, ECPR Joint Sessions 2019, Mons, Belgium, https://ecpr.eu/Events/Event/PaperDetails/44853.
  • What international negotiators promise and domestic policymakers adopt: Policy and politics in the multi-level climate change regime
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  • Entscheidungsprozesse in der Klimapolitik
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  • Multiplexe Netzwerke in der schweizerischen und deutschen Klimapolitik
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  • Vergleich klimapolitscher Netzwerke
    Link to: www.compon.org