Doctoral StudentDepartment of Political
About Love Christensen
I am a PhD Student (2016-) at the Department of Political Science at Gothenburg University and affiliated to the GESS at the University of Mannheim.
My research interests center around political economy, both substantively and methodologically. I am particularly interested in the political economy of political reforms, and questions in the intersection of political economy and political psychology. In my dissertation project, I study how the uncertainty of policy outcomes shape both party and voter behaviour.
Areas of interest
Political economy Political methodology Political psychology
The effects of anti-immigrant party representation Roots and persistence of political attitudes Economic voting under uncertainty
Parliamentary Activity, Re-Selection and the Personal Vote. Evidence from Flexible-List
Thomas Däubler, Love Christensen, Lukas Linek
Parliamentary Affairs - 2018-01-01
Changes and Fluctuations in Issue Ownership: The Case of Sweden,
Measuring issue ownership. LORE working paper
Field work, survey completion times and data quality in Citizen Panel 4 - 2012. LORE working paper
Change and Stability in Issue Ownership: The Case of Sweden
Fotbollssupportrar i Göteborg