Dr Dominik Duell

Department of Government
Dr Dominik Duell
  • Email

  • Telephone

    +44 (0) 1206 872211

  • Location

    5.423, Colchester Campus

  • Academic support hours

    Thursday 11am - 1pm



  • New York University: Politics (PhD, 2008-2014)

  • Freie Universitaet Berlin: Political Science (Diplom, 2004-2008)

Research and professional activities

Research interests

Political Economy

Open to supervise

Political Behavior

Open to supervise

Experimental Methods

Open to supervise

Political Psychology

Open to supervise

Voting behaviour

Open to supervise

Electoral accountability

Open to supervise

Current research

Divide and Alienate: The Effects of Identity Appeals in Electoral Competition.

Determinants of Discrimination in Strategic Settings (with Dimitri Landa, NYU).

Alleviating Discrimination (with Dimitri Landa, NYU)

Social Heterogeneity and its Ambiguous Effect on Preferences for Redistribution.

Social Identity and the Attribution of Political Responsibility (with Daniel Mueller, Mannheim)

The Link between Partisan Voting and Polarized Social Identity (with Justin Valasek, WZB)

Teaching and supervision

Current teaching responsibilities

  • Advanced Quantitative Political Analysis (GV300)

  • Professional Development Seminar (GV994)

Previous supervision

Kana Inata
Kana Inata
Thesis title: Three Essays on Protest and Negotiations
Degree subject: Government
Degree type: Doctor of Philosophy
Awarded date: 23/7/2019


Journal articles (5)

Duell, D. and Landa, D., Strategic Discrimination in Hierarchies. The Journal of Politics

Arnesen, S., Duell, D. and Johannesson, MP., (2019). Do citizens make inferences from political candidate characteristics when aiming for substantive representation?. Electoral Studies. 57, 46-60

Duell, D. and Valasek, J., (2019). Political Polarization and Selection in Representative Democracies. Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization. 168, 132-165

Landa, D. and Duell, D., (2015). Social Identity and Electoral Accountability. American Journal of Political Science. 59 (3), 671-689

Brader, T., Tucker, JA. and Duell, D., (2013). Which Parties Can Lead Opinion? Experimental Evidence on Partisan Cue Taking in Multiparty Democracies. Comparative Political Studies. 46 (11), 1485-1517

Book chapters (1)

Tucker, J. and Duell, D., (2018). Experimental research design in the study of electoral systems. In: The Oxford Handbook of Electoral Systems. Editors: Herron, ES., Pekkanen, RJ. and Shugart, MSA., . Oxford University Press. 424- 444. 9780190258658

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5.423, Colchester Campus

Academic support hours:

Thursday 11am - 1pm