Here you can find information on my papers submitted for review and my recent paper projects.
I am particularly interested in research on Comparative Political Institutions and Quantitative Text Analysis with an emphasis on Judicial Politics, Judicial Public Relations and Political Communication. Currently, I am particularly interested in when and how the German Federal Constitutional Court uses public relations to set frames and influence media coverage and the public.
- Meyer, Philipp. Understanding intra-institutional agenda-setting effects: An assessment of the two policy agendas at the German Federal Constitutional Court. Manuscript submitted after revise and resubmit in Journal of Public Policy.
Meyer, Philipp. Judicial Diplomcay. A network analysis of international judicial relations based on mutual court visits.
Hönnige, Christoph, Philipp Meyer, Christine Allison Rothmayr and Sylvain Brouard. Institutional Friction in High Court Policy Agendas: Comparing France, Canada and Germany.
Hönnige, Christoph, Dominic Nyhuis, Susumu Shikano, Philipp Köker and Philipp Meyer. Leave means leave: The link between MPs Brexit position and newspaper mentions.
Meyer, Philipp and Christoph Hönnige. The missing link between the legislative and the judicial agenda: Does the German parliament shape the policy agenda of the German Federal Constitutional Court?
Meyer, Philipp, Philipp Köker and Christoph Hönnige. De Jure Judicial Independence Measures and the Problem of Validity: A Case Study on Poland.