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Published Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

2021

Julian Wucherpfennig, Aya Kachi, Nils-Christian Bormann and Philipp Hunziker. “A Fast Estimator for Binary Choice Models with Spatial, Temporal, and/or Outcome Interdependence." Political Analysis (Forthcoming) [Preprint]

Mert Duygan, Aya Kachi, Thiago D. Oliveira and Adrian Rinscheid. “Introducing the Endowment-Practice-Institutions (EPI) Framework for studying agency in the institutional contestation of socio-technical regimes." Journal of Cleaner Production (Forthcoming) [Article - Link coming soon]

2019

 

Brilé Anderson, Thomas Bernauer and Aya Kachi. “Does international pooling of authority affect the perceived legitimacy of global governance?" Review of International Organizations (First online in 2018; In print in December 2019) [Article]

 

2018

 

Yann Blumer, Lukas Braunreiter, Aya Kachi, Rebecca Lordan-Perret and Fintan Oeri. “A two-level analysis of public support: Exploring the role of beliefs in opinions about the Swiss energy strategy." Energy Research & Social Science 43:109-118. [Article]

 

2015

 

Aya Kachi, Thomas Bernauer and Robert Gampfer. “Climate policy in hard times: Are the pessimists right?" Ecological Economics 114:227-241. [Article]

 

2014

 

Robert Gampfer, Thomas Bernauer and Aya Kachi. “Obtaining public support for North-South climate funding: evidence from conjoint experiments in donor countries." Global Environmental Change 29:118-126. [Article]

 

Thomas Bernauer, Robert Gampfer and Aya Kachi. “European unilateralism and in-voluntary burden sharing in global climate politics: A public opinion perspective from the other side." European Union Politics 15(1):132-151. [Article]

 

2012

Robert J. Franzese, Jr., Jude C. Hays and Aya Kachi. “Modeling History Dependence in Network-Behavior Coevolution." Political Analysis 20:175-190.  [Article]

 

2010

 

Hays, Jude C., Aya Kachi and Robert J. Franzese, Jr. “A Spatial Model Incorporating Dynamic, Endogenous Network Interdependence: A Political Science Application." Statistical Methodology7(3):406-428. [Article]

Peer-Reviewed Book

2020

 

Peter Hettich and Aya Kachi (as Editors). Swiss Energy Governance: Political, Economic and Legal Challenges and Opportunities in the Energy Transition Springer Nature. (Contract written with Springer for publication)

Working Papers
 

Aya Kachi and Rebecca Lordan-Perret. “How Political Predispositions Influence Factual and Perceived Knowledge about Energy Technologies: Empirical Analyses of Deep Geothermal Energy and Hydropower in Switzerland." (R&R).

 

Roman Stutzer, Adrian Rinscheid, Thiago D. Oliveira, Pedro Mendes Loureiro, Aya Kachi, Mert Duygan. “Public Climate Change Counter-Action in Australia Despite Pro-Climate Collective Sentiment on Twitter." (R&R)

Mert Duygan, Aya Kachi, Fintan Oeri, Thiago D. Oliveira and Adrian Rinscheid. "Energy Policymaking in Switzerland: A Survey of Stakeholders' Views, Practices, and Resources." in Swiss Energy Governance: Political, Economic and Legal Challenges and Opportunities in the Energy Transition (edited by Peter Hettich and Aya Kachi) (R&R) [Working paper]

Pascal Gantenbein, Aya Kachi, Mine Melzig and Silvan Keller. “The Rent Premium of Residential Minergie Buildings in Switzerland."

 

Philipp Hunziker, Julian Wucherpfennig, Aya Kachi, Nils-Christian Bormann. “A Scalable MCEM Estimator for Spatio-Temporal Autoregressive Models". [Working paper]

 

Rebecca Lordan-Perret and Aya Kachi. “What Motivates Us to Seek Information About Energy Policies?: Swiss Citizens’ Information Seeking Behavior on Deep Geothermal Energy."

 

Aya Kachi, Rebecca Lordan-Perret and Rahel Grossenbacher. “Acceptability of Deep Geothermal Energy by the Public in Switzerland: The Role of Knowledge, Trust, and Value Orientations"