Claudia Landwehr

Claudia Landwehr is a professor of public policy at the Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz. She has been a co-organizer of the German Democratic Anxieties project, which collaborates closely with the SSRC. Her work focuses on citizens’ conceptions of democracy and the design of democratic institutions. Before joining the faculty at Mainz, she was a Schumpeter Fellow at the Goethe University Frankfurt and a visiting scholar at Harvard University and the Australian National University. She is the author of Political Conflict and Political Preferences: Communicative Action Between Facts, Norms and Interests (ECPR Press, 2009) and has published articles in the Journal of Political Philosophy, Governance, European Journal of Political Research, and numerous other journals. Her most recent publications deal with citizens’ conflicting normative conceptions of democracy (Political Studies, 2017) and their preferences over decision-making procedures (Political Studies, 2019).

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