Publications

Books (peer-reviewed)

(2) Maggetti, Martino. Philipp Trein. (2024). Patterns of Horizontal Governance: Cross-sectoral Policy and Administrative Reforms in Comparative Perspective. Oxford University Press. Under contract.

(1) Trein, Philipp. (2018). Healthy or Sick? Coevolution of Health Care and Public Health in a Comparative Perspective. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. (publisher link) Paperback (2019)

Journal articles (peer-reviewed)

(40) Trein, Philipp, Thenia Vagionaki. (2024). “Why Policy Failure is a Prerequisite for Innovation in the Public Sector.” Policy & Politics. Forthcoming. (preprint) (journal)

(39) Lemke, Nicole, Philipp Trein, Frédéric Varone (2024). “Defining Artificial Intelligence as a Political Problem: A Discourse Network Analysis from Germany.” European Policy Analysis. Forthcoming. (preprint) (journal)

(38) Domorenok, Ekaterina, Philipp Trein. (2024). “Policy Integration and the Eco-social Debate in Political Analysis.” European Political Science. Forthcoming. (open access)

(37) Trein, Philipp, Martino Maggetti. (2024). “Denationalization and the Recentring of Political Authority in Multilevel Governance.” European Journal for Political Research. Forthcoming. (open access)

(36) Trein, Philipp, Frédéric Varone. (2024). “Citizens’ Opinion about the Use of Personal Data for Public Policy: Trust and Issue Importance.” Journal of European Public Policy. Forthcoming. (open access)

(35) Lemke, Nicole, Philipp Trein, Frédéric Varone. (2023). “Agenda-setting in nascent policy subsystems: Issue and instrument priorities across venues.” Policy Sciences, 56, 633–655. (open access).

(34) Fossati, Flavia, Philipp Trein. (2023). “Social Acceptance of Policy Instrument Design during Times of Crisis.” European Policy Analysis, 9(2), 167-190. (open access)

(33) Deruelle, Thibaud, Veronika Kalougina, Philipp Trein, Joël Wagner. (2023). “Designing Privacy in Personalized Health: An Empirical Analysis.” Big Data & Society, 10(1), 1-9. (open access)

(32) Trein, Philipp, Manuel Fischer, Martino Maggetto, Francesco Sarti. (2023). “Empirical Research on Policy Integration: A Review and New Directions.” Policy Sciences, 56(1), 29-48. (open access)

(31) Cejudo, Guillermo, Philipp Trein. (2023). “Pathways to Policy Integration: A Subsystem Approach.” Policy Sciences, 56(1), 9-27. (open access)

(30) Deruelle, Thibaud, Veronika Kalougina, Philipp Trein, Joël Wagner. (2022). “Is there a “Pandemic Effect” on Individuals’ Willingness to take Genetic Tests?” European Journal of Human Genetics, 1-3. (open access)

(29) Bundi, Pirmin, Philipp Trein. (2022). “Policy Evaluation and Learning.” Policy Sciences, 55, 283–309. (open access)

(28) Fuino, Michel, Philipp Trein, Joël Wagner. (2022). “Does the Regulation of Doctors’ Admissions affect Health Expenditure? Evidence from Switzerland.” BMC Health Services Research, 22(495). (open access)

(27) Maggetti, Martino, Philipp Trein. (2022). “Policy Integration, Problem-solving and the COVID-19 crisis: Lessons for Policy Design.” Policy and Society, 41 (5), 53–67. (open access)

(26) Trein, Philipp, Thenia Vagionaki. (2022). “Learning Heuristics, Issue Salience, and Polarization in the Policy Process.” West European Politics, 45 (4), 906-929. (journal) (preprint)

(25) Trein, Philipp, Michel Fuino, Joël Wagner (2021). “Public Opinion about Health Care and Public Health.” Preventive Medicine Reports, 23, 101460. (open access)

(24) Trein, Philipp, Chris Ansell (2021). “Countering Fragmentation, Taking Back the State, or Partisan Agenda-Setting? Explaining Policy Integration and Administrative Coordination Reforms.” Governance, 34 (4), 1143-1166. (journal) (preprint)

(23) Trein, Philipp, Martino Maggetti, Iris Meyer (2021). “Necessary Conditions for Policy Integration and Administrative Coordination Reforms: An Exploratory Analysis.” Journal of European Public Policy, 28 (9), 1410-1431. (journal) (preprint)

(22) Trein, Philipp, Robbert Biesbroek, Thomas Bolognesi, Guillermo M. Cejudo, Robert Duffy, Thurid Hustedt, Iris Meyer. (2021). “Policy Coordination and Integration: A Research Agenda.” Public Administration Review, 81 (5), 973-977. (journal) (preprint)

(21) Maggetti, Martino, Philipp Trein. (2021). “More is Less: Partisan Ideology, Changes of Government, and Policy Integration Reforms in the UK.” Policy and Society, 40 (1), 79-98. (journal)

(20) Trein, Philipp, Jale Tosun. (2021). “Varieties of Public-private Policy Coordination: How the Political Economy affects Multi-actor Implementation.” Public Policy and Administration, 36 (3), 379-400. (journal) (preprint)

(19) Trein, Philipp, Joël Wagner. (2021). “Governing Personalized Health: A Scoping Review.” Frontiers in Genetics 12(650504). (open access)

(18) Fossati, Flavia, Philipp Trein. (2021). “Cobbler, stick to your Last? Social Democrats’ Electoral Returns from Labour Market Policy.” Journal of Social Policy 50 (1), 188-208. (journal) (preprint)

(17) Trein, Philipp. (2020). “Federal Dynamics, Solidarity, and European Union Crisis Politics.” Journal of European Public Policy 27 (7), 977-994. (journal) (preprint)

(16) Trein, Philipp, Martino Maggetti. (2020). “Patterns of Policy Integration and Administrative Coordination Reforms: A Comparative Empirical Analysis.” Public Administration Review 80 (2), 198-208. (journal) (preprint)

(15) Trein, Philipp. (2020) “Bossing or Protecting? The Integration of Social Regulation into the Welfare State.” The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 691 (1), 104-120. (journal) (preprint)

(14) Vagionaki, Thenia, Philipp Trein. (2020). “Learning in Political Analysis.” Political Studies Review 18 (2), 304-319. (journal) (preprint)

(13), De Francesco, Fabrizio, Philipp Trein. (2020). “How does Corruption affect the Adoption of Lobby Registers? A Comparative Analysis” Politics and Governance 8 (2), 116-127. (replication archive) (journal) (preprint)

(12) Trein, Philipp, Iris Meyer, Martino Maggetti. (2019). “The Integration and Coordination of Public Policies: A Systematic Comparative Review.” Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis: Research and Practice 21(4), 332-349. (journal) (supplementary material) (preprint)

(11) Trein, Philipp, Eva Thomann, Martino Maggetti. (2019). “Integration, Functional Differentiation, and Problem-solving in Multilevel Governance.” Public Administration 97(2), 339-354. (journal)

(10) Maggetti, Martino, Philipp Trein. (2019). “Multi-Level Governance and Problem-Solving: Towards a Dynamic Theory of Multi-Level Policymaking?” Public Administration 97(2), 355-369. (journal)

(9) Bonoli, Giuliano, Marcello Natili, Philipp Trein. (2019). “A Federalist’s Dilemma: Tradeoffs between Social Legitimacy and Budget Responsibility in Multitiered Welfare States.” Journal of European Social Policy 29(1), 56-69. (journal) (preprint)

(8) Trein, Philipp. (2017). “€œA New Way to compare Horizontal Connections of Policy Sectors: ‘Coupling’ of Actors, Institutions and Policies.” Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis, Research and Practice 19(5), 419-434.(journal) (preprint)

(7) Trein, Philipp. (2017). “Coevolution of Policy Sectors: A Comparative Analysis of Healthcare and Public Health,” Public Administration 95(3), 744-758. (journal) (preprint)

(6) Trein, Philipp, Ruth Beckmann, Stefanie Walter. (2017). “German Voters in Times of Crisis: The Impact of Perceptions and Economic Context on Electoral Behavior.” German Politics  26(3), 414-439. (journal) (preprint)

(5) Trein, Philipp (2017). “€œEuropeanisation beyond the European Union: The Case of Tobacco Advertisement Regulation in Switzerland.” Journal of Public Policy 37(2), 133-142. (journal) (replication archive) (preprint)

(4) Maggetti, Martino, Christian Ewert, Philipp Trein. (2017). “€Not Quite the Same: œRegulatory Intermediaries in Admission of Pharmaceuticals and Medical Devices.” Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 670(1), 152-169. (journal) (preprint)

(3) Bonoli, Giuliano, Philipp Trein. (2016). “œCost-shifting in Multitiered Welfare States: Responding to Rising Welfare Caseloads in Germany and Switzerland.” Publius: The Journal of Federalism 46(4), 568-595. (journal)

(2) Trein, Philipp, Dietmar Braun. (2016). “How Do Fiscal Decentralized Federations fare in Times of Crisis? Insights from Switzerland.” Regional and Federal Studies 26(2), 199-220. (journal) (preprint)

(1) Braun, Dietmar, Philipp Trein. (2014). “Federal Dynamics in Times of Crises.” European Journal of Political Research 53(4), 803-821. (journal) (online appendix)

Special issue, Symposium & edited book (editor and peer-reviewed)

(4) Cejudo, Guillermo, Philipp Trein (2023). “Policy Integration as a Political Process.” Policy Sciences, 56(1), 3-8. (journal)

(3) Trein, Philipp, Eva Thomann, Martino Maggetti. (2019). “Integration, Functional Differentiation, and Problem-solving in Multilevel Governance.” Public Administration 97(2), 339-354. (journal)

(2) Thomann, Eva, Philipp Trein, Martino Maggetti. (2019). “What’s the Problem? Multilevel Governance and Problem-Solving.” European Policy Analysis 5(1), 37-57. (journal)

(1) Dunlop, Claire, Claudio Radaelli, Philipp Trein. (eds.) (2018). Learning in Public Policy: Analysis, Modes and Outcomes. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke. (publisher link)

Book chapters

(12) Trein, Philipp, Christian Rüefli, Adrian Vatter. (2023). “Health Policy.” In Handbook of Swiss Politics, eds. Yannis Papadopoulos, Pascal Sciarini, Adrian Vatter, Silja Häusermann, Patrick Emmenegger, Flavia Fossati. Oxford University Press, Oxford. (preprint)

(11) Trein, Philipp. (2022). “Health policy in a comparative perspective.” In De Gruyter Handbook of Contemporary Welfare States, ed. Bent Greve. De Gruyter, Berlin. (preprint)

(10) Trein, Philipp. (2022). “Multilevel governance.” In Encyclopedia of EU Public Policy, eds. Paolo Graziano, Jale Tosun. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham. (preprint)

(9) Trein, Philipp, Adrian Vatter, Christian Rüefli. (2022). “Gesundheitspolitik.” In Handbuch der Schweizer Politik, eds. Yannis Papadopoulos, Pascal Sciarini, Adrian Vatter, Silja Häusermann, Patrick Emmenegger, Flavia Fossati. NZZ Verlag, Zürich. (preprint)

(8) Bonoli, Giuliano, Philipp Trein. (2022). “National-regional-local shifting games in multi-tiered welfare states.” In  Handbook of Urban Social Policies. International perspectives on multilevel governance and local welfare, eds. Yuri Kazepov, Eduardo Barberis, Roberta Cucca and Elisabetta Mocca. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham. (preprint)

(7) Hustedt, Thurid, Philipp Trein. (2020). “Koordination und Integration im E-Government.” In Handbuch Digitalisierung in Staat und Verwaltung, eds. Tanja Klenk, Frank Nullmeier, Göttrik Wewer. Springer, Cham. (preprint)

(6) Trein, Philipp. (2019). “Health Policy.” In Swiss Public Administration: Making the State Work successfully, eds. Andreas Ladner, Yves Emery, Nils Soguel, Sophie Weerts and Stefan Nahrath. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, 323-338. (publisher link (ungated)) (preprint)

(5) Trein, Philipp. (2018). “Median Problem Pressure and Policy Learning: An Exploratory Analysis of European Countries.” In Learning in Public Policy: Analysis, Modes and Outcomes, eds. Claire Dunlop, Claudio Radaelli, Philipp Trein. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, 243-266. (preprint) (publisher link)

(4) Dunlop, Claire A., Claudio M. Radaelli, Philipp Trein.  (2018). “Introduction: The Family Tree of Policy Learning.” In Learning in Public Policy: Analysis, Modes and Outcomes, eds. Claire Dunlop, Claudio Radaelli, Philipp Trein. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, 1-25. (preprint) (publisher link)

(3) Braun, Dietmar, Philipp Trein. (2013). “Consolidation Policies in Federal Countries.” In Liber Amicorum Manfred Schmidt, ed. Klaus Armingeon. VS Verlag, Wiesbaden, 139-161. (preprint)

(2) Braun, Dietmar, Philipp Trein. (2013). “Economic Crisis and Federal Dynamics.” In Federal Dynamics: Continuity, Change and Varieties of Federalism, eds. Arthur Benz and Jörg Broschek. Oxford University Press, New York, 341-365. (preprint)

(1) Beckmann, Ruth, Philipp Trein, Stefanie Walter. (2011). “Die Wirtschaftslage entscheidet Wahlen, oder: ‘It’s the economy, stupid!’” In Der deutsche Wähler: Demaskierung eines Mythos, eds. Evelyn Bytzek and Sigrid Roßteutscher. Nomos, Baden Baden, 231-252. (preprint)

Research reports and working papers (selection)

Trein, Philipp. (2018). “ESPN Flash Reports: Cost Containment and Equity Concerns in Swiss Healthcare Policy.” European Commission, Brussels. (full text)

Trein, Philipp. (2018). “ESPN Thematic Report on Challenges in Long-term Care in Switzerland.” European Commission, Brussels. (full text)

Trein, Philipp. (2017). “ESPN Flash Reports: Switzerland implements a national strategy to prevent non-communicable diseases.” European Commission, Brussels. (full text)

Trein, Philipp. (2016). “ESPN Thematic Report on Work-Life Balance Measures for Persons of Working Age with Dependent Relatives in Switzerland.” European Commission, Brussels. (full text)

Trein, Philipp. (2016). “ESPN Flash Reports: Swiss parliament votes down a proposal to permanently ban the new admission of doctors.” European Commission, Brussels. (full text)

Trein, Philipp (2016). “Incentives or Regulation? The Effects of Fiscal Rules and Subnational Tax Autonomy on Government Finances.” (full text)

Trein, Philipp, Christian Ruiz-Palmero (2016). “Fiscal Centralization in Times of Crisis: Evidence from 11 Federal States.” (full text)

Bonoli, Giuliano, Philipp Trein. (2015). “Best Practice Report on Policy Learning Infrastructures in Innovative Labour Larket Policies.” INSPIRES Working Paper Series, European Commission, Brussels. (full text)

Trein, Philipp, Giuliano Bonoli, Delia Pisoni. (2015). “Policy Learning in Europe: Social Policy and Labour Market Reforms in 11 Countries.” INSPIRES Working Paper Series, European Commission, Brussels. (full text)

Bonoli, Giuliano, Delia Pisoni, Philipp Trein. (2015). “Labour Market Innovations and Policy Learning: Report Switzerland.” INSPIRES Working Paper Series, European Commission, Brussels. (full text)

Trein, Philipp. (2015). “ESPN Flash Report: Implementation of the Revised Bill on Epidemics in Switzerland.” European Commission, Brussels.

Blogs, Reviews, Newspaper articles & Interviews

(9) Fossati, Flavia, Philipp Trein (2020). “Who Benefits Politically from Short-Time Work Policy? Evidence from Germany.” The Social Policy Blog.

(8) (June 12, 2020). “Le “coronagraben” suit la courbe des infections.” Le Temps, article by Céline Zünd.

(7) (March 22, 2020). Was bedeutet der Schweizer Föderalismus für das Krisenmanagement? Interview im Echo der Zeit von Radio SRF.

(6) Trein, Philipp (2019). “Book Review of Knowledge, policymaking and learning for European cities and regions, edited by Franceso N. Dotti.” Local Government Studies 45(4), 597-599. (journal)

(5) Trein, Philipp (2018). “Keine Tabakwerbung dank der EU?.” DeFacto.

(4) Bonoli, Giuliano, Delia Pisoni, Philipp Trein. (2017). “€En Europe, le temps se gâte pour l’État-providence.” La vie économique. Plateforme de l’économie politique.

(3) Trein, Philipp. (2016). “Schweizer Föderalismus in Krisenzeiten: Stabilität durch Anpassungsfähigkeit.” DeFacto.

(2) Trein, Philipp. (2016). “How did the EU ban on tobacco advertising transfer to some of the Swiss cantons?” JPUBLICPOLICY.

(1) Braun, Dietmar, Philipp Trein. (2014). “Economic and Financial Crises can change the Dynamics of Federal Relationships.” Democratic Audit Blog, LSE, London.