Florian Stoeckel, PhD
I am a political scientist interested in comparative politics, European politics, and political psychology. I work as Senior Lecturer at the University of Exeter in the UK. Previously, I was a Max Weber Postdoctoral Fellow at the European University Institute in Florence. I received my PhD from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
University of Exeter
5/8/2022 New article accepted at Vaccine. It is entitled "Stamping the vaccine passport? Public support for lifting COVID-19 related restrictions for vaccinated citizens in France, Germany, and Sweden". Link
31/3/2022 New article accepted at PLOS ONE. It is entitled "Which Vaccine Attributes foster Vaccine Uptake? A Cross-Country Conjoint Experiment", it is coauthored with Sabrina Stöckli, Jack Thompson, Anna Spälti, Joseph Philips, Ben Lyons, Vittorio Merola, Jason Reifler, Matthew Barnfield and Paula Szewach. Link
23/3/2022 New article accepted at the European Journal of Public Health. It is entitled: The Politics of Vaccine Hesitancy in Europe; it is coauthored with Charlie Carter, Ben Lyons, and Jason Reifler. Link.
06/1/2022 New article accepted at the European Journal of Political Research. It is entitled "Political Tolerance in Europe: The Role of Conspiratorial Thinking and Cosmopolitanism"; it is co-authored with Besir Ceka. Link.
28/7/2021 Radio interview with me on Deutschlandfunk Nova (in German) on the relationship between vaccine hesitancy and political attitudes. www.deutschlandfunknova.de/beitrag/impfbereitschaft-kein-impfzwang-sondern-auseinandersetzung-mit-aengsten-der-skeptiker
25/7/2021 Interview with me in the Sunday edition of the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (FAZ, in German) on our research on vaccine hesitancy in Exeter. www.faz.net/aktuell/wissen/medizin-ernaehrung/impfskeptiker-und-populismus-wie-erreicht-man-die-zweifler-17449931.html