Samuel D. Schmid

Political Scientist

Curriculum vitae


Selected academic work across related thematic areas


Comparing Immigration Law: A Quantitative Toolbox

Samuel D. Schmid

This is a forthcoming book chapter in the inaugural edition of the Oxford Handbook of Comparative Immigration Law.

The openness-egalitarianism puzzle

Do inclusive societies need closed borders? The association between immigration and citizenship regimes

Samuel D. Schmid

Florence: European University Institute, Department of Political and Social Sciences, 2021

Restricting immigration to foster migrant integration? A comparative study across 22 European countries

Marc Helbling, Stephan Simon, Samuel D. Schmid

Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, vol. 46(13), 2020, pp. 2603-2624

Migration-related policy datasets and trends

Extending Migrants’ Rights but Limiting Long-Term Settlement: Migrant Integration Policy Trends in EU and OECD Countries Between 2010 and 2019

Giacomo Solano, Samuel D. Schmid, Marc Helbling

International Migration Review, online first, 2023

Validating the Immigration Policies in Comparison (IMPIC) Dataset

Samuel D. Schmid, Marc Helbling

WZB Discussion Paper SP VI 2016–202, WZB Berlin Social Science Center, 2016

Electoral inclusion and democracy assessment

Non-universal suffrage: measuring electoral inclusion in contemporary democracies

Samuel D. Schmid, Lorenzo Piccoli, Jean-Thomas Arrighi

European Political Science, vol. 18, 2019, pp. 695–713

Democratic Deficits in Europe: The Overlooked Exclusiveness of Nation-States and the Positive Role of the European Union

Joachim Blatter, Samuel D. Schmid, Andrea Blättler

Journal of Common Market Studies, vol. 55(3), 2017, pp. 449-467

What Happened/s to Inclusion? A Plea and Three Proposals for Closing the Gap between Democratic Theory and Empirical Measurement of Democracies

Joachim Blatter, Andrea Blättler, Samuel D. Schmid

Political Concepts - IPSA Committee on Concepts and Methods Working Paper Series, No. 64, 2015

The Immigrant Inclusion Index (IMIX): A Tool for Assessing the Electoral Inclusiveness of Democracies with Respect to Immigrants

Joachim Blatter, Samuel D. Schmid, Andrea Blättler

University of Lucerne, Department of Political Science, Working Paper Series "Glocal Governance and Democracy" Paper No. 8, 2015

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