Julian Schuessler

Hi! I am a PhD Student at the Graduate School of Decision Sciences at the Universität Konstanz, Germany. I am also affiliated with the Center for Data and Methods. Before, I studied at University of Bremen, Germany, and University of Essex, UK.


My seminar on Causal Graphs was awarded the "Causality in Statistics Education Award" 2019 by the American Statistical Association. I'm very honoured! You can find course material here.


I do research on public support for the European Union, political economy, and quantitative methods. Methodologically, I'm interested in non-parametric causal inference, especially using graphs.

2019. "Graphical Causal Models for Survey Inference" (with Peter Selb). Working Paper.

2019. "Can the EU Buy Public Support?". Working Paper.


In the summer term 2018, I taught a seminar on Causal Graphs at the University of Konstanz. You can find course material here.

I also taught a seminar on the gender wage gap ("When is Equal Pay Day?") at the German National Academic Foundation's Summer Academy in Leysin, together with David Birke and Matthias Weierer.

I regularly teach tutorials on Research Design for Causal Inference at the University of Konstanz.


You can find my CV here. I'm on Twitter. You can contact me via mail by putting "polsci" in front of the "at" and then putting the domain of this website behind it.

The style of this website was inspired by Cosma Shalizi's homepage. Imprint.