Bernhard Reinsberg studied political science (B.A., Free University Berlin) and mathematics (B.Sc., University Hagen). Pursuing comparative international studies at ETH Zurich, he particularly works on the political economy of developing countries and official development assistance. Moreover, his academic interests include the application of mathematical methods to political science in general.
Reinsberg, B. (2011). Two Parties – Less Cake. Divided Government and Multilateralism in Foreign Aid. Under Review.
Reinsberg, B. (2011). The Spoils of Oil: Resource Location, Rebel Capabilities and Civil War. Under Review.
Reinsberg, B. (2010). A Sovereign Wealth Fund Reserve Paradox: How Politics Dominates Economics. Working Paper.
Reinsberg, B. (2010). Implications of Voter Interaction on the Optimal Weights Within Heterogeneous Voting Systems. Electronic copy available at: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1699275.
Reinsberg, B. (2009). Sovereign Wealth – No Fund. PIPE Working Paper No. 1/2009. Electronic copy available at: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1530222.
Reinsberg, B. (2008). The Syrian Dilemma: What Politics Can Do to Economic Transition. Paper prepared for the Global Politics Summer School Syria, Damascus.