I am doctoral researcher as well as lecturer at the chair of Comparative Politics at the University of Greifswald since winter term 2018/19. Currently, I support the research projects of Professor Jahn for instance by optimizing the t-1-convention for the modeling of time in macro-quantitative large- N designs. As a lecturer I conduct courses on government behavior as well as on transferring theoretical concepts in quantitative dimensions. In my doctoral thesis, I am investigating in the questions how the cohesion of political cabinets affects their chances of survival.
Chair of Comparative Politics
Ernst-Lohmeyer-Platz 3, Room 3.11
Tel.: +49 3834 420 3172
Fax: +49 3834 420 3153
Consultations during summer term 2019 (lecture-free time):
Only by appointment and registration by mail.
Office hours during winter term 2019/20 (lecture time):
Monday-Thursday 9-12 o’clock and 13-16 o’clock Consultations during office hours (registration by mail required)
Since October 2018
Research Associate at the Chair for Comparative Politics, University of Greifswald
October 2017 - September 2018
Student assistance at the Chair for Comparative Politics, University of Greifswald
April 2017 - September 2017
Tutor for Statistics, Junior Professorship for Political Sociology, University of Greifswald
February 2017 - September 2018
Research Assistent at Institute for Political Science and Communication Studies
- Government behaviour
- Party cohesion
- Modeling of political processes
Winter term 2018/19: Political institutions and its measurements (undergraduate seminar)
Summer term 2019: Government performance - formation, duration and practice (graduate seminar)
Winter term 2019/20: Of parties and governments (graduate seminar)
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