Mirjam Dageförde

Mirjam Dageförde is Research Fellow at Humboldt University (Centre Marc Bloch) and Associate Researcher at Sciences Po, Paris (CEE LIEPP).

In autumn 2017 she was awarded a PhD from Sciences Po for her dissertation "Evaluating representation from citizens' perspective: Concepts of congruence, context and Europeans' representational judgments"; jury: Emiliano Grossman (directeur de thèse, Sciences Po), Liesbet Hooghe (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill), Nonna Mayer (CNRS & Sciences Po) Jean-Benoît Pilet (Université libre de Brussels), Nicolas Sauger (Sciences Po), Stephen Whitfield (University of Oxford).

After finishing the PhD, she was a Max Weber Fellow at the European University Institute (EUI) and an OxPo Fellow at the University of OxfordNuffield College. Before joining the EUI, she was researcher and lecturer at Sciences Po’s Euro-American program, a dual degree program in cooperation with Columbia University, Berkeley, and others.

She has an interdisciplinary background, holding degrees in Political Science, Economics and Empirical Social and Political Analysis. Her current research focuses on the relation of citizens and politics, comparative politics, representation, political behavior, public policies and methods. She is particularly interested in citizens’ perceptions and citizens’ evaluation of representation in Europe.

Mirjam taught classes at Sciences Po, at the University of Stuttgart and at the University College London. The topics range from political representation, comparative politics and international politics to research methods.

Research Interests

Citizens and Politics, Political Representation, Comparative Politics, Political Sociology, Research Methods

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