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Anja Durovic is a PhD candidate in Political Science at Sciences Po (CEE/LIEPP) where she pursues her doctoral research under the joint supervision of Nonna Mayer and Vincent Tiberj. Her dissertation concentrates on the comparative analysis of the evolution of gender inequalities in political participation in Western Europe, more precisely, on the examination of the impact of generational change and contrasting institutional settings on participatory gender inequalities. Anja holds a Bachelor degree in Political Science and Public Law from the University of Mannheim (2013) and graduated with a Master degree in Comparative Political Sociology from Sciences Po in 2015. During the spring semester of 2017, she was an OxPo doctoral fellow at the University of Oxford. She is also member of the international research project Money Talks: Gendered Electoral Financing in Democratic and Democratizing States (based at the University of Bergen).
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Comparative Politics, Political Behaviour, Gender Inequalities in Politics, Political Representation
Thèse : The gender gap paradox: cohort change, political institutions and the evolution of gender inequalities in political participation, sous la direction de Nonna Mayer et Vincent Tiberj (Sciences Po Bordeaux)
- A not so silent revolution: The new power of old divides in European politics
- The French elections of 2017: shaking the disease?
- Newton, K., Van Deth JW. 2016. Foundations of Comparative Politics. Democracies of the Modern World. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 3rd ed.
- Le gender gap de la participation politique revisité (Interview)
- Hommes et femmes face au politique