I am a Researcher at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin (Centre Marc Bloch) and at Sciences Po Paris (CEE & LIEPP). Currently, I am also chercheuse invitée at the Paris School of Economics (invited by Jean-François Laslier and Thomas Piketty).
I was awarded a PhD from Sciences Po Paris. While completing my PhD, I moved to Italy, where I was a Max Weber Fellow at the European University Institute (EUI) in Florence and I was an OxPo Fellow at the University of Oxford, Nuffield College. At Sciences Po, I was also a Researcher and Lecturer in the Euro-American program, a dual degree program in cooperation with Columbia University, Berkeley, and others.
I have an interdisciplinary background, holding degrees in Political Science, Economics and Empirical Social and Political Analysis. My current research focuses on the relation of citizens and politics, comparative politics, political psychology, representation, political behavior, public policies and methods. I am particularly interested in citizens’ perceptions and citizens’ evaluation of representation or public policies. I analyze how represenation changes in times of crisis and how the contexts impacts on citizens' representational judgments or on the appreciation of public policies. Recently, I started working on inequality and human values. My regional focus is Europe and, in particular, France and Germany.
most recently published:
Mirjam Dageförde, Emiliano Grossman (2020): Why are citizens satisfied with public policies (or not)? Paris, Sciences Po LIEPP.
Higher School of Economics, Moscow (April 2020) #westayhome
Paris School of Economics, Paris (June 2020)
German Historical Institute, Paris (June & December 2020)
June Conference, EUI, Florence (June 2020) #westayhome
EPSA Conference, Prague (June 2020) #westayhome
Sciences Po, Paris (November 2020)
Sciences Po, PolEcon Workshop, Paris-Brussels-Lille (December 2020)