Benjamin is a graduate student in Comparative Politics at the University of Konstanz (Germany). His research focuses on applying text-as-data methodologies to improve our understanding of legislative politics. His dissertation deals with European legislatures and the role they played in policy-making processes. Benjamin is also interested in broader topics of comparative politics, such as political parties and representation linkages.
Before starting his PhD, Benjamin obtained a Bachelor in Social Sciences at Sciences Po Bordeaux (France). He also holds a double Master’s degree in Political Science from Sciences Po Bordeaux (France) and the University of Stuttgart (Germany). During his study, he worked as a research assistant in international projects, such as the Comparative Agendas Project and the Comparative Manifesto Project.
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