Dalila Lindov

Ph.D. Student


Portrait

Dalila Lindov (*1992) studied Financial Management at the University of Sarajevo and afterwards completed her master’s studies in Economics at the University of Konstanz. The topic of her master’s thesis was “Responsiveness of legislator’s voting behavior to interest groups”. After the completion of her Bachelor studies, Dalila was admitted for a one-year internship at the EU Delegation in Sarajevo. 

During her master’s studies, she worked as a research assistant at the Chair of Political Economy and at the Chair of Public Economics. As of winter semester 2017, she is also a teaching assistant for various courses at the department of economics.

Since October 2017, Dalila is a PhD student at the Graduate School of Decision Sciences and she is affiliated with the Chair of Prof. Dr. Marius Busemeyer for Political Science, Policy Analysis and Political Theory.

Research interests

Political economy of education, interest groups, especially teachers’ unions, inequality and development, as well as public economics and applied microeconomics.