Dr. Daniela Beyer

Post-Doctoral Researcher


Curriculum Vitae

Curriculum Vitae

Portrait


Daniela Beyer (*1989) studied political science with a focus on comparative politics at the University of Mannheim for her Bachelor`s degree before she moved to Bologna, Italy, for an interdisciplinary Master`s degree at the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Affairs.
As a doctoral student, she was a member of the Graduate School of Decision Sciences and worked at the working group of Prof. Dr. Christian Breunig.
Her dissertation project examined "The Policy Consequences of the European Project: From Politics to Policies in the EU and the Member States." The focus was on the consequences of European integration for decision-making processes from a comparative perspective.
In addition to the three papers of the cumulative dissertation, she contributed to two book chapters on the Punctuated Equilibrium theory and an article on the explanation of individual-level determinants of Most Important Problems. Since October 2017, Daniela Beyer is a postdoctoral fellow in the team of Prof. Dr. Marius Busemeyer.
Daniela Beyer has been teaching seminars on various topics in English and German: support for political institutions, comparative European politics, consequences of EU membership, public opinion and policy-making, and European Political Economy.