Dominik Lober

Master-equivalent (1st State Examination)
Doctoral researcher / Scholarship holder at the Graduate School of Decision Sciences


Curriculum Vitae

Curriculum Vitae

Portrait

Dominik Lober (*1986) studied Political Science, History, and Geography at the University of Heidelberg. He wrote his Examination Thesis about “Interactions between policy-makers and financial markets in times of the Euro-Crisis”.

During his studies he worked as a student assistant at the Chair of International and Comparative Political Economy of Prof. Dr. Stefanie Walter and at the Chair of Economic and Social Geography for Dr. Michael Handke.

Since October 2014 he is a PhD student at the Graduate School of Decision Sciences and is affiliated with the Chair of Political Science, Policy Analysis and Political Theory of Prof. Dr. Marius Busemeyer.

Research interests

Political Economy, Comparative Welfare State Research, Social Inequality and Individual-Level Preferences.