Benjamin Engst recently joint the Collaborative Research Center SFB 884 at the University of Mannheim.
Please contact him there.
Benjamin Engst is a research associate at the Collaborative Research Center SFB 884 at the University of Mannheim in Project C4. His research interests include Comparative Political Behavior, Comparative Political Institutions and Computer-Assisted Text Analysis with a strong focus on Quantitative Methods and an emphasis on Judicial Politics in a cross-European comparison.
Benjamin was a research associate at the Chairs for Comparative Politics at the Leibniz University of Hannover (Germany) and the Georg-August-University of Göttingen (Germany) prior to joining the SFB in Mannheim. He recently submitted his dissertation, entitled: “The Two Faces of Judicial Power: The Dynamics of Judicial-Political Bargaining” at the Center for Doctoral Studies in Social and Behavioral Sciences at the University of Mannheim. Doing research for his dissertation Benjamin has been to Emory University (USA) supported through a Ph.D. Scholarship from the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD). In addition, he was involved in the research project “The Federal Constitutional Court as a Veto Player.”
Benjamin received a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Public Law and a Master of Arts in Political Science from the University of Mannheim (Germany). Moreover, he spent his first year of graduate studies at the Johns Hopkins University (USA). In addition, he was a student assistant at the Chair for Political Science and International Comparative Social Research and received methods training participating in the Essex Summer School in Social Science Data Analysis and the EITM European Summer Institute.
Pleas visit his personal website www.benjamin-engst.de for more information.