Oke Bahnsen

Year: 2017

Center: Social Sciences

Supervisor: Thomas Gschwend

Oke Bahnsen, born in Niebüll in 1991, studied mathematics and economics/politics at the University of Kiel and the University of Gothenburg. In his master thesis he formulated an agent-based model of political opinion dynamics and empirically tested this approach with survey data of government satisfaction in Germany. From 2014 to 2017 he worked as research assistant at the Chair for Applied Political Economy in Kiel and at the Chair for Political Systems in Chemnitz.

Research interests:

  • Coalition Politics     
  • Elections, Public Opinion and Voting Behavior    
  • Agent-Based Modeling

Publications

2020

2016

2021

  • Rehbein, I., Ponzetto, S. P., Adendorf, A., Bahnsen, O., Stoetzer, L. F. & Stuckenschmidt, H. (2021). Come hither or go away? Recognising pre-electoral coalition signals in the news. In M.-F. Moens, X. Huang, L. Specia & S. W.-. Yih (eds.), Proceedings of the 2021 conference on empirical methods in natural language processing (EMNLP 2021) (S. 7798–7810). , Association for Computational Linguistics: Punta Cana, Dominican Republic.
Oke Bahnsen, M.Sc.

Oke Bahnsen, M.Sc.

PhD Candidate and Research Associate
University of Mannheim
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