Center: Social Sciences
Domantas Undzėnas is a PhD candidate at the Graduate School of Economic and Social Sciences (GESS) at the University of Mannheim and a research associate at the chair of Political Science, Quantitative Methods in the Social Sciences. He holds a Master’s degree in Political Science from the University of Mannheim, where he majored in Political Psychology and Quantitative Methods. For his Bachelor’s, he studied International Relations at the University of Leeds, UK. During his Master’s, Domantas worked as a student assistant at the Chair of Econometrics at the Department of Economics.
In his research, Domantas focuses on explaining and reducing prejudice against minorities, populism, and the far-right in Europe. Methodologically, he is interested in simulation-based inference, imputation algorithms for missing data, and (quasi)experimental methods.