Center: Social Sciences
Klara Müller is a PhD candidate in Political Science at the CDSS. She currently is a research associate at the Chair of Political Science, Political Psychology, and project staff member at the Mannheim Center for European Social Research (GLES Long- and Short-term Panel Studies). She holds a Master’s degree in Political Science from the University of Mannheim and a Bachelor’s degree in Philosophy from the University of Tübingen. Alongside her studies, she worked as a research assistant at the Chair of Quantitative Methods in the Social Sciences at the University of Mannheim and the Swiss Environmental Panel at ETH Zurich. For the German federal election 2021, she was part of the election forecasting project zweitstimme.org, specifically focusing on district predictions and the model adaptation to electoral law changes.
Being generally interested in quantitative methods, Klara’s research focus lies in the field of political behavior and attitude formation. Specifically, she is interested in the dynamics of intra-individual attitudinal change over time and its link to changes in the political context. Besides her PhD research, she has a side interest in philosophy and antisemitism research.