Center: Social Sciences
Lukas Warode is a doctoral candidate in political science (CDSS) at the Graduate School of Economic and Social Sciences (GESS) and a researcher at the Mannheim Centre for European Social Research (MZES). He is a research associate in the DFG funded project “Dynamics of Government-Opposition Parliamentary Relations and Public Attitudes“ (Dr. Or Tuttnauer). Lukas studied political science at the University of Bremen and data science for public policy at the Hertie School in Berlin.
He is primarily interested in data-driven approaches in political science, especially the conceptualization and measurement of political dimensions, ideal point estimation of political actors, and theoretical and methodological approaches to ideology in general. During his studies, he worked as a research assistant for the ParlGov project at the University of Bremen and in Daniel Ziblatt's unit “Transformations of Democracy” at the WZB Berlin. Besides his involvement in research, he works for POLITICO as a Data Researcher.