Nicole Loew works at the Friedrich Ebert Foundation in the Empirical Social and Trend Research department. Before, she was a Research Assistant at the Otto Suhr Institute of Political Science at the Free University Berlin. She studied Political Science, Sociology and Economics in Bonn and Düsseldorf. Her dissertation project deals with populism as a specific understanding of democracy. Besides the supply- and demand-side of populism, she is interested in political opinions, the future of parties, and all questions about a more social Europe and gender equality.
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