Justus is a PhD candidate in the Department of Political Economy at King’s College London, where his research focusses on behavioural political economy.He is particularly focussed on the question of how far citizens, voters, party members and politicians live up to the epistemic standards political theory expects of them while using a broad range of quantitative methods to address these topics.
Justus is a trained economist and political scientist, who received a double degree BA from the University of Erfurt and an MA in political economy from King’s College London. Alongside his PhD, Justus acts as head of organisation and communication for a think tank in Germany where he is in lively contact with government officials, politicians and fellow think tankers from all over the world.
Essays in Behavioural Political Economy
- Behavioural economics
- Public choice
- Political theory
- Public opinion
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