Luke is a research associate with the ESRC GPID Research Network at King’s College London. He works on structural change, digital transformation, and political behavior in developing countries. His research is at the intersection of political science, development economics and digital social science.
Luke graduated with a PhD degree from the Department of International Development at King’s. His thesis studied the emergence of ‘new middle classes’ in Indonesia and their effect on new modes of political agency. Specifically, it analysed socioeconomic and demographic determinants of social media activism in areas of political and economic reform. Luke served as graduate teaching assistant and student representative during his doctoral studies.
Prior to King’s, Luke graduated from the University of Vienna, Austria, with a Master’s thesis that evaluated effects of shifting global wealth on foreign aid allocation. He was an exchange student at the University of Vaasa, Finland, where he studied Public Management. Alongside his undergraduate studies, Luke served as assistant to the managing board of the Sir Peter Ustinov Institute. You can download his CV here.
Please feel free to contact Luke at: Lukas.Schlogl (at) kcl.ac.uk
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Cobham, Alex and Schlogl, Lukas and Sumner, Andy (2016), Inequality and the Tails: The Palma Proposition and Ratio, Global Policy, Volume 7, Issue 1. (Link)
Schlogl, Lukas and Sumner, Andy (2014) How Middle Class are the ‘Emerging Middle’ or ‘Scooter Class’ in Indonesia? A Household Asset Approach to Social Stratification. Working Paper in Economics and Development Studies No. 201407. Department of Economics, Padjadjaran University. (Link)
Schlogl, Lukas (2013), The End of Poverty Alleviation? Effects of Shifting Global Wealth on Aid Allocation and Graduation from Foreign Aid Eligibility (Master’s thesis), SSRN. (Link)
Schlogl, Lukas (2013), Die "neue Geografie" der Armut: Welche Implikationen ergeben sich für die Österreichische Entwicklungszusammenarbeit (OEZA)? Policy Note 7, Austrian Foundation for Development Research (ÖFSE), Vienna. (Link)
Obrovsky, Michael und Schlogl, Lukas (2011) Politikkohärenz durch Kohärenzpolitik – Bedingungen für Policy Coherence for Development in Österreich. Edition 17, Austrian Foundation for Development Research (ÖFSE), Vienna. (Link)