Sefan Haußner (MA) is research associate at the Jean-Monnet-Chair of European Integration and European Politics. He is alumnus of the Masters programme “MA Survey Methodology” at the University of Duisburg-Essen. Previous he successfully completed the Bachelor programme “Politics and Society” at the University of Bonn. The focus of his studies is on methods of empirical social research. Through his MA degree programme he acquired extensive knowledge of quantitative and qualitative methods, particularly in the area of data collection and analysis. During his studies he worked e.g. on topics like “international comparability of survey questionnaires” and “social desirability in large scale surveys”. In his master thesis, he evaluated the usability of Multiple Imputation on vote choice preferences in several European countries. His research deals with compliance of European core norms in EU member states and non-EU countries, the analysis of German right-wing populism and the structure of Nonvoters in the European Union.
Research Interests: European Integration, European Union Voting Systems, Data Mining and Analyses, Right-Wing Movements.