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affiliation: I am a postdoctoral researcher with the perzepEU ('Cohesion in Europe - Perceptions and Fields of Action') project at the Hertie School, Berlin and the Chair of Inequality Research and Social Stratification Analysis at the University of Potsdam.
research interests: My research lies at the intersection of sociology and political science with a focus on quantitative research methods and research designs. It primarily focusses on the ways in which perceived economic inequalities (i.e., income and wealth inequality) influence the formation of political preferences and attitudes.
publications: Breznau, N. et al., 2022. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 119(44). e2203150119. Bobzien, L. & F. Kalleitner, 2021. Attitudes towards European financial solidarity during the covid-19 pandemic: Evidence from a net-contributor country. European Societies. 23(1). 791-804. Bobzien, L., 2020. Polarized perceptions, polarized preferences? Understanding the relationship between inequality and preferences for redistribution. Journal of European Social Policy. 30(2). 206-224.
projects: perzepEU: Cohesion in Europe - Perception and Fields of Action, Hertie School WoCo: Work&Corona, University of Vienna & Hertie School