Alix d'Agostino

Alix d'Agostino

Doktorandin

alix.dagostino@uzh.ch

Curriculum Vitae

“Alix successfully finished her undergraduate studies in Political Science, with free credits in Economics and History, in 2018 at the University of Lausanne. Graduate studies followed, receiving a Master’s Degree in Political Science with a focus in Political Data Journalism in 2020 from University of Zurich (UZH). Her Master’s thesis examined the repercussions of biased rankings, using the Trafficking in Persons Reports as a case study. In addition to her studies, she worked as a student research assistant at the Chair of Political Methodology and for the Digital Democracy Lab. Since 2020, Alix is a doctoral candidate at the Chair for Democracy Research and Public Governance at the UZH under Prof. Dr. Daniel Kübler’s supervision. She is working on the ValPar.CH project on Module D. The latter concerns the analysis of the policy process, including policy instruments and objectives, of regional nature parks.”