Mayerhoffer, Daniel

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Area of research
Computational Social Science
Political Economics
Political Theory
Philosophy of Science
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Daniel is a junior lecturer at the Institute for Political Science, the University of Bamberg since 2018; he pursues his PhD in the field of Computational Social Modelling. He applies Computational Models mainly to questions in Political Epistemology, Collective Behaviour and Economics. Furthermore, he evaluates these models from an analytical and Philosophy of Science perspective.
Daniel holds an MSc in Social Research Methods form the University of Surrey, an MA in Ethics of Textual Cultures from The University of Erlangen-Nuremberg and an MA in Political Science from the University of Bamberg.
In his free time, Daniel enjoys building (allegedly) non-scientific models out of LEGO and extensive political discussions with friends, where he fancies argumentative rigor.