Lukas Thiele studied Political Science and History at the University of Freiburg and the University of Copenhagen from 2012 to 2016. He completed his Master’s degree in Public Policy and Management at the University of Potsdam. During his studies he worked as a research assistant at the Chair for German Politics and Government. Since November 2019 he is a research fellow and doctoral student in the EU Horizon 2020 project TROPICO (Transforming into Open, Innovative and Collaborative Governments).
Lukas Thiele studies the digital transformation of the public sector. He focuses on the relationship between the use of information and communication technologies (ICT) and democracy, especially in concern to participatory processes. Moreover, his research interests include the analysis of voting behaviour, climate and environmental politics and public policy.
Thiele, L. (2020): Towards participatory policy-making? A framework for measuring e-participation adoption by local governments in the UK and Germany, Vortrag auf der EGPA Annual Conference (Virtual Event), 03. – 04. September 2020.
Thiele, L. (2020): Wie demokratisch ist E-Democracy? Zur Vermessung der demokratischen Qualität digitaler Informations- und Partizipationsinstrumente auf lokaler Ebene, presentation at the 13th Annual Conference of the "Forum Junge Staats-, Policy- und Verwaltungsforschung (FoJuS)", "Zukunft der Verwaltung, Verwaltung der Zukunft", Helmut-Schmidt-University Hamburg, 27- 28. February 2020, Hamburg.