Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Qualitative Methods
Charlotte Haberstroh studied European Studies at Sciences Po Paris. She obtained her PhD at the Department for Political and Social Sciences at the European University Institute in Florence. Charlotte completed research fellowships at the Institute for Future Studies in Stockholm (2013), at the London School of Economics (2013), and at Sciences Po Paris where she also taught on undergraduate and postgraduate courses (2014). For her studies, she received funding from the German National Academic Foundation and from the French Ministry of Higher Education and Research. As a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Qualitative Methods and co-organiser of the department's Methods Hub she participates in the department's methods teaching and provides methodological support to researchers.
Charlotte Haberstroh's research focuses on comparative political economy of education in Europe. In her doctoral dissertation she studied the politics of equal opportunities in education. She analysed the role of partisan governments in school choice reforms in France, England, and Sweden from 1980 to 2010. Her work seeks to clarify the political determinants of educational inequalities. In her present projects, she further explores the politics of redistribution, specifically of institutional reforms that seek to provide equal access to quality education.
Charlotte Haberstroh's key areas of research focus are (click to expand):
- Comparative Social Policy
- Comparative Political Economy
- Political Economy of Education and Redistribution