Daniel Baumann is a research fellow at the Chair of Public Administration and Public Policy at Zeppelin University where he contributes to the current research projects.
One of Daniel's research interests is in area of analysis of international organizations and the relationship between executive bodies and their administrations. In particular, his recent research has focused on computer-assisted text analysis of text corpora on United Nations documents. Another research interest is crisis management of fragile states and in relation to the refugee crisis in Europe.
Daniel graduated with a bachelor's degree in political science from the Otto-Friedrich-University of Bamberg with a focus on International Relations and International Organizations. For his master's degree, he attended the University of Konstanz, where he completed the master's program in Politics and Public Administration with a specialization in International Administration and Conflict Management. During his studies, he interned at the Representation of the Free State of Bavaria to the European Union in Brussels and at the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse in Germany in Berlin. He also worked for the European Business Ethics Network Germany and the Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research.