Angel Miklashevsky is a doctoral researcher at the Chair of Public Administration& Public Policy at Zeppelin University.
His research focuses on interactions between public administration and the migrant population, representative bureaucracy, and bureaucratic politics.
Currently, Angel investigates in his dissertation project “DiversityImpacts” to what extent a demographically representative bureaucracy acts more responsive to public expectations and, as a result, impacts public perceptions of administrative performance. The project focuses on the demographic characteristic of ethnicity and the policy field of immigration and migrant integration policy.
His previous projects dealt with participative governance and grassroots immigrant organizations, coordination and management issues in migration governance during the European Refugee Crisis of 2015/2016, and diversity management in public administration.
Angel holds an M.A. in Public Administration and Public Policy and a B.A. in Political Science, Public Administration, and Sociology – both from the Universität Potsdam. He was also a visiting student at Freie Universität Berlin and Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. After graduation, he worked for the German Institute for Economic Research (DIW) in Berlin and the German Research Institute for Public Administration (FÖV) Speyer. Angel's studies and research have been funded by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) and the Friedrich Ebert Foundation.