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Moritz Müller is working as a PhD Candidate at the Institute of Public Administration since February 2018. His research focuses on the factors that influence the decision-making of actors in public organizations when deciding between various policy alternatives. The research is part of the project 2-CAPTURE, which examines driving forces of regulatory capture and the role and impact of societal stakeholders on regulatory governance.
Moritz holds a Bachelor in “Liberal Arts and Sciences: Global Challenges” with a major in Policy Science (cum laude) from Leiden University (2016) and a Master in “Global Business & Sustainability” from Erasmus University Rotterdam (2017). For his Master Thesis he has examined the implications of the legal uncertainty around electric rideables, lobbying dynamics, and power relations in the German transport sector.