Alisa Trojansky is a dual degree candidate at SciencesPo Paris and the Hertie School. Her interests are European Union labour markets, employment and social policies. During her Master in Public Policy, she studied policies for non-standard workers, social dialogue, pension regulations and European social policy. This degree complements her Bachelor of Arts in Politics and Public Administration, which she attained at the University of Konstanz. Alisa gained practical experience at the German Federal Ministry for Family Affairs, Senior Citizens, Women and Youth, the Representation of the State of Baden-Württemberg to the European Union, Capgemini Invent, and the Körber-Stiftung’s department for international politics. In her free time, she engaged as a student representative in Berlin and Paris, where she led the French section of the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung’s scholar community.
Master’s thesis title
When the new self-employed grow old: A comparative study of the integration of new forms of self-employment into European pension regimes