Christian Davepon holds a dual degree from Sciences Po Paris, where he specialised in digital and new technology as well as public policy. Prior to his graduate studies, he completed a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy and Economics at the University of Bayreuth in Germany. He also has studied abroad at the Université Catholique de Lille in France and Tel Aviv University in Israel. In 2015, Christian co-founded a company in the field of online participation, helping cities and governments integrate their stakeholders’ ideas and suggestions into their decision-making processes in an efficient way. Over the years he has developed a particular interest in public policy in a technology driven world and has focused on the negative aspects of digitisation as well as its potential for improving lifestyles. Christian holds a scholarship awarded by Cusanuswerk.
Master’s thesis title
Hype or sustainable solution? The potential of online political participation at the German federal level