Andrea Giuliani specialised in welfare state policies, public sector digitalisation and coding with R during his studies at the Hertie School. Prior to his graduate studies, he completed a Bachelor of Arts in International Relations: Politics and History with a minor in Global Economics and Management at Jacobs University. While at the Hertie School, he spent an exchange semester at Duke University. Complementing his academic experience, he completed two internships at the Permanent Mission of the Republic of San Marino to the United Nations Office at Geneva. Additionally, Andrea worked as a graduate student at Syspons and Capgemini on the digitalisation of the German public sector. He took part in the Global Public Policy Network Conference in Singapore in March 2019, and he is a fellow at the Young Global Changers programme.
Master’s thesis title
The European Commission’s response to public opinion