Robin Schütte specialised in digital policies in Germany and the European Union, as well as election and parliament studies. His master’s thesis answers how political fragmentation affects digital infrastructure in OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development) countries. Prior to pursuing a dual degree with the London School of Economics and Political Science, he completed a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science at Freie Universität Berlin. His professional experience includes working for two Members of the German Bundestag on matters relating to digital, infrastructure and legal policies. Moreover, Robin Schütte has worked for WMP EuroCom AG, a communication agency and Bernstein Group, a public affairs consultancy focusing on digital and economic policies. Furthermore, he volunteered in the federal election campaign of 2017 for the Christian Democratic Union of Germany.
Master's thesis title
Political fragmentation and its impact on broadband diffusion in OECD countries: A quantitative analysis