Chair in Economic and Organizational Sociology,
University of Mannheim
Parkring 47, Room 209 (2nd floor)
Timo Böhm began his education studying at the Free University of Berlin (B.A. Political Science) and at the FernUniversität Hagen (B.Sc. Economic Studies). Afterwards, he came to the University of Mannheim for his Master's Degree in Sociology. Starting in 2012, he was a student at the Graduate School of Economic and Social Sciences (GESS) and received his Ph.D. in 2015. During this period, he worked as a research assistant at the Chair of Economic and Organizational Sociology. In fall 2014, he worked at Stanford University as a visiting researcher.
The substantive focus of his dissertation was on the mechanisms of political influence referring to underlying social structures. Therefore, his research interests include social movements, political parties and elite studies. His methodological expertise lies in the field of quantitative methods, network analyses and the implementation of statistical methods in R.