Articles by Markus Freitag

August 8, 2023

How do French and German voters view arms exports?

Markus Freitag
The war in Ukraine has focussed attention on public attitudes to arms exports. New research by Lukas Rudolph, Markus Freitag, and Paul Thurner finds that in France and Germany, while a small minority is in principled opposition, a large majority makes nuanced trade-offs when articulating their positions on the issue of arms exports
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Markus Freitag
Independent Scholar

Markus is a data scientist in insurance and an independent researcher with a background in political science.

Previously, he held positions as a Research Fellow at LMU Munich and as a data analyst in pharma.

His research interests are statistical methodology, causal inference, and statistical programming in Python, R, and Julia.

He is interested in the fields of political behaviour, political economy, and discrimination.

He tweets @MarkusGFreitag

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