Professor of Political Arithmetic, University of Amsterdam

Daniel Mügge is Professor of Political Arithmetic at the political science department of the University of Amsterdam. In his research, he analyses the political underbelly of macroeconomic indicators and the political origins of the formulas through which we calculate them.

In 2009, Daniel's dissertation on European financial markets had been honoured with the ECPR Jean Blondel prize as best European political science dissertation of the year. He spent the first half of 2012 as a visiting scholar at the Center for European Studies at Harvard University; he returned to spend the whole academic year 2014/15 there, as well.

Experience

  • –present
    Professor of Political Arithmetic at the political science department, University of Amsterdam