Christine Mölling is a Research Assistant at Technopolis Germany (Frankfurt). During her studies, several internships, and other Research Assistant positions, she has developed expertise in qualitative social science research, as well as in the policy fields of higher education and research and innovation, on EU, as well as on national and regional level. Methods she has worked with include interviews, literature review, desk research, and document and content analysis.
Currently, she works on the institutional evaluation of the Baden-Württemberg Foundation, as well as on the Evaluation of the Funding programme of the Federal Ministry of Research and Education on “Bringing Technology to the People”.
Prior to joining Technopolis Group, she worked as a Research Assistant for the Institute for Applied Economic Research (IAW), where she contributed to the evaluation on the “Impact of the Corona pandemic on counselling, care and support for of long-term benefit recipients according to the SGB II”, which was conducted within a funding programme by the German Federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs. During her time at the IAW, she also contributed to other research projects in the research area of labour markets and social security.
She obtained her bachelor’s degree in European Studies at Chemnitz University of Technology and is currently finishing her master’s degree in the programme ‘Democracy and Governance in Europe’ from University of Tübingen. She studied and worked abroad in Riga, Paris and Brussels. She is fluent in German, English and French.