Christina Tillmann’s work at the Bertelsmann Stiftung includes extensive research on elections, voter participation, and democracy in Germany. In particular, Tillmann focuses on the social stratification of voter turnout, strengths and weaknesses of German democracy, and integrated approaches to political participation. In addition to co-authoring numerous studies, Tillmann actively works to raise public awareness of these topics and promote reforms.
Tillmann co-authored a book on political strategy and reforms, which reflects her previous work on political management and public sector reform strategies at the Bertelsmann Stiftung. Before joining the Bertelsmann Stiftung, she was a public sector consultant for public management and political strategy. In numerous federal ministries and agencies, she introduced outcome- and impact-oriented management tools and implemented performance-oriented budgeting.
Christina Tillmann holds degrees in political science, public law and public administration from the University of Münster, Germany and the University for Public Administration, Speyer, Germany.
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