Jelle Turkenburg is a PhD-candidate from September 2021 at the faculty of Behavioural, Management and Social Sciences at the University of Twente. His research is on the effect of democratic innovations on citizens in the Netherlands. Apart from that, Jelle's field of interest relates to, among other things, political participation and technology.
In 2020, Jelle obtained his Master degree in Public Administration at the Vrije Universiteit in Amsterdam and wrote his thesis about the effects of internet usage on protest participation in the Netherlands. The latter was nominated for the Brasz-thesis prize 2020. Jelle also holds a Master degree in Business Administration at the University of Amsterdam, with a thesis written about the effect of organisational stakeholder cultures on turnover intentions.
For more information on about his past activities, please refer to his LinkedIn-page