Karsten Tingleff Vestergaard is affiliated with Think Tank EUROPA in connection with the Business PhD project "Explaining Euroscepticism - A new multidimensional approach to understanding and theorizing longitudinal developments across the EU countries".
The research project is carried out in collaboration between Think Tank EUROPA, the University of Copenhagen and the Danish Innovation Fund, and the purpose is to explain what conditions are important for the development of the European people's Euroscepticism when focusing on both individual and national characteristics.
Karsten became a graduate of political science from the University of Copenhagen in 2015, with a thesis on MEPs' voting patterns in the European Parliament, focusing particularly on what happens when MEPs receive divergent instructions from their national party and their European party group.
Previously, he has worked with surveys and statistical analysis of economic and political issues at the consultancy Advice, where he has worked with projects for both private companies, public institutions and interest organizations. He has also previously been affiliated with the University of Copenhagen in connection with a major Danish election research projects on attitude formation and voting.