Connor Hogan, BA MSc

Portrait photo of Connor Hogan.

Photo source: Brian Morrison.


Neues Institutsgebäude
Universitätsstr. 7/2. Stick
Zi.- Nr.: B 205
1010 Wien
T: +43-1-4277-494 49

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Short biography

Connor Hogan earned his Master of Science in Politics from University College Dublin (2021), where he also tutored in Political Theory and Comparative Politics. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Politics, Philosophy and Economics from Queen’s University, Belfast (2017). During his undergraduate studies, he spent two semesters at the University of Stockholm. For his master’s thesis, he explored how systems of labour law develop in extreme physical environments, to assess how the rights of future workers may be protected in outer space. He has also written on issues of citizenship and UK-EU space policy. As a pre-doctoral researcher within the Digitize! Project he is developing ethical and social standards for the collection and use of data in Computational Social Sciences. As part of this project he helped develop the Public Value Assessment Tool (PLUTO).

Research interests

Political theory; political philosophy; labour rights; labour law; space policy; space law; regulation and governance; computational social science; labour market transformation and technological change; digitalization

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