In his work, Djurre concentrates on issues surrounding the implementation of digital technology, such as the automation of work and the influence of digitalisation on democracy.
Education and Career
Djurre studied Public Governance and Management (BSc) at the University of Utrecht. As part of his bachelor's degree he participated in an exchange programme at the Universidad Complutense in Madrid, where he studied Spanish and international relations. Afterward, he graduated in Political Science and Social Science (cum laude) at the University of Amsterdam. For his master's thesis in social sciences he researched the influence of digitalisation on work and the public sector. For the next 3 years, he worked as researcher for the Scientific Council for Government Policy. During his time there he took part in the following projects: "Toekomst van werk", "Middenklassen onder druk", and "(On)gelijkheid en gezondheid". At the The Netherlands Institute for Social Research he participated in the final evaluation of the Participation Law.