Angele Delevoye is a Ph.D. student in Political Science with research interests in public policy and quantitative methods. Her current research agenda focuses on policy innovations, the role expertise and scientific evidence play in them, and how and whether new forms of institutional arrangements can contribute. One of these new forms of institutional arrangements are Citizen Assemblies. Angele studies the Citizen Assemblies currently being organized by the French government, how information is used in them, the policy proposals that come out of them, and their role in a possible democratic renewal in France and in Europe. Prior to joining Yale, Angele worked for the French Treasury in the United States, following American economic and financial developments for the French Government and focusing on financial regulation, budgetary, fiscal and health issues.