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Politics of Inequality
Cluster of Excellence . We study how people perceive , how it leads to collective mobilization, and how political actors respond to it.
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Politics of Inequality Sep 29
We're greatly pleased to welcome another Senior Fellow at our Cluster: Jan Germen Janmaat of has arrived yesterday and will be staying until the end of November. He will work closely with our project on "Student Perceptions of Inequality". Welcome to , Germ!
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Politics of Inequality Sep 28
This fall, we find ourselves with some very illustrious guests. The latest arrival we have the pleasure of welcoming is Rogers Brubaker of . Welcome to Konstanz!
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Politics of Inequality Sep 23
Dazu relevant: Wie empfinden denn die Beschäftigten die -Situation? --> Policy Paper von , Kilian Hampel und Sophia Zimmermann auf Basis repräsentativer Befragung auf dem Höhepunkt des "Lockdown". Zum Nachlesen:
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Nadja Wehl Sep 18
📢New Publication!🥳 in 's journal ➡️I start with the values versus self-interest debate ➡️propose how to "go beyond" ➡️& end up analysing soc. policy attitude changes after job loss etc (1/5)
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Nils B. Weidmann Sep 22
Please share widely: I'm offering a postdoctoral position as part of our Excellence Cluster . Details and online application here:
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Cambridge University Press Sep 22
The authors of ‘A Loud but Noisy Signal’, , and , share their thoughts on how public opinion can shape policy-making in the field of education:
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Nils B. Weidmann Sep 20
From Megan MacDuffee Metzger's excellent review of our book in : "Overall, the book is an incredibly important contribution, both empirically and theoretically, to our understanding of how new technologies have an impact on protest."
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Politics of Inequality Sep 21
Because some things just bear repeating: There's still time to apply as research group leader (open topic). Come join us and build up your very own group to research your very own topic in research
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Politics of Inequality Sep 17
Thanks for the great results thread, Julian, and congrats on your book! Came for the topic, stayed for the memes... 😁
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Julian Garritzmann Sep 17
Why does sometimes, but not always, affect policy-making? Our new book addresses this core question using the case of education policy. What do people want when it comes to education? Do they ever get what they want? (Thread)
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Politics of Inequality Sep 17
Replying to @SushilSuresh1 @kstrump
Dear Sushil, a bit of clarification: this was just to announce that Kris-Stella is going to be doing research with us in Konstanz until the end of the year. She IS going to hold a colloquium talk during that time (on 1 Dec), however that talk will be live and via Zoom only.
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Politics of Inequality Sep 17
In some very publicly debated reforms, politics meekly follows public opinion. In other, similar ones, party politics dominate. Why? Answers for education policy can be found in the new book by , & :
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Universität Konstanz Sep 16
2020 für beste Dissertation geht an Organisationswissenschaftler . Herzlichen Glückwunsch! Mehr erfahren:
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Kris-Stella Trump Sep 16
I am so excited to be in Konstanz until the end of the year. If anyone is nearby (or not so nearby) and wants to chat research, get in touch.
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Politics of Inequality Sep 16
Another External Senior Fellow to join us in September is (Peter Thisted Dinesen) of . His work on the consequences of ethnic diversity for social trust is sure to enrich our Cluster. We're pleased and honored to have you with us , Peter!
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Politics of Inequality Sep 16
Summer break's over, and we're honored to welcome a new guest: (Kris-Stella Trump) of has joined us as External Senior Fellow, to investigate perceptions of economic differences and shifting attitudes on redistribution. Welcome , Kris-Stella!
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Politics of Inequality Sep 15
Trust in healthcare is paramount these days. Our survey of 3.200 people finds: that trust is determined more by ideology/party preference than any other factor, even income & age. Read 's Policy Paper (ed. w/ ):
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Politics of Inequality Sep 10
Great news, congratulations!
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Stephan Maurer Aug 20
New paper with Luna Bellani and as part of our project: we document the (large!) extent to which former slave owners in the US South persisted in power long after the abolition of slavery
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Politics of Inequality Aug 12
Replying to @DVPW_Gender @fgf_nrw
Will share!
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