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26.07.2014

IMPRS-SPCE Doctorates in 2014

In July, the MPIfG held a graduation ceremony for the doctoral students who successfully completed the IMPRS-SPCE program in 2014. The International Max Planck Research School on the Social and Political Constitution of the Economy is a joint international PhD program of the MPIfG and the Faculty of Management, Economics and Social Sciences of the University of Cologne. Seven IMPRS-SPCE students completed their doctoral dissertations in 2014: Sarah Berens, "When the High-Income Country Context Dissolves: Social Policy Preferences in Low- and Middle-Income Democracies"; Timur Ergen on the political economy of the solar energy sector; Barbara Fulda on fertility behavior in regional social contexts; Lukas Haffert on the political economy of budget surpluses; Sebastian Kohl, "Homeowner Nations or Nations of Tenants: How Historical Institutions in Urban Politics, Housing Finance and Construction Set Germany, France and the US on Different Housing Paths"; Daniel Mertens on household debt in the age of permanent austerity; Sara Weckemann on the lives of large families on welfare.
 

 
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