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Visiting Researchers at the MPIfG


 

Professor Tim Bartley


Home institution: Department of Sociology, Ohio State University, Columbus, USA
Research topic: Transnational private regulation of sustainability and fairness in global industries  
Tim Bartley, Scholar in Residence 2016/2017 at the MPI for the Study of Societies, is Associate Professor in the Department of Sociology at Ohio State University. His research focuses on economic sociology, political sociology, globalization, organizations, social movements, labor, and the environment
At the MPIfG: May 8, 2017–August 6, 2017

Homepage at Ohio State University 

 

Professor Elizabeth Carter


Home institution: Department of Political Science, University of New Hampshire, Durham/NH, USA
Research topic: The politics of value: Linkages between political organization, market protection, and value construction in European luxury markets
At the MPIfG: July 3, 2017–August 18, 2017

Homepage at UNH 

 

Lea Elsässer


Home institution: Institute of Social Sciences, Osnabrück University, Germany
Research topic: Who Gets Represented? Political Responsiveness in the Context of Growing Inequality
At the MPIfG: October 1, 2014–September 30, 2017


 

Dr. Felipe González


Home institution: Faculty of Political Science and Public Administration, Universidad Central de Chile, Santiago, Chile

At the MPIfG: July 7, 2017–July 28, 2017

Personal homepage 

 

Mateusz Halawa


Home institution: Max Planck Partner Group for the Sociology of Economic Life, Institute of Philosophy and Sociology (IFiS PAN), Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, Poland
Research topic: The rise of mortgage credit in Poland
At the MPIfG: October 1, 2017–December 15, 2017

Homepage at IFiS PAN 

 

Professor Sebastián Martín


Home institution: Departamento de Ciencias Jurídicas Básicas, University of Seville, Spain
Research topic: The great regression: Structural reforms and neoliberal society
At the MPIfG: September 1, 2017–November 3, 2017

Personal homepage 

 

Professor Daniel Miguez


Home institution: Instituto de Geografía, Historia y Ciencias Sociales (IGEHCS), National University of Central Buenos Aires (UNICEN), Tandil, Argentina
Research topic: Civic culture in Argentina and Chile: A quantitative study on the perceptions of legal norms and the existence of illegal markets
At the MPIfG: May 16, 2017–July 25, 2017

Personal homepage 

 

Iacopo Mugnai


Home institution: Department of Politics and International Studies, University of Warwick, Coventry, United Kingdom
Research topic: Germany's role in the euro crisis
At the MPIfG: April 3, 2017–June 30, 2017


 

Professor Alice O'Connor


Home institution: Department of History, University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB), USA
Research topic: Neoliberalism and the Democratic Party
At the MPIfG: July 3, 2017–July 16, 2017

"Great Society at Fifty" project site at UCSB 

 

Marta Olcoń-Kubicka


Home institution: Max Planck Partner Group for the Sociology of Economic Life, Institute of Philosophy and Sociology (IFiS PAN), Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, Poland
Research topic: Money and family practices among young middle-class households in Poland
At the MPIfG: October 1, 2017–November 30, 2017

Homepage at IFiS PAN 

 

Professor John Wilkinson


Home institution: Graduate Program in Social Sciences in Development, Agriculture and Society (CPDA), Rural Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRRJ), Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Research topic: The German contribution to New Economic Sociology: The articulation of micro and macro perspectives
At the MPIfG: September 1, 2017–December 31, 2017

Personal homepage 

 

Dr. Craig Zabala


Home institution: Concorde Group, New York, USA
Research topic: Developments in the global shadow banking sector: New developments in the United States, Europe and Germany
At the MPIfG: July 15, 2016–June 30, 2018


 


The MPIfG considers international cooperation to be the most promising organizational form of comparative research. Many visiting researchers make valuable contributions to its research program.
 
The MPIfG is part of a worldwide network of research institutions and researchers working in the social sciences. It cooperates closely with several research institutes abroad.

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