Björn Bremer Joins Central European University

In fall of this year, Björn Bremer will take up an assistant professor post in the Department of Political Science at the Central European University (CEU) in Vienna. more

New Post for Donato Di Carlo

As of June, Donato Di Carlo has joined Luiss (Libera Università Internazionale degli Studi Sociali Guido Carli) in Rome as founder and managing director of the LUHNIP Hub for New Industrial Policy and Economic Governance and lecturer in Political Economy. more

Birgit Apitzsch Joins Executive Board of Society of Friends and Former Associates

The Society of Friends and Former Associates of the MPIfG elected Birgit Apitzsch as a new board member at its November 2022 general meeting. Birgit Apitzsch has been Professor of Sociology/Labor, Economy and Welfare at Ruhr University Bochum since October 2021. Her connection with the MPIfG dates back to when she was studying for her doctorate between 2005 and 2009. more

Arianna Tassinari Joins University of Bologna as Assistant Professor

Arianna Tassinari, a senior researcher at the MPIfG, is taking up her post as assistant professor in the Department of Political and Social Sciences at the University of Bologna in January 2023. more

Jasper Simons Joins UvA

Jasper Simons has recently taken up a post in the Faculty of Humanities at the University of Amsterdam. In his new role he will be lecturing in EU policy and European integration on the university’s European Studies bachelor’s program. more

New MPIfG Book: <em>Der erschöpfte Staat</em> by Ariane Leendertz

A new book by former MPIfG research group leader Ariane Leendertz has recently been published by Hamburger Edition. In Der erschöpfte Staat: Eine andere Geschichte des Neoliberalismus, the author uses the image of the “exhausted state” to symbolize the erosion of belief in the state’s ability to solve social problems. more

New MPIfG Book: <em>Recoding Power</em> by Sidney Rothstein

June 2022 saw the publication by Oxford University Press of Recoding Power: Tactics for Mobilizing Tech Workers, in which author Sidney A. Rothstein explores worker power in the current phase of economic transition. more

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