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Recordings of the MPIfG Lectures and Contributions from the Annual Colloquium

Matthias Matthijs | Forging Consensus in Crisis: Exit, Voice and Loyalty in European Integration

During the 2010s, the European project suffered a series of crises that underlined both a shift in… more

Rowland Atkinson | New Gilded Age in a Broken World?

Today, as the pandemic eases, we might ask what a social politics of inequality will look like in… more

Karen Shire | Scholar in Residence Lecture 3: Trafficked, Forced, and Informalized Labor

Karen Shire | University of Duisburg-EssenScholar in Residence Lecture Part 3While the discussion… more

Karen Shire | Scholar in Residence Lecture 2: Cross-Border Labor Market Intermediaries

In this second lecture Shire draws on global historical research to show how the creation and… more

Aris Komporozos-Athanasiou | Speculative Communities: Living with Uncertainty in a Financialized World

From staggeringly expensive tech IPOs to big bets on the derivatives market, speculation has… more

Karen Shire | Scholar in Residence Lecture 1: Theorizing Regulatory Challenges of Transnational Labor

While national economies may rely on different growth models, they are all going through a similar… more

Viginia Doellgast | Exit, Voice, and Solidarity in the Digital Economy

While national economies may rely on different growth models, they are all going through a similar… more

Lisa Herzog | Big Data and the Risk of Misguided Responsibilization

Is capitalism a remarkable mechanism for growing a society with widely shared wealth, or is it a… more

Carolyn Sissoko | The Financial Foundations of Capitalism and Widely-Shared Wealth

Is capitalism a remarkable mechanism for growing a society with widely shared wealth, or is it a… more

Duncan Wigan | Identity Switching in Disruptive Organizations

How do entrepreneurs create organizations intended to disrupt an environment? And how do they… more

Catherine E. De Vries | Political Entrepreneurs and Populism

The rise and fall of populist parties across Europe has attracted much attention. But is this a new… more

Lea Elsässer | Wer sitzt (nicht) im Parlament?<br />Soziale Repräsentation und Parteien im Wandel

Institutstag 2021 | Wissensansprüche in der Krise more

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Matthias Matthijs | Forging Consensus in Crisis: Exit, Voice and Loyalty in European Integration

During the 2010s, the European project suffered a series of crises that underlined both a shift in… more

Rowland Atkinson | New Gilded Age in a Broken World?

Today, as the pandemic eases, we might ask what a social politics of inequality will look like in… more

Karen Shire | Scholar in Residence Lecture 3: Trafficked, Forced, and Informalized Labor

Karen Shire | University of Duisburg-EssenScholar in Residence Lecture Part 3While the discussion… more

Karen Shire | Scholar in Residence Lecture 2: Cross-Border Labor Market Intermediaries

In this second lecture Shire draws on global historical research to show how the creation and… more

Aris Komporozos-Athanasiou | Speculative Communities: Living with Uncertainty in a Financialized World

From staggeringly expensive tech IPOs to big bets on the derivatives market, speculation has… more

Karen Shire | Scholar in Residence Lecture 1: Theorizing Regulatory Challenges of Transnational Labor

While national economies may rely on different growth models, they are all going through a similar… more

Viginia Doellgast | Exit, Voice, and Solidarity in the Digital Economy

While national economies may rely on different growth models, they are all going through a similar… more

Lisa Herzog | Big Data and the Risk of Misguided Responsibilization

Is capitalism a remarkable mechanism for growing a society with widely shared wealth, or is it a… more

Carolyn Sissoko | The Financial Foundations of Capitalism and Widely-Shared Wealth

Is capitalism a remarkable mechanism for growing a society with widely shared wealth, or is it a… more

Duncan Wigan | Identity Switching in Disruptive Organizations

How do entrepreneurs create organizations intended to disrupt an environment? And how do they… more

Catherine E. De Vries | Political Entrepreneurs and Populism

The rise and fall of populist parties across Europe has attracted much attention. But is this a new… more

Lea Elsässer | Wer sitzt (nicht) im Parlament?<br />Soziale Repräsentation und Parteien im Wandel

Institutstag 2021 | Wissensansprüche in der Krise more

Show more
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