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 Researchers at the MPI for the Study of Societies

Dr. Sinisa Hadziabdic


 
Senior Researcher
 
Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies
Paulstr. 3 | 50676 Cologne | Germany
Phone: +49 221 2767-542
Fax: +49 221 2767-555

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Research Interests

Economic sociology; political sociology; cognitive sociology; civil society; industrial relations; quantitative methodology; text mining; panel data
 

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Selected Publications

Hadziabdic, Sinisa. 2020. “The Curious Case of the Grumpy Union Member.” Swiss Journal of Sociology, Special Issue: Understanding Social Dynamics. Forthcoming.  
Frangi, Lorenzo, Sebastian Koos, and Sinisa Hadziabdic. 2017. “In Unions We Trust! Analysing Confidence in Unions across Europe.” British Journal of Industrial Relations 55 (4): 831-58.  
Hadziabdic, Sinisa. 2016. Malleable Minds? Teasing Out the Causal Effect(s) of Union Membership on Job Attitudes and Political Outcomes. Sociograph – Sociological Research Studies 23. Geneva: Institute of Sociological Research  
Hadziabdic, Sinisa, and Loïc Pignolo. 2015. “Les Eaux-Vives: La rue des Eaux-Vives.” In Connivences et antagonismes: enquête sociologique dans six rues de Genève, Sociograph – Sociological Research Studies 19, edited by Maxime Felder et al. Geneva: Institute of Sociological Research: 87-114.  
Studer, Matthias, Sinisa Hadziabdic, and Gilbert Ritschard. 2015. Analyse des trajectoires des chômeurs en fin de droits dans le canton de Genève. Volet quantitatif de l'évaluation de la politique de réinsertion professionnelle des chômeurs en fin de droits. Geneva: Université de Genève and Cour des comptes de la République et canton de Genève.

 

Vita

March 2020-present Senior Researcher, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies, Cologne
Jan.-Feb. 2020 Postdoctoral Researcher, Teaching Assistant, and Coordinator of the Master in “Standardization, Social Regulation and Sustainable Development,” University of Geneva
2015-2019 PhD Candidate, Teaching Assistant, and Coordinator of the Master in “Standardization, Social Regulation and Sustainable Development,” University of Geneva
2019 Visiting Scholar, Department of Sociology, Columbia University, New York City
2013-2015 MA, Sociology, University of Geneva
2014 External Consultant for the International Labour Organization (ILO), Geneva
2014 Research Assistant in the Policy Evaluation "Analysis of Long-Term Unemployed Workers in the Canton of Geneva"
2010-2013 BA, Sociology, University of Geneva

 

Awards and Honors (Selected)

2018: Credit Suisse Award for Best Teaching  
2018: Doc.Mobility Fellowship of the Swiss National Science Foundation  
2016: Prix Universal: Best Master Thesis in the Social Sciences in 2015, University of Geneva  
2015: Prix du meilleur Master en Sociologie, University of Geneva  
2013: Prix du meilleur Bachelor en Sociologie, University of Geneva
 

 
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