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Mitschnitte der MPIfG Lectures und Institutstagsbeiträge

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… mehr

Lisa Suckert | Ach, Mensch! - Podcastserie der MPG und detektor.fm

Pläne, To-Do-Listen, Utopien, Dystopien, Visionen, Hoffnungen und Wünsche, Prognosen – all das sind… mehr

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

While the discussion of regulatory pathways in this series of lectures so far has attributed… mehr

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… mehr

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… mehr

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… mehr

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… mehr

Lisa Herzog | Big Data and the Risk of Misguided Responsibilization

The arrival of “big data” promises new degrees of precision in understanding human behavior. Could… mehr

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… mehr

Duncan Wigan

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

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… mehr

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

Institutstag 2021 | Wissensansprüche in der Krise mehr

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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… mehr

Lisa Suckert | Ach, Mensch! - Podcastserie der MPG und detektor.fm

Pläne, To-Do-Listen, Utopien, Dystopien, Visionen, Hoffnungen und Wünsche, Prognosen – all das sind… mehr

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

While the discussion of regulatory pathways in this series of lectures so far has attributed… mehr

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… mehr

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… mehr

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… mehr

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… mehr

Lisa Herzog | Big Data and the Risk of Misguided Responsibilization

The arrival of “big data” promises new degrees of precision in understanding human behavior. Could… mehr

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… mehr

Duncan Wigan

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

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… mehr

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

Institutstag 2021 | Wissensansprüche in der Krise mehr

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