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Visiting Students 2013-2014


ACAR Taylan

University of Wisconsin-Madison 

Period of stay: Jan - May 2014

Topic: The educational performances and decisions among children with migration background in Germany

Liaison: H-P. Blossfeld


Université Catholique de Louvain

Period of stay: Sep - Dec 2013

Topic: Causes and Metchnisms of the Mass Mobilization int he overthrow of authoritarian political Regimes in Middle East and North Africa

Liaison: D. della Porta


New York University

Period of stay: Sep - Dec 2013

Topic: Migration and Refugee Policies in Italy and the EU

Liaison: U. Krotz

ASARA Viviana

Autónoma de Barcelona

Period of stay: Sep 2013 - Mar 2014

Topic: De-growth and Democracy. A Case Study of the Indignados Movement 

Liaison: H. Kriesi


Univ. Bern

Period of stay: Sep 2013 - Feb 2014

Topic: Institutions, Trust and Trustworthiness

Liaison: D. Gambetta

CROUCH Graeme 

Univ. Victoria, Canada

Period of stay:  Oct 2013 - March 2014

Topic:Transnational/Horizontal Policy Influence in the EU's Candidate States 

Liaison: L. Bruszt


Department of International Politics, Aberystwyth University

Period of stay: March - July 2014

Topic: Comparing Cases of Political Violence in a Social Systems Perspective

Liaison: D. Della Porta


PACTE Research Centre, Sciences Po, Grenoble

Period of stay: Sep-Dec 2013

Topic: The Role of Labor/Capital Joint Management Commission in the Euroepanization of lifelong Learning Policies in France and Italy

Liaison: P. Culpepper

JENNI Sabine

Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich (ETH)

Period of stay: Oct 2013 - Mar 2014

Topic: The Euroepanization of Switzerland - Mechanisms, Causes, and Consequences

Liaison: H. Kriesi


Univ. Michigan 

Period of stay: Sep -Dec 2013

Topic: Social Stratification and Mobility, Health Disparities, Comparative Social Policy 

Liaison: H-P. Blossfeld

LA ROI Chaim

Univ. Groningen

Period of stay: Feb-Mar 2014

Topic: Compensatory Advantage as a Mechanism of Educational Inequality. A Regression Discontinuity based on Month of Birth

Liaison: Fabrizio Bernardi


Florence University

Period of stay: Sep 2013 - Feb 2014

Topic: Social Equality and Educational Integration of the Palestinian Minority in Israel: Mixed Education in Jaffa, an Anthropological Perspective

Liaison: F. Bernardi

McKENZIE Lachlan De Lacy

Univ. Melbourne

Period of stay: Sep - Dec 2013

Topic: Coherence Challenges and EU's Negotiations of bi-lateral Trade Agreements

Liaison: R. Bauböck



Period of stay: Sep 2013 - Feb 2014

Topic: Educational Attainment of the Labour Force and Changes in Wage Distribution in Europe

Liaison: F. Bernardi


Univ. Salamanca

Period of stay: Nov 2013 - Jan 2014

Topic: The Causes of Success and Failure of Social Movements in Color Revolutions / Social Movements and Collective Action.

Liaison: D. della Porta

SALA Emanuela

Univ. Western Australia

Period of stay: Sep - Dec 2013

Topic: Italians in Australia and the second Generation

Liaison: R. Bauböck

SOJKA Aleksandra

Univ. Granada

Period of stay: Jan-Mar 2014

Topic: We, the New Citizens of Europe: EU Citizenship, Identity and Political Support in the Enlarged European Union

Liaison: R. Bauböck


Univ. Bremen

Period of stay: Jan-June 2014

Topic: Denizenship vs. Citizenship - Naturalization Decisions of Turkish Immigrants and

their Descendants in Germany / Migration and Citizenship

Liaison: R. Bauböck

WRIGHT Austin Lee

Princeton Univ.

Period of stay: Aug-Dec 2013

Topic: International Relations / Security Studies

Liaison: U. Krotz



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