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Max Weber Programme for Postdoctoral Studies

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Programme

The MWP is the largest international and most innovative postdoctoral programme in the Social Sciences and Humanities in Europe. It offers around 60 fully funded Fellowships.

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Activities at a glance

The MWP organizes book roundtables, conferences, lectures, multidisciplinary research workshops and academic practice activities.

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People

Meet the Max Weber Fellows (current, visiting and former cohorts) and the MWP Team.

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Publications

Take a look at the MWP Books, Articles, Working Papers, Annual Reports, Newsletters and much more.

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Max Weber Alumni Network

The Max Weber Programme is a global programme in the Social Sciences and Humanities.

The interactive Max Weber Alumni Network Map shows former Max Weber Fellows according to their current job position, country, cohort year and departmental affiliation.

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Hear it from our Max Weber Fellows at the European University Institute

Published article (co-authored with Bernardo Monechi)

How Populist are Parties?

Di Cocco, J., & Monechi, B. (2021). "How Populist are Parties? Measuring Degrees of Populism in Party Manifestos Using Supervised Machine Learning". Political Analysis, 1-17.

Jessica Di Cocco

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News

01/10/2021

The MWP welcomes new cohort of Fellows at the Badia Fiesolana

In September 2021, the Max Weber Programme welcomed the new cohort of Fellows at the Badia Fiesolana.

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13/09/2021

Juho Härkönen as new Director of the Max Weber Programme

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12/04/2021

Pricing Technologies and their Economic and Social Consequences

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12/04/2021

Broken Worlds: New Poverty, Law and Youth Violence

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Events

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Spotlight

Max Weber Lecture with Professor Carles Boix (Princeton University) - 3 November 2021

Max Weber Interview with Professor Carles Boix (Princeton University)

The Max Weber Programme for Postdoctoral Studies

Max Weber Programme for Postdoctoral Studies

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