The series "WZB Talks" provides the WZB community as well as interested external guests with the opportunity to get to know the WZB research agenda better: Researchers present their current work, followed by a discussion with the audience.
Due the coronavirus pandemic, WZB Talks are currently being held online as Zoom conferences. Log-in details are provided within the invitations for each seminar.
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Some of the talks are recorded, the audio files are made available on this website, please see the link under the respective program entry.
If you want to join the public sessions, please register here. Zoom details will be sent subsequently.
WZB Talk by Yasemin Soysal
WZB Talk by Rourke O'Brien
WZB Talk by Martin Krzywdzinski
WZB Talk by Maria Petrova
WZB Talk by Lena Hipp
WZB Talk by Mark A. Kayser
WZB Talk by Plamen Akaliyski
WZB Talk by Gwynneth McClendon
30 November 2021, 2 pm
WZB Talk by Alexandra Scacco
WZB Talk by Jan Paul Heisig
WZB Talk by Sebastian Hellmeier
Listen to a recording of this WZB Talk here: Audiofile (mp3)
Towards a Political-Economy of Dignity
WZB Talk by Evan Lieberman
WZB Talk by Milan Svolik
WZB Talk by Daniel Auer
WZB Talk by Thiemo Fetzer
Highlighting Best and Worst Practices in the Gig Economy: An Introduction to the Fairwork Foundation
WZB Talk by Mark Graham
Rebels, Activists, Future Leaders? The Politics of Youth Representation in Global (Health) Governance
WZB Talk by Anna Holzscheiter
WZB Talk by Hans-Joachim Voth
WZB Talk by Christian Rauh
WZB Talk by Katja Salomo
Here you can find the presentation (pdf)
Inclusive Politics? How Politicians’ Ethnicity and Gender Shape Representation
WZB Talk by Liza Mügge
Technological Change and Formal Further Education – Does automation risk influence aspirations and plans to pursue a new educational certificate in Germany?
WZB Talk by Martin Ehlert
WZB Talk by Lisa Ruhrort
Beyond the enclave? Far-right mobilization, ethnic infrastructure and the well-being of immigrants and their descendants
WZB Talk by Jonas Wiedner
The Mobilization Potential of Anti-Corona Protests in Germany
WZB Talk by Swen Hutter
Origins and Destinations: intergenerational transmission of political behaviours in immigrant families
Success of Populism in Western Europe and Germany: Electoral Effects of Parties’ and Voters’ Repositioning
WZB Talk by Bernhard Weßels