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The WZB Distinguished Lectures in Social Sciences

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Critical Junctures and Institutional Spillover: How 9/11 is Changing the American State. WZB Distinguished Lecture by Sidney G. Tarrow, October 2016

The WZB Distinguished Lectures in Social Sciences aim to showcase the work of leading social scientists whose careers exemplify the same combination of frontier research and policy relevance that the WZB stands for. The series will consist of at least one economist, one sociologist and one political scientist per year, yet the series will place an emphasis on work that is of interdisciplinary interest.

Kommende Vorträge
19. Oktober 2017

Bridging the Divide: Can Effective Political Communication Overcome Political Polarization?

WZB Distinguished Lecture in Social Sciences by Robb Willer,
Stanford University

12. Oktober 2017

Household Behaviour and the Dynamics of Inequality

WZB Distinguished Lecture in Social Sciences by Sir Richard Blundell, University College London

 
Bisherige Vorträge
11. Oktober 2016

How to be an Anti-capitalist for the 21st Century

WZB Distinguished Lecture in Social Sciences by Erik Olin Wright, University of Wisconsin-Madison

4. Oktober 2016

Critical Junctures and Institutional Spillover: How 9/11 is Changing the American State

WZB Distinguished Lecture in Social Sciences by Sidney G. Tarrow

9. Mai 2016

Evicted: Poverty and Profit in the American City

WZB Distinguished Lecture in Social Sciences by Matthew Desmond, Harvard University

19. Januar 2016

The Impact of Aggregators and Intermediaries on News Consumption

WZB Distinguished Lecture in Social Sciences by Susan Athey, Stanford Gruaduate School of Business

16. Dezember 2015

Why Elections Fail

WZB Distinguished Lecture in Social Sciences by Pippa Norris, Harvard University and University of Sydney

28. Oktober 2015

Cohabitation and Family Complexity

WZB Distinguished Lecture in Social Sciences by Elizabeth Thomson

22. Oktober 2015

Repugnant Markets and Forbidden Transactions

WZB Distinguished Lecture in Social Sciences by Alvin E. Roth

21. April 2015

Warum der Euro Europa spaltet statt es zu einen

WZB Distinguished Lecture in Social Sciences by Wolfgang Streeck

6. November 2014

Three Paths to Constitutionalism - and their Authoritarian Alternatives

WZB Distinguished Lecture in Social Sciences by Bruce Ackerman, Yale University

27. Oktober 2014

Durable Inequality and Life-Course Change: Trajectories of Contextual Mobility in a 17-year Study of Chicago Children

WZB Distinguished Lecture in Social Sciences by Robert J. Sampson, Harvard University and Boston Area Research Initiative

23. Mai, 2014

China's Great Convergence and Beyond

WZB Distinguished Lecture in Social Sciences by Fabrizio Zilibotti, Universität Zürich


14. Oktober 2013

Counter-Multilateralism
How New Coalitions Challenge International Institutions

WZB Distinguished Lecture in Social Sciences by Robert Keohane, Princeton University

23. Mai 2013

Gender Quotas and the Crisis of the Mediocre Man: Theory and Evidence from Sweden

WZB Distinguished Lecture in Social Sciences by Torsten Persson (Stockholm University)
 

26. März 2013

Sucker Punched by the Invisible Hand: The Spread of the Worldwide Financial Crisis, 2007-2010

WZB Distinguished Lecture in Social Sciences by Neil Fligstein (UC Berkeley)