Dr. Philip Wotschack

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Portrait Foto Dr. Philip Wotschack (Foto: David Ausserhofer)
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philip.wotschack [at] wzb.eu
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Former Staff Member of the Research Unit
Visiting Researcher of the Research Group
Head of Thematic Area des Promotionskollegs
Research Fellow of the

Research fields

Organizations | Social Inequality | Continuing Training | Working Hours | Digitalization

CV

since 4/2024 Head of the Research Group "Working with Artificial Intelligence" at the Weizenbaum-Institut for the Networked Society

since 11/2018 Researcher at the Weizenbaum-Institute for the Networked Society, Research Group  "Working with Artificial Intelligence"

2015-2018 Leader of the research project "Employer-provided continuing training for low skilled workers" (German Research Foundation) at WZB Berlin Social Science Center

2008 - 2018 Researcher in the research unit "Skill Formation and Labor Markets" at WZB Berlin Social Science Center

2009 Ph.D. at the "Faculty of Behavioural and Social Sciences", University of Groningen (Netherlands)

2005 − 2008 Researcher in the research unit "Labor Market Policy and Employment" at WZB Berlin Social Science Center

2000 − 2005 Researcher at the University of Groningen (Netherlands) and at the Interuniversity Center for Social Science Theory and Methodology (ICS)

1997 − 2000 Researcher and lecturer at the Freie Universität Berlin

 

Selected Publications

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Wotschack, Philip/Vladova, Gergana/de Paiva Lareiro, Patricia/Thim, Christof (2023): "Learning via Assistance Systems in Industrial Manufacturing. An Experimental Study in an Industry 4.0 Environment". In: Journal of Workplace Learning, Vol. 35, No. 9, S. 235-258.
Molina, Oscar/Butollo, Florian/Makó, Csaba/Godino, Alejandro/Holtgrewe, Ursula/Illsoe, Anna/Junte, Sander/Pernille Larsen, Trine/Illésy, Miklós/Pap, Jószef/Wotschack, Philip (2023): "It Takes Two to Code. A Comparative Analysis of Collective Bargaining and Artificial Intelligence". In: Transfer - European Review of Labour and Research, Vol. 29, No. 1, S. 87-104. (vorab online publiziert 14.3.2023)
Wotschack, Philip/Hellbach, Leon/Butollo, Florian/Ziour, Jordi (2023): "Algorithmic Management in the Food Delivery Sector - A Contested Terrain? Evidence from a Firm Level Case Study on Algorithmic Management and Co-Determination". In: Bettina Berendt/Martin Krzywdzinski/Elizaveta Kuznetsova (Eds.): AI, Big Data, Social Media, and People on the Move. Proceedings of the Weizenbaum Conference 2023. Berlin: Weizenbaum Institute for the Networked Society - The German Internet Institute, S. 70-80.
Wotschack, Philip/Samtleben, Claire (2022): "Vom Helfer zur Fachkraft mit betrieblicher Weiterbildung? Berufliche Aufstiege und Lohnveränderungen von an- und ungelernten Beschäftigten in regulierten und unregulierten internen Arbeitsmärkten". In: Soziale Welt - Zeitschrift für sozialwissenschaftliche Forschung, Jg. 73, H. 2, S. 309-353.
Vladova, Gergana/Wotschack, Philip/de Paiva Lareiro, Patricia/Krzywdzinski, Martin (2022): Development of Problem-Solving Skills in a Manufacturing Context – A Learning Factory Concept. 12th Conference on Learning Factories. Social Science Research Network (SSRN).
Wotschack, Philip (2020): "Drivers of Training Participation in Low Skilled Jobs. The Role of 'Voice', Technology, Innovation and Labor Shortages in German Companies". In: International Journal of Training and Development, Vol. 24, No. 3, Special Issue "Workers' Participation in Continuing Training Decision‐making", edited by Jane Bryson Bénédicte Zimmermann, S. 245-264. (vorab online publiziert 09.08.2020)
Vladova, Gergana/Wotschack, Philip/de Paiva Lareiro, Patricia/Gronau, Norbert/Thim, Christof (2020): "Lernen mit Assistenzsystemen. Vor lauter Aufgaben den Prozess nicht sehen?". In: Industrie 4.0 Management, Jg. 36, H. 3, S. 16-20.
Wotschack,  Philip (2020): "When Do Companies Train Low‐Skilled Workers? The Role of Institutional Arrangements at the Company and Sectoral Level". In: British Journal of Industrial Relations, Vol. 58, No. 3, S. 587-616. (vorab online publiziert 28.11.2019)
Wotschack, Philip (2019): "Exploring the (Missing) Gender Training Gap in Germany. The Role of Organizations and Sectors in Continuing Training Participation". In: Social Politics - International Studies in Gender, State & Society, Vol. 26, No. 3, S. 444-474. (vorab online publiziert 04.07.2018)
Wotschack, Philip (2017): "Unter welchen Bedingungen bilden Betriebe an- und ungelernte Beschäftigte weiter? Eine institutionentheoretische Untersuchung auf Basis von Daten des IAB-Betriebspanels". In: Zeitschrift für Soziologie, Jg. 46, H. 5, S. 362-380.
Wotschack, Philip (2017): "Leave Saving Options over the Life Course – only for the Highly Skilled? Evidence from Two German Best-Practice Companies". In: European Societies, Vol. 19, No. 4, S. 396-418.
Wotschack, Philip/Solga, Heike (2014): "Betriebliche Weiterbildung für benachteiligte Gruppen. Förderliche Bedingungskonstellationen aus institutionentheoretischer Sicht". In: Berliner Journal für Soziologie, Jg. 24, H. 3, S. 367-395 (Vorab online publiziert 18. September 2014).
Wotschack,  Philip/Glebbeek, Arie/Wittek, Rafael (2014): "Strong Boundary Control, Weak Boundary Control and Tailor-made Solutions. The Role of Household Governance Structures in Work-Family Time Allocation and Mismatch". In: Community, Work & Family, Vol. 17, No. 4, S. 436-455. (Vorab online publiziert 23. Juni 2014)
Wotschack, Philip (2012): "Keine Zeit für die Auszeit. Lebensarbeitszeit als Aspekt sozialer Ungleichheit". In: Soziale Welt - Zeitschrift für sozialwissenschaftliche Forschung und Praxis, Jg. 63, H. 1, S. 25-44.
Wotschack,  Philip (2011): "Working-Time Options over the Life Course. Challenges and Company Practices". In: Ralf Rogowski/Robert Salais/Noel Whiteside (Eds.): Transforming European Employment Policies. Labour Market Transitions and the Promotion of Capability. Cheltenham/Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar, S. 96-114.
Wotschack,  Philip/Scheier, Franziska/Schulte-Braucks, Philipp/Solga, Heike (2011): "Zeit für Lebenslanges Lernen. Neue Ansätze der betrieblichen Arbeitszeit- und Qualifizierungspolitik". In: WSI-Mitteilungen, Jg. 64, H. 10, S. 541-547.