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Fynsk, Berlin He has worked as journalist or editor for publications such as Providence Journal , St. Edmund's College, Cambridge University. A molecular biologist and essayist, Jens Reich was one of the key figures in the civil rights movement of the GDR in the 80s. He was a candidate in the election for President of the Federal Republic of Germany in , which resulted in the appointment of Roman Herzog. Jens Reich studied medicine at the Humboldt University Berlin and became an expert of molecular biology.
Publications selection of non-professional publications : Es wird ein Mensch gemacht. Raised in Berlin, he obtained his PhD degree in government from Harvard. Ken Roth Ken Roth is the executive director of Human Rights Watch, one of the world's leading international human rights organizations, which operates in more than 90 countries. A graduate of Yale Law School and Brown University, Ken has conducted numerous human rights investigations and missions around the world.
He has written extensively on a wide range of human rights abuses, devoting special attention to issues of international justice, counterterrorism, the foreign policies of major powers, and the work of the United Nations.
He frequently addresses audiences around the world, including at the United Nations in New York, universities, and conferences, including the Munich Security Conference and the World Economic Forum in Davos. She has extensive international experience in the world of culture and the Arts. Michael Steinberg Michael P.
He was a member of the Cornell University Department of History between and His main research interests include the cultural history of modern Germany and Austria with particular attention to German Jewish intellectual history and the cultural history of music. His latest book is a trans-national legal history of copyright from to the present.
Susan H. Gillespie Susan H.
Gillespie has spent her life exploring the possibilities of translation—interlingual, cultural, and educational. She has translated Theodor W. Adorno and many other authors of philosophical and musicological works, as well as fiction and poetry. In , Susan founded the Institute for International Liberal Education, which has pioneered in the development of dual-degree liberal arts programs with university partners in Russia, South Africa, Kyrgyzstan, Palestine, and elsewhere.
Taun N. Toay Taun N.
He has been involved in Bard College Berlin since in his position as Vice President for Strategic Initiatives and Chief of Staff, in which he was responsible for the satellite campuses' integration with the main campus. He has been a Managing Director since Toay also is Managing Director of the Levy Economics Institute where he holds a research analyst position, focused on macroeconomic modeling and gender-aware analysis.
He was a Fulbright research grantee to Greece for —06 and an affiliate of the University of Piraeus and has served as a visiting lecturer in the economics department at Bard College. Toay holds an M. Publications selected "Co-operative Banking in Greece: A proposal for rural reinvestment and urban entrepreneurship" with D. Antonopoulos and D. Thomas Hesse Thomas Hesse is a senior media and digital media executive and entrepreneur.
He lives in New York. Both his time-based works and installations investigate the manner in which the political ideologies of subjects are intertwined with individual, personal stories, and the way in which they form social relations within private and public spheres. His films have been featured in festivals including the Berlinale Film Festival , the Lo schermo dell'arte Film Festival in Florence, and the International Short film Festival of Oberhausen Till Weber Till Weber holds a Ph.
His research centers on electoral behavior, party competition, legislative politics, coalition government and public administration. Most of his work is comparative with a focus on Europe both Western and Eastern and the United States. Methodologically he has specialized in advanced quantitative analysis with more recent interests in mixed-method studies, experimental approaches and formal modeling.
He teaches research methods, political behavior and comparative institutions. World Politics , 64 4 , pp. American Journal of Political Science , 55 4 , pp. Comparative Political Studies , 44 4 , pp.
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Jan E. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. Klemens Schrenk and Markus Soldner. Mode Effects and Sample Bias. Design, Data Description and Documentation , 2nd ed. Mannheim: MZES, pp. Dominik Bartmanski Dominik Bartmanski is a cultural sociologist and social theorist. He earned his PhD with distinction in sociology at Yale University. His doctoral thesis, devoted to the transformation of public space in Berlin after , won the Marvin B.
Sussman prize for the best sociological dissertation at Yale in The same year his article "How to become an iconic social thinker: the intellectual pursuits of Malinowski and Foucault" was awarded the junior theorist prize by the International Sociological Association ISA. He does research and teaching in the areas of material culture, urban sociology, and sociology of consumption, knowledge, and music. The full list of peer-reviewed publications can be found here.
He is a founding member of the Versus Laboratory research collective. The aim of the Versus Laboratory project, started in , is to explore how philosophical concepts are produced at the points of adversity and tension with political, aesthetical and scientific practices; the idea is to approach philosophy not as a regulative practice that reflects upon other practices defining their fields of action, but as a battlefield whose interiority is fed by the dissensual relations that it maintains with them. Versus Laboratory has organized several conferences and seminars. Currently, together with Ozren Pupovac and Tzuchien Tho, Bruno Besana is leading a seminar — entitled Prolegomena to the Void — on the history of the concept of the void from early atomism to Hellenistic philosophy.
The external contributer is David R. Agrawal from the University of Kentucky, United States. The project contains two modules. The first one, which has to be finished by the end of , is a follow-up impact analysis of CTI projects that were launched in the period in the framework of a specific support programme of the Swiss government. The analysis will be based a on data for the supported firms that are going to be specifically gathered electronically for this project and b data for the firms of the control group of not supported firms from the KOF Innovation Panel.
This second project part has to be finished by the end of The main methods to be used in the analysis are matching methods. We present a formal model of vertical multi-plant -product firms, which decides where to produce new products open new plants based on wage differentials and location specific managerial knowledge transfer costs. Firms do not only consider wage differential between the domestic and foreign country, when deciding to open a new plant, but as well the costs of transfering intengable assest, such as managerial knowledge. The costs of transfering these assets are country-pair specific.
If wages in the foreign country are lower, but the costs of transferring intengible assets are very, it can be optimal for the firm to only have firms in the domestic country. The theoretical model in this paper is consistent with many empirical findings, e. This project studies whether the Swiss short-time work STW scheme reduced layoffs during and in the aftermath of the Great Recession. Based on a quarterly establishment-level panel dataset linking administrative datasources, we compare the evolution of layoffs, hiring, and employment before and after application for STW between establishments that applied successfully and those that did not, exploiting the substantial differences in approval practices across cantons.
We find strong evidence that STW prevents rather than postpones layoffs of workers, especially in the quarters immediately following the application. These effects are concentrated among low- and middle-qualified workers. The estimates suggest that the savings in terms of unemployment benefit payments may be large enough to fully compensate the spending on STW benefits in the Swiss case. They permit the estimation of trade costs based on observable variables while respecting three fundamental constraints:. That the marginal transaction costs of intra-national sales and purchases do not exceed those of international sales and purchases.
That export and import and import country-specific determinants relate to each other structurally such that the total expenditure-normalized import country-specific factor equals the sum of all export country-specific times country-pair-specific factors. That resources are constrained in the sense that a country's outward payments add up to its total inwards; eventually, plus a country-specific constant, measuring short-term imbalances.
Subject to those constraints, gravity models permit the estimation of transaction costs and also country-specific endowment and technology variables consistently. These country- and country-pair-specific variables are vital for what the ultimate goal of gravity models is nowadays, namely comparative static analysis.