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20.07.2016

New Researchers at the MPIfG

Lisa Suckert, formerly from the University of Bamberg, has been a researcher at the MPIfG since February 2016. She is investigating expectations in economic activity.  
In the spring and summer, seven visiting researchers began their work at the MPIfG. Tracy Corley from the Northeastern University, Boston, is visiting the MPIfG from July to September investigating the effects of European and national reforms on social constructs of legitimate and informal employment in Germany. Achim Goerres, University of Duisburg-Essen, is at the MPIfG from April to September and examining conflicts and solidarity between generations in ageing welfare states. Annette Hübschle-Finch, University of Cape Town, is visiting the MPIfG from June to July. She is analyzing the illegal trade in wild animals, incentive structures, and market drivers. During his stay in July, Sebastian Kohl, Uppsala University, is continuing his research into public ownership, renting and society from a comparative historical perspective. May Zuleika Salao, University of Asia and the Pacific, Philippines, is at the MPIfG from May to July examining institutional developments in vocational training in the Philippine's labor market. Melchior Simioni, Université Paris-Sorbonne, is at the MPIfG from April to September 2016 as a visiting doctoral student working on the economic sociology of borders and borders of the economy. Craig Zabala, Concorde Group, New York, has been a visitor at the MPIfG since July looking into the global shadow banking sector.
 

 
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