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27.10.2016

New Arrivals at IMPRS-SPCE in Fall 2016

Seven new doctoral researchers have begun their studies at the International Max Planck Research School on the Social and Political Constitution of the Economy (IMPRS-SPCE) in Cologne. Düzgün Arslantas, previously at Bilgi University, Istanbul, is analyzing the connection between the dominant party system and clientelism in Turkey; Laura Einhorn, previously at the Free University of Berlin, is investigating the sociology of eating meat; Kristina Gushchina, previously at Central European University, Budapest, is researching the representation of women in the post-Soviet space; Daniel Meyer, previously at the University of Jena, is engaged in research on how knowledge emerges on the financial market; Guadalupe Moreno, previously at the University of San Martín, Argentina, is examining new markets and processes of commodification; Asli Unan, formerly of Sabanci University in Istanbul, is investigating the interplay between regulatory institutions, markets, and governments. Andreas Eisl, a "cotutelle" binational doctoral researcher at Max Planck Sciences Po Center on Coping with Instability in Market Societies (MaxPo) in Paris, will be at the IMPRS-SPCE until July 2017. His thesis deals with the transformations national fiscal policy making has undergone in the eurozone. Nineteen PhD students are currently enrolled at the IMPRS-SPCE, an international doctoral program run jointly by the MPIfG and the University of Cologne.
 

 
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