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We welcome PD Dr. Martin Seeliger

We are pleased to welcome PD Dr. Martin Seeliger as the new Head of Department I „Transformation of the Work Society" on August 1st. Mr. Seeliger is a sociologist and studied at the Ruhr University in Bochum. His doctorate on “Social Construction of Organized Interests. Trade Union Policy in the Process of European Integration” was written at the Max Planck Institute for Social Research in Cologne. The topic of his recently completed habilitation is 'Negotiated Globalization'. In addition, Martin Seeliger has researched and published intensively on collective bargaining policy and collective labor relations, including economic crises and digitalization.
 
After various positions in Jena, Flensburg, Lüneburg and most recently in Hamburg, he is now coming to iaw. Here he will, among other things, work on a project on the subject of “Paradoxes of the EU Free Movement of Persons. Preference formation processes for and against European integration ”, funded by the DFG, in cooperation with Christof Roos from the University of Flensburg. Further research focuses are the institutional change of political economies and the structural change of the public.
Issue 35 of the series Work and Economy in Bremen

Zenz, Cora; Becke, Guido, 2021: Gemeinsam stärker! Betriebliche Unterstützungs-strukturen für Beschäftigte in der Langzeitpflege, Arbeitnehmerkammer Bremen (Hg.), Reihe Arbeit und Wirtschaft in Bremen 35/2021, Bremen: Arbeitnehmerkammer Bremen / Download

We congratulate Dr. Günter Warsewa for appointment as honorary professor at the University of Bremen in the Faculty of Architecture, Building and Environment.

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Issue 32 of the series Work and Economy in Bremen

Böhme, René, 2021: Vereinbarkeit von Familie und Beruf bei atypischen Arbeitszeiten. Balanceakt zwischen familiären und erwerbsbezogenen Anforderungen, Arbeitnehmerkammer Bremen (Hg.), Reihe Arbeit und Wirtschaft in Bremen 32/2021, Arbeitnehmerkammer Bremen.

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The new study "Structural upheaval caused by COVID-19: Implications for innovation policy in the state of Bremen" („Struktureller Umbruch durch COVID-19: Implikationen für die Innovationspolitik im Land Bremen) was devoted to the consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic for the state of Bremen.


Contact:
Prof. Dr. Rudolf Hickel
Dr. Guido Nischwitz
FVG / Wiener Str. 9
28359 Bremen
Phone: +49 421 218-61735
E-Mail: gnischwitz@uni-bremen.de

This book goes beyond traditional minimum wage research to investigate the interplay between different country and sectoral institutional settings and actors’ strategies in the field of minimum wage policies.

This book goes beyond traditional minimum wage research to investigate the interplay between different country and sectoral institutional settings and actors’ strategies in the field of minimum wage policies.

Issue 34 of the series Work and Economy in Bremen

 
Nischwitz, Guido; Chojnowski, Patrick; Bestenbostel, Martin von (2021): Urbane Produktion für eine Produktive Stadt Bremen. Eine Chance für mehr Beschäftigung? Institut Arbeit und Wirtschaft; Arbeitnehmerkammer Bremen (Hg.), Reihe Arbeit und Wirtschaft in Bremen, Ausgabe 34/ März 2021