Browsing articles from "September, 2016"

Adam Scharpf participating at Workshop on “Empirical Methods in Peace and Conflict Studies”

Sep 28, 2016   //   by Christine Krisch   //   General  //  Comments Off on Adam Scharpf participating at Workshop on “Empirical Methods in Peace and Conflict Studies”

Adam will serve as a discussant to the Workshop on “Empirical Methods in Peace and Conflict Studies” at the University of Konstanz. The Workshop, which is organized by Nils Weidmann, will take place between 03.-05.10.2016 as part of the working group “Empirical Methods” of the German Association for Peace and Conflict Studies. The program can be found here.

Anna-Lena Hönig receives GESS Science Speed Dating prize

Sep 26, 2016   //   by Christine Krisch   //   General  //  Comments Off on Anna-Lena Hönig receives GESS Science Speed Dating prize

Anna-Lena Hönig has been awarded the GESS Science Speed Dating prize for her project proposal “Does trust determine cooperation? Evidence from a lab in the field experiment” co-authored with Maria Isabel Santana.
The prize is awarded with 750 € for further research by the Graduate School of Economic and Social Sciences (GESS).

Anna-Lena Hönig presenting at the GESS Research Day 2016

Sep 21, 2016   //   by Christine Krisch   //   General  //  Comments Off on Anna-Lena Hönig presenting at the GESS Research Day 2016

Anna-Lena Hönig will be presenting the paper “The Cooperation Effect: Explaining the intensity of terror attacks by networked interaction” (with Julia Semmelbeck) at the GESS Research Day on 22 September 2016.

Julia Semmelbeck joins “Take Off – Women in Academic Leadership”

Sep 6, 2016   //   by Christine Krisch   //   General  //  Comments Off on Julia Semmelbeck joins “Take Off – Women in Academic Leadership”
Julia Semmelbeck joins “Take Off – Women in Academic Leadership”, a training program for young female researchers. The program is funded by the DFG and promotes key competences necessary for a successful career in academia. She is the second of Prof. Carey’s PhD students accepted for the program.