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Welcome to the website of Prof. Dr. Marius R. Busemeyer!

Welcome to our website! Our main focus is on the international comparison of education systems. Hence, our interests lie within the field of comparative politics, political economy, welfare state research and party politics. Both our research and teaching fall within these fields.

On the following pages you find information on the chair's team, our research, the different research projects, and courses taught at our chair.

The team of the chair after a paddle day
on Lake Constance / July 2016

Workshop: "Public Opinion and Policy Feedback - Complex Interrelations
in Welfare and Social Investment Policies", July 2016

News

On 27 October 2016, Marius Busemeyer will talk at the colloquium of the Amsterdam Center for Inequality Studies (AMCIS).

Marius Busemeyer will hold a keynote address at the Conference of the „International Comparative (Adult) Education Research: Multidisciplinary and Cross-National Research Approaches”, organized by Deutsches Institut für Erwachsenenbildung in Bonn (12 September to 13 September 2016).

Early September Marius Busemeyer talked about „Research and policymaking in education“ at a symposium of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences in Stockholm.

Julian Garritzmann presented current research at the APSA General Conference, Philadelphia, discussing at a roundtable on the topic "Higher Education Disrupted".

Dominik Lober, Erik Neimanns and Janis Vossiek presented papers at the ESPAnet Conference, Rotterdam.

Marius Busemeyer, Julian Garritzmann and Erik Neumanns organized a workshop on "Public Opinion and Policy Feedback".

Our former team member Ulrich Glanzmann became full professor at the University of Flensburg. Our warmest congratulations!

Julian Garritzmann's dissertation is shortlisted for the "Deutscher Studienpreises", which is awarded to excellent, socially highly relevant dissertations.

Julian Garritzmann and Charlotte Haberstroh (Oxford) co-organized a workshop on "The Politics of Education", brining together early-career scholars as well as established scholars in the field. The workshop was funded by the Young Scholar Fund.

Julian Garritzmann presented two papers from the INVEDUC project at the EPSA Conference in Brüssel.

In June 2016 Prof. Tobias Schulze-Cleven (Rutgers University) was Visiting Scholar at our chair. Tobias higher education policies, labor market relations, and the role of unions.

More news 'here'.