Lehrveranstaltungen im Frühjahrssemester 2018

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Europe in the Global Economy (EUS)

Veranstaltungsnummer
2232061y
Semester
FrSe 2018
Typ
Seminar
Max. Teilnehmeranzahl
34

Termine

Tag Zeit Rhythmus Dauer Raum
Do. 12:00 bis 14:00 Einmalig 21.06.2018 bis 21.06.2018 Gebäude Helsinki - HEL 164
Wöchentlich -
Mi. 12:00 bis 14:00 Einmalig 30.05.2018 bis 30.05.2018 Gebäude Madrid - MAD 131
Di. 12:00 bis 14:00 Wöchentlich 13.03.2018 bis 05.06.2018 Gebäude Madrid - MAD 225
Di. 10:00 bis 12:00 Wöchentlich 13.03.2018 bis 19.06.2018 Trondheim 1 - TRO 103

Kursleitung

Beschreibung

In the course “Europe in the Global Economy” students will study contemporary problems of European economies and societies which are linked to political and economic integration as well as the overall process of internationalization. The focus is on social risks and welfare in open economies. In the first sessions students will become acquainted to the institutional set-up of the European welfare states, learn about the different ways in which citizens are protected from social risks in European countries and will assess recent changes in economy and society. The following sessions deal with the process of European integration, in particular the development of peripheries and the promotion of local production systems. In the remaining sessions students will analyse how European integration contributed to the erosion of the social compromise. Contemporary problems such as youth unemployment will be looked into. The course is designed to teach students on the institutional diversity in which firms and markets are embedded and enable them to analyse problems related to dysfunctional arrangements.

Logistics and course plan

Session 1 Introduction to Course

The European Social Model

Session 2

Organized Interests and European State Traditions

Crouch, Colin (1993): Industrial Relations and European State Traditions. Oxford: Clarendnon Press. Chapter 1 (3-22), Chapter 7 (233-283), Chapter 8 (283-292).

Session 3

The Religious Foundations of European Welfare States

Kahl, Sigrun (2005): The Religious Roots of Modern Poverty Policy: Catholic, Lutheran, and Reformed Protestant Traditions Compared, in: Archives Européennes de Sociologie, XLVI, 1, pp. 91-126.

Session 4

Types of European Welfare States and Decommodifiaction

Esping-Andersen, Gøsta (1990): The Three Worlds of Welfare Capitalism. Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press: 9-54.

Session 5

Welfare state de-commodification: a revision

Scruggs, Lyle and Allan, James (2006): Welfare-state decommodification in 18 OECD countries: a replication and revision, in: Journal of European Social Policy, 16 (1): 55-72.

Session 6

Economy, Welfare and the Gender Dimension in Europe

Esping-Andersen, Gøsta (1999): Social Foundations of Postindustrial Economies. Oxford: Oxford University Press: 32-72.

Trifiletti, Rossana (1999): Southern European Welfare Regimes and the Worsening Position of Women, in: Journal of European Social Policy, 9 (1): 49-64.

Integrating Europe in a system of Multi-level Governance

Session 7

Regional Development in European Economies before and during the Crisis

Costis Hadjimichalis & Ray Hudson (2014) Contemporary Crisis Across Europe and the Crisis of Regional Development Theories, Regional Studies, 48:1, 208-218.

Michael Keating (2016): Contesting European regions, Regional Studies, Online First: 1-10.

Session 8

The Diversity of Local Production Systems in Europe

Crescenzi, Riccardo; Rodríguez-Pose, Andrés; Storper, Michael (2007): The territorial dynamics of innovation: a Europe–United States comparative analysis, in: Journal of Economic Geography, 7: 673–709.

Glassmann, Ulrich (2004): Refining National Policy: The Machine Tool Industry in the Local Economy of Stuttgart. Crouch, Colin; Le Galès, Patrick; Trigilia, Carlo; Voelzkow, Helmut (eds.): Changing Governance of Local Economies: Responses of European Local Production Systems. Oxford: Oxford University Press: 46-73.

Session 9

Integrating Diversity: Effects of Structural and Cohesion Policies in the European Union

Mairate, Andrea (2006): The ‘added value’ of European Union Cohesion policy, in: Regional Studies, 40 (2): 167-177.

Crescenzi, Riccardo (2009): Undermining the Principle of Concentration? European Union Regional Policy and the Socio-economic Disadvantage of European Regions, Regional Studies, 43:1, 111-133.

Session 10

Social and Institutional Fragmentation in European Economies

Glassmann, Ulrich (2012): Changing Varieties of Capitalism: Societal Consequences of Spatial and Institutional Fragmentation in Germany and Italy. Meardi, Guglielmo; Burroni, Luigi; Keune, Marteen (eds.): Economy and Society in Europe: A Relationship in Crisis. Cheltenham & Northampton: Edward Elgar: 159-184.

Session 11

The Erosion of the Social Market Economy

Scharpf, Fritz W. (2010): The asymmetry of European integration, or why the EU cannot be a ‘social market economy’, in: Socio-Economic Review, 8: 211–250.

The Future of European Production Regimes and Labour Markets

Session 12

Labour Markets under Pressure – Challenges for European Welfare States

Scharpf, Fritz. W. (2001): Employment and the welfare state. A continental dilemma, in: Ebbinghaus, Bernhard/ Manow, Philip (eds.): Comparing Welfare Capitalism. Social policy and political economy in Europe, Japan, and the USA. London/ New York: Routledge, pp. 270-283.

Session 13

Employment growth and social inclusion in the European Union

Di Cataldo, Marco; Rodríguez-Pose, Andrés (2017): What drives employment growth and social inclusion in the regions of the European Union?, Regional Studies. Online first: 1-20.

Session 14 Youth Unemployment across European Economies: Evidence and Explanations

Dietrich, Hans (2012): Youth Unemployment in Europe. Theoretical Considerations and Empirical Findings. Berlin: Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung.

Session 15 The Future of Europe in the Global Economy

Seminarinhalte

Weitere Informationen finden sich im Studiport.

Literatur

Exam and literature:

Students will write a research paper (10-12 pages) on one of the topics and give a presentation in class. The literature will be made available online.

Europe in the Global Economy (IM)

Veranstaltungsnummer
22S209y
Semester
FrSe 2018
Typ
Seminar
Max. Teilnehmeranzahl
25

Termine

Tag Zeit Rhythmus Dauer Raum
Mo. 12:00 bis 14:00 Einmalig 28.05.2018 bis 28.05.2018 Gebäude Madrid - MAD 225
Di. 14:00 bis 16:00 Einmalig 12.06.2018 bis 12.06.2018 Gebäude Madrid - MAD 225
Di. 12:00 bis 14:00 Einmalig 12.06.2018 bis 12.06.2018 Gebäude Madrid - MAD 225
Di. 14:00 bis 16:00 Wöchentlich 06.03.2018 bis 05.06.2018 Gebäude Madrid - MAD 225
Di. 14:00 bis 16:00 Einmalig 03.04.2018 bis 03.04.2018 Gebäude Madrid - MAD 225

Kursleitung

Beschreibung

In the course “Europe in the Global Economy” students will study contemporary problems of European economies and societies which are linked to political and economic integration as well as the overall process of internationalization. The focus is on social risks and welfare in open economies. In the first sessions students will become acquainted to the institutional set-up of the European welfare states, learn about the different ways in which citizens are protected from social risks in European countries and will assess recent changes in economy and society. The following sessions deal with the process of European integration, in particular the development of peripheries and the promotion of local production systems. In the remaining sessions students will analyse how European integration contributed to the erosion of the social compromise. Contemporary problems such as youth unemployment will be looked into. The course is designed to teach students on the institutional diversity in which firms and markets are embedded and enable them to analyse problems related to dysfunctional arrangements.
Logistics and course plan
Session 1 Introduction to Course
The European Social Model
Session 2
Organized Interests and European State Traditions
Crouch, Colin (1993): Industrial Relations and European State Traditions. Oxford: Clarendnon Press. Chapter 1 (3-22), Chapter 7 (233-283), Chapter 8 (283-292).
Session 3
The Religious Foundations of European Welfare States
Kahl, Sigrun (2005): The Religious Roots of Modern Poverty Policy: Catholic, Lutheran, and Reformed Protestant Traditions Compared, in: Archives Européennes de Sociologie, XLVI, 1, pp. 91-126.
Session 4
Types of European Welfare States and Decommodifiaction
Esping-Andersen, Gøsta (1990): The Three Worlds of Welfare Capitalism. Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press: 9-54.
Session 5
Welfare state de-commodification: a revision
Scruggs, Lyle and Allan, James (2006): Welfare-state decommodification in 18 OECD countries: a replication and revision, in: Journal of European Social Policy, 16 (1): 55-72.
Session 6
Economy, Welfare and the Gender Dimension in Europe
Esping-Andersen, Gøsta (1999): Social Foundations of Postindustrial Economies. Oxford: Oxford University Press: 32-72.
Trifiletti, Rossana (1999): Southern European Welfare Regimes and the Worsening Position of Women, in: Journal of European Social Policy, 9 (1): 49-64.
Integrating Europe in a system of Multi-level Governance
Session 7
Regional Development in European Economies before and during the Crisis
Costis Hadjimichalis & Ray Hudson (2014) Contemporary Crisis Across Europe and the Crisis of Regional Development Theories, Regional Studies, 48:1, 208-218.
Michael Keating (2016): Contesting European regions, Regional Studies, Online First: 1-10.
Session 8
The Diversity of Local Production Systems in Europe
Crescenzi, Riccardo; Rodríguez-Pose, Andrés; Storper, Michael (2007): The territorial dynamics of innovation: a Europe–United States comparative analysis, in: Journal of Economic Geography, 7: 673–709.
Glassmann, Ulrich (2004): Refining National Policy: The Machine Tool Industry in the Local Economy of Stuttgart. Crouch, Colin; Le Galès, Patrick; Trigilia, Carlo; Voelzkow, Helmut (eds.): Changing Governance of Local Economies: Responses of European Local Production Systems. Oxford: Oxford University Press: 46-73.
Session 9
Integrating Diversity: Effects of Structural and Cohesion Policies in the European Union
Mairate, Andrea (2006): The ‘added value’ of European Union Cohesion policy, in: Regional Studies, 40 (2): 167-177.
Crescenzi, Riccardo (2009): Undermining the Principle of Concentration? European Union Regional Policy and the Socio-economic Disadvantage of European Regions, Regional Studies, 43:1, 111-133.
Session 10
Social and Institutional Fragmentation in European Economies
Glassmann, Ulrich (2012): Changing Varieties of Capitalism: Societal Consequences of Spatial and Institutional Fragmentation in Germany and Italy. Meardi, Guglielmo; Burroni, Luigi; Keune, Marteen (eds.): Economy and Society in Europe: A Relationship in Crisis. Cheltenham & Northampton: Edward Elgar: 159-184.
Session 11
The Erosion of the Social Market Economy
Scharpf, Fritz W. (2010): The asymmetry of European integration, or why the EU cannot be a ‘social market economy’, in: Socio-Economic Review, 8: 211–250.
The Future of European Production Regimes and Labour Markets
Session 12
Labour Markets under Pressure – Challenges for European Welfare States
Scharpf, Fritz. W. (2001): Employment and the welfare state. A continental dilemma, in: Ebbinghaus, Bernhard/ Manow, Philip (eds.): Comparing Welfare Capitalism. Social policy and political economy in Europe, Japan, and the USA. London/ New York: Routledge, pp. 270-283.
Session 13
Employment growth and social inclusion in the European Union
Di Cataldo, Marco; Rodríguez-Pose, Andrés (2017): What drives employment growth and social inclusion in the regions of the European Union?, Regional Studies. Online first: 1-20.
Session 14 Youth Unemployment across European Economies: Evidence and Explanations
Dietrich, Hans (2012): Youth Unemployment in Europe. Theoretical Considerations and Empirical Findings. Berlin: Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung.
Session 15 The Future of Europe in the Global Economy

Seminarinhalte

Weitere Informationen finden sich im Studiport.

Literatur

Exam and literature:
Students will write a research paper (10-12 pages) on one of the topics and give a presentation in class. The literature will be made available online.

Research Seminar

Veranstaltungsnummer
22S220y
Semester
FrSe 2018
Typ
Forschungsseminar
Max. Teilnehmeranzahl
20

Termine

Tag Zeit Rhythmus Dauer Raum
Do. 14:00 bis 16:00 Wöchentlich 01.03.2018 bis 31.05.2018 Gebäude Madrid - MAD 126
Do. 14:00 bis 16:00 Einmalig 05.04.2018 bis 05.04.2018 Gebäude Madrid - MAD 126

Kursleitung

Seminarinhalte

Weitere Informationen finden sich im Studiport.

Regional Economics II (Südeuropa)

Veranstaltungsnummer
22W237b_y
Semester
FrSe 2018
Typ
Seminar
Max. Teilnehmeranzahl
25

Termine

Tag Zeit Rhythmus Dauer Raum
Mo. 14:00 bis 16:00 Einmalig 14.05.2018 bis 14.05.2018 Gebäude Madrid - MAD 225
Mo. 14:00 bis 16:00 Einmalig 07.05.2018 bis 07.05.2018 Gebäude Madrid - MAD 225
Do. 10:00 bis 12:00 Wöchentlich 01.03.2018 bis 31.05.2018 Gebäude Madrid - MAD 225
Do. 10:00 bis 12:00 Einmalig 05.04.2018 bis 05.04.2018 Gebäude Madrid - MAD 225

Kursleitung

Seminarinhalte

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Bachelorkolloquium (Südeuropa)

Veranstaltungsnummer
22W238y_b
Semester
FrSe 2018
Typ
Seminar
Max. Teilnehmeranzahl
35

Termine

Tag Zeit Rhythmus Dauer Raum
Mo. 10:00 bis 12:00 Einmalig 28.05.2018 bis 28.05.2018 Gebäude Madrid - MAD 225
Di. 10:00 bis 12:00 Wöchentlich 06.03.2018 bis 05.06.2018 Gebäude Madrid - MAD 225
Di. 10:00 bis 12:00 Einmalig 03.04.2018 bis 03.04.2018 Gebäude Madrid - MAD 225

Kursleitung

Beschreibung

Es wird empfohlen, das Auslandssemester abgeschlossen zu haben.

Seminarinhalte

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