Thyssen Award to Ulrich Glassmann and Jan Sauermann for best social science journal articles in German language 2011, second place. Read article.
Award for best journal article in 2011 to Ulrich Glassmann and Jan Sauermann by the editorial office of Politische Vierteljahresschrift on behalf of the German Political Science Association (DVPW). Read article.
Award by the Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences at the University of Cologne to Ulrich Glassmann and Jan Sauermann for an outstanding publication. Read article.
Award by the Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences at the University of Cologne to Ulrich Glassmann for an outstanding publication.Read article.
Award by the Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences at the University of Cologne to Ulrich Glassmann for an outstanding publication. Read article.
Europa-Förderpreis 2006, awarded to Ulrich Glassmann for a dissertation by the President of the European Parliament, Prof. Hans-Gert Pöttering. Read book.
Research grant by the Center of Excellence Cultural Foundations of Social Integration at the University of Konstanz for the project on the internationalization of financial markets and national patterns of private debt (€ 142,000). Granted for two years (2015 -2016), with Prof. Marius Busemeyer.
Research Grant by the Fritz Thyssen Foundation for an experimental study on group behaviour and the provision of public goods, with Jan Sauermann (€ 6,780).
Travel Grant by the Fritz Thyssen Foundation for a visiting scholarship at the Centre for the Study of Political Change at the University of Siena, Italy (€ 1,690).
Funding for the research project "Beyond Rigidities of National Production and Innovation Models" supervised by Colin Crouch and Helmut Voelzkow. Total Grant by the Volkswagen Foundation: € 290,000 (support of application).
Individual Research Grant by the Volkswagen Foundation for an analysis of the transformation of German capitalism and a case study on business development in the Cologne media industry within the project "Beyond Rigidities…" (€ 7,000).