• The Politics of Inequality

    Inequality has political consequences. Inequality has political causes. Although the investigation of inequality is highly relevant within the social sciences, the correlations between inequality and political processes have for the most part remained in the blind spot of research endeavours.

  • Call for Applications: Cluster Projects

    We are overjoyed to open the first call for applications for research projects on the "Politics of Inequality". Starting right now, Cluster members can file their applications. We are picking up steam!




Integration barometer reveals stable climate

Following their first report in 2016, Professor Claudia Diehl, sociologist at the University of Konstanz, and eight other researchers on the Expert Council of German Foundations on Integration and Migration (Sachverständigenrat deutscher Stiftungen für Integration und Migration) have now published a second representative survey with the title “Integration Barometer”.

Hitler: election campaigner with limited influence?

Political scientists in Konstanz and Berlin qualify the perception of Hitler as one of the most influential speakers in history through their extensive analysis of Adolf Hitler’s election campaign appearances and election results between 1927 and 1933

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