Doctoral Studies in Inequality Research
Doctoral Researchers of the Cluster enrol in the Graduate School of the Social and Behavioural Sciences (GSBS), which was established by the University of Konstanz in conjunction with its two Clusters of Excellence to bring together researchers from eight disciplines: Biology, Economics, Linguistics, Politics and Public Administration, Physics, Psychology, Sociology, and Statistics. The GSBS offers an Inequality Specialization as one of three elective interdisciplinary specializations (Collective Behavior, Decision Sciences, and Inequality).
The Inequality Specialization focuses on providing doctoral students with cross-disciplinary training linked to the Cluster's specific research fields, agendas, and methodologies. It investigates inequality in areas such as education, income and wealth, and participation rights. It thus prepares young researchers for an increasingly interdisciplinary job market while simultaneously contributing to cutting-edge research on the topic of inequality within various fields of research.
More information may be found here.
Graduate School of the Social and Behavioural Sciences (GSBS)
The Graduate School of the Social and Behavioural Sciences (GSBS) at the University of Konstanz is an interdisciplinary doctoral school, which aims to provide a state-of-the art training and research environment for doctoral candidates.
Early Career Spokespersons
Sophia Stutzmann and Nadja Wehl are members of the Cluster Board, representing the early career researchers. Sophia is an Independent Doctoral Fellow, while Nadja is a Postdoc in the project "Students' Perceptions of Inequality and Fairness (PerFair)." For more information on Sophia, see here. You may find more details on Nadja here.