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2 Dissertationsstellen im Bereich Föderalismus, Universität Innsbruck

Am Institut für Politikwissenschaft der Universität Innsbruck sind 2 Dissertationsstellen (30h/Woche, 3 Jahre) im Bereich Föderalismus ausgeschrieben.

Hauptaufgaben:

- Dissertation im Bereich Föderalismus

- Mitarbeit am „Forschungszentrum Föderalismus“ der Universität Innsbruck sowie am Institut für Vergleichende Föderalismusforschung an Eurac Research

-Aus- und Weiterbildung wie z.B. Teilnahme an Tagungen, Kongressen, internen wie externen Fortbildungen

- Mitwirkung in der Lehre und an den Forschungsarbeiten des Instituts für Vergleichende Föderalismusforschung sowie des Forschungszentrums Föderalismus

Erforderliche Qualifikation:

- Abgeschlossenes Diplom- oder Masterstudium in Politikwissenschaft (oder einer verwandten Studienrichtung) mit Schwerpunktsetzung auf Föderalismusstudien, sehr guter Studienabschluss

- Sehr gute Kenntnisse im Bereich sozialwissenschaftlicher Methoden

- Sehr gute Englischkenntnisse

- Teamfähigkeit

Zu den vollständigen Ausschreibungen:

https://orawww.uibk.ac.at/public/karriereportal.details?asg_id_in=10318 https://orawww.uibk.ac.at/public/karriereportal.details?asg_id_in=10317

Bewerbungsfrist: 22.03.2019

PhD Researcher, University of Bremen

At the University of Bremen Faculty 8 (Social Sciences), Political Science, the group of Prof. Susanne K. Schmidt invites applications for the following academic position (under the condition of job release): PhD Researcher

Salary Scale TV-L 13, part-time 65%, start date: as soon as possible.

The position is fixed term for three years and part of the project: “Rebalancing the Enlarged Single Market (RESiM)” that is funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG) and the Austrian FWF, and conducted in cooperation with the University of Salzburg (Prof. Dr. Michael Blauberger).

Project Description:

With Eastern enlargement, the socio-economic heterogeneity within the European Union increased significantly. Labour migration has become a highly salient political issue within the EU. In the UK, the criticism of intra-EU mobility was central for the decision to leave the EU. In this project we analyse the social rebalancing in the enlarged single market by considering three forms of atypical labour migration: marginal employment, solo self-employment and posted work. Focusing on three old (Germany, France, Austria), and two new member states (Poland, Slovenia), the project studies which kind of new social compromise are established and where its challenges lie. We go beyond existing EU legislative and transposition studies by examining the interactions of the three branches of power at the EU and domestic levels. Are political compromises on social rebalancing challenged judicially? How well versed are member state administrations to control social dumping through atypical work, and how do different economic actors position themselves in between social protection and the EU’s economic freedoms? The comparison among different forms of atypical work and different member states promises to provide important guidelines for the successful rebalancing of the enlarged single market.

Your responsibilities:

Independent work on a dissertation in the context of the project. Participation in the course programme of the doctoral school BIGSSS is possible. Research support for other members of the team. Close collaboration for interviews and data collection with the postdoctoral position in Salzburg and the two project leaders.

Requirements:

M.A. Degree in Political Science, or related. Expertise in policy analysis, qualitative and/or quantitative methods.

Language requirements: English and one Eastern European language (in particular: Polish or Slovenian).Working knowledge of German desirable.

Desirable: Interest in European integration; some knowledge of European law.

Applications including a cover letter explaining your motivation, CV, copies of degree certificates, should be submitted by Wednesday, March 27, 2019

Please find the full call for applications here: LINK

Call for Applications for a PhD student in “Migration and Political Parties”

Eurac Research (Bozen/Bolzano – I) (www.eurac.edu) in collaboration with the University of Vienna (https://inex.univie.ac.at/) is recruiting 1 doctoral student for a period of 3 years. The doctoral student will be based at Eurac Research (Bozen/Bolzano – Italy) and is enrolled at the University of Vienna and participates in the doctoral programme there (collecting also the required ECTS points at the University of Vienna). The successful applicant will be supervised by Prof. Sieglinde Rosenberger (University of Vienna) and co-supervised by Dr. Verena Wisthaler (Eurac Research).

The PhD Candidate focusses on the nexus between political parties, political discourse and immigration policies. S/he generates expertise on the interplay between the politics of immigration and diversity, and the politics of inclusion or exclusion of diversity at regional and/or local level. S/he develops a research design which concentrates on the regional and/or local level, and is comparative, by either comparing a variety of political parties in Europe or by comparing parties operating at different governmental levels in at least two European states.

Details of the contract

• 100% employment contract at Eurac Research in Bozen/Bolzano (I), Institute for Minority Rights – See details at www.eurac.edu/en/research/Pages/EURAC-Phd-Programme.aspx

• initial contract is for 1 year, but will be extended for 2 more years in case of successful evaluation of the first year.

• starting date: 01 September 2019 or as soon as possible thereafter Prerequisites • an excellent Master Degree in Political Science

• previous engagement with political parties, political communication or migration scholarship is an asset

• knowledge of English and German is a prerequisite

Applications shall include

• CV • 1 page motivation letter

• PhD Proposal: max. 5000 words, written in English or German, presenting objectives and aims, summarizing the state of the art, and including a section on data and methodology.

Please find the full call for applications here: PDF

Deadline for applications: 01.05.2019

 

 

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