International Max Planck Research School on the Social and Political Constitution of the Economy
IMPRS-SPCE Dissertation Series
Studies on the Social and Political Constitution of the Economy
Graduates of the IMPRS-SPCE program publish their dissertations online or revise them for publication by a publishing house. Here you will find all the dissertations published by IMPRS-SPCE graduates, including those published online in the “Studies on the Social and Political Constitution of the Economy” series (a doctoral thesis series featuring dissertations by PhD students who have successfully completed the graduate training program of the IMPRS-SPCE), those published in print by publishing houses, and those published elsewhere as online publications or journal articles.
Food, Classed? Social Inequality and Diet: Understanding Stratified Meat Consumption Patterns in Germany. Dissertation, University of Cologne. Studies on the Social and Political Constitution of the Economy. IMPRS-SPCE, Cologne 2020.
Women's Political Representation in East-European Post-Communist and Post-Soviet Countries: Macro- and Micro-Level Analysis of the Factors of Election to the National and Regional Legislatures. Dissertation, University of Cologne, Cologne 2020.
Umweltschutz in katholischen Orden: Interpretieren, Bewerten und Verhandeln als Teilprozesse der Glokalisierung. Veröffentlichungen der Sektion Religionssoziologie der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Soziologie. Wiesbaden: Springer VS, 2020.