Discussion Papers

The findings of the current research at WZB are published in the "Discussion Papers". Many of these papers can be seen later in professional journals or edited volumes. The Discussion Papers are aimed at scientists as well as experts working in politics, economics and society.
 

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Teresa Backhaus, Steffen Huck, Johannes Leutgeb, Ryan Oprea: Learning through period and physical time (PDF)

Michael Wrase, Johanna Behr, Philipp Günther, Lena Mobers, Tim Stegemann, Leonie Thies: Zugang zum Recht in Berlin. Zwischenbericht explorative Phase (PDF)

Melinda Erdmann, Irena Pietrzyk, Juliana Schneider, Marcel Helbig, Marita Jacob, Jutta Allmendinger: Educational inequality after high school graduation – there is a way to change that. An inquiry into the effectiveness of an intensive counseling program 1.5 years after high school graduation (PDF)

Benjamin Schürmann: Populismus, Krise und politische Mobilisierung. Wie Angebot und Nachfrage die AfD-Wahl und politischen Protest erklären können (PDF)

Martin Krzywdzinski, Sabine Pfeiffer, Maren Evers, Christine Gerber: Measuring work and workers. Wearables and digital assistance systems in manufacturing and logistics (PDF)

Mariana Morais: Citizen Participation in Urban Policy: Lessons Based on Berlin and São Paulo Experiences (PDF)

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