InIIS Projects

At InIIS, we examine the dynamics of cooperation and conflict in world society. Our research is organized in research projects that fall into four thematic fields. Besides research on Institutions of Global Governance and on Conflicts in World Society project groups work, from a variety of disciplinary perspectives, on questions related to Democracy and Justice at a Global Scale as well as on the Theory and Practice of the Political. Current projects are funded, among others, by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft, the Volkswagen Foundation, the Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada and the Bertelsmann Foundation.

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Rebalancing the Enlarged Single Market (RESiM)
Research Team: Michael Blauberger (Head of project); Susanne K. Schmidt (Head of project); Anita Heindlmaier; Josephine Assmus

Figurations of Internationalized Rule in Africa
Research Team: Jude Kagoro (Head of project); Julian Friesinger; Klaus Schlichte

CRC 1342: Open welfare states? Social protection of labour migration and its repercussions for national policies (Project B04)
Research Team: Susanne K. Schmidt (Head of project); Jakob Henninger; Svenja Gödecke

Transnational Welfare: The rise, decay and renaissance of social policy in Africa
Research Team: Alex Veit (Head of project); Klaus Schlichte (Head of project); Alex Nadège Ouedraogo; Kressen Thyen; Roy Karadag

A Year in Tweets
Research Team: Ulrich Franke

International Intervention Against Sexualised Violence in Conflict Regions
Research Team: Alex Veit (Head of project); Lisa Tschörner

Fetishism and negativity in Rousseau's social and political theory
Research Team: Georgios Moraitis (Head of project)