Laufende Forschungsprojekte

Quick Overview

  • SNSF-CTC: Career Tracker Cohorts
  • CAL-IMPACT: Expanding School Time and the Value of Computer-Assisted Learning – Lessons from a Randomized Experiment in El Salvador
  • Religion and Morality Policy
  • Gender Gap im Erwerbsverlauf
  • Feminisation, Agricultural Transition and Rural Employment: Social and Political Conditions of Asset-Building in the Context of Export-Led Agriculture and Alternative Income Generating Opportunities
  • Transitions from Education to Employment (TREE)

SNSF-CTC: Career Tracker Cohorts

SNSF-CTC: Career Tracker Cohorts

Swiss National Science Foundation (SNF). Project launch: May 2018. Project management: Prof. Dr. Ben Jann (Institute of Sociology), Prof. Dr. Michèle Amacker (Interdisciplinary Centre for Gender Studies). The SNSF Career Tracker Cohorts (SNSF-CTC) project is a longitudinal panel study with yearly cohorts. It aims at tracking the career paths of young researchers applying to the SNSF career funding schemes at the postdoctoral level. The main goals of the SNSF-CTC are to monitor the careers of the researchers and to evaluate the impact of the different career funding schemes of the SNSF.

CAL-IMPACT: Expanding School Time and the Value of Computer-Assisted Learning – Lessons from a Randomized Experiment in El Salvador

CAL-IMPACT: Expanding School Time and the Value of Computer-Assisted Learning – Lessons from a Randomized Experiment in El Salvador

Förderinstitution: Direktion für Entwicklung und Zusammenarbeit DEZA: IMPACT-Evaluation Award 2017, Universität Bern. (Kooperationsprojekt des Center for Regional Economic Development (CRED - Departement Volkswirtschaftslehre) und des Instituts für Soziologie (SOZ)). Projektsumme, Evaluation: CHF 72’000 / Implementierung El Salvador: CHF 313’500 inkl. IT-Material. Projektdauer 2017 – 2019. Team: Dr. Konstantin Büchel (CRED), Daniel Steffen (CRED), Martina S. Jakob (SOZ), Christoph Kühnhanss (SOZ). Betreuung: Prof. Dr. Aymo Brunetti / Prof. Dr. Ben Jann

Religion and Morality Policy

Religion and Morality Policy

(with Christoph Knill, LMU München, and Irina Ciornei), Swiss National Science Foundation, CHF 417.000 (September 2017 to August 2020).

Gender Gap im Erwerbsverlauf

Gender Gap im Erwerbsverlauf

finanziert mit einem Doc.CH Stipendium des Schweizerischen Nationalfonds (SNF). Projektdauer September 2015 – Februar 2020. Leitung: Barbara Zimmermann, M.A., Betreuung: Prof. Dr. Ben Jann

Feminisation, Agricultural Transition and Rural Employment: Social and Political Conditions of Asset-Building in the Context of Export-Led Agriculture and Alternative Income Generating Opportunities

Feminisation, Agricultural Transition and Rural Employment: Social and Political Conditions of Asset-Building in the Context of Export-Led Agriculture and Alternative Income Generating Opportunities

Swiss National Science Foundation, National Research Programme “Swiss Programme for Research on Global Issues for Development”. Project duration from June 2014 – May 2020. Leitung: Prof. Dr. Ulf Liebe (Co-PI, in total one PI, Prof. Dr. Heinzpeter Znoj, Interdisciplinary Centre for Gender Studies, and five CO-PIs).

Transitions from Education to Employment (TREE)

Transitions from Education to Employment (TREE)

Swiss National Science Foundation (SNF). Project launch 01.01.2000. Leitung: Dr. Sandra Hupka-Brunner, Thomas Meyer Betreuung: Prof. Dr. Ben Jann (Institut für Soziologie), Prof. Dr. Rolf Becker (Abt. Bildungsoziologie des Institutes für Erziehungswissenschaften) und Prof. Dr. Christian Imdorf (Institut für Soziologie).