Comparative Public Policy is rooted in various social science theories and focused on the empirical analysis of policies. How can policies and processes of policy-making be analytically described and explained? In Tübingen we focus in particular on the analysis of economic and social policies in affluent democracies. We analyse and compare policies across nations, but also have a strong focus on policies of the European Union.
The Institute of Political Science, Research Unit Comparative Public Policy, invites applications for the position of
Student Research Assistant (20 hours per month) (d/f/m)
The duties of the assistant include supporting the research and teaching activities of the Research Unit Comparative Public Policy as well as support in organizing workshops. The assistant is expected to be interested in the main areas of the research unit: comparative social policy research, freedom of movement and social policy as well as
social rights of EU citizens. Requirements for employment are excellent academic track record, ability to work independently, and very good English skills. Good computer skills are an advantage. Applications in English (incl. CV and overview of previous academic achievements) should be sent electronically in one file by 15.10.2023 to the following email address: