Leibniz Research Alliance
Crises in a Globalised World

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Leibniz Institutions of Section B (Economics, Social Sciences and Spatial Research)

German Institute for Economic Research, Berlin (DIW)

DIW
Focus Applied economic research and economic policy as well as provision of research infrastructure
Section B
Working groups Economic and Financial Crises, Environmental Crises
Website www.diw.de
Contact person Dr. Malte Rieth

Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences, Mannheim (GESIS)

GESIS
Focus Rendering substantial, nationally and internationally relevant research-based infrastructure services
Section B
Working groups Economic and Financial Crises, Political Orders and Crises
Website www.gesis.org
Contact person Prof. Dr. Christof Wolf

German Institute of Global and Area Studies, Hamburg (GIGA)

GIGA
Focus Combining social science expertise on the four world regions, exploring developments in the field and linking knowledge to questions of global significance
Section B
Working groups Environmental Crises, Gobal Food Crises, Poliical Orders and Crises
Website www.giga-hamburg.de
Contact person Dr. Christian von Soest

Peace Research Institute Frankfurt (PRIF)

PRIF
Focus Identifying the causes of violent international and internal conflicts, carrying out research into the conditions necessary for peace, understood as a process of decreasing violence and increasing justice, and spreading the concepts of peace
Section B
Working groups Global Food Crises, Political Orders and Crises, Experts in Crises/Crises Experts, Theory and Semantics of Crises
Website www.hsfk.de
Conact person Prof. Dr. Nicole Deitelhoff
Dr. Stefan Kroll

Leibniz Institute of Agricultural Development in Transition Economies, Halle (IAMO)

IAMO
Focus Processes of change and the ongoing developmental deficits of the agricultural and food economy and of rural areas in Central and Eastern Europe
Section B
Working groups Envionmental Crises, Global Food Crises
Website www.iamo.de
Contact person Prof. Dr. Thomas Glauben

ifo Institute - Leibniz Institute for Economic Research at the University of Munich

ifo
Focus Combining the theoretically oriented economic research of the university with the empirical work of a leading Economic research institute, placing this combination in an international environment
Section B
Working groups Economic and Financial Crises
Website www.cesifo-group.de
Contact person Prof. Dr. Timo Wollmershäuser

Kiel Institute for the World Economy (IfW)

IfW
Focus Research in global economic affairs, economic policy Advice and economic Education
Section B
Working groups Economic and Financial Crises, Global Food Crises
Website www.ifw-kiel.de
Contact person Prof. Dr. Christoph Trebesch

Leibniz Institute of Ecological Urban and Regional Development, Dresden (IOER)

IOER
Focus Scientific basis for the sustainable development of cities and regions in the national and international context
Section B
Working groups Environmental Crises, Political Orders and Crises, Experts in Crises/Crises Experts, Theory and Semantics od Crises
Website www.ioer.de
Contact person Prof. Dr. Jochen Schanze

Leibniz Institute for Regional Development and Structural Planning, Erkner (IRS)

IRS
Focus Research on the transformation and governance of cities, towns and regions from a social science perspective
Section B
Working groups Environmental Crises, Political Orders and Crises, Experts in Crises/Crises Experts, Theory and Semantics of Crises
Website www.irs-net.de
Contact person Prof. Dr. Heiderose Kilper

Halle Institute for Economic Research - Member of the Leibniz Association (IWH)

IWH
Focus Processes of economic growth, causes for macro-economic dynamics, micro-economic processes driving innovations, and the role of financial markets for the real economy
Section B
Working groups Economic and Financial Crises, Global Food Crises
Website www.iwh-halle.de
Contact person Prof. Dr. Oliver Holtemöller

Rheinisch-Westfälisches Institut für Wirtschaftsforschung, Essen (RWI)

RWI
Focus Analysing what happens in the economy, why it happens, and which consequences changes in economic conditions and policies have for the individual and the society as a whole
Section B
Working groups Economic and Financial Crises, Environmental Crises, Experts in Crises/Crises Experts, Theory and Semantics of Crises
Website www.rwi-essen.de
Contact person Prof. Dr. Christoph M. Schmidt

Berlin Social Science Center (WZB)

wzb
Focus Theory-based, problem-oriented and often long-term research with a focus on problems of modern societies in a globalized world
Section B
Working groups Political Orders and Crises, Theory and Semantics of Crises
Website www.wzb.eu
Contact person Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Merkel; Prof. Dr. Michael Zürn

Centre for European Economic Research, Mannheim (ZEW)

ZEW
Focus Research of the highest quality, provide scientifically grounded economic policy advice, train up-and-coming economists and inform the professional and lay public
Section B
Working groups Economic and Financial Crises, Theory and Semantics of Crises
Website www.zew.de
Contact person Prof. Dr. Friedrich Heinemann