Finished projects

Research at the SOCIUM usually is organized in projects carried out by its departments, many of them being financed through third party funding. The SOCIUM receives essential support from institutions such as the German National Research Foundation (DFG), the VolkswagenFoundation, and other public and private organizations, i.e. health insurances.

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Comparing Financial Cultures of Households in the United States and Germany
Research Team: Raphael Heiberger (Head of project)

Forms of outpatient care in nursing homes and innovative housing options for people in need of care (INAWO)
Research Team: Heinz Rothgang (Head of project); Karin Wolf-Ostermann (Head of project); Dominik Domhoff; Rolf Müller; Achim Schmid; Annika Schmidt

Player consultants in Germany's professional football - a sociological mixed methods project
Research Team: Raphael Heiberger (Head of project); Tom Töpfer

Analysis of prescription data for patients with the indication areas of hepatitis C and rheumatoid arthritis
Research Team: Gerd Glaeske (Head of project); André Morawetz; Saskia Ritter

Analysis of drug prescription data
Research Team: Gerd Glaeske (Head of project); Stanislava Dicheva; Angela Fritsch; Heike Peters

Pilot Testing Project on Benchmark Standards for Inpatient Care
Research Team: Stefan Görres (Head of project); Heinz Rothgang (Head of project); Werner Brannath; Benedikt Buchner; Mathias Fünfstück; Martina Hasseler; Jochen Meyer; Claudia Stolle

Intra- and interorganizational conditions of interorganizational research cooperation. The case of MARUM
Research Team: Betina Hollstein (Head of project); Uwe Schimank (Head of project); Enno Aljets; Raphael Heiberger; Melike Janßen; Frank Meier

Healthday ADHS
Research Team: Gerd Glaeske (Head of project); Heike Peters

Formative Stages of German Politics
Research Team: Philip Manow (Head of project); Valentin Schröder (Head of project)

GOFAM - The interplay between Gender, Occupations and FAMily migration in Germany
Research Team: Johannes Huinink (Head of project); Tim Schröder; Sergi Vidal