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International Collaboration

Acknowledging the importance of an interdisciplinary approach to the social sciences, the ICS attaches great value to international contacts in the fields of sociology, economics, psychology, history, applied mathematics, and the political sciences. Below, you will find a list of standing cooperative relations of the ICS members with universities abroad.

Austria
  • Johannes Kepler University, Institute of Sociology, Department of Empirical Social Research, Linz (Johann Bacher)
Australia
  • Australian National University, Australian Demographic and Social Research Institute, Canberra (Peter McDonald)
  • Australian National University, Sociology Program, Canberra (Mariah Evans, Jonathan Kelley)
  • University of Queensland, School of Social Science, St. Lucia (Frank L. Jones)
  • Monash University, Monash Asia Institute, Melbourne (Marika Vicziany)
  • University of Melbourne, Department of Psychology (Philippa Pattison, Garry Robbins, Ray Adams)
Belgium
  • Antwerp University (Arjen van Witteloostuijn)
  • Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Social Research (SOCO), Elsene (Jan van Bavel)
  • Ghent University, Department of Sociology (Raf Vanderstraeten)
Canada
  • University of Alberta, Edmonton (Frank Trovato)
  • University of Toronto (Barry Wellman, Bonnie Erickson) Czech Republic
  • Masaryk University, Faculty of Social Studies, Social Policy and Social Work, Brno (Tomáš Sirovátka)
China
  • XI’an Jiatong University (XJTU), Institute for Empirical Social Science (IESSR), Xi’an (Yanjie Bian)
Denmark
  • Copenhagen Business School (Nicolai Foss)
Estland
  • Tallin University, Institute of International and Social Studies (Ellu Saar)
Finland
  • University of Turku (Christina Salmivalli)
France
  • CMH-CNRS, Paris (Lise Mounier)
  • Institut des Sciences Politiques, Paris (Erhard Friedberg)
  • Laboratoire de Sociologie Quantitative, CREST-INSEE, Paris (Yannick Lemel)
  • Sciences Po and CNRS, Paris (Laurent Lesnard)
  • Université de Paris – Dauphine (Emmanuel Lazega)
  • Université de Paris – Sorbonne, Maison des Sciences de l’Homme, (Raymond Boudon)
  • Université Paris X-Nanterre, École doctorale “ Economie, organisations, société ” (Olivier Favereau)
Germany
  • Bamberg University, Department of Sociology (Hans-Peter Blossfeld)
  • University of Bayreuth, Department of Philosophy (Rainer Hegselmann)
  • Universität Bielefeld (Stefan Liebig)
  • Universität Bremen, EMPAS – Institut für Angewandte und Empirische Soziologie (Johannes Huinink)
  • University of Cologne, Department of Economics (Axel Ockenfels)
  • Universität Duisburg Essen, Department of Sociology, (Wolfgang Sodeur)
  • Heinrich-Heine-University Düsseldorf, Department of Sociology (Michael Baurmann)
  • University Erlangen-Nürnberg, Institute of Labour Market and Socio-Economics (Martin Abraham)
  • Universität zu Köln, Institut für Angewandte Sozialforschung (Wolfgang Jagodzinski, Detlef Fetchenhauer)
  • University of Konstanz, Faculty of Politics, Law and Economics (Friedrich Breyer, Gerald Schneider)
  • Universität Leipzig, Institut für Soziologie, (Karl-Dieter Opp, Kurt Mühler, Thomas Voss)
  • University of Mannheim, Department of Political Science (Thomas Koenig, Franz Pappi)
  • University of Mannheim, Department of Sociology, (Hartmut Esser, Frank Kalter, Clemens Kroneberg)
  • University of Munich, Department of Sociology (Norman Braun, Rolf Ziegler)
  • Carl-von-Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg, Center for Social Science Methodology (Jan Lorenz)
Italy
  • University of Brescia (Flaminio Squazzoni)
  • European University Institute, Department of Political and Social Sciences, San Domenico di Fiesole (Fabrizio Bernardi)
  • University Bocconi, Milan, Department of Decision Sciences (Francesco Billari, Arnstein Aassve)
  • University Bocconi, Milan, Department of Management and Technology (Anna Grandori)
  • University of Milan (Antonio M. Chiesi)
  • University of Turin (Filippo Barbera, Davide Barrera, Giangiacomo Bravo)
Israel
  • University of Haifa (Vered Kraus)
  • Tel Aviv University (Yossi Shavit)
Japan
  • Kyushu University, Fukuoka (Kazuto Misumi)
  • Konan University, Kobe (Hiroshi Hiramatsu)
  • Tohoku University, Sendai (Yoshimichi Sato)
  • Tohoku Gakuin University, Faculty of Liberal Arts, Sendai (Toshitake Kuji)
Portugal
  • Universidade de Lisboa, Instituto de Ciências Sociais (Marta Varanda)
Russia
  • Russian Academy of Sciences, Sociological Institute, Saint Petersburg (Galina Saganenko)
Slovenia
  • University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Social Sciences (Anuška Ferligoj, Vladimir Batagelj)
Sweden
  • University of Lund (Krzysztof Nowicki, Tommy Bengtsson, Jan Lanke)
  • Stockholm University, Department of Sociology (Gunnar Andersson, Gerda Neyer, Ann-Zofie Duvander, Livia Oláh)
  • University of Stockholm, Department of Statistics (Ove Frank)
  • Stockholm University, Swedish Institute for Social Research (SOFI), (Michael Tåhlin)
Switzerland
  • University of Bern, Department of Sociology (Axel Franzen)
  • Universitá della Svizzera italiana, Lugano (Alessandro Lomi, Paolo Goncalves, Erik Larsen, Filippo Wezel)
  • ETH Zürich, Department of Sociology (Andreas Diekmann, Dirk Helbing)
  • Universität Zürich, Empirische Wirtschaftsforschung (Bruno Frey, Margit Osterloh)
Taiwan
  • National Cheng-Chi University Taiwan, Department of Sociology, Taipei (Ray-May Hsung)
United Kingdom
  • University of Cambridge (Sanjeev Goyal)
  • Kings College, London (Terrie E. Moffitt)
  • London School of Economics (Peter Abell)
  • University of Manchester, School of Physics and Astronomy (Tobias Galla, Alan McKane)
  • University of Manchester, School of Social Science (Marc Tranmer)
  • University of Oxford, Nuffield College (Diego Gambetta, John Goldthorpe, Nan Dirk de Graaf, Peter Hedström, Tom Snijders)
USA
  • Iowa State University, Department of Statistics, Department of Sociology, Ames (Carl Roberts)
  • University of California, Haas School of Business, Berkeley (Oliver Williamson)
  • Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana (Stanley Wasserman)
  • Bowling Green State University, Department of Sociology, Bowling Green, OH (Wendy Manning)
  • Harvard University, Department of Sociology, Cambridge, Massachusetts (Peter Marsden)
  • University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, Carolina Population Center (Ronald Rindfuss)
  • University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, Department of Political Science (Gary Marks)
  • University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, Department of Sociology (Ted Mouw)
  • The University of Chicago Booth School of Business (Ronald Burt)
  • University of Chicago, Department of Psychology (John Cacioppo)
  • University of Chicago, Department of Sociology (Edward Laumann, Kazuo Yamaguchi)
  • University of South Carolina, Department of Sociology, Columbia (David Willer, Brent Simpson)
  • Duke University, Durham (Miller McPherson, Lynn Smith-Lovin, Nan Lin)
  • Cornell University, Ithaca (Victor Nee, Michael Macy, Douglas Heckathorn)
  • University of California, Department of Sociology, Irvine (Judith K. Treas)
  • University of California, School of Social Sciences, Irvine (Linton Freeman, William Batchelder, John Boyd, Katherine Faust)
  • University of Kansas, Schiefelbusch Institute for Life Span Studies, Lawrence (Todd Little)
  • University of California, Department of Sociology and Institute for Social Science Research, Los Angeles (Donald J. Treiman, Elisabeth Stephenson)
  • University of Kentucky, Lexington (Joe LaBianca)
  • The University of Wisconsin – Madison (Thomas A. DiPrete)
  • Columbia University, Center for the Social Sciences, New York (Harrison White, Michael Sobel)
  • Columbia University, Department of Sociology, New York (Thomas A. DiPrete)
  • Columbia University, Graduate School of Business, New York (James Kitts)
  • St. John’s University, New York (Ernest V.E. Hodges)
  • New York University (Bruce Bueno de Mesquita)
  • Carnegie Mellon University, Department of Social and Decision Science, Pittsburgh (Kathleen Carley)
  • University of Pittsburgh (Pat Doreian, Tom Fararo)
  • University of Nevada, Reno (Mariah Evans, Jonathan Kelley)
  • University of Washington, Center for Statistics in the Social Sciences, Seattle (Martina Morris)
  • Stanford University, Department of Sociology (Karen Cook, Woody Powell)
  • Stanford University, Hoover Institution, California (Bruce Bueno de Mesquita, P. Sniderman)
  • University of South Florida, College of Arts and Sciences, Tampa (John Skvoretz)
  • University of Arizona, Department of Sociology, Tucson (Ronald Breiger)