Interuniversity Center for Social Science Theory and Methodology

PhD Projects 2022

Thank you for your interest in our PhD projects. The application portal closed on Monday, April 11, 23:59h.

 

  1. Understanding fertility outcomes by trying to predict them
    University of Groningen (project description)
  2. A life-course simulation approach to understanding fertility outcomes
    University of Groningen (project description)
  3. Plugged in? Effects of network embeddedness of local energy initiatives on their success
    University of Groningen (project description)
  4. A life-course perspective on work-care patterns and their consequences
    Radboud University Nijmegen (project description)
  5. Being the target of ethnic discrimination: A multi-actor study of discrimination attributions at the workplace
    Utrecht University (project description)
  6. Coping strategies to avoid being the target of ethnic discrimination: a longitudinal study of job searches
    Utrecht University (project description)
  7. Teachers’ socialization of positive intergroup relations. Disentangling ethnicity and social class
    Utrecht University (project description) – PLEASE NOTE: this project starts July 1, 2022
  8. Recognizing dual ethnic/national identifiers in social networks: causes and consequences
    Utrecht University (project description)
  9. Women without a paid job and social benefits: a life course perspective
    Utrecht University (project description)
  10. Why structurally integrated second-generation immigrants experience more discrimination from ethnic majority members. A two-sided approach to the integration paradox
    Utrecht University (project description)
  11. Retirement preparation among migrants in Europe
    Utrecht University (project description)

In the spotlight

2 awards for article “The Matthew Effect in Science Funding”

Thijs Bol (Associate Professor UvA), Mathijs de Vaan and Arnout van de Rijt (Professor UU) received two awards for their paper “The Matthew Effect in Science Funding”

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