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New Post Doc position available

Post Doc position (m/f/d) full-time job limited to three years Entgeltgruppe 13 TV-L FU Reference code: ERC_PostDoc Bewerbungsende: 16.03.2020 The Post Doc will join the new ERC-funded project “Governing with Data: Local Experimentation in Authoritarian China” led by Prof. Genia Kostka. The position provides an opportunity for both independent and collaborative research within an ambitious project while working in a small research team in Berlin. This research project aims to provide empirical and conceptual understanding of digitalising governance practices in authoritarian China. Through mixed-method, the project will achieve three objectives: 1. Study the variation in local digital governance modes and understand why these modes evolved in different ways. 2. Explore the mechanisms through which digital technologies are integrated into local decision making processes and governance structures. 3. Assess the impacts of new digital governance modes for citizens, businesses and the state. The successful candidate must be willing to be based in Berlin. Job description: Responsibilities for the Post Doc position include conducting empirical research for the ERC research project, working on joint research publications, ERC grant management, and organizing activities at the FU China Studies Institute such as workshops or events. Requirements: - Completed doctorate by the time of appointment - Field open to any social-science discipline, e.g. political science, economics, Chinese studies or sociology Desirable: - Empirical research focus on China - Fluency in Chinese and English. German is not a must - Experience or strong interest in qualitative and/or quantitative research methods - Research focus on digitalization/AI and political economy issues in China is a plus -The successful candidate must be willing to be based in Berlin. Further Information Applications with CV, cover letter, and name and address of two referees quoting the reference code must be received no later than March 16th, 2020 preferably electronically in one PDF file to Prof. Dr. Genia Kostka: lu.bai@fu-berlin.de or postal to Freie Universität Berlin Fachbereich Geschichts- und Kulturwissenschaften Ostasien und Vorderer Orient Institute of Chinese Studies Prof. Dr. Genia Kostka Fabeckstr. 23-25 14195 Berlin (Dahlem)

26.02.2020

New PhD position available

PhD position (m/f/d) with 65%-part-time job limited to three years Entgeltgruppe 13 TV-L FU Reference code: ERC_PhD The PhD will join the new ERC-funded project “Governing with Data: Local Experimentation in Authoritarian China” led by Prof. Dr. Genia Kostka. The position provides an opportunity for both independent research towards a dissertation project and collaborative research as part of a small team in Berlin. This research project aims to provide empirical and conceptual understanding of digitalising governance practices in authoritarian China. Through mixed-method, the project will achieve three objectives: 1. Study the variation in local digital governance modes and understand why these modes evolved in different ways. 2. Explore the mechanisms through which digital technologies are integrated into local decision making processes and governance structures. 3. Assess the impacts of new digital governance modes for citizens, businesses and the state. The successful candidate must be willing to be based in Berlin. Job description: Responsibilities for the PhD position include conducting empirical research for the ERC research project, working on joint research publications, and assisting organizing activities at the FU China Studies Institute such as workshops or events. Requirements: - Completed master degree by the time of appointment - Field open to any social-science discipline, e.g. political science, economics, Chinese studies, or sociology Desirable: - Fluency in English and Chinese. German is not a must - First experience in qualitative and/or quantitative research methods (e.g. field work) - Research focus on digitalization/AI and political economy issues in China is a plus -The successful candidate must be willing to be based in Berlin. Further Information Applications with CV, cover letter, and name and address of two referees quoting the reference code must be received no later than March 16th, 2020 preferably electronically in one PDF file to Prof. Dr. Genia Kostka: lu.bai@fu-berlin.de or postal to Freie Universität Berlin Fachbereich Geschichts- und Kulturwissenschaften Ostasien und Vorderer Orient Institute of Chinese Studies Prof. Dr. Genia Kostka Fabeckstr. 23-25 14195 Berlin (Dahlem)

26.02.2020

Neue Veröffentlichung von Prof. Klaus Mühlhahn in chinesischer Sprache auf der Webseite von ftchinese

Am 10. Jan. 2020 wurde ein Ausschnitt aus dem Vorwort des Buches von Prof. Klaus Mühlhahn Making China Modern in chinesischer Sprache auf der Webseite von FTchinese (FT中文网) veröffentlicht. Hier finden Sie den vollständigen Artikel.

12.01.2020

Ein gigantisches, waghalsiges Experiment: 70 Jahre Volksrepublik China

Artikel von Klaus Mühlhahn in der Neuen Züricher Zeitung

30.09.2019

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