Richard Wolff, M.A.
|Research Assistant and Ph.D. candidate, Chair of Labour Studies, University of Bamberg|
|04/2018 - 04/2019||Research Assistant, Institut für Sozialforschung München (ISF)|
|10/2015 - 10/2018||Master of Arts in Sociology with statistics at the University of Munich (with exchange at Trinity College Dublin)|
Main Research Interests
Quantitative methods in social research, public policy, justice and acceptance research, welfare state research, (German) labor market, unemployment and further education, qualification matching and intergenerational mobility, labor migration research
The research focus is currently on current policy measures that aim to alleviate or avoid negative labour market impacts.
Publications and lectures
Osiander, Christopher; Senghaas, Monika; Stephan, Gesine; Struck, Olaf; Wolff, Richard (2020): 'Acceptance of social- and labor market programs and regulations': Methodological report on the first survey wave. (IAB-Forschungsbericht, 07/2020), Nürnberg, 32 S.