Jutta Allmendinger

Jutta Allmendinger

Education:

Degree (major: Sociology and Social Psychology; minor: Psychology), Mannheim University, 1982 Postgraduate Studies (Sociology, Economics and Statistics), Wisconsin University, Madison, WI, USA, 1984
M.A. (Social Studies), Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, USA, 1987
Ph.D. (Social Studies), Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, USA, 1989
Habilitation (Social Studies), Free University Berlin, Germany, 1993

Prior Work:

Director of the Institute of Employment Research, Nuremberg
Professor of Sociology at the Ludwig-Maximilians-University, Munich
Fellow at Harvard Business School, Program for Organizational Behavior, Cambridge, MA, USAScientific Employee, Max Planck Institute for Human Development, Berlin

Current Employment/Responsibilities:

President of the Social Science Research Center, Berlin since 2007
Professor of Educational Sociology and Labor Market Research at the Humboldt University, Berlin since 2007
onorary Professor of Sociology at the Free University, Berlin since 2012
Affiliate Professor at the Technical University, Munich since 2011

Areas of Research Interest:

Sociologies of Inequality, of Education, and of the Life Course