Freedom of the press: Is media ever free of influences?

After studying in Australia, the United Arab Emirates and the United Kingdom, Hamza Amin decided to join the Doctoral School of Social Sciences at the University of Vienna as a doctoral candidate. He investigates how political and economic influences impact the journalistic culture in the Global South. © privat


“Glass ceiling effect” for women

Less manager positions, less board seats: Anita Györfi is a PhD candidate at the Vienna Graduate School of Economics (VGSE). In her research, she focus on the “glass ceiling effect” for women and investigates possible roots.


How language shapes our world

Learning the grammar of a language means more than just learning its system of speech sounds and linguistic forms. In her semester question-blogpost Soonja Choi, research professor at the Department of Linguistics, explores the relationship between language and thought.


Trends shaping the future of work

Iacopo Morchio is assistant professor at the Department of Economics. In this blog post he describes his current research on recent trends in European labour markets, and how they relate to this term’s question: “How will we work tomorrow?“. I have always been particularly interested in how economic systems, and the incentives they create, shape … Continued

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Freedom of the press: Is media ever free of influences?

After studying in Australia, the United Arab Emirates and the United Kingdom, Hamza Amin decided to join the Doctoral School of Social Sciences at the University of Vienna as a doctoral candidate. He investigates how political and economic influences impact the journalistic culture in the Global South. © privat


“Glass ceiling effect” for women

Less manager positions, less board seats: Anita Györfi is a PhD candidate at the Vienna Graduate School of Economics (VGSE). In her research, she focus on the “glass ceiling effect” for women and investigates possible roots.


How language shapes our world

Learning the grammar of a language means more than just learning its system of speech sounds and linguistic forms. In her semester question-blogpost Soonja Choi, research professor at the Department of Linguistics, explores the relationship between language and thought.


Trends shaping the future of work

Iacopo Morchio is assistant professor at the Department of Economics. In this blog post he describes his current research on recent trends in European labour markets, and how they relate to this term’s question: “How will we work tomorrow?“. I have always been particularly interested in how economic systems, and the incentives they create, shape … Continued

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