AG Prof. Huber: Soziologie der Regulierung
 
 
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KONFERENZEN UND VORTRÄGE

Prof. Dr. Michael Huber

VORTRÄGE (seit 2011)

Huber, M. (2011) Audit and the University. Trust, recognition and the reform of university governance, Presentation at the Conference of the Academia Europea and the Wenner Gren Foundation ”The role of trust in higher education: ethical and quality standards in research and teaching”, Stocholm, May

Huber, M. (2011) The Risk University. 27th EGOS, Sub-theme 50 ”Risk in the Public Sector”, Gothenburg, July

Huber, M. (2011) Mobility, ECTS and Grading A common currency and the emergence of local conversion rates. Presentation at the Conference on The Future of Higher Education; Bukarest, October

Huber, M. (2011) Überlegungen zu Organisationsaspekten von systemischen Risiken und relevanten Forschungsfragen. Vortrag beim Fachworkshop “Systemische Risiken und Sicherheitsforschung” veranstaltet vom Fachdialog Sicherheitsforschung (BMBF und ISI) Bonn, November

Huber, M. (2011) Die Risikoorganisation. Erste Überlegungen zu einem organisationssoziologischen Konzept. Vortrag am Institut für Controlling und Unternehmensrechnung (Prof. Dr. T. Scheytt) Helmuth Schmidt Universität, Universität der Bundeswehr Hamburg, Dezember

Huber, M. (2012) Zur interdisziplinären Erforschung der Universitätsreform. Vortrag beim IWT Neugründungsworkshop Bielefeld, Februar

Huber, M. (2012) Higher Education and the Emergence of Risk-Based Regulation. Vortrag bei der ECPR Standing Group for Regulatory Governance Conference, ”New Perspectives on Regulation, Governance and Learning”. University of Exeter, Juni

Rothstein, H. Borraz O. & Huber, M. (2012) Risk and the Limits of Governance: Exploring varied patterns of risk-based governance across Europe. Vortrag bei der ECPR Standing Group for Regulatory Governance Conference, ”New Perspectives on Regulation, Governance and Learning”. University of Exeter, Juni

Huber, M. (2012) Vertrauen und Misstrauen an Hochschulen. Vortrag im Rahmen der Tagung „Vertrauen und Misstrauen: Expertise zwischen Fachwissen und Öffentlichkeit“ veranstaltet von der DFG-Projektgruppe „Fachwissen und Öffentlichkeit“, Humboldtuniversität zu Berlin, Oktober

Huber, M. (2012) Wie Organisationen mit Fehlern umgehen. Anmerkungen zur Risikoorganisation. Vortrag im »Bielefelder Kolloquium für Organisationstheorie«, Bielefeld, November

Huber, M. (2013) Risikomanagement an Hochschulen. Ein vergleichender Überblick. Vortrag im Rahmen der Interuniversitären Weiterbildung Hessen, Rheinland-Pfalz und Saarland an der Universität Gießen, April

Huber, M. (2013) Schriftlichkeit in der Wissenschaft zwischen Staat und Universität. Tagung: Schreiben in den Geisteswissenschaften. Deutsches Literaturinstitut Leipzig, September

Huber, M. (2013) Zur 'unternehmerischen Universität. Vortrag auf der Bundesfachschaftstagung der Soziologiefachschaften, Bielefeld, November

Paul, R. & M. Huber (2014) ‘Self-Regulation and the Emergence of “Risk Pockets” in German Occupational Health and Safety’, 5th Biennial ECPR Standing Group for Regulatory Governance Conference on Regulatory Governance between Global and Local, 25-27 June, Barcelona.

Huber, M. & R. Paul (2014) ‘A Generalisable Promise of Risk? Risk-Based Self-Regulation and the Inherent Limits of State Intervention in German Occupational Health and Safety Governance’ at ‘Risk Governance and Regulation’ of TG04 at ISA World Congress Yokohama, July

Paul, R. & M. Huber (2014) Torn Between Equality Norms and Risk-Based Governance Stimuli? Comparing the Role of Professions in Occupational Health and Safety Regulation in Germany and the United Kingdom at RC52 Sociology of Professional Groups, RC15 Sociology of Health at ISA World Congress Yokohama, July

Huber, M. (2014) Regulation and Governance. Concluding Remarks. At the Workshop »Law, Regulation and Governance« Bielefeld University, Faculty of Sociology, Law & Society Unit, Bielefeld, November

Huber, M. (2014) Planning New Academic Futures. Risk management at German and English Universities. Paper presented at the 4th RESUP international Conference at ENS Lyon, December

 

Vorträge zu HowSAFE

Huber, M. (2011) The Risk University. 27th EGOS, Sub-theme 50 ”Risk in the Public Sector”, Gothenburg, July

Huber, M. (2011) Die Risikoorganisation. Erste Überlegungen zu einem organisationssoziologischen Konzept. Vortrag am Institut für Controlling und Unternehmensrechnung (Prof. Dr. T. Scheytt) Helmuth Schmidt Universität, Universität der Bundeswehr Hamburg, Dezember

Huber, M. (2012) Higher Education and the Emergence of Risk-Based Regulation. Vortrag bei der ECPR Standing Group for Regulatory Governance Conference, ”New Perspectives on Regulation, Governance and Learning”. University of Exeter, Juni

Rothstein, H. Borraz O. & Huber, M. (2012) Risk and the Limits of Governance: Exploring varied patterns of risk-based governance across Europe. Vortrag bei der ECPR Standing Group for Regulatory Governance Conference, ”New Perspectives on Regulation, Governance and Learning”. University of Exeter, Juni

Huber, M. (2012) Wie Organisationen mit Fehlern umgehen. Anmerkungen zur Risikoorganisation. Vortrag im »Bielefelder Kolloquium für Organisationstheorie«, Bielefeld, November

Huber, M. (2013) Risikomanagement an Hochschulen. Ein vergleichender Überblick. Vortrag im Rahmen der Interuniversitären Weiterbildung Hessen, Rheinland-Pfalz und Saarland an der Universität Gießen, April

Paul, R. & M. Huber (2014) ‘Self-Regulation and the Emergence of “Risk Pockets” in German Occupational Health and Safety’, 5th Biennial ECPR Standing Group for Regulatory Governance Conference on Regulatory Governance between Global and Local, 25-27 June, Barcelona.

Huber, M. & R. Paul (2014) ‘A Generalisable Promise of Risk? Risk-Based Self-Regulation and the Inherent Limits of State Intervention in German Occupational Health and Safety Governance’ at ‘Risk Governance and Regulation’ of TG04 at ISA World Congress Yokohama, July

Paul, R. & M. Huber (2014) Torn Between Equality Norms and Risk-Based Governance Stimuli? Comparing the Role of Professions in Occupational Health and Safety Regulation in Germany and the United Kingdom at RC52 Sociology of Professional Groups, RC15 Sociology of Health at ISA World Congress Yokohama, July

Huber, M. (2014) Regulation and Governance. Concluding Remarks. At the Workshop »Law, Regulation and Governance« Bielefeld University, Faculty of Sociology, Law & Society Unit, Bielefeld, November

Huber, M. (2014) Planning New Academic Futures. Risk management at German and English Universities. Paper presented at the 4th RESUP international Conference at ENS Lyon, December

 

Vera Linke, M.A.

Linke, V. (2015) 'Zur Bedeutung statistischer Beobachtungen in Versicherungen'; presented at BGHS Workshop 'Zur Kommunikation durch Zahlen', Bielefeld, Januar

Linke, V. (2013) 'Statische Statistik - Ist Prognostik in Versicherungen ein Datensatz oder ein Versprechen?'; presented at the conference 'Permanently Beta? Erfassen, Sortieren, Verwerfen - Ordnungssysteme in Organisationen', Hannover, November

Linke, V. (2013) 'Unsicherheitsbearbeitung in Versicherungsverträgen'; presented at the Magdeburger Methodenworkshop (Arbeitsgruppe Uwe Flick/Michael Dick), Magdeburg, Februar

Vorträge zu HowSAFE

Linke, V. (2014) 'When Risk-Analysis Needs Hazard-Assessments - Is Risk-Based Regulation Actually Part of the General Risk Discourse?’ paper presented at the International Sociological Association Conference, Yokohama/Japan, July

 

Dr. Regine Paul

VORTRÄGE (seit 2009)

Paul, R. (2009) ‘The vision of control: Self-limited sovereignty and the paradoxes of Italian labour migration policy.’, presented at the CRONEM-AHRC conference, University of Surrey, Guildford, 11-12 June

Paul, R. (2009) ‘From stratification to bricolage: Politics, markets and migrant rights in the EU’, with Emma Carmel, presented at the ECPR General Conference, University of Potsdam, 10-12 September 2009

Paul, R. (2009) ‘The struggle for coherence in EU migration policy’, with Emma Carmel, presented at the ESPAnet annual conference, University of Urbino, 17-19 September 2009

Paul, R. (2010) ‘Open borders, closed labour markets? Comparing labour migration management in European capitalisms’, invited speaker at the Social Science Research Centre Berlin (WZB), 12 January 2010

Paul, R. (2011) ‘Yet another ‘tool for growth’? Labour migration policy and varieties of capitalism in France and Germany’, presented at the 'Migration, economic change and social challenge' conference, University College London, 6-9 April 2011

Paul, R. (2011) ‘Understanding borders in ‘managed migration’: Labour migration selectivity in European economies, labour markets and societies’, presented at the methodology workshop at the 6th annual Interpretative Policy Analysis Conference, Cardiff University, 23-25 June 2011

Paul, R. (2011) ‘Hegemonic discourse across divided economic imaginaries? Making sense of competing state projects in European labour migration policy’, presented at the 6th annual Interpretative Policy Analysis Conference, Cardiff University, 23-25 June 2011

Paul, R. (2011) ‘Linchpin or poor cousin? On the variable role of the Bismarckian welfare state in German and French labour migration governance’, invited speaker at the workshop ‘Migration, institutions and welfare states – Negotiating practices of inclusion and exclusion’ at the Centre for Welfare State Research of the University of Southern Denmark, Odense, 27 October 2011

Paul, R. (2012) ‘EU free movement as variable policy context: Policy interdependencies between free movement and extra-EU labour migration in Germany, France and Britain’, presented at the 19th annual conference of the Council for European Studies, Boston/Massachusetts, 22-24 March 2012

Paul, R. (2012) ‘Comparing complex configurations: the use of ideal types in multidimensional policy analysis’ at the symposium ‘Social Science in a Changing World: State, Society and Policy in Perspective’, Department of Social and Policy Sciences, University of Bath, June 2012

Paul, R. (2012) ‘Labour migration policies in Europe: convergence or national trends?’, invited speaker at the international research workshop ‘Labour migration programmes in comparative perspective’, Department of Political Science at the University of Vienna, 18-19 July 2012

Paul, R. (2012) ‘Poles “don’t even play cricket!” – EU free movement, national labour migration policies and the strategic composition of the foreign workforce in Europe’, presented at the 9th annual IMISCOE conference, University of Amsterdam, 28-29 August 2012

Paul, R. (2013) ‘Limits of the competition state? The cultural political economy of European labour migration policies’, invited speaker at the International Centre for Development and Decent Work, University of Kassel, 11 February 2013

Paul, R. (2013) ‘Ambiguous stratification, ambiguous principles of deservingness: European Union governance of migrant rights and statuses’, presented at the annual conference of the Council for European Studies, University of Amsterdam, 25-27 June 2013

Paul, R. (2013) ‘Migration policies as border-drawing: Methodological reflections on the interpretive analysis of policy rationalities’, presented at the 8th annual Interpretive Policy Analysis conference, University of Vienna, 3-5 July 2013

Paul, R. (2014) ‘Crises’ governance in European capitalisms: Understanding the counterfactual evolution of British and German labor migration policy’, presented at the Final Conference of the Collaborative Research Centre 597 ‘Transformations of the State’, University of Bremen, 4-5 April 2014

Paul,R. (2014) ‘EU mobility, national labour migration policies, and the governance of foreign workers in Europe’, invited speaker at the Faculty of Economics, Kobe University/Japan, 24 July 2014

Paul, R. (2015) ‘Negotiating varieties of capitalism? Crisis and change in contemporary British and German labour migration policies’, presented at the Council for European Studies Annual Conference, Paris, 8-10 July 2015

Vorträge zu HowSAFE

Paul, R. (2014) ‘The mis-directed promise of risk: Risk-based self-regulation in German occupational health and safety governance’, with Michael Huber, presented at the ECPR Standing Group Regulatory Governance biannual conference, Barcelona, 25-27 June

Paul, R. (2014) ‘Driving or impeding risk-based governance? The role of professions in occupational health and safety regulation’, with Michael Huber, presented at the International Sociological Association Conference, Yokohama/Japan, 13-19 July

Paul, R. (2014) ‘A generalisable promise of risk? Risk-based self-regulation and the inherent limits of state intervention in German occupational health and safety governance’, with Michael Huber, presented at the International Sociological Association Conference, Yokohama/Japan, 13-19 July

Paul, R. (2014) ‘A ‘systematic approach to risk’? Developing risk-based regulation in the European Union', invited speaker at the Faculty of Economics, Kobe University/Japan, 25 July

Paul, R. (2014) 'From risk regulation to risk-based governance? An conceptual introduction to the workshop', presented at Law, Regulation and Governance Workshop, Bielefeld, 5-7 November

Paul, R. (2015) ‘Risk-based Approaches in German Occupational Health and Safety Policies’, presented at the European Sociological Association’s Risk and Uncertainty Group Conference, Stuttgart, 8-10 April

Paul, R. (2015) 'Risk-based regulation against national obstacles? Understanding the role of Europeanisation', presented at the Social Risk Analysis Conference, Maastricht, 15-17 June

Paul, R. (2015) 'Epistemic prerequisite for ‘remote control’? Risk as a governance tool in European border control', presented at the Council for European Studies Annual Conference, Paris, 8-10 July

 

Jacob Reilley

Reilley, J. (2015) “Triaging Risk with Surveillance System Technology: The Management of an Organizational Commitment”. Paper presented at the international workshop “Triage Devices: How Organizations Manage Commitments”, Goldsmiths College, London, UK.