Building on his dissertation in the completed project B02, the historian Gerards Iglesias talks about the workers' protests in Argentina at the beginning of 1919, which were violently suppressed, and the founding of the International Labour Organisation shortly afterwards. Gerards Iglesias was significantly involved in the conception of the podcast, which will be released in loose order.
In his monograph, the geographer analyses the dynamics of inter-state export relations between 1995 and 2018. In addition to a main core of the largest economies, Lischka identifies sub-centres in the Global South.
In a joint edited volume published with Palgrave Macmillan, the quantitative projects of CRC 1342 investigate if and how the global diffusion of a wide range of social policy programmes occurs through different network dimensions.
For his outstanding work in comparative welfare state research, the Faculty of Business and Social Sciences at the University of Southern Denmark has awarded the spokesperson of CRC 1342 the title of honorary doctor.