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The European societies face global challenges and socio-demographic changes that threaten their integration and cohesion. The development of market economies and welfare states, social inequalities shaped by education and labour market institutions, and social integration in ethnically heterogeneous societies have traditionally been at the heart of Department A’s research.
The development of democracy in Europe is at the heart/core of research in Department B. Coherence of the research activities in Department B results from both the common interest in European democratic governance and the methodological emphasis on theory-guided comparative empirical research in this area.