03.04.2014
The

The "Innovation Report 2014" of the Centre for Social Policy Research is published

The Pharmaceutical Market Restructuring Act (AMNOG) on trial.

Roland Windt, Daniela Boeschen and Gerd Glaeske presented the "Innovation Report 2014" on 2 April 2014 in Berlin. The report, which is based on data offered by the Techniker Krankenkasse has been prepared and presented by the Centre for Social Policy Research for the second time. Read more ...

26.02.2014
Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) supports Research Network Autism

Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) supports Research Network Autism

Falk Hoffmann is member of Research Network Autism.

The ZeS with Falk Hoffmann is involved on "ASD-Network" ("autism spectrum disorder", ASD) as part of the newly established large-scale project "Research Network Mental Illness". The "ASD-Network" is funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) with 2,9 million euro over four years and covers the areas of diagnosis, treatment, and health economics. Read more ...

16.01.2014
Bremen Social Scientist Professor Stephan Leibfried receives the 2014 Schader Award

Bremen Social Scientist Professor Stephan Leibfried receives the 2014 Schader Award

Special recognition is provided for social science research in Bremen on the welfare state and the state in general.

The 2014 Schader Foundation Award for Social Sciences goes to Stephan Leibfried from the University of Bremen. The prize, worth 15,000 euros, recognises Leibfried's outstanding national and international social science research on the welfare state and the state in general. It emphasises the contribution of his scientific and public work on finding solutions to societal problems. This involves, among other things, his efforts on the institutionalisation of international comparative welfare research and the effects of his research on social policy practice not least in Germany. Read more ...