Jutta Allmendinger

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Date of Birth 26 September 1956
Place Germany
Nomination 20 October 2020
Field Sociology
Title Professor of Educational Sociology and Labor Market Research at Humboldt University, Berlin

Most important awards, prizes and academies
2018 Award “25 Women who revolutionize our economy”, Magazine Edition F 2017 Helge-Pross-Award of the University of Siegen; 2017 Awarded the Thomas Mann Fellow of Villa Aurora & Thomas Mann House e.V.; 2016 Marsilius-Medal, University of Heidelberg; 2015 Appointed Senior Fellow of the Center for European Studies, Harvard University; 2014 Appointed Member of the Goethe Institute; 2014 Honorary Doctorate of the University of Tampere; 2013 Federal Cross of Merit 1st Class, Berlin; 2013 Schader Award of the Schader Foundation, Darmstadt; 2012 Waldemar-von-Knoeringen-Award of the Georg-von-Vollmar-Akademie, Kochel am See; 2012 Honorary Professorship in Sociology of the Freie Universität Berlin; 2012 Soroptimist International German Promotional Award – Award for her commitment to improve the status of women in society; 2012 Berlin Order of Merit–State of Berlin; 2011 Elected Member of the German Academy of Engineering Science acatech 2011-2019; Appointed Member of the European Academy of Sociology (EAS); 2011-2014 Appointed Member of the High Level Economic Expert Committee “Innovation for Growth (I4G)” of the European Commission; 2011 Awarded the “TUM Distinguished Affiliate Professorship” of the Technological University of Munich; 2011 Berlin Women Award 2011 – Senate Department for Economics, Technology and Women’s Issues, Berlin; 2010 Appointed Member of the Bavarian Academy of Sciences and Humanities; 2009 Communicator Award – Science Award of the “Stifterverband für die Deutsche Wissenschaft”; 2009 Appointed Member, Board of the Humboldt University, Berlin; 2007 Appointed Professor (W3) of Educational Sociology and Labour Market Research at Humboldt University Berlin (accepted January 2007); 2007 Appointed Member of the German Academy of Sciences Leopoldina, Halle; 2006 Appointed President of the Social Science Research Center, Berlin (accepted December 2006); 2006 Appointed Chair of Sociology and Empirical Social Research (focus on Labour Market Sociology) at the University Erlangen-Nuremberg (declined December 2006); 2004 Appointed Full Member of the “Berlin-Brandenburgische Akademie der Wissenschaften“ (formerly “Preußische Akademie der Wissenschaften“); 2003 Award of the “Deutscher Frauenring” for research on Life Development; 2002 Appointed Director of the Institute of Employment Research, Nuremberg (accepted November 2002); 1999-2002 Elected President of the German Sociological Association (GSA) (two terms of office); 1998 Appointed Chair of Organizational Sociology, Hochschule für Verwaltungswissenschaften Speyer (declined December 1998); 1998 Appointed Professor of Sociology III, Ludwig-Maximilians-University München (accepted January 1999); 1996-1997 Fellow at the Center for Advanced Study in Behavioral Sciences, Stanford, CA, USA (one-year fellowship); 1996 Award of the “Münchener Universitätsgesellschaft” for Extraordinary Achievements in Teaching; 1992 Award of the foundation “Mitteldeutscher Kulturrat”, Bonn for the work “State and Market Culture“; 1991-1992 Fellow at Harvard Business School, Cambridge, MA, USA (one-year fellowship) 1987-1988; Harvard Dissertation Merit Fellowship, Cambridge, MA, USA; 1986 Krupp Fellowship, Center for European Studies, Cambridge, MA, USA; 1984-1985 Fellowship of the German Academic Exchange Service for study residency in Madison, WI, USA; 1982 Award for diploma thesis from the foundation “Rheinischer Hypothekenbanken”, Mannheim.

Summary of scientific research
Sociology of the Labour Market; Sociology of Education; Social Inequality; Social Policy; Sociology of Life Course; Organisational Sociology.

Main publications
Allmendinger, Jutta/Jan Wetzel (2020): Die Vertrauensfrage. Für eine neue Politik des Zusammenhalts. Berlin: Dudenverlag; Allmendinger, Jutta (2017): Das Land, in dem wir leben wollen. Wie die Deutschen sich ihre Zukunft vorstellen. München: Pantheon; Allmendinger, Jutta/Ellen von den Driesch (2015): An Ever Closer Union among the Peoples of Europe? Rising Inequalities in the EU and their Social, Economic and Political Impacts – Outcomes of EU-funded Research. Brüssel: European Commission; Erschienen in deutscher Sprache als: Mythen – Fakten – Ansatzpunkte. Dimensionen sozialer Ungleichheit in Europa. Kleine Reihe. Theodor-Heuss-Gedächtnis-Vorlesung 2014. Stuttgart: Stiftung Bundespräsident-Theodor-Heuss-Haus; Allmendinger, Jutta (2012). Schulaufgaben. Wie wir das Bildungssystem verändern müssen, um unseren Kindern gerecht zu werden. München: Pantheon; Allmendinger, Jutta (2010). Verschenkte Potenziale? Lebensverläufe nicht erwerbstätiger Frauen. Frankfurt a.M./New York: Campus; Allmendinger, Jutta (2009). Frauen auf dem Sprung. Wie junge Frauen heute leben wollen. München: Pantheon (also published as: Allmendinger, Jutta (2010). Frauen auf dem Sprung. Wie junge Frauen heute leben wollen. Bonn: Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung); Fortsetzungen der Studie erschienen als: Allmendinger, Jutta (2013): Lebensentwürfe heute. Wie junge Frauen und Männer leben wollen. Kleine Schriften 55. Schaan: Verlag der Liechtensteinischen Akademischen Gesellschaft; Allmendinger, Jutta/Sophie Krug von Nidda/Vanessa Wintermantel (2016): Lebensentwürfe junger Frauen und Männer in Bayern. München: BayernForum der Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung; Allmendinger, Jutta (1994). Lebensverlauf und Sozialpolitik. Die Ungleichheit zwischen Mann und Frau und ihr öffentlicher Ertrag. Frankfurt a.M./New York: Campus; Allmendinger, Jutta (1989). Career Mobility Dynamics. A Comparative Analysis of the United States, Norway, and West Germany. Berlin: Edition Sigma.
Editorial Works: since 2017 Co-Editor of the weekly newspaper Die Zeit; since 2013 Co-Editor of the journal Neue Zeitschrift für Familienrecht (NZFam), Verlag C.H., Beck, Frankfurt a.M.; since 2009 Co-Editor of the journal Forschung. Politik–Strategie–Management, UVW Universitäts Verlag Webler; 2003-2007 Editor of the journal Zeitschrift für Arbeitsmarktforschung (until 2003 Mitteilungen aus der Arbeitsmarkt- und Berufsforschung); 2001-2003 Member of the editorial board of the journal Mitteilungen aus der Arbeitsmarkt- und Berufsforschung (MittAB); 1999-2003 Editor of the series Studien zur Wissenschafts- und Organisationssoziologie, Opladen: Leske + Budrich (now at VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften); 1998-2001 Developer, Editor, then Co-Editor of the journal European Societies, European Sociological Association. First release April 1999 (Routledge).

Professional address

WZB erlin Social Science Center
Reichpietschufer 50
D-10785 Berlin

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