Elinor-Ostrom-Project

Graduate Student Research

As a field researcher I was thrown into cultural industry with scholarly glasses and a need to find out the truth. I am eager to empirically study and explore organizations. I still benefit from what I have learned from my research project, currently, I am working on my MA thesis.

Nils Geib, Master CCM

Students at ZU working towards a Master's Degree also have the opportunity to work on their own research projects.


In addition to compulsory projects and research modules, the AMC, CME and PAIR Master's programs also have optional modules in which students are able to pursue their research in collaboration with study chairs or partners in practice on an individual and interdisciplinary basis.


Who was Elinor Ostrom?

Born on August 7, 1933 in the USA, Lin Ostrom graduated in Political Science from the University of California in 1965 achieving a Doctor of Philosophy. She embodies the interdisciplinarity of ZU par excellence -- she was a professor of Political Science and a leading researcher in the field of Environmental Economics, who was the first woman to win a Nobel Prize in Economics. In her work, she deals with topics that relate to contemporary issues such as sustainability and self-organization.


Further informations

Contact

Erdogan, Aynur
Erdogan, Aynur Dr
Executive Program Director Sociology, Politics & Economics | SPE and Director of Student Research
Phone:+49 7541 6009-1135
Fax:+49 7541 6009-1199
Room:FAB 3 | 0.73
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