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Invitation – Call for Applications
WSI Summer School 2012
17 September – 21 September 2012 in Berlin
Industrial Relations and Crisis Management in Germany: a model for Europe?
What are the aims of the WSI Summer School?
The WSI Summer School is an excellent opportunity to learn more about the current features of industrial relations in Germany and the challenges ahead for organised labour. We want also to provide scope for a critical assessment of the topics presented and encourage a discussion of political alternatives. Finally, we will ask to what extent German industrial relations are currently taken as a model for Europe?
Who can participate in the WSI Summer School?
The WSI Summer School addresses students and doctoral students as well as young researchers from all social sciences (Economics, Law, Sociology, Political Science etc.). The WSI aims to have an international composition of participants. Therefore, the working language during the WSI Summer School will be English.
Application:
Applications for the participation at the WSI Summer School should be sent at latest by 27 April 2012 to wsi-summerschool@boeckler.de. Please use the application form enclosed with this invitation.
Fees:
All participants have to pay a lump-sum of 50.00 Euro for accommodation and meals during the Summer School. Travel costs have to be covered by the participants. In individual cases the WSI can award a grant towards the travel costs.
Where does the WSI Summer School take place?
The WSI Summer School takes place at the IG Metall Bildungsstätte Berlin Pichelssee which is a training college of the German Metalworkers’ Union IG Metall.
For more information see: http://netkey40.igmetall.de/homepages/bs-berlin.pichelssee/

http://www.boeckler.de/pdf/v_2012_09_17_call.pdf