[Ip-health] Job: 3 researchers in a project on global health

Sebastian Haunss sebastian.haunss at uni-bremen.de
Tue Feb 6 06:27:02 PST 2018

Dear list members,

at the University of Bremen we are currently recruiting three researchers with an interest and expertise in (global) health.

The position is part of the Collaborative Research Center "Global Dynamics of Social Policy" (http://socialpolicydynamics.de/index_en.html) funded by the German Research Foundation and will be located within the project A04: Global developments of health care systems and long-term care systems

Project A04, led by Heinz Rothgang, Lorraine Frisina Doetter and Sebastian Haunss, focuses on the emergence and spread of health care and long-term care systems worldwide. The main objective is to trace and explain the formation of different types of health care and long-term care systems. It addresses the question, whether and to what extent cross-national differences and similarities of these systems have been shaped by cross-national political, social, and economic interdependencies between states and by interdependencies with International Organizations.

Details of the three posts can be found here:


The deadline for applications is 20 February 2018.
We are especially looking for researchers with interest and/or expertise in health and long-term care systems in the Global South.

Kind regards
Sebastian Haunss


PD Dr. Sebastian Haunss
Universität Bremen | SOCIUM - Forschungszentrum Ungleichheit und Sozialpolitik
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