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The Institute for Analytical Sociology

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The researchers at the Institute for Analytical Sociology (IAS) conduct cutting-edge research on important social, political, and cultural matters. The research at IAS is sociological – in its original and broadly conceived meaning – and the researchers at the IAS come from several academic disciplines.


The interdisciplinary nature of IAS makes it possible for its researchers to make innovative use of methods and analytical tools developed in other disciplines than their own.

Through a combination of statistical analyses of big data bases, detailed micro research, computer simulations, and computer visualizations, the researchers at IAS seek to improve our understanding of important societal processes.

The research at IAS is in part financed with generous grants from the European Research Council under the European Union´s Seventh Framework Programme (FP7/2007-2013), the Swedish Research Council and Riksbankens Jubileumsfond.

 

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Progam

Here is our academic program for spring 2015. We have a seminar series, a workshop series and discussion groups. All events are free and open to all.

 

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Guest Researchers

We welcome guest researchers who work on topics related to the research and theory development taking place at IAS.  

Please send a message to analytical.sociology@liu.se if you want to explore this further.




News

Bidirectional associations between descriptive and injunctive norms

Pontus Strimling, IAS, Linköpings universitet have togheter with Kimmo Eriksson, Stockholms Univerity and Julie C Coultas, Stockholms University and University of Sussex published the article: Bidirectional associations between descriptive and injunctive norms, in Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes.

Spontaneous associations and label framing have similar effects in the public goods game

Kimmo Eriksson, Stockholms University and Pontus Strimling, IAS, Linköpings University have published the article: Spontaneous associations and label framing have similar effects in the public goods game, in Judgment and decision making, Vol 9, No 5, pp 360-372.

Peter Hedström

Fellow of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences

Professor Peter Hedström, Director of the Institute for Analytical Sociology has been elected as a Fellow of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences.

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Program Spring 2015 - IAS

The Institute för Analytical Sociologi, IAS, have an exciting program for Spring 2015,wich includes seminars, workshops and discussion groups. Welcome!

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Last updated: 2015-01-21