The Institute for Analytical Sociology
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.
Benjamin Jarvis (IAS) and Guilherme Kenjy Chihaya (Umeå University) have won a three-year research grant from Vetenskapsrådet for their project "Social Ties and Residential Segregation," in collaboration with Urban Lindgren, Einar Holm, and Matthew Weldon.
Marc Keuschnigg, Research Fellow at IAS, has been awarded the Karl Polanyi Prize
The open national SIMSAM meeting of 2016 will be held in Norrköping, 12-13 October. The meeting is jointly organized by SIMSAM MEB Family Design at Dept. of Medical Epidemiology and Biostatistics (MEB), Karolinska Institutet (KI) , Stockholm, and SIMSEG at the Institute for Analytical Sociology (IAS), Linköping University (LiU).
A Professor and Senior Research Fellow at the Institute of Analytical Sociology Petri Ylikoski has created a video that presents the basic idea of the so-called Coleman Boat.
Graphics and design by Wasita Witchutraiphob. Voice by Susanna Snell.
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The Coleman Boat explained in 7 minutes
Last updated: Mon Nov 28 15:44:05 CET 2016