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.
On Tuesday May 26 will Tore Ellingsen, board member of The Institute for Analytical Sociology, be awarded the prestigious Söderberg Price from The Royal Swedish Academy of Science. Our warmest congratulations!
Peter Hedström and Gianluca Manzo, Institute for Analytical Sociology, have been guest editors of a special issue of Sociological Methods & Research.
Fredrik Jansson, IAS, had an article published in the Journal of Theoretical Biology. The namne of the article is What games support the evolution of an ingroup bias?
Fredrik Jansson and Pontus Strimling, IAS, together with Mikael Parkvall , Stockholm University had an article published in the journal Language Dynamics and Change.
Seminar - IAS The Institute for Analytical Sociology - Department of Social and Welfare Studies
Prof Howard Aldrich, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Language: English. The participations is free and open to students and researchers inside and outside of Linköping University.
13:30 - 14:45
Location: Kopparhammaren 2, K0301, 3rd floor, Campus Norrköping
For more info see http://www.liu.se/ias, contact Ulrika Frisk, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, phone 01-363169.
Miscellaneous - IAS The Institute for Analytical Sociology - Department of Social and Welfare Studies
Title: Mechanism-based explanation and illusion of depth of understanding. Laguage: English. The participations is free and open to students and researchers inside and outside of Linköping University. Further information and reading material at the link below.
13:30 - 15:00
Location: Kopparhammaren 2, Room 3054, Campus Norrköping
For more info see http://www.liu.se/ias, contact Thomas Grund, e-mail email@example.com, phone 011-363356.
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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We welcome guest researchers who work on topics related to the research and theory development taking place at IAS.
Please send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to explore this further.
Last updated: 2015-05-18