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Malte Grönemann

Year: 2021

Center: Social Sciences

Supervisor: Thomas Gautschi

Malte Grönemann is a research and teaching assistant at the Chair for Sociological Methodology (Thomas Gautschi). He studied sociology, economics, and statistics in Bonn, Cologne and Mannheim including a stay at the Institute for Analytical Sociology in Norrköping, Sweden. He has been working as a student assistant at the University of Cologne and for the European Social Survey at GESIS before joining GESS.

His work borders between analytical sociology and microeconomics with social and economic dynamics, formalised either mathematically or using simulations, being at the core of his interests. In the past, he applied formal and agent-based models to study network diffusion, inequality and housing market dynamics. Methodically, he is interested in statistics, visualisation as well as data and research quality in the quantitative social sciences

Malte Grönemann, M.A.

Malte Grönemann, M.A.

Doctoral Candidate
University of Mannheim
School of Social Sciences
A 5, 6
Building A – Room 430
68159 Mannheim
Phone: +49 621 181-2044
Fax: +49 621 181-2048
E-mail: malte.groenemannmail-uni-mannheim.de