Christoph Hermann

Lecturer
Research Interests: 
Economic and political sociology, sociology of work, commodification, european integration
Office: 
487 Barrows
Profile: 

Christoph Hermann has a PhD from the University of Vienna. Before coming to Berkeley, he taught at the University of Vienna and the Berlin School of Economics and Law, while being a senior research fellow at the Working Life Research Center in Vienna, Austria. His research focuses on the political economy of work and employment, commodificaiton, and European Integration. He also holds a position as visiting researcher at the Institute for Research on Labor and Employment, UC Berkeley.

Representative Publications: 

 

Books

Capitalism and the Political Economy of Work Time, Routledge 2015.

Privatization of Public Services and Impacts on Employment, Working Conditions, and Service Quality in Europe, Routledge 2012 (edited with Joerg Flecker).

 

Articles

Another 'lost decade?' Crisis and structural ajdustment in Europe and Latin America, forthcoming Globalizations

The public sector and equality, Global Social Policy 16(1)

Structural adjustment and neoliberal convergence, Competition and Change 18(2).

Still a future for the European Social Model?, Global Labor Journal 1(3) (with Birgit Mahnkopf).

Liberalisation and privatisation of public services and strategic options for European trade unions, Transfer 14(2) (with Torsten Schulten and Thorsten Brandt).

El Modelo Social Europeo entre la modernizaciõn competitiva y la resistencia frente al neoliberalismo, Revista de Economía Crítica, nº 6. Enero de 2008 (with Ines Hofbauer).