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Herbert Obinger is a Professor of Comparative Public and Social Policy at the University of Bremen. He studied Political Science and Economics in Vienna and Bern and received a PhD in Political Science from Vienna University. He was a visiting Fellow at Harvard University, visiting Professor at Jacobs University Bremen and Vienna University, and part-time Professor at the University of Southern Denmark. Carina Schmitt is Assistant Professor at the Center for Social Policy Research at the University of Bremen. She studied Political Science and History in Mainz and received her PhD at the University of Mannheim in 2011. In July 2013, she finished her habilitation with the thesis on the diffusion and convergence of economic and social policies in OECD-countries. During her research stay at Harvard University in 2013/14 she worked on social protection in developing countries. In particular, she focused on the influence of colonialism on the emergence of the welfare state. Carina is mainly working in the field of international political economy and comparative social policy research. Stefan Traub holds a chair in Behavioural Economics at Helmut-Schmidt-University Hamburg. Previously, he held a Chair in Public Economics at University of Bremen's Centre for Social Policy Research. Jointly with Herbert Obinger, he co-directed the research project "The Retreat of the State from Entrepreneurial Activities: Privatization Policy and Cutback of Subsidies in the OECD World, 1980-2010 " funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG). His main research interests are the provision of public goods, distributional justice, and behavioural economics.
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