Interdisciplinary Projects | Max-Planck-Institut für Sozialrecht und Sozialpolitik - MPISOC
Interdisciplinary Projects

Interdisciplinary Projects

Lost Potentials?

The completed project "Lost Potentials? The Rights and Lives of the Excluded" examined the issues of inclusion and exclusion associated with migration from a legal, socio-political and sociological perspective. It is part of the research initiative "The Challenges of Migration and Integration" of the Max Planck Society.

Baltic Sea States


The aim of the research project "Populations and Policies in the Baltic Sea States" is to investigate determinants of population development in the Baltic Sea region. This involves various research fields such as family, work, health and migration, which requires a strong interdisciplinary framework: The project brings together researchers from the Max Planck Institute for Social Law and Social Policy in Munich and the Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research in Rostock who have backgrounds in demography, economics, epidemiology, public health, social policy and law. Both Max Planck Institutes have established a broad network of national and international research collaborations, particularly within the Baltic Sea region, and are internationally leading research centres in their fields.



Opportunities and Limits of Municipal Education Policy


The German education landscape consists of a variety of formal and non-formal education opportunities. However, this is precisely where the problem often lies, as it is not easy to keep track of who is responsible for what and when. The provision of…

Read more