Dorothee BohleResearch Fellow:
- Central European University, Budapest
- Labour markets and institutions
Dorothee Bohle is a Professor of Political Science at Central European University, Budapest. Previously, she was a junior research fellow at the Social Science Research Center, Berlin, and also held a visiting position at the European University Institute in Florence, Carleton University in Ottawa, and the Center for European Studies, Harvard University. She obtained her PhD from Free University of Berlin in 2001. Her research interests are located at the interface of international and comparative political economy, with a special focus on East Central Europe. She is the author of Europas Neue Peripherie: Polens Transformation and Transnationale Integration (Muenster, Westfaelisches Dampfboot, 2002), and her articles are published in Capital and Class, PROKLA, Studies inComparative International Development, West European Politics and Competition and Change. Together with Bela Greskovits, she is currently working on a book on capitalist diversity in East Central Europe. She is also involved in a research project on "Meeting the challenges of economic uncertainty and sustainability through employment, industrial relations, social and environmental policies in European countries“ (GUSTO), financed by the Seventh Framework Program.