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Prof. Dr. Gert G. Wagner

Prof. Dr. Gert G. Wagner
Role
Executive Board Member
Department
Executive Board
Key activities
  • Research Management
  • Policy Advice
  • Resarch on Social Risk Management
  • Research on Survey Methodology
  • Teaching of Economics

    Publications at DIW Berlin

    DIW Economic Bulletin (9 / 2017)

    Policy Goals in the Eyes of the Public: Preservation of the Liberal Democratic Order Remains Most Important

    Marco Giesselmann, Nico A. Siegel, Thorsten Spengler, Gert G. Wagner
    DIW Wochenbericht (9 / 2017)

    Politikziele im Spiegel der Bevölkerung: Erhalt der freiheitlich-demokratischen Ordnung weiterhin am wichtigsten

    Marco Giesselmann, Nico A. Siegel, Thorsten Spengler, Gert G. Wagner
    SOEPpapers (2017)

    Dimensions of Quality of Life in Germany: Measured by Plain Text Responses in a Representative Survey (SOEP)

    Gert G. Wagner, Martin Bruemmer, Axel Glemser, Julia Rohrer, Jürgen Schupp
    Diskussionspapiere/ Discussion Papers (2017)

    The Economics of Replication

    Frank Mueller-Langer, Benedikt Fecher, Dietmar Harhoff, Gert G. Wagner
    Beiträge in Tages- und Wochenzeitungen (02.02.2017 / 2017)

    Warum das Rentenalter ein gutes Wahlkampfthema ist

    Gert G. Wagner

    Lectures at DIW Berlin

  • Vortrag Entwicklung des Sozialstaats, Zwischenbilanz und Perspektiven der Reformen 2014 - 1017 : 15. Kölner Sozialrechtstag
    Köln, 16.03.2017

    Herausforderung der Alterssicherung im Sozialstaat
    Gert G. Wagner

  • Diskussionsteilnahme Gesellschaft im Wandel: Herausforderungen für Forschung und Politik : Symposium
    Berlin, 08.02.2017

    Gesellschaftsforschung quo vadis?
    Gert G. Wagner

  • Vortrag 7. Konferenz für Sozial- und Wirtschaftsdaten
    Berlin, 08.02.2017 - 09.02.2017

    Forschungsethische Grundsätze uind Prüfverfahren in den Sozialwissenschaften in Deutschland
    Gert G. Wagner

  • Vortrag 7. Konferenz für Sozial- und Wirtschaftsdaten
    Berlin, 08.02.2017 - 09.02.2017

    Forschungsethische Grundsätze und Infrastrukturen in den Sozial- und Wirtschaftswissenschaften
    Gert G. Wagner

  • Beratung Ausschuss Arbeit und Soziales des Deutschen Bundestags : Anhörung zum Thema "Rentenniveau"
    Berlin, 23.01.2017

    Stellungnahme
    Gert G. Wagner

  • Research Projects

    Aktuelles Projekt

    Going for gold? The intangible effects of the Olympic Games in London, Paris and Berlin

    Themen: Demographie und Bevölkerung, Methodenforschung
    Aktuelles Projekt

    EDaWaX (European Data Watch Extended)

    Themen: Methodenforschung

    CV - Short Version

    Gert G. Wagner is Professor of Economics at the Berlin University of Technology (TUB), member of the Executive Board of DIW Berlin, Max Planck Fellow at the MPI for Human Development (Berlin) and  member of the "National Academy of Science and Engineering (acatech)".

    Wagner is chairman of  The Social Advisory Council (Sozialbeirat) and he serves on the German Advisory Council for Consumer Affairs, the German Council for Social and Economic Data and on the Advisory Board to Statistics Germany.

    Wagner was a member of the German Science Council (Wissenschaftsrat), an elected reviewer of German National Science Foundation (DFG), a member  of the Methodolgy and Infrastructure Committees (MIC) of ESRC/UK.  the Advisory Board to the British Household Panel study (BHPS) and the Swiss Household Panel (SHP), and of the user selection panel of the European Large Scale Facility European Centre for Analysis in the Social Sciences (ECASS), University of Essex. He was the first treasurer of the Society for the Study of Economic Inequality (ECINEQ).

    Wagner was chairman of the Census Commission  and he served as an expert 2003-04 on the German Council of Experts on Immigration and Integration,  on the Federal Commission for the Sustainability of Financing the Welfare State,  on the Advisory Board to the Federal Ministry of Consumer Protection, and  he was a member of the Study Commissions "Growth, Waelth and Well-Being"  and "Demographic Change" of the German Parliament (Enquete Kommissionen "Wachstum, Wohlstand. Lebensqualitaet" und "Demographischer Wandel" des Deutschen Bundestags)

    In September 2007, Gert G. Wagner was  awarded the "Knight's Cross" of the Order of Merit of the Federal Republic of Germany.

    From 1989-2011 Wagner was director of the German Socio-Economic Panel Study (SOEP) and from 1997-2002 he was Full Professor of Economics at Viadrina European University of Frankfurt (Oder) and 1992-97 he was Full Professor of Public Administration at Ruhr-University Bochum. In the academic years 2008  to 2010 Wagner taught as a fellow at the Max Weber Center for Advanced Cultural and Social studies in the University of Erfurt.

    Wagner was visiting professor at Cornell University, Syracuse University and American University, Washington, D.C., and a visiting scholar at numerous research institutes in Germany and the US. Since 2016 he is again a research fellow of IZA Bonn.

    Among others, Wagner received grants under the European Framework Programs, from the German-American Academic Council, the National Institute on Aging (USA), G.I.F., Anlo-German Foundation (AFG), TESS (USA), and the German National Science Foundation (Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft).

    Wagner published in international journals such as Ageing & Society, Behavior Genetics, Behavior Research Methods, British Medical Journal, Developmental Psychology, Emotion, European Journal of Public Health, European Economic Review,  Environmental Policy and Governance,  Industrial and Labor Relations Review, Geneva Papers on Risk and Insurance,  International Journal of Epidemiology, International Migration Review, Journal of Conflict Resolution, Journal of the European Economic Association, Journals of Gerontolgy, Journal of Official Statistics,  Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, Journal of Public Economics, LIBER Quarterly, LIBREAS, Nature Genetics, PLoS one, Population and Development Review, PNAS, Psychology and Aging, Psychlogical Science, Science, and Survey Research Methods.