What are the consequences of digitalisation for the working world? How is the developing trend towards do-it-yourself and swapping affecting the economy? And what does it mean when our every move on the Internet can be tracked? Answers to these questions, as well as better assessments of the opportunities and risks of social and technological developments require the expertise of those in the humanities and social sciences. Such experts are essential to interdisciplinary collaboration with the natural sciences and engineering – both for their role in the implementation and transfer of innovation and for their societal evaluation.
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As a long-standing partner, we develop, advise and support the German Federal Government’s framework programmes and initiatives for the humanities, cultural studies and social sciences. We also offer our own broad, long-established expertise in the wide-ranging subjects within these fields of study. We are continuously developing targeted national and international formats for our clients to reinforce internationalisation, structural development, and the promotion of young talent in the humanities and cultural sciences.