Manuel Slupina, born 1979 in Cologne, holds a diploma in economics. His studies at the University of Cologne focused on Economic and Social Geography, particularly on theories about regional growth, development and migration, as well as on quantitative and qualitative empirical social research.
In his diploma thesis he analyzed the transnational social space between Germany and Turkey with regards to the emergence and activities of human rights organizations. Of particular interest were the impacts of networking among actors on their scope on action.
Manuel Slupina has been employed as a research associate at the Berlin Institute since 2011.
Sievert, S., Slupina, M. & Klingholz, R. (2012). Nach Punkte vorn. Was Deutschland von der Zuwanderungs- und Integrationspolitik Kanadas lernen kann. Berlin-Institut für Bevölkerung und Entwicklung. Berlin.
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