Scientific staff of ISG
The ISG Institute for Social Research is a privately owned, independent research institute with offices in Köln (headquarter) and Berlin.Dr. Bennett, Jenny Dr. Engels, Dietrich Feldens, Stefan Dr. Fertig, Michael Dr. Fuchs, Philipp Hunger, Katrin Huppertz, Lisa Dr. Kaden, Ulrike Kalvelage, Georg Dr. Köller, Regine Loschelder, Christian Dr. Matta, Vanita Maur, Christine Micic, Uta Mielenz, Maik Oliver Porwol, Franziska Puxi, Marco Roth, Eva Dr. Scheller, Friedrich Schmaderer, Markus Dr. Schmitz, Alina Scholz, Anne-Marie Seidel, Katja Verbeek, Hans Viedenz, Jürgen
Kalvelage, GeorgResearch Associate, Cologne
Georg Kalvelage studied Social Sciences and Law (B.A.) at the University of Bielefeld and Sociology and Empirical Social Research (M.Sc.) at the University of Cologne and the University of British Columbia. Mr Kalvelage works as a research associate at ISG since 2017, primarily monitoring and evaluating social and economic policy interventions. In the field of labour market research, his focus is on vocational education and training, minimum wage research and research methodology consulting for public administration. Mr Kalvelage specialises in the development and implementation of quantitative research designs, often combining them with qualitative methods in mixed-method approaches.