Sciences Po CSO/CNRS CNRS

Philipp BRANDT

Assistant Professor à Sciences Po

Axes de recherche
Gouvernance et organisations économiques : Savoirs, sciences et expertise : Travail, emploi et profession

Philipp BRANDT




Fast bucks, good money and public service: optimizing and experimenting in NYC’s yellow cab industry by Philipp Brandt

Philipp Brandt, new researcher




A l’aide de méthodes computationnelles et qualitatives, Philipp Brandt étudie les professions émergentes, le travail d'expert et ses effets dans des contextes historiques, économiques et technologiques.
Son projet principal analyse la construction d’une identité professionnelle de «data scientist» dans la communauté technologique de la ville de New York.
Il débute une nouvelle recherche et se concentre sur le métier en voie de disparition des chauffeurs de taxi jaune.






Sciences Po, Campus Nancy :

- Data Science for the social good (semester 2020)
- Expert work in the digital age (semester 2020)

Université de Mannheim, Allemagne : BA Seminars

- Introduction to the Sociology of Professions and Science (Spring 2019; Spring 2018; Spring 2017)
- Introduction to Economic Sociology (Fall 2018; Spring 2018; Fall 2017; Fall 2016)
- Empirical Research Practicum (Fall 2018)
- Organizational Innovation (Spring 2016)
- Hacking the Meso-Level (Computational Social Science Introduction; March 2014)

Université de Mannheim, Allemagne : MA Seminars

- Python Programming for Social Sciences (February 2018)
- Sociology of Professions and Science (Fall 2018; Fall 2016)
- Topics in Economic Sociology (Spring 2017)

Columbia University, New York, USA

- Organizing Innovation - Teaching assistant; instructor: David Stark (Fall 2015)
- Senior Thesis Seminar - Teaching assistant; instructor: Tom DiPrete (2013 - 2014)






Participation

American Sociological Association; European Sociological Association; Akademie für Soziologie (AS); European Group of Organizational Studies; Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics; Center of Organizational Innovation, Columbia University (2010-2016)


Grants

2018
“Immigrants’ career changes in German organizations” Mannheimer Zentrum für Europäische Sozialforschung (seed grant; Principal investigator)

2017
“Chains of opportunity in politics: An organizational analysis of politicians’ careers in the German Bundestag since 1949” Mannheimer Zentrum für Europäische Sozialforschung (seed grant; Co-Pi with Henning Hillmann)

Awards & Honors

2019
Sociology and political sciences student teaching award, University of Mannheim

2010-2015
Paul F. Lazersfeld Fellow, Sociology, Columbia University, New York, USA

2009-2010
President’s List, Jacobs University, Bremen, Germany





2016
Ph.D., Sociology, Columbia University, New York (USA)
Dissertation: “Mechanisms of Emergence in the Data Science Profession”
Committee: Peter Bearman (advisor), Josh Whitford, David Stark, Catherine Turco (MIT), Gil Eyal (chair)

2014
M.Phil., Sociology

2012
M.A., Sociology

2010
B.A., Jacobs University Bremen (Allemagne).
Integrated Social Sciences;
Honors: President’s List
Advisor: Christofer Edling



"The (Protestant) Bible, the (printed) sermon, and the word(s): The semantic structure of the Conformist and Dissenting Bible, 1660–1780", Juin 2018.

"Brokerage and Boots on the Ground: Complements or Substitutes in the Manufacturing Extension Partnerships?", 2018.

"Fixing network failures? The contested case of the American Manufacturing Extension Partnership", 2017.

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