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On Wednesday, 17.04.2024 , Prof. Dr. Matthias Dütsch (University of Bamberg, Minimum Wage Commission) will speak on the topic

"The minimum wage in Germany: Institutional setting and empirical findings"

will give a lecture. The lecture will take place from 04:15 to 05:45 pm in HS 43 .

After the lecture we will have dinner together at the restaurant Pizza Pie.

Attention: The lecture has been postponed from 24.01. to 17.04.24!

Matthis Dütsch has held the Chair of Sociology, in particular Labor Research, at the Otto Friedrich University of Bamberg since March 2023. He also works at the Federal Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (BAuA). Prior to this, he was a research assistant at the Chair of Labor Science at the Otto Friedrich University of Bamberg, where he received his doctorate in 2014, and he studied social sciences at the Friedrich Alexander University of Erlangen-Nuremberg (FAU).

His research interests lie in the field of empirical labor and occupational research. His particular focus is on minimum and low wages, occupational stress and strain, employment histories and occupational mobility as well as subjective judgments of fairness with regard to wages and wage distribution. A central component of his academic work is policy advice and the transfer of knowledge into practice.

Further information about our speaker can be found here:

Prof. Dr. Matthias Dütsch - Professur für Soziologie, insb. Arbeitsforschung (

We are looking forward to your attendance!