Anselm Vogler is a Research Assistant at the IFSH. Since April 2020, he has been working in the CLICCS Cluster of Excellence at the University of Hamburg on the sub-project B3 "Conflict and Cooperation at the Climate–Security Nexus". He studied political science and history at the Technische Universität Dresden and the New School of Social Research in New York City, USA. After his graduation, he worked as a Research Assistant and Student Advisor to the Chairs of International Politics, Political Systems, and Comparative Politics at the Institute for Political Science at the Technische Universität Dresden. Anselm Vogler is an alumnus of the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) and the Robert Bosch Foundation. He won the Viktor Klemperer Certificate for the best Master's graduate of his programme in 2018 and the Beijing Humboldt Forum's Young Scientist Award in 2019.
While currently working on the project “Conflict and Cooperation at the Climate Security Nexus”, Anselm Vogler is analysing which cooperative or conflictual strategies different security actors pursue in order to respond to climate change challenges.
Anselm Vogler’s research has been focussed so far on methods of empirical social research, including forecasting approaches. He has also taken an interest in foreign policy analysis research, and he has investigated causes of migration. Additionally, he has published work on the debate surrounding the economic growth/democracy modernisation theory nexus.
Erik Fritzsche. 2020.
Systemtheorie der Integration – Auf dem Weg zu einer Synthese der Integrationstheorien in praktischer Verwertungsabsicht.
In: Gesellschaftlichen Zusammenhalt gestalten, edited by Cathleen Bochmann, Helge Döring, 305-326. Wiesbaden: Springer VS. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-658-28347-6_14.
Erik Fritzsche. 2018.
Gefährdet Wachstum die Demokratie?.
In: Blog Postwachstum
Anselm Vogler. 2018.
Braucht Demokratie Wirtschaftswachstum?.
In: Die Demokratie und ihre Defekte, edited by Tom Mannewitz, 57-86. Wiesbaden: Springer VS. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-658-20848-6_4.