Schulze-Cleven studies labor market and higher education reforms across the wealthy democracies, examining the changing politics of social protection and economic growth. His projects are united by particular attention to processes of marketization and workers’ collective responses to these developments. At Rutgers, he teaches classes on comparative social policy, employment relations and the political economy of work. In addition to his academic work, he volunteers for the German Scholars Organization (GSO).
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Examines far-reaching transformation of American higher education.