Robert Birkelbach

Robert Birkelbach

Research area Research Infrastructure and Methods
Researcher
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Robert Birkelbach is a social scientist and statistician at the Research Data Center (RDC) of the DZHW since march 2018. He is working at the meta data management system and prepares data for dissemination. Before working for the DZHW, he worked as a project manager data and analytics for respondi, an online market research company. Before that he worked as a researcher at the University of Cologne (2016-2017) and held a stipend of the graduate school SOCLIFE (2013-2016) where he started writing his dissertation on James Coleman's intergenerational closure hypothesis. He studied methodology and statistics of social and behavioral sciences at Utrecht University (M.Sc.) and Sociology at Mannheim University (B.A.). His research interests are in the areas of social network analysis, social capital, sociology of education and Bayesian statistics.

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social network analysis, social capital, sociology of education, Bayesian statistics

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Setting up a Research Data Centre for higher education research and science studies: setting up and data preparation
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