Prof. Dr. Knut Petzold

Methods of Empirical Social Research
HSZG - University of Applied Sciences

knut.petzold (at) hszg.de

Knut Petzold is a sociologist with expertise in social stratification, sociological action theory, and sociological research methods with a specific focus on research designs and causal inference. His current research interest covers topics including higher education and work, mobility and migration, ethnic discrimination, social norms, and the validation of survey experiments.

He holds a doctoral degree in sociology (summa cum laude) from the University of Leipzig and received a habilitation (postdoctoral graduation) from the Catholic University of Eichstätt-Ingolstadt. At present, he is affiliated as Professor in Methods of Empirical Social Research at the HSZG - University of Applied Sciences.

News:

New article: Heterogeneous Effects of Graduates’ International Mobility on Employers’ Hiring Intentions - Experimental Evidence from Germany. Higher Education, 10.1007/s10734-020-00524-3


New position: Professor (W2) in Methods of Empirical Social Research at the Faculty of Social Sciences, HSZG - University of Applied Sciences


Prize for the best habilitation thesis 2019, donated by the Eichstätter Universitätsgesellschaft


New article: Migration, Commuting, or a Second Home? Insights from an Experiment Among Academics. European Journal of Population, DOI 10.1007/s10680-019-09529-w



Last update: April 2020