The Weizenbaum Library collects the scientific publications of the Weizenbaum Institute, in particular journal articles, books, contributions to edited volumes, conference papers and research data, provided they are licensed under an Open Access license (usually a Creative Commons license).
The open access journal offers national and international scientists a forum for contributions to interdisciplinary research on the effects of digitization on society.
The publications of the Weizenbaum Series present results from the ongoing research of the institute. The series is open for different publication formats such as monographs, technical reports, preprints, working papers and many more.
Policy Papers encompass scientifically grounded statements, position papers, and briefings concerning contemporary policy matters and decision-making procedures.
The Weizenbaum Report is an annual study on political participation in Germany. It presents the findings of population-representative surveys conducted since 2019 by the Weizenbaum Panel research unit.
Once a year the Weizenbaum Conference takes place in Berlin. The Conference Proceedings are a compendium of the papers presented at the respective conference by national and international researchers.
Single publications that have been published in the context of cooperative projects.
The annual reports of the Weizenbaum Institute are published annually in fall and present in detail the work, activities and developments of the Institute in the past research year. In addition, they list all publications published by the scientists at the Weizenbaum Institute during the respective reporting period.
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