Prof. Manfred Max Bergman is Chair of Social Research and Methodology at the University of Basel, Research Councilor of the Swiss National Science Foundation, and member of the Uganda National Academy of Sciences and the Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN), a global initiative for the United Nations. He is President of the Swiss Academic Society for Environmental Research and Ecology, Section Editor in Chief of Sustainability and Editor in Chief of World.
Prof. Bergman studied at the Universities of California (BA), Geneva (MA), and Cambridge (PhD). Previous academic affiliations include the Universities of Cambridge, Florence (European University Institute), Geneva, Loyola Chicago, Notre Dame, Oxford, Stellenbosch, St. Gall, Texas A&M, the Witwatersrand, and Zurich.
As part of his visiting professorship at the University of Michigan, he is currently working on mixed method designs and research projects with Mike Fetters and Tim Guetterman. His publications are available at ReserachGate and at Google Scholar.
|Living the City: Stipendien der Humer-Stiftung für akademische Nachwuchskräfte||Arlt, Veit||Laufend|
|Response propensity and acquiescence: Effects on data quality. A study of non-participation in large-scale social surveys||Bergman, Manfred Max||Abgeschlossen|
|VINCI Assessing UNESCO Values||Bergman, Manfred Max||Abgeschlossen|