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Malte Jauch

Graduate Teaching Assistant
Department of Government
Postgraduate Research Student
Department of Government
 Malte Jauch

Profile

Biography

I'm a PhD candidate in Political Theory at the Department of Government. My research focuses on questions of justice in the distribution of free time and the moral permissibility of working time regulation.

Qualifications

  • MA in Political Science and Public Administration University of Konstanz (2017)

  • MA in Political Philosophy Pompeu Fabra University (2015)

  • BA in Political Science and Public Administration University of Konstanz (2014)

Research and professional activities

Thesis

Justice for Grasshoppers

My dissertation engages with the question of how a just society should regulate and limit the amount of time people work. I offer several liberal and anti-perfectionist arguments in favour of policies that aim at reducing average working.

Supervisor: Tom Parr , Paul Bou-Habib

Research interests

Justice at the workplace

Working time reduction

Justice in the distribution of free time

Contact

m.jauch@essex.ac.uk

Location:

5A.214, Colchester Campus