Peter Graeff is Assistant Professor of Sociology in the Department of Social Sciences, Goethe-University Frankfurt am Main. He obtained a Ph.D. from the University of Bonn. His research interests focus on the analysis of negative and positive social capital and freedom. He is also interested in the methodology of measurement and on statistical methods for the analysis of social science data. He has coedited several books and has published in the disciplines major journals including the Journal of Mathematical Sociology, the European Sociological Review, and Quality and Quantity.
Recent Research by Peter Graeff
— Jan 8, 2013
- Read the Full Publication
- Chapter 1 - Why Do We Measure Freedom?
- Chapter 2 - Human Freedom from Pericles to Measurement
- Chapter 3 - An Index of Freedom in the World
- Chapter 4 - Measuring Individual Freedom: Actions and Rights as Indicators of Individual Liberty
- Chapter 5 - A Compact Statement of a Cost-based Theory of Rights and Freedom
- Chapter 6 - Conditions for Freedom
- Chapter 7 - Evolution and Freedom
- Chapter 8 - Liberty in Comparative Perspective
- Chapter 9 - The Evisceration of Liberty in Canadian Courts
- Chapter 10 - From Fighting the Drug War to Protecting the Right to Use Drugs