University of Erfurt

University of Erfurt

Faculty of Economics, Law, and Social Sciences

The School of Economics, Law and Social Sciences offers an innovative degree program unique in Germany that links together the fields of law, social science with sociology and political science, and economics. With the interdisciplinary nature of this program, or the “meshing” of the disciplines, it provides an excellent base upon which to specialize later.

Departments

  • Law
    Professorship for Public Law and Modern Legal History; Professorship for Public Law and Public Administration; Professorship for Public Law, International Law, and European Integration; Endowed Chair for German and International Civil and Commercial Law; Hertie Foundation Professorship For Family Studies
  • Social sciences
    Professorship for General Sociology; Professorship for International Relations; Professorship for Empirical Social Research Methods; Professorship for Political Theory, Professorship for the Structural Analysis of Modern Societies; Professorship for Comparative Government; Junior Professorship for International Politics; Franz Haniel Professorship (Willy Brandt School of Public Policy; Professorship for International Relations
  • Economics
    Professorship for Applied Microeconomics; Krupp Professorship for Finance Studies and the Sociology of Finance; Professorship for Strategic Management; Professorship for Institutional Economics and Economic Policy; Professorship for Macroeconomics, especially Monetary and Currency Theory; Professorship for Microeconomics, especially Industrial Economics; Professorship for Econometrics; Professorship for Organizational Theory and Management; Professorship for International Economics, Junior Professorship for Econometrics
  • Public Policy (master program at the Willy Brandt School)

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