Henrik Enderlein teaches Political Economy and Economics at the Hertie School of Governance. He holds degrees in economics and political science from Sciences Po, Paris and Columbia University, New York. He obtained his PhD at the Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies in Cologne. From 2001-2003, he worked as an economist in the Directorate International and European Relations of the European Central Bank in Frankfurt, before taking up a Junior Professorship in Economics at the Free University Berlin. In 2003, Henrik Enderlein was awarded the Max Planck Society's Otto-Hahn Medal for outstanding achievements by young scientists. During the academic year 2006-2007, Henrik Enderlein was Fulbright Distinguished Chair at Duke University's Political Science Department.
Henrik Enderlein is Pierre Keller Visiting Professor at the Weatherhead Center for International Affairs and the John F. Kennedy School of Government of Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts for the Academic Year 2012/2013.
A new research paper by the Hertie School’s Julian Schumacher and Henrik Enderlein, co-authored with Christoph Trebesch (University of Munich, CESIfo and formerly Hertie School) on the rise of litigation as a response to...
Hertie School Professor Henrik Enderlein, who is currently a Visiting Professor at Harvard University, was interviewed by Deutschlandfunk Radio about his experience of the tragic Boston Marathon Bombing on April 15th (In German). [more]
Hertie School Professor Henrik Enderlein is referenced in the article, "Kosten eines Griechenland-Austritts wären exorbitant hoch" [more]
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Prof. Henrik Enderlein is quoted in The Economist in an article on the current Euro crisis. [more]
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