Andrea Römmele, Hertie's Professor for Communications in Politics and Civil Society, dissects whether or not political scandals actually have an impact on the voter on election day.
Patrick Gilroy. MPP Class of 2011 student Patrick is the first recipient of the Hertie Internship Fund from Alumni (HIFA).
Prof. Dr. Andrea Römmele will transfer from the International University Bruchsal to the Hertie School of Governance in Berlin. Professor Römmele will hold the newly-created position of Professor for Communication in Politics and...
"Studying Belarus is like finding one’s way through a web of complex legacies": Hertie Students Lucy Kinski and Robert Schachtschneider form half of a group of Studienkolleg participants delving deeper into the complexities of...
Recently, young legal professionals from the Southern Caucasus region took part in the GTZ Winter Academy at the Hertie School.
What is the role of the state after the global financial crisis? Hertie School Trustee and Former German Finance State Secretary Dr. Manfred Overhaus presents his ideas.
A number of Hertie School Faculty have contributed to a "handbook of progressive ideas for our times".
The 2009/2010 Academic Year has formally been opened at the Hertie School of Governance. We welcome all 116 new students, coming to Berlin from 36 different countries. At the same time, we'd like to extend warm congratulations to...
As the new Dean at the Hertie School of Governance, Helmut K. Anheier likes to emphasise the school’s current importance: “One thing the financial crisis has shown us is the importance of educating leaders in business and...
As the first post-Soviet state, Kazakhstan will chair the OSCE in 2010, thereby ensuring that the Central Asian country will play an important mediary role between the former Soviet republics and the West in the next year.
Energy expert - and Hertie School of Governance professor - Claudia Kemfert urges politicians to tackle the climate and energy crisis.
Policy expert Prof. Dr. Alina Mungiu-Pippidi who declined from running for the EU Parliament herself earlier this year discusses the election results.
Prof. Dr. Claudia Kemfert is the new Professor of Energy Economics and Sustainability at the Hertie School of Governance in Berlin.
The Hertie School hosted the international conference Reducing Health Inequalities: What Do We Really Know About Successful Strategies?
Hertie School Students receive award personally from Federal President Horst Köhler