The working environment will change fundamentally within the next one or two decades. Professor of Public Policy Anke Hassel joined an expert group on “work of the future”, initiated by the Hans Böckler Foundation. The group...
The detailed working papers and case studies are available for download at www.hertie-school.org/infrastructure. A book publication is forthcoming. Berlin, 19 May 2015 – With an average cost overrun of 20 per cent, offshore...
Kostka: “Cost explosions can be avoided” | Hertie School Case Studies about the BER Airport and the Elb Philharmonic
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Federal Minister Manuela Schwesig invited Hertie School Professor Michaela Kreyenfeld to join the Academic Advisory Council on Family Affairs of the German Federal Ministry for Family Affairs, Senior Citizens, Women and Youth....
As part of a joint research project Johanna Mair is investigating the contribution of the Sharing Economy’s various business models to sustainable economic activity in Germany. The project ISHARE is funded by the German Federal...
Sizeable Differences Between Sectors: Pioneer Projects in the ICT- and Energy Sectors With Extreme Cost Increases
Small-sized foundations with limited resources have taken on the lion’s share of German philanthropic activities
Hertie School of Governance publishes analysis of most recent EU policy
Report on the Convention on the Protection and Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural Expressions
Watch the discussion with France's Minister for the Economy, Industry, and Digital Affairs.
Wolfgang Dold, Federal Foreign Office, Becomes Chairman of the Council
Watch the Lecture and Discussion with U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken.
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First student-organised project week on sustainability and green living from 1-5 March