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08.03.19

International Women’s Day: Celebrating the work of Hertie School female faculty!

Read about some of the great research, writing and teaching by women on our faculty in the last year. 

We’re celebrating the incredible work of our female faculty in the last year on International Women’s Day. Check out some of their writing, research and outreach on a broad range of topics – politics, monetary policy, constitutional law, social entrepreneurship and more below! Find more stories from all of our women scholars in the Debate section of our website.

Democracy needs a good fight
We are losing the art of constructive debate, says Andrea Römmele in her new book.

How organisations can continually innovate to create social impact
Watch Johanna Mair’s keynote at the Entrepreneurship Summit 2018.

Başak Çalı explores judicial self-government
Two articles in the German Law Journal focus on Turkey and European Court of Human Rights.

ECB’s negative interest rates are effective policy tool, report shows
In a report for the EU Parliament, Kerstin Bernoth and co-author assess effects of the ECB rate policy.

Separation and divorce: Fathers see children more often when custody is shared
Research by Michaela Kreyenfeld on how separation and divorce affects families.

Europe's future in light of the Brexit deal
Christine Reh comments on the BBC about the future of the world’s largest trading block.

“Welfare Democracies and Party Politics”
New book co-edited by Hanna Schwander explains electoral dynamics amid changes in welfare capitalism.