Here's a glimpse of some relevant, real world topics MPP students tackle.
Watch TV or read literature on public management and governance? Do both, says Kai Wegrich.
Rigorous academic training in research design and cutting-edge methods and concepts in governance.
With Helmut Anheier, Katarina Barley, Henrik Enderlein, Jan-Werner Müller, and Claus Offe
With Thorsten Faas, Mark Kayser, Heike Klüver, Arndt Leininger, and Simon Munzert (in German)
Featuring a public discussion, workshops, and networking events with Henrik Enderlein, Frank Mattern, and Andrea Römmele, among others
Hertie Prof. Jean Pisani-Ferry profiled on Politico as advisor to French presidential candidate.
Claudia Kemfert in an interview with Deutsche Welle on the growing threat to climate protection.
Stiftung Mercator has awarded the Dahrendorf Forum 2.34 million euros to fund a new research phase exploring the future of Europe in an era of uncertainty.
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Expand your public management skills through interdisciplinary practice-oriented studies.
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Here's a glimpse of some of the relevant, real world topics that MPP students at the Hertie School take on.
Our programmes introduce professionals to current practices in public management, allow them to hone their skills and offer a forum for exchange at the interface of the public, private and non-profit sectors.
Chances are, Statistics 1 has never been as useful – or amusing – as Mark Kayser's class.
One of the Hertie School’s first graduates is on the humanitarian front lines in the Middle East.
Should I watch TV or read literature on public management and governance? Do both, says Kai Wegrich.