|Location:||Berlin - Germany|
|Salary:||A stipend of 5000 Euro/month|
|Placed On:||18th July 2022|
|Closes:||1st September 2022|
The Michael Endres Prize is a research and teaching award, bestowed annually since 2017 on a distinguished scholar working on topics related to the Hertie School’s research and teaching agenda. Since 2020, the prize has been awarded as a 10-month Visiting Professorship at the school’s Jacques Delors Centre, a research centre and think tank focused on European governance.
The Michael Endres Prize is named for the long-time Chairman and current honorary Chairman of the Hertie Foundation’s Board of Trustees, Michael Endres, who was instrumental in founding the school in 2003 and who has helped guide its successful development since. The selection committee is chaired by former German President Horst Köhler.
Application deadline: 1 September 2022
Nominees for the professorship may be legal scholars, political economists or political scientists (or scholars from related disciplines such as political sociology or political theory) whose research focuses on European integration, including its comparative dimension. Both younger and more senior academics are encouraged to apply. The holder of the position should be present in Berlin most of the time.
The scholar is affiliated with the Jacques Delors Centre, an integral part of the Hertie School, which brings together faculty members, postdoctoral and doctoral researchers interested in politics, law, and the political economy of European integration. As a research institute and think tank under one roof, the centre is home to a vibrant, interdisciplinary and international group of scholars.
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