Development Studies and Management

Research focus

Projects should be implemented and academic papers recorded within the scope of the multifaceted topics belonging to the research cluster. The research cluster welcomes the involvement and academic interests of students in these areas and is happy to support the design and preparation of academic papers. The research focus is:

  • Development indicators and approaches
  • Political development and development policy
  • Socio-economic development
  • Development of the private economy
  • Global finance and economics questions
  • Global warming
  • Rural development
  • Human rights
  • Peace missions by regional and global organisations
  • Information and communication technologies in developing countries
  • Intercultural communication
  • Culture management
  • Social science methods
  • Institutions, Demography and Development
  • Terrorism abd Security in Emerging Markets
  • Private sector participation and development

You are welcome to contact us for detailed information regarding the individual subject areas.

Current projects

“World Trade Organisation and the Access to Pharmaceuticals in Developing Countries”
Project responsibility: Prof. Dr. Brigitta Herrmann

“Resource Conflicts and Human Rights”
Project responsibility: Prof. Dr. Brigitta Herrmann

“Research Methods”
Project responsibility: Prof. Dr. Ingvill C. Mochmann

“Values, Crises and Democracy”
Project responsibility: Prof. Dr. Ingvill C. Mochmann

“Cleanliness is next to godliness: The culture of cleaning in Japan”
Project responsibility: Prof. Dr. Anke Scherer

“The role of foreign direct investment in shaping long-term competitiveness of small open economy – the case of Ireland and Singapore”
Project responsibility: Malgorzata Zmuda M.A.

Projects concluded

2011-2013: “Their Crime is Being Born: Children Born of War in the 20th Century”, an international project, financed by the Arts and Humanities Research Council UK is managed by Dr. Sabine Lee, University of Birmingham, UK. Prof. Dr. Mohan is member of the Project Team and of the Steering Committee.

2011: “The Legacy of War Time Rape”, a conference in cooperation with the Peace Research Institute, Oslo, financed by the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

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