The Chair of European and Global Governance investigates the causes and consequences of delegation of power to international organizations, European integration, multilateral governance as well as disruptions in politics and technology. Another area of research is accountability in the digital age. Here you will find information on ongoing and completed research projects at the Chair of European and Global Governance.

Disruptions in Politics and Technology

Learning from the “Frontrunner”? A Multidisciplinary Analysis of the Chinese Social Credit System and its Impact on Germany

Comparative-Historical Perspectives on Platform Capitalism

China in Global Economic Governance

International Bureaucracies as “Runaway Agents”? How Organizational Structure Affects Agency Slack

Legacies and Innovations in Global Economic Governance Since Bretton Woods

Delegation and Empowerment of International Organizations