Research at the Munich School of Politics and Public Policy focuses on the interactions between politics, society, business and technology. Due to the future-oriented, transdisciplinary and application-oriented orientation, the integration of technical and natural sciences into political science fields and the political dialogue is successful. This diversity of perspectives and approaches is reflected in the professors and research assistants. They make the Munich School of Politics and Public Policy a multifaceted place of forward-looking research, practice-oriented teaching and international exchange along the social challenges of our time.
The Munich School of Politics and Public Policy's chairs and professorships devote their research, teaching and knowledge transfer to current political discourses, complex international interdependencies and the potential of future technologies. In doing so, they define groundbreaking research foci, establish international collaborations and ensure the high quality of teaching at the Munich School of Politics and Public Policy.
The chairs and professorships in detail are:
- Digital Governance
- Environmental and Climate Policy
- European and Global Governance
- Global Health
- Global Security & Technology
- Political Economy
- International Relations
- Political Data Science
- Political Philosophy and Theory
- Politics of Finance
- Policy Analysis
- Public Policy, Governance and Innovative Technology
As part of the respective chairs and professorships, the HfP's academic staff conduct research and teach on current challenges at the interface of politics and technology. In doing so, they further qualify themselves individually and with the support of the Munich School of Politics and Public Policy.