Welcome at the Assistant Professorship of Policy Analysis

How can democracies implement sustainable policy solutions, even in the face of resistance, in order to survive in regime competition with autocracies in the long term? Which governance and steering instruments should be used to advance innovations in policy fields such as digital, environmental or energy policy? What role do political actors such as parties, associations or NGOs play in implementing innovative and sustainable policies?

In order to be able to answer these and similar questions, we at the Assistant Professorship of Policy Analysis deal with the challenges of sustainable policy-making at the international, national and municipal level, with comparative policy field analyses in the fields of innovation, digital, environmental and energy policy, with regime comparisons between democracies and autocracies, and with new forms and instruments of political governance.

Head of the Assistant Professorship



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Research & Teaching Projects