Center for European Governance and Economic Development Research

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Center for European Governance and Economic Development Research
Established1999
Research typeInterdisciplinary research institute
Field of research
European integration, governance and development research
LocationGermany
CampusUniversity of Göttingen

The Center for European, Governance and Economic Development Research (cege) is an interdisciplinary research institute of the University of Göttingen, Germany. The cege was founded in 1999 by Prof. Dr. Renate Ohr. It analyzes European and global economic structures, the effects of economic incentives on a national and international scale, as well as with processes of growth and development in developed and developing countries.

Members[edit]

The members of the cege are professors from the fields of economics, business administration, economic history, agricultural economics, law and political science:

  • Prof. Dr. Hartmut Berghoff
  • Prof. Dr. Kilian Bizer
  • Prof. Dr. Andreas Busch
  • Prof. Dr. Stephan von Cramon-Taubadel
  • Prof. Ingo Geishecker, PhD
  • Prof. Dr. Claudia Keser
  • Prof. Stephan Klasen, PhD
  • Prof. Dr. Andreas Oestreicher
  • Prof. Dr. Renate Ohr
  • Prof. Dr. Gerhard Rübel
  • Prof. Dr. Frank Schorkopf
  • Prof. Dr. Robert Schwager
  • Prof. Dr. Achim Spiller
  • Prof. Dr. Gerald Spindler
  • Prof. Dr. Peter-Tobias Stoll

Activities[edit]

The cege conducts researches and supports research projects in the fields European integration, governance and development research.

Symposium[edit]

On a regular basis, the cege organizes symposiums on current European policy issues.

Research Seminar[edit]

The cege organizes a research seminar to promote scientific exchange. Presenters include Justus Haucap, Carl Christian von Weizsäcker, Michael C. Burda, Christoph M. Schmidt und Bruno Frey.

Third-party funded projects[edit]

The cege studied on behalf of Transparency International the extent and consequences of corruption, also with regard to central banks.[1]

Cege is involved in the project "Responsive Regulation of Innovation Behaviour for Sustainability (ReSINa)“. ReSINa is funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research. It is a joint project of the University of Göttingen (cege – Center for European, Governance and Economic Development Research), the University of Augsburg (CEPRA – Centre for Performance Research & Analytics) and the College of Darmstadt (sofia – Society for Institutional Analysis).[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ GESIS – SofisWiki. Website of the Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences
  2. ^ University of Göttingen - Chair of Economic Policy and SME Research – Research. Website of the University of Göttingen,

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