The German election - find an expert

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More than 60 million Germans go to the polls on 24 September 2017. Here is an overview of CBS researchers who can put the election into perspective.

 
09/08/2017

Poul Fritz Kjær
Professor at the Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy. Will comment on EU politics such as Brexit, the Euro, the refugee crisis and the relationship with Turkey from a German perspective. Will also comment on economic forecasts and reforms. The election campaign and its course - themes, candidates and election forecasts in terms of formation of government. The election's impact on Denmark.

Per Øhrgaard
Professor Emeritus and D Phil at the Department of Business and Politics. Has several years of research experience in German politics and culture.

Antje Vetterlein
Associate Professor at the Department of Business and Politics. She is German, but speaks Danish and will comment on political and economic conditions in Germany.

Janine Leschke
Associate Professor at the Department of Business and Politics. Will comment on German conditions in terms of politics, EU and the labour market. Janine Leschke is German, but speaks Danish.         

Joachim Lund
Associate Professor at the Department of Business and Politics. Will comment on historical, political and economic conditions.

Philipp Alexander Ostrowicz
Research Adviser at CBS, PhD in German literature. Will comment on German culture, history, society and politics.

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