Towards Greater Aid Effectiveness? The Law of EU Development Cooperation in Higher Education
Since the 2005 Paris Declaration, aid effectiveness concerns have successfully permeated EU development policy on a variety of levels and in different policy sectors. However, can the same be said for the laws and regulations of the administrative framework for implementing EU development cooperation? Following the example of higher education development cooperation and by using an interdisciplinary Law and Economics approach, this doctoral research project examines the contractual agreements of EU development cooperation, and assesses in how far these promote the operationalisation of aid effectiveness in European development law and policy.
Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Markus Kaltenborn
|2011 - present:||Ruhr University Bochum
Institute of Development Research and Development Policy
|2011 - 2013:||Claussen-Simon Foundation, Hamburg
Manager for Online Activity
|2008 - 2011:||University of Hamburg
Faculty of Law
Coordinator of the EU project 'China-EU School of Law'
|2005 - 2008:||University of Hamburg
Institute of Law and Economics
Administrative Coordinator of the EU project 'Human Resource Development in Law and Economics for India and Europe'
|2004 - 2005:||University of Hamburg and University of Ghent
Institute of Law and Economics and Faculty of Law
LL.M./EMLE Law and Economics (Erasmus Mundus)
|2000 - 2004:||University of Bristol
Faculty of Law and Social Sciences and Department of German
LL.B. Law and German
|2002 - 2003:||Georg-August-Universität Göttingen
Faculty of Law
|2006 - 2008:||FOM University of Applied Sciences, Hamburg
Lecturer for Business English for LL.B. Business Law and B.A. International Management