Online Master The European Union and Central Asia in the International System (EUCAIS)

Centre international de formation européenne

Institut für Europäische Politik

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Prof. Dr. André Schmidt

Prof. Dr. André Schmidt

Since June 2008 Professor at the Chair in Macroeconomics and International Economics, University of Witten;
March 2007 – June 2008 Professor at the Chair in International Economic Policy, European Business School, International University;
October 2006-February 2007 Interims Professor at the Chair in Economic Policy, University of Kassel;
October 2005-Sept. 2006 Assistant Professor at the Chair in Economic Policy of Prof. Dr. Renate Ohr, Georg-August-University of Goettingen;
October 2004- Sept. 2005 Interims Professor at the Chair in Economic Policy II, Ruhr-University of Bochum;
July 2004 Habilitation at the Georg-August-University of Goettingen;
August 2000-Sept. 2004 Research Assistant at the Chair in Economic Policy of Prof. Dr. Renate Ohr, Georg-August-University of Goettingen;
December 1997 Ph.D. (Dr. oec.) in Economics at the University of Hohenheim;
October 1994-July 2000 Research Assistant at the University of Hohenheim;
October 1988-May1994 Studies in Economics at the University of Hohenheim,
degree: Diplom-Ökonom.





The Project "EU-Central Asia in the International System" (EUCAIS) is organised with significant funding from the VolkswagenFoundation and financially supported by the Lifelong Learning Programme JEAN MONNET of the European Commission.

The Volkswagen Foundation is an independent non-profit organization and has been funding research projects in all disciplines since 1962. Within the framework of changing funding initiatives, it gives specific impetus for the scientific community.

The Jean Monnet Programme in the Lifelong Learning Programme stimulates teaching, research and reflection on European integration at higher education institutions throughout the world. Since its inception, the Jean Monnet Programme has been built on the strict respect of the principle of academic autonomy and freedom.