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The Graduate School of Politics in Münster (GraSP) offers exceptional Ph.D. students from Germany and other countries the chance to complete a doctorate within three years through a structured study program and with excellent care and support service.
Our website provides information on current news and events of the GraSP. It will allow you to get to know the GraSP Münster and provide you with detailed information on the study program, the research groups as well as the application procedure.


Current News:


Late Summer School 2016
[31.05.2016] As well as last year the Graduate School of Politics invites all those who are interessted to the Late Summer School 2016. With two workshops upon the topics of "case studies and process analyses" and "qualitative comparative analysis (QCA)" the Late Summer School will take place from September 19-22. Unfortunately both workshops are in german. But if you are interessted you can find more information on our website or in our flyer (both in german as well).

Spohn Diss 2016

Publication at the GraSP
[18.05.2016] Ulrike Spohn has published her dissertation at the Campus-Verlag. More information about "Die Kohärenz der deutschen Rohstoffpolitik: Ressortübergreifendes Selbstgespräch oder wirksame Politikkoordinierung?" as well as the possibility to buy the book you can find here.

Day of the GraSP
[18.05.2016] The GraSP invites all those who are interested to the day of the GraSP on July 6. All PhD students of the GraSP have the possibility to present their projects in a poster presentation - as well all research groups are invited to present theirselves. Before the presentation the meeting of members of the GraSP will take place.

This is the programme for the day:
 
2pm: meeting of the members including board elections
3pm: meeting of the research group leaders
4pm: poster presentation on the PhD projects
6pm: IfPol Summer Party

Nomos

Publication at the GraSP
[04.05.2016] Now the dissertation of Benjamin Laag is published by Nomos and the GraSP is proud to present:

"The Federal Republic of Germany is dependent on the import of mineral resources. The extraction of these raw materials often occurs in countries which themselves rarely benefit from their natural resource endowment. Due to rising commodity prices, a more intense competition for resources and new geopolitical challenges, the German government adopted a commodities strategy in 2010. This strategy declares a secure supply of raw materials as a key goal of German foreign relations. Consequently, resource policy objectives are integrated in foreign, economic and development policies. This raises questions about the origins, design and implementation of this inter-ministerial policy approach.
The analysis of the coherence (consistency) of the raw material policy provides new insights into the institutional context of decisions-making and existing coordination problems that are increasingly challenging the established structures of compartmentalized policy areas in a globalized world."

More information about "Die Kohärenz der deutschen Rohstoffpolitik: Ressortübergreifendes Selbstgespräch oder wirksame Politikkoordinierung?" as well as the possibility to buy the book you can find here.

Erfolgreiche Disputationen
[04.05.2016] Congratulation to Sascha Krannich and Stephan Engelkamp for the successful defenses of their doctoral theses last Thursday and this Monday!
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Disputatio of Mihai Murariu
[25.01.2016] Congratulations! Yesterday the disputation of Mihai Murariu took place in the GraSP. He successfully defended his dissertation "Totality, Charisma, Authority. The Origins and Transformations of Totalist Heterodoxies".


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GraSP-Office hours

Dr. Matthias Freise
Administrative Director

Tel.: +49 251 83-29950
Fax: +49 251 83-25385
Tue 2-4 p.m.
Room 205
Johanna von Engelhardt
Student Assistant

Tel.: +49 251 83-25342
consultation hour:
Tue 2-4 p.m, Wed 12-2 p.m
Room 128 grasp@uni-muenster.de

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