Young

Affiliates

Who are the NOUS Young Affiliates?

NOUS is keen to share the thrill of scholarship and to engage students and young researchers in international interdisciplinary discourse as early as possible during their academic itinerary. For this reason, we extend a standing invitation to young academics to join the network as Young Affiliates.

FAQ

Students and young researchers up to the age of 40: undergraduates, postgraduates, postdocs.

Please submit your CV and one example of your scientific work (a journal article, essay etc.) to the assessment committee. The assessment committee consists of a number of founding members of the NOUS network. This committee will decide based on the scientific work you provide. If you don’t have such an example of your work ready for submission, we would be happy to send you a topic on which you could write an essay (between 5 and 10 pages) to scientific standard. Please contact us at this address.

You will be invited to the NOUS workshops and will receive further exclusive invitations to other events of the network and its partners. We will engage you in projects designed specifically for young researchers. You will always have direct access to the NOUS members who are in senior positions in research and teaching. In addition you will have the opportunity to network with other Young Associates sharing your interests.

Alexander Albrecht, M. Phil. (*1997)

  1. International relations
  2. Diplomacy theory
  3. Political economy
  4. History of economic thought
  5. Environmental economics

Robertas Bakula, M. A. (*1995)

  1. Law and economics
  2. Political philosophy
  3. Ethics of capitalism
  4. Business cycles
  1. Financial markets governance
  2. Politics of financial regulation
  3. Corporate finance and governance
  4. Technology and innovation
  5. History of ideas
  1. Development economics
  2. Political economy
  3. Institutional economics

Valentin Baumann, B. Sc. (*1994)

  1. Bounded rationality
  2. Moral psychology
  3. Collective choice theory
  4. Political philosophy
  5. Virtue ethics

Jacob Bruggeman (*1997)

  1. 19th century American history
  2. Economic history
  3. Poverty studies
  4. Urban studies
  5. American intellectual history

Dr. Dawid Bunikowski (*1980)

  1. Philosophy of law
  2. Political-legal doctrines
  3. Political economy
  4. Constitutional law
  5. Business ethics

Donovan Choy, B. A. (*1991)

  1. New Institutional Economics
  2. Austrian economics
  3. Behavioural economics
  4. Moral philosophy
  5. Economics of immigration

Robert Gabriel Ciobanu, M. A. (*1997)

  1. Political theory
  2. Social philosophy
  3. Philosophy of social science
  4. History of economic thought
  5. New Institutional Economics
  1. Philosophy of economics
  2. History of economics
  3.  Philosophical ideas
  4. Social ontology
  5. Political philosophy

Eric Decker, B. Sc. (*1997)

  1. History of economic thought
  2. Economic history
  3. Development economics
  4. Agent-based modelling
  5. Causality of directed acyclic graphs and machine learning

Maximilian Diemer (*2000)

  1. History of  ideas
  2. Ancient philosophy and history
  3. Philosophy of science

Marius Drozdzewski (*1999)

  1. Philosophy of law
  2. Philosophy of language
  3. Metaphysics
  4. Philosophy of information

Emil Duhnea, LL. M. (*1990)

  1. Law and economics
  2. Evolution of legal institutions
  3. Austrian economics
  4. Public Choice

Maximilian Elsen, M. Sc. (*1996)

  1. Digitization
  2. Behavioural economics
  3. Financial markets
  4. Business ethics

Justus Enninga, M. A. (*1994)

  1. New Institutional Economics
  2. Rational choice
  3. Political economy
  4. History of ideas

Juan De Dios Estevez, B.A. (*1997)

  1. Political philosophy
  2. Theories of democracy
  3. Theories of the state
  4. Political liberalism

Tom Gäbelein, M. A. (*1993)

  1. Social justice
  2. Economic policy
  3. Austrian economics
  4. Moral philosophy

Tudor Găitan, M. Sc. (*1997)

  1. Political philosophy
  2. Political economy
  3. Electoral politics
  4. Artificial intelligence
  5. Political participation
  1. Experimental ethics
  2. Ethics of digitization
  3. Behavioral economics
  4. Applied ethics

Friedhelm Gross (*1993)

  1. Economics
  2. Ibero-Romance languages
  3. History

Güral Gülec (*2001)

  1. Macroeconomics
  2. Urban economics
  3. International relations

Joost Haddinga (*2001)

  1. International economics
  2. International finance
  3. Economic history
  4. Economic ethics
  1. Political Eeconomy
  2. New Institutional Economics
  3. Economics of crime
  4. Relational contracts
  5. Human smuggling
  1. Contentious politics
  2. Theories of revolution
  3. Public Choice 
  4. Philosophy of social science
  5. Alexis de Tocqueville

Malte Hendrickx, M. A. (*1992)

  1. Descriptive ethics
  2. Philosophy of mind
  3. Utilitarianism
  4. Cognitive sciences
  5. Evidence-based development economics

Mika Herrmann, M. A. (*1996)

  1. International relations
  2. Political economy
  3. New Institutional Economics
  4. Public Choice 

Tim Herten, B. Sc. (*2000)

  1. International business and economics
  2. International business taxation
  3. International finance

Fergus Hodgson, M.B.A. (*1983)

  1. Free banking
  2. Alternative investments
  3. Latin-American history
  4. Family economics
  5. Fiscal public policy

Eduard Hübner, B. A. (*1996)

  1. Political philosophy
  2. Moral philosophy
  3. Philosophy of economics
  4. Moral cognition

Pedro Almeida Jorge, M. A. (*1994)

  1. Foundations of economic analysis
  2. History of economic thought
  3. Austrian economics
  4. Evolutionary economics
  5. Money and banking theory

Nijdar Khalid (*1982)

  1. Economic growth
  2. Economic freedom
  3. Institutional economics
  4. Political economy
  5. Small and medium-sized enterprises

Arnold Kinzel, M. Sc. (*1992)

  1. Financial markets & institutions
  2. Monetary economics
  3. Macroeconomics
  4. Political economy

Johannes Klamet, ref. jur., B. Sc. (*1991)

  1. Constitutional law
  2. Law and economics
  3. Tax law
  4. Philosophy of law
  5. Behavioural economics

Philipp Köbe, M. Sc., LL. M. (*1986)

  1. Health economics
  2. Health systems
  3. Social policy
  4. Economic policy
  5. Behavioral economics

Dr. Tobias Kohlstruck (*1991)

  1. Intergenerational economic policy
  2. Optimal taxation
  3. Political economy
  4. History of economic thought
  5. Economic methodology
  1. Applied macroeconomics
  2. Economic policy
  3. Development economics

Melina Kourantidou, Ph.D. (*1987)

  1. Environmental and resource economics
  2.  Marine resource economics
  3.  Management of invasive species

Tomáš Krištofóry, M. A. (*1983)

  1. History of economic thought
  2. History of philosophy
  3. Cultural economics
  4. New Institutional Economics
  5. Austrian economics
  6. Central European economics

Benjamin Kurtz, B. A. (*2000)

  1. Economic history
  2. Development economics
  3. Growth theory
  1. Political epistemology
  2. Philosophy, politics, and economics
  3. Vice epistemology
  4. Islamic philosophy
  1. History of economic thought
  2. Economic and legal history
  3. European integration
  4. Digital humanities

Hannes Leiteritz (*1999)

  1. Political philosophy
  2. Epistemology
  3. Philosophy of economics

Jonas Lipski, M. A. (*1993)

  1. Philosophy of science
  2. Critical rationalism
  3. Philosophy of explanation
  4. Austrian Eeconomics
  5. New Institutional Economics

Leon Lohbeck, M. A. (*1997)

  1. Microeconometrics
  2. Economics of immigration
  3. Public policy

Dr. Immaculate Machasio (*1987)

  1. Monetary policy
  2. Business ethics
  3. Development economics
  4. International finance
  5. Macroeconomics

Emanuele Martinelli, M. A. (*1996)

  1. Political philosophy
  2. Philosophy of economics
  3. Social ontology
  4. Philosophy of Artificial Intelligence

Dr. Mark McAdam (*1985)

  1. Political economy
  2. International political economy
  3. History of economic thought
  4. Institutionalism

Franziska Mehlkop, M. A. (*1991)

  1. Labour law
  2. Legal history
  3. New Institutional Economics
  4. Philosophy of law

Alexander Mengden, M. Sc. (*1995)

  1. Microeconomics
  2. Economics of regulation
  3. Uurban economics
  4. Economic growth

Max Molden, M. A. (*1995)

  1. Political economy
  2. Philosophy of science
  3. Political philosophy
  4. Theory of interventionism

Philipp Neudert, M. A. (*1997)

  1. Business ethics
  2. Political philosophy
  3. Social philosophy
  4. New Institutional Economics
  5. Philosophy of science

Kilian Neuhaus (*2001)

  1. Tax law
  2. Legal and constitutional history
  3. Philosophy of law
  4. Law and economics

Teodora Nichita, B. A. (*1996)

  1. Moral philosophy
  2. Political philosophy
  3. Philosophy of law
  4. Political economy

Rok Novak, M. A. (*1991)

  1. Comparative institutional analysis
  2. Entangled political economy
  3. Public Choice
  4. Organizational theory

Piotr Oliński (*2000)

  1. Administrative law
  2. Public economic law
  3. Regulations
  4. Social Market Economy
  5. Legal and political doctrines

Konstantin Peveling, M. A. (*1996)

  1. Political economy
  2. History of economic thought
  3. New Institutional Economics
  4. International relations
  1. New Institutional Economics 
  2. Institutional change
  3. Shadow economy
  4. Illegal employment
  5. Natural field experiments
  1. Behavioral economics
  2. Bounded rationality
  3. Human intelligence
  4. Liberalism & libertarianism

Maximilian Priebe (*1996)

  1. Social philosophy
  2. Political theory
  3. History of ideas
  4. Philosophy of culture
  5. History of economic thought

Tim Röthel, M. Sc. (*1995)

  1. Development economics
  2. Institutional economics
  3. Political economy

Dr. Diogo Campos Sasdelli, M. A. (*1993)

  1. Logic
  2. Legal informatics
  3. Philosophy of mathematics
  4. Philosophy of law
  5. Philosophy of human rights
  1. Competition economics
  2. Behavioural Public Choice
  3. Institutional economics

Tim Schneegans, M. Sc. (*1995)

  1. Organizational psychology
  2. Legal psychology
  3. Peace psychology
  4. Behavioral economics

Julian Schönauer, M. A. (*1998)

  1. Social support across cultures
  2. Diversity and authenticity at work
  3. Digital health data and platforms

Benjamin Schröder, B. Sc. (*1996)

  1. Competition economics
  2. Industrial Organization
  3. Public Choice

Alexander Schwitteck, M. Sc. (*1998)

  1. Political theory
  2. Political philosophy
  3. Philosophy of economics
  4. Constitutional economics
  5. Deliberative democracy

Revana Sharfuddin, M. A. (*1998)

  1. Development economics
  2. International trade
  3. Political economy
  4. Institutional economics

Dovydas Skarolskis, M. A. (*1991)

  1. History of ideas
  2. Humanomics
  3. Political philosophy
  4. Political and economic theology

Dr. Nico Sonntag (*1991)

  1. Economic sociology
  2. Sociology of religion
  3. Organizational sociology
  4. Labour markets
  5. Social stratification
  1. History and cultures of innovation
  2. 18th to 20th century economic and social history 
  3. History of economic thought
  4. History of the red cross movement and international humanitarian law

Nick Stieghorst (*1997)

  1. Competition economics
  2. Industrial Organization
  3. Behavioral economics
  4. Regulation

Olaf Stypa, M. Sc. (*1994)

  1. Competition economics
  2. Digital platforms and ecosystems
  3. Experimental economics
  4. Industrial Organization

Maximilian Tarrach, M. A. (*1994)

  1. Political philosophy
  2. Philosophy of economics
  3. History of ideas
  4. Epistemology
  5. Austrian economics

Leonardo Urrutia, M. A. (*1997)

  1. Macroeconomics
  2. Monetary economics
  3. Time series analysis
  4. Labour economics

Paul Wetzel, B. A. (*1999)

  1. Business ethics
  2. Austrian economics
  3. History of economic thought
  4. Political philosophy

Dilara Wiemann, M. Sc. (*1997)

  1. Competition policy
  2. Innovation economics
  3. Law and economics
  4. Institutional economics

Niclas Winands, ref. iur. (*1991)

  1. Commercial law
  2. Constitutional law
  3. Financial market regulation
  4. Law and economics

Steffen Zetzmann, M. Sc. (*1996)

  1. Monetary economics
  2. Macroeconomics
  3. New Institutional Economics
  4. Political philosophy