Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Hein

Associate


  • Short CV

    • Since 2014: Associate at the GIGA, GIGA deputy at the Leibniz Research Alliance "INFECTIONS´21"

    • 2006 - 2008: Editor of the Journal Lateinamerika Analysen within the GIGA Journal Family

    • 2006 - 2014: Senior Research Fellow at the GIGA Institute of Latin American Studies

    • 2005 - 2008: Head of the GIGA Research Programme "Transformation in the Process of Globalization"

    • Since 1988: Senior Researcher at the Institute of Comparative Overseas Research (German Overseas Institute, now GIGA); responsibilities: agriculture and development, technology and industrial promotion, development theories, environmental problems, health

    • 1986 - 1988: Coordinator of the research project on agro-industrial development in Costa Rica (Cooperation LAI/FUB and Universidad Nacional/ Costa Rica)

    • 1984 - 1986: Teaching assignments at the University of Kassel and the Free University of Berlin

    • 1983 - 1984; 1986-1987: Visiting Professor ant the Universidad Nacional in Heredia/Costa Rica

    • Since 1980: Member of the editorial board of the Journal Peripherie

    • 1978 - 1983: Assistant Professor at the Latin American Institute of the Free University of Berlin

    • 1976 -1978: Visiting Fellow at the Institute of Development Studies (Brighton/Großbritannien)

    • Education: Studies in History, Political Science and Sociology at the University of Constance and the Ohio State University; Doctorate in Political Science (Dr. rer. soc.; Thesis on “Oil, Nation State and National Development in Venezuela”, Constance); Habilitation at the University of Hamburg; award of the title “Professor” at the University of Hamburg

    Current Research

    • Global Health Governance; Schwerpunkt: WTO/TRIPS und der Zugang zu Medikamenten

    • Akteure, Koordination und Contestation in Global Governance

    • Global Environmental/ Climate Governance

    • Globale Normbildungsnetzwerke

    Countries and Regions

    • Latin America

    Research Project | 01/04/2021 - 31/03/2025

    INFECTIONS in an Urbanizing World - Humans, Animals, Environments

    The Leibniz Research Alliance INFECTIONS promotes interdisciplinary research across several sections of the Leibniz Association. It focuses on the spread of antimicrobial resistant (AMR) microbes in an urbanizing society. This is a topical issue since a number of endemic infectious diseases are the leading cause of disease and mortality worldwide. In addition, humanity is increasingly challenged by emerging infectious agents that are often zoonotic in nature, such as the coronavirus outbreak.
    Leibniz Association, 2021-2025

    Research Project | 01/09/2015 - 31/12/2021

    Infections '21. Transmission Control of Infections in the 21st Century

    As the Coronavirus pandemic dramatically shows, infections can have severe consequences worldwide. The Leibniz Research Alliance "Infections '21" was founded in 2015 with the goal of studying ways to better control, prevent and fight infectious illnesses and has swiftly adapted to the Covid-19-related challenges. The GIGA is a founding member of this alliance and deals with the access to medicines and vaccines as well as health as a global public good.
    Leibniz Association, 2015-2021

    Krankenkassen-Zentrale | Mention | 23/02/2018

    Masern in der EU von Ausrottung weit entfernt

    Deutschlandfunk | Quote | 18/09/2014

    Andreas Predöhl - eine deutsche Karriere

    Hamburger Abendblatt | Mention | 27/08/2014

    Zwischen Nazis und Godesberger Programm

    Panelist | 11/09/2014

    Raum, Welt, Wirtschaft – Andreas Predöhl: Vom Nazi-Kollaborateur zum Vordenker der EWG

    GIGA Forum GIGA Hamburg: 11/09/2014 Organisers: German Institute for Global and Area Studies (GIGA)

    Raum, Welt, Wirtschaft – Andreas Predöhl: Vom Nazi-Kollaborateur zum Vordenker der EWG. Vorträge und Diskussion

    Panelist | 14/11/2013

    Das Pillen-Dilemma: Wer zahlt für Innovation, wer für die Produktion?

    GIGA Talk 14/11/2013

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