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Armin Steinbach awarded Jean Monnet Chair in Law and Economics

Professor Armin Steinbach has been awarded a Jean Monnet Chair in European Union Studies by the European Commission. Armin will hold the Chair in EU Law and Economics until 2025.


Named after Jean Monnet – one of the key architects of the early European Integration process - the Chair and three-year worth of accompanying funding is awarded by the European Commission to Professors with an ambitious agenda for innovative research and education and societal impact. The Jean Monnet Chair will promote research and teaching on European integration with a focus on interdisciplinary issues intersecting law, economics, and social sciences. The Chair will advance impactful dialogue between academia and core societal stakeholders as well as knowledge and insights that can support EU policy-making and strengthen the role of the EU in a globalised world.

Discover part of Armin's prolific research, summarized on Knowledge@HEC.