ASNIE scholars

The following scholars have agreed to share their knowledge with you. This is a service for students and young scholars: Feel free to contact them for questions regarding their relevant fields of expertise!


Name AffiliationFieldsContact
Valentin SeidlerSOM Research Institute, Groningen
Visiting Scholar
Institutional change, transplants, African coloniesvalentin.seidler(at)
Simon HartmannVienna University of Economics and Business (WU Wien), University of Innsbruck, Senior Lecturer in Int. Corporate Finance and Applied Economics, post-doc researcherInstitutions and the standard of living, institutional transfers, how to secure property rightsSimon.Hartmann(at)
Ralph SchöllhammerAdjunct Faculty, Webster University Vienna
Researcher-in-Residence, Danube University Krems
University of Kentucky, PhD candidate
Social Capital, Culture and Institutions, Politics of Identity, Governancer.schoellhammer(at)
Robert KudlakVienna University of Economics and Business (WU Wien), post doc researcherInstitutional sociology, national business systemsRobert.Kudlak(at)
Björn BrandUniversity of Graz, Dept. of Organization and Economics of InstitutionsTheory of the firm, CSR, industrial organizations, behavioural economicsmail(at)
André SchlueterUniversity of Vienna, independent scholarInstitutional change, settler economiesandre.schlueter(at)
Andreas ExenbergerUniversity of Innsbruck, Department of Economic Theory, Policy and HistoryInstitutional change, development, povertyAndreas.Exenberger(at)
Josef WindspergerUniversity of Vienna, Department of ManagementTransaction costs economics, contractual relationsjosef.windsperger(at)
Julia M PuaschunderThe New School for Social Research, Department of Economics; Harvard University, Harvard Law School; The Situationist Project on Law and Mind SciencesFinancial Social Responsibility, Socially Responsible Investment, Economics of Climate Stabilityjulia.puaschunder(at)
Rok SprukUniversity of Utrecht, University of LubljanaEconomic Growth and Development, Applied Econometrics, Political Economy of Institutions, Human Capital and Income Inequality, Macroeconomics, Public EconomicsR.Spruk(at)
Christian KimmichMasaryk University Brno, Department of Environmental StudiesInstitutions and political economy of natural resourceschristian.kimmich(at)