Prof. Dr. Anke HasselAdvisory Council
Selected PublicationsAnderson, K. M., & Hassel, A. (2014). Winner Take All Politics in Europe? The Political Economy of Rising Inequality in Germany and Sweden. EUSA EU Political Economy Bulletin, (18).
Hassel, A. (2014). Jenseits der Euro-Rettung – Für einen Perspektivwechsel in der Europadiskussion. der moderne staat, (1).
Wagner, B., & Hassel, A. (2015). Labor Migration and the German Meat Processing Industry: Fundamental Freedoms and the Influx of Cheap Labor. South Atlantic Quarterly, 114(1), 204–214.
For the first time, the German national daily “Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung” published an own ranking of the most influential female economists. Among the top seven are Maja Göpel and Anke Hassel, two women from our network.
The relationship between Greece and Germany has often been described as a game of chicken. Two teenagers in a car are heading towards each other. In a head on confrontation, the first to swerve would lose. If neither of them swerves, they both die. The only way to win is to tie yourself to an immovable position. That is why the newly elected Syriza government hammers on about its political mandate, on which it has to deliver.