Researching Global Constitutionalism and the Internet at HIIG: The Game is On

Author: Pohle, J., Schwarz, R., & Höppner, U.
Published in: The Global Constitutionalism and the Internet Working Group (Ed.), Don‘t Give Up, Stay Idealistic and Try To Make the World a Better Place – Liber Amicorum for Ingolf Pernice (pp. 7–22). Berlin: HIIG.
Year: 2020
Type: Book contributions and chapters

The Global Constitutionalism and the Internet research group can look back on a long as well as an eventful, insightful and successful history. It originated as one of the four founding research departments of the Alexander von Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society (HIIG) in Berlin, Germany, when the institute was organised along thematic topics into departamental lines. Global Constitutionalism and the Internet was however the most innovative, cross-cutting one of these research units. This chapter provides an overview of the history of the research group, its projects, activities and achievements, and the people who brought this group to life.

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Ulrike Höppner, Dr.

Ehem. Assoziierte Forscherin: Globaler Konstitutionalismus und das Internet

Jörg Pohle, Dr.

Forschungsprogrammleiter: Daten, Akteure, Infrastrukturen

Rüdiger Schwarz

Ehem. Assoziierter Forscher: Globaler Konstitutionalismus und das Internet


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