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Local Coordinator:
Ao. Prof. Wolfgang Weigel
Tel.: +43-1-4277.374.42
Fax.: +43-1-4277.93.74
Email.: Wolfgang.Weigel[AT]univie.ac.at

Thesis Coordinator:
Ao. Prof. Wolfgang Weigel
Email.: Wolfgang.Weigel[AT]univie.ac.at

Office:
Tel.: +43 - 1 - 4277 374 01

Postal Address:
Universität Wien
Department of Economics
Room 05.502
Oskar Morgenstern Square 1
1090 Vienna


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Typical Thesis Topics

Teaching Staff:
Ao. Prof. Wolfgang Weigel
Peter Lewisch

Thesis Areas:
Administrative Law
Wolfgang Weigel:
Constitutional Law
Human Rights
Public Spending
Taxation
Public Sector Auditing and Controlling
Sunset Legislation
Privatization and Deregulation
EuGH decisions
Corruption
Regulatory Impact analysis
Voluntary Non-Profit-Organizations
Property Rights theory
Transaction Cost analysis
Criminal Law

Individual Ideas and proposals not covered by this list are subject to individual stipulation.

 


Coordinator:
wolfgangweigel Ao. Prof. Wolfgang Weigel is an Associated Professor at the Department of Economics of the University of Vienna. His main areas of research are Law and Economics of the Public Sector, New Institutional Economics with Emphasis on Transaction Cost Economics. He teaches Economic Policy, Economics of Public Administration and Economic Analysis of Law both for under- and post-graduate students. He was a visiting professor at Masaryk University Brno, ERASMUS Exchange Professor at the University of Hamburg and Lecturer at the Austrian Federal Academy of Public Administration. His publications cover books on Public Economics, Law and Economics as well as numerous articles in both fields.

Teaching Staff:

Peter Lewisch holds a chair in criminal law at the University of Vienna and he is the director of the Academic Center for the Economic Analysis of the Law. His research interests cover Constitutional Law & Human Rights, Regulatory & Competition Law, Criminal Law, Litigation & Procedure, and Experimental Law & Economics. He is a frequent academic visitor to Harvard, Yale, Cornell, Stanford, Berkeley, UCLA, and George Mason University and shortlisted for the position of the Austrian Judge at the European Court of Human Rights.

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