Cornelia WOLL

Professor of Political Science

Office : F303

Political science
Political science

Bio :

Professor in political sciences and researcher at CERI, Cornelia Woll acts as a co-director of Max Planck Sciences Po Center (Maxpo), along with Olivier Godechot.

Before joining CERI in 2006, Cornelia Woll was a PhD candidate and then postdoctoral researcher at the Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies in Cologne. She holds an habilitation  in political science from the University of Bremen (2013), a joint PhD from Sciences Po and the University of Cologne (2005), and an M.A. and B.A. from the University of Chicago. Her Master’s thesis received the Lipset Prize from the Society for Comparative Research. Dr Woll was also the the recipient of the ‘Akademiestipendium’ from the Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities and the Otto-Hahn medal from the Max Planck Society.

Her research focuses on international political economy and economic sociology, particularly in relation to questions of economic regulation in the United States and the European Union. A specialist in business and government relations, she has recently concluded research into bank bailouts in the USA and Europe, focusing on the consequences and political response to the financial crisis. She has also published work on economic nationalism, foreign trade policy, Europeanisation and employers’ organisations.

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