Academic Presentations and Hosted Conferences

 

I. Academic Presentations

 

2017

  • 18 July 2017, Empirical Methods in Law, Munich Series on Public Law Scholarship, Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich
  • 12 July 2017, Inaugural Address at EBS Law School, EBS Law School, Wiesbaden
  • 6 April 2017, The Reservation of Freedom for Individuals: What are the “Personal Affairs” of Humans as Social Beings?, Symposium “Images of Man in Law”, Friedrich-Alexander University, Erlangen-Nürnberg, Erlangen
  • 3 April 2017, Workshop Empirical Research in Law Dissertations, Bucerius Law School, Hamburg
  • 24 March 2017, Perspectives of Empirical Legal Studies in Law School Curricula, Didactics-Workshop, Ruhr-University Bochum
  • 2 March 2017, Experience and Handling of Uncertainty in different types of companies (public, family-run and stock market-listed), 7th Austrian Day of the Advisory Board, Business University Vienna
  • 8 February 2017, Countering Discrimination in Universities, Public Debate of the Committee for Science and Arts of the State Parliament of Bavaria, Munich

2016

  • 14 October 2016,Democracy without Parties, Conference “Future Perspectives”, Karl Franzens University Graz
  • 2 June 2016,Religious Education in Germany: Constitutional Framework and legal Implementation, Religious Education and its impact on identity, integration and social cohesion: An inter-disciplinary German-Egyptian Research Colloquium, Cairo
  • 15 April 2016, Economic Aspects of the Enforcement of Customer Protection Law, Consumer Rights Day 2016, New Paths in the Enforcement of Consumer Law, Federal Ministry of Justice and Consumer Protection, Berlin

2015

  • 29 May 2015, Empirical Legal Studies and Public Law: A Love Match?, Law & Society Association Annual Meeting, Seattle, USA (Panel “Public Law and Behavioral Science”) (abgesagt)
  • 13 January 2015, Chairman, Panel “Risk, Choice and Autonomy”, Conference »Choice Architectures in Democracies: Questioning the Legitimacy of Nudging«, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

2014

  • 25 June 2014, Concerning the Grading during the preparation of the examination and in the examination itself
    , Competence Centre for legal Learning and Teaching, Köln University
  • 29 March 2014, Political Parties and the Separation of Powers. Insights of the Public-Choice Theory,, Symposion „Parteienwissenschaften“, Düsseldorf University
    • Peters, Die Öffentliche Verwaltung (DÖV) 2011, Heft 16, S. 709 – 712
    • Drossel, JuristenZeitung (JZ) 69 (2014), Heft 17, S. 857 – 859

2013

  • 14 April 2013, Against All Odds. A ‘doctrinal turn’ in Empirical Legal Studies?, Colloquium “The Changing German Landscape of Theorizing Public Law”, New York University

2012

  • 10 November 2012, Sticky Rebates: Loyalty Rebates Impede Rational Switching of Consumers, Conference on Empirical Legal Studies (CELS), Stanford University
  • 24 September 2012, Game Over. Empirical Support for Gambling Regulation in the US, Early Stage Projects Faculty Workshop, University of Virginia
  • 17 January 2012, Democracy Without Parties, Hauser Colloquium, New York University

2011

  • 19 July 2011, Particracy and Democratic Representation, Workshop “Paradoxes of Constitutionalism”, 18 – 20 July 2011, University of Dresden
  • 5 July 2011, Plebiscites and Catastrophes: A survey study on political participation after the Fukushima incident, Workshop “Interdisciplinary Research on Political Parties”, Max Planck Institute for Research on Collective Goods, Bonn
  • 28 April 2011, Skillful Gambling, Law & Economics Colloquium, Center for Advanced Studies in Law and Economics (CASTLE), University of Bonn

2010

  • 8 November 2010, The Legal Constitution of the Bahá’í Community. Theological Foundations of the Bahá’í’s Administrative Order, Katholische Studienwoche des Institut für Staatskirchenrecht der Diözesen Deutschlands, Ludwig-Windhorst-Haus, Lingen
  • 24 September 2010, Democratic Representation in the Party State, Conference “Topicality of the Weimar Staatsrechtslehre“, University of Münster, 24 + 25 September 2010
    • Wihl, Report “Zur Aktualität der Weimarer Staats- und Verwaltungsrechtslehre”, ARSP vol. 97 (2011), issue 1, pp. 128 – 130
  • 19 March 2010, Gambling is Experimenting with Chance: Sports Betting as the Borderline Case of Gambling Law, University of Tübingen
  • 20 May 2010, Putting the Law to the Lab. Insight from Legal ExperimentsHamburg Lectures on Law and Economics, Institute of Law and Economics at the University of Hamburg (Video-Stream)

2009

  • 17 – 19 September 2009, Sticky Rebates: Rollback Rebates Induce Non-Rational Loyalty in Consumers –- Experimental Evidence, European Association of Law and Economics, 25th Annual Conference 2009, Rome, presenting research together with Alexander Morell and Andreas Glöckner
  • 29 August 2009, Sticky Rebates: Irrational Consumer Decisions with Targeted Rollback Rebates, German Society for Psychology, 13th Conference of the Law & Psychology Group, Gießen: Symposium “Decision Research”, presenting research together with Alexander Morell and Andreas Glöckner
  • 15 May 2009, Sticky Rebates: Rollback Rebates Induce Non-Rational Loyalty in Consumers — Experimental Evidence, American Law and Economics Association 19th Annual Meeting 2009, San Diego, Panel 26: Experimental Law and Economics — Contracts, research together with Alexander Morell and Andreas Glöckner
  • 14 May 2009, Rollback Rebates Induce Non-Rational Loyalty in Consumers, CLEEN Conference, Tilburg University, Opening Lecture, research together with Alexander Morell and Andreas Glöckner

2008

  • 28 November 2008, Sticky Rebates. Targeted All Unit Discounts under Uncertainty and Risk, presenting research together with Dr. Alexander Morell and Andreas Glöckner, Workshop Behavioral Law & Economics, University of Munich
  • 7 October 2008, Potsdam, Discussant, Panel Discussion on State & Religion, together with the President of the Council of the German Protestant Churches Bishop Wolfgang Huber, former President of the German Parliament Rita Süssmuth, upon invitation of the Integration Commissioner of the State Brandenburg Karin Weiss

2006

  • 16 December 2006, Religious Plurality in Society. Some Thoughts Pertaining to Legal Policy, Young Legal Scholar Lecture, 10th European Bahá’í Conference on Law (EBCOL), Groesbeek, The Netherlands

2005

  • 16 December 2005, Religious Symbols in Public: The Example of the Headscarf, Istanbul Bilgi Üniversitesi, German-Turkish Workshop “State and Religion”
  • 11 November 2005, The Constitutional Protection of Religion in a Plural Society, Keynote at the Promotion Ceremony for the Doctors of Law (SJDs), University of Münster
  • 15 October 2005, Religious Plurality in Society. Some Thoughts Pertaining to Legal Policy, 2005 Annual Conference of the Association for Bahá’í Studies for the German-speaking Europe, Hofheim

2004

II. Hosted Conferences and Workshops

 
2011

  • 5 – 7 July 2011, Workshop Interdisciplinary Research on Political Parties with Becky Morton (NYU) and Dan Simon (USC), Max Planck Institute for Research on Collective Goods, Bonn

2009

2006

  • 7 December 2006, Symposium Islam and Constitutional Protection [Intelligence Services], University of Münster, together with Janbernd Oebbecke, Bodo Pieroth, Sven Kalisch
  • 6.7.2006, Sympoisum The Position of Women in Muslim Religious Education [in public schools in Germany], University of Münster, together with Janbernd Oebbecke, Bodo Pieroth, Sven Kalisch

2005

  • 30 November + 1 December 2005, Symposium Muslim Religious Education [in public schools in Germany], University of Münster, together with Janbernd Oebbecke, Bodo Pieroth, Sven Kalisch