Fritz W. Scharpf - Curriculum vitae#


Fritz W. Scharpf, born 1935 in Schwaebisch Hall, Germany. Completed his studies of Law and Political Science at Tuebingen (1954-59), Freiburg and Yale (1955-56) universities with the degrees of LL.M.(Yale 1961) and Dr. iur (Freiburg 1964).

He taught as Assistant Professor of Law at the Yale Law School (1964-1966) and as Professor of Political Science at the University of Constance (1968-1974). Subsequently he was appointed as director of the International Institute of Management, Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin (1973-1984) and as one of the directors of the Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies, Cologne (1986-2003).

Fritz W. Scharpf has been a visiting assistant professor at the University of Chicago Law School(1965), visiting fellow at Robert Schuman Centre in Florence (1999) and Institut d'Études Politiques in Paris (2001).

His main focus of research has been on structural asymmetries of European Integration and its liberalizing and deregulatory impacts on the socio-economic regimes of EU member states.

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