“Ministries and Inequality in Policy-Making: Analyzing the Role and Crucial Redistributive Impact of Individual Ministries in Policy-Making”
Julian Garritzmann is Professor of Political Science at Goethe University Frankfurt.
His research lies at the intersection of comparative political economy, public policy, and political sociology. Most of his recent work focuses on welfare state research, education and social investment policy, global social policy, party politics, and public opinion. He holds a PhD from the University of Konstanz. Before joining Frankfurt, he was Senior Researcher at the University of Zurich, Visiting Scholar at Harvard University, Duke University, and at Rutgers, as well as a Max Weber Fellow at the EUI, Florence.