Julia Herrmann, M.A.
Julia Herrmann, M.A.
Research and Teaching Associate
Room: FG 1.039-2
Telephone: +49 (0) 911 / 5302 – 96301
Office hours: By appointment
Julia Herrmann joined the Chair of International Business and Society Relations with focus on Latin America in December 2019 and is writing her doctoral thesis in International Relations. Julia Herrmann completed her Master in Development Economics and International Studies at FAU Erlangen-Nuremberg from 2016 to 2019 with a focus on Latin America and Europe. She completed her Bachelor’s degree in Socio-economics with a mayor in International Studies at the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg (FAU) and at Science Po Strasbourg in France.
During her studies Julia Herrmann gained research-relevant experience at the bi-regional European Union – Latin America and Caribbean Foundation in Hamburg, in projects at the Chair of International Business and Society Relations and as Data and Research Freelancer at the Department of Research and Studies of the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD).
- Bi-regional relations between the EU and Latin America
- Soft power factors in foreign policies and international relations
- Interrelations between culture, institutions, values and economic performance (institutional economics and development economics)
Partner universities and studies abroad: Responsible for all partner universities in Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Paraguay, Peru and Uruguay.
Learning Agreements: Contact person for all students whose last names begin with the letters A to L.
Co-manager, Bilingual teaching project in German and Spanish in cooperation with the Bavarian Virtual High School (VHB) (since December 2019).
- Economy and Society in Developing and Emerging Countries
The seminar deals with issues of development economics, taking a closer look at political, institutional and societal processes that characterize economies and societies in developing and emerging countries. Based on country case studies it discusses macroeconomic factors and aspects of material well-being as well as the role of ethnicity, history, gender norms and the political system.
- International Business Relations
The seminar will examine bilateral and multilateral economic relations, and how they affect regional alliances, globalisation and the social and economic well-being of nations. International business and increased international trade often results in improved international relations, but it can also lead to disputes between countries (e.g. disagreements on tariffs, trade wars etc.). The seminar encompasses economic considerations as well as the role of politics, history and culture.