The dissertation is an independent research project. It must focus on a topic of the administrative sciences and should be interdisciplinary in nature. The dissertation comprises a monograph or a compilation of at least three specialized articles in the administrative sciences, with at least two being accepted for publication in recognized journals. Co-authorships are possible, also with one of the reviewers (maximum 50% of the papers, i.e., in the case of three: one). An additional reviewer must then be found for co-authored papers.
The goal is to attain the title of Dr. admin.publ. (Doctor Administrationis Rei Publicae).
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