Social Sciences and Psychology - Politics

Politics - May 2

Anti-corruption can start with education about stereotypes, an international study shows. For transnational bribery, the decision to offer bribes strongly depends on the national background of one's partner. One's own nationality, on the other hand, plays only a secondary role. This is shown by a large-scale experiment conducted by researchers from the University of Cologne, the University of Amsterdam and the Max Planck Institute for Human Development in Berlin.

Politics - Jun 5

What role do African countries want to play in the globalised world of the future? There has been a growing realisation among African countries over the past twenty years that issues such as the climate crisis, peace, security and trade can only be addressed together and within the African Union (AU).

Politics - Apr 28

Reading time 2 min. TUM celebrates next milestone for research reactor. An important step in the future of the major research facility FRM II: The political sector has announced its support for conversion of the Technical University of Munich (TUM) research neutron source reactor to fuel elements based on Low Enriched Uranium (LEU).