Foreign Correspondents

Cooperation with foreign correspondents in selected countries allows the Department for Foreign and International Social Law to extend the limited number of countries represented at the Institute and, by giving attention to additional countries, to broaden its research focus. The correspondents’ task is to provide reliable information on the social security law of their countries and to serve as contact points for questions on social law arising in the context of the departmental research activities. In turn, the Institute is committed to assisting the correspondents in their own research activities, in particular by facilitating research stays at the Institute.



Australia Terry Carney
Emeritus Professor of Law at the University of Sydney

Social Law Reports No. 1/2017 (PDF)
Social Law Reports No. 1/2016 (PDF)
Social Law Reports No. 1/2015 (PDF)
Brazil Prof. Dr. Ingo Sarlet
Pontificia Universidade Católica (PUC) do Rio Grande do Sul, Porto Alegre

Social Law Reports No. 8/2016 (PDF)
Czech Republic

Dr. Martin Štefko
Charles University Prague

Social Law Reports No. 7/2016 (PDF)
Social Law Reports No. 4/2015 (PDF)

Greece Prof. em. Dr. Konstantinos Kremalis
Athens University
Ireland Prof. Dr. Peter Herrmann
Institute of Political, Economic and Social Studies (EURISPES)
Mexico Prof. Dr. Gabriela Mendizábal Bermúdez
Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Morelos

Social Law Reports No. 3/2015 (PDF)
Social Law Reports No. 3/2016 (PDF)
New Zealand Michael Fletcher
Auckland University of Technology

Social Law Reports No. 2/2017 (PDF)
Social Law Reports No. 2/2016 (PDF)
Social Law Reports No. 2/2015 (PDF)
PR China Dr. Dongmei Liu
Zhongnan University, Changsha


Prof. Dr. Grega Strban
University of Ljubljana

Social Law Reports No. 5/2015 (PDF)
Turkey Prof. Dr. Alpay Hekimler
Namık Kemal University, Tekirdağ
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