In central research institutions, researchers from different disciplines conduct research into one joint topic.
The institute focuses on organisations undergoing transition processes, analysing them in their entirety.
The institute focuses on maintaining all matters pertaining to mining and energy law, which are closely interwoven, as well as their legal links.
The members analyse religions with regard to their momentum as well as with regard to their interaction with other areas of society.
The institute is currently conducting joint research into food safety, labour markets, working and social standards, as well as into combatting the causes of migration and flight.
The institute focuses on the legal situation before, during, and after humanitarian crises, the way they affect society and institutions, as well as the way nations and organisations respond to them.
The team at this institute analyses how behaviour is generated in the brain and what we can learn from nature to further the development of technological systems.
The past and the present of social movements constitute the research subject at the institute, which focuses primarily on the labour and union movement in terms of both education and research.