Dr. des. Philippe Lionnet

Ordinariat Zeitgeschichte

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Universität Bern
Historisches Institut
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2014 - 2020 PhD-student, modern history in a global perspective, University of Bern. Advisor: Prof. Dr. Christian Gerlach
Thesis (working title): The revolutionary compromise, reforms of economic policy in the People’s Republic of China, 1970-1978.
2010 - 2012 MAES (European Studies), Institute for European Global Studies, University of Basel. Thesis: “Beyond Eurafrica?”: Sovereignty, Hegemony and Human Rights in the trade relations between the Area of European Integration and the former AASM-states, an interdisciplinary approach. Written during an independent research-term at the European Union Centre of Excellence (EUCE), University of Pittsburgh, USA. Individual grant by the foundation Kálmán and Maria Lauer-Stein.
2009 - 2011 Scientific assistant at the historical institute, University of Bern. STAPFER-ENQUÊTE
2007 - 2010 BA in history and public law, University of Bern. Thesis: Operation Artemis: A European intervention.
  • Economic transition
  • Globalization, trade and development
  • European integration

The revolutionary compromise, reforms of economic policy in the People’s Republic of China, 1970-1978.

Dissertation