Dr. iur. Markus Englerth

Research Focus: 

Criminal Law, Criminology, Behavioral Law and Economics

Academic Career: 
  • 2010: Doctor of Laws (Dr. iur.), Thesis: Der beschränkt rationale Verbrecher – Behavioral Economics in der Kriminologie
  • Since 2009: Legal clerkship, Appelate court of Berlin (Kammergericht)
  • Fall 2008: Visiting Researcher at Hebrew University of Jerusalem (Israel), hosted by Prof. Alon Harel
  • Since 2008: Research Fellow, Max Planck Institute for Research on Collective Goods
  • 2006-2008: Legal Assistant to Dr. Werner Hoyer (Member of the Bundestag)
  • 2006: First State Exam (Appelate Court of Cologne)
  • 2004: Certificate in English Legal Studies
  • 2002-2006: junior research assistant to Prof. Christoph Engel, MPI for Research on Collective Goods
  • 2000-2006: student of law and economics at the University of Bonn and University College London

PhD project

Behavioral Challenges to the Criminological Rational Choice Approach