CORA - Centre for Public Regulation and Administration
The centre aims to clarify the development of fundamental values and principles of law in an age where Europeanization and globalisation of the society has led to an increase in public regulation and administration of specific spheres of life. As such, the centre will research and critically analyse the changing faces of governmental power in public law.
The centre covers research in the field of public law - including interdisciplinary research related to this field - which deals with the development of public regulation and administration. In particular, the centre explores the development of the fundamental values and principles of law concerning the interaction between state, administration and citizen.
Trine Baumbach, head of CORA
TB carries the overall and coordinating responsibility for CORA. Furthermore, she represents the Centre with regard to the Deanship and the rest of the administration of the Faculty. Hereby she is responsible for the running and the economy of the Centre, as well as for the communication with collaborators and other stakeholders of the Centre. She chairs the advisory board of the Centre (The Centre Council).
Peter Blume, responsible for the external representation of the Centre,
Vice head. Assists the Head in the day to day running of the center and is responsible for the Centre’s external relations in Denmark as well as internationally.
Henrik Stevnsborg, program coordinator
HS is responsible for the joint education activities of the centre, including updating of the offered thesis subjects under CORA, and also the organization of seminars in current bachelor’s projects- and thesis subjects, as well as intervening seminars where the researchers of the centre present their current research.
CORA's research projects/tracks have been discussed at different Centre meetings in the fall of 2014 and spring of 2015. They were finally confirmed at the Centre’s Workshop 23 April this year.
Research based education
There is close interaction between research and education at the Faculty of Law, and researchers at CORA teach and supervisor both bachelor and master degree students within the centre's research areas.
Find information about our study programmes:
- Educational information about the LL.B. and LL.M. degree programmes
- Continuing and professional education
CORA Advisory Board 2016
From the practice sector:
Head of Unit Lisbeth Adserballe, The Danish Parliamentary Ombudsman
Chairman Pernille Christensen, Environmental Board of Appeal
Chairman Cristina Angela Gulisano, The Danish Data Protection Agency
Attorney Karsten Hagel-Sørensen, Partner Law firm Poul Schmith / Kammeradvokaten
Chief Legal Officer Lisbeth Quist, TV2
From the university sector:
Professor, PhD Ragna Aarli, Faculty of Law (Criminal Law), University of Bergen
Professor, LL.D Inge Lorange Backer, Dpt. of Public Law, University of Oslo
Professor, LL.D Hans Petter Graver, Dpt. of Private Law, University of Oslo
Professor, LL.D Helene Gundhus, The Norwegian Police University College
Professor, LL.D Dag Wiese Schartum, Research Center for Computers and Law, University of Oslo
CORA offers an inspiring environment for PhD students with an interest in public law issues.
Within the special focus areas, some of the subjects are listet here which, according to the Center's assessment, attract special research interest, and which could be suitable as a basis for a PhD project.
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How to find Centre for Public Regulation and Administration
|Fink, Anna Louise Damsgaard||PhD student|
|Henrichsen, Carsten Michael||Professor emeritus|
|Jensen, Mathilde Worch||PhD student|
|Kjærsgaard, Lea||PhD student|
|Møller, Jens||Academic student and careers adviser|
|Rønsholdt, Steen||Professor emeritus|
|Vindeløv, Vibeke||Professor emerita|
|Wallin, Anna Maja Vangsted||PhD student|