Klaus Heine received his doctoral degree and habilitation at the Philipps-University (Marburg). He has ample experience in teaching European economic policy at the bachelor, master, and doctoral level. His research areas are European economic policy, law and economics, and management, and he is one of the few scholars worldwide who does research at the intersection of these three research domains.
He taught and did research at the Philipps-University (Marburg), the Ruhr-University (Bochum), the Freie Universität (Berlin) and the UMIT (Vienna). He was a visiting scholar at the University of Chicago Law School (USA) and the Law School of the University of Bergen (Norway).
He has published in journals such as the Strategic Management Journal, Kyklos, Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics, International Review of Law and Economics, European Journal of Law and Economics, European Business and Organization Law Review, Rabel Journal of Comparative and International Private Law, Columbia Journal of European Law and the Statistical Journal of the IAOS.
Klaus Heine was awarded the Jean Monnet Chair of Economic Analysis of European Law in 2012. Since 2016 he is the Director of the Erasmus Graduate School of Law (EGSL).
Introduction to the Economic Fundamentals of Grid Law