Dr. Malte Kassner

Country of current residence

Germany

Current position

Communication- and rhetoric trainer

Current institute employer

Institute for Rethoric and Communication, partnership for development GmbH

Since

2009

Website current institute
Previous positions

2007 - 2009 Institute for Intercultural Management, Rheinbreitbach

Profession

Political Scientist

Specialisation

International politics

Degrees / expertise

MA in Political Science from University of Münster

Professional experience

Consultant

 

2000/2001 Lecturing at the European Humanities University in Minsk, Belarus

2009

Kassner, M.  2009.  Strange Bedfellows? Dominant parties and democracies. The influence of the type of dominant party on democracy - a comparison between South Africa and Malaysia.  Doctoral thesis at  University of Landau.  Springer Verlag   Further Information

2006

Kassner, M..  2006.  The impact of one-party dominance on democracy in multicultural societies - A comparison between Malaysia and South Africa.  In Konrad Adenauer Stiftung (Ed.), Challenges to democracy by one-party dominance: a comparative assessment, Seminar Report, Cape Town October 2006.

2001

Kassner, M.  2001.  Der ANC in Südafrika - Der Weg zur Dominanzpartei als Selbstverständlichkeit?.  In: Paes, W.C., H. Krause and M. Adam (eds.): Zwischen Aufbruch und Zusammenbruch - Demokratisierung im Südlichen Afrika. Initiative südliches Afrika.   62 -76. 

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Professional experience
Consultant 2000/2001 Lecturing at the European Humanities University in Minsk, Belarus
Degrees

MA in Political Science from University of Münster

Doctoral research funded by

ZEF and BMBF

Malte Kassner

Former Junior Researcher

Former Department :

Office E-Mail:
kassner(at)p4d-kg.de