Rogowski, Ralf

University of Warwick (UK)


Dr. iur (EUI, Florence), LL.M (Wisconsin), Ass.iur (Berlin).

Ralf Rogowski has worked at Warwick since 1993. He taught previously at Lancaster University and at the Free University in Berlin. He is currently the Director of the Law and Sociology Programme and was Co-Director of the Social Theory Centre until 2009. He has been a Visiting Fellow at the Universities of Wisconsin, Madison; Konstanz; and Maastricht and a longstanding Research Associate at the Wissenschaftszentrum für Sozialforschung (WZB) in Berlin. From September to December 2006, he was Senior Emile Noel Fellow at New York University School of Law. Since 1996 he has been general editor of the book series Studies in Modern Law and Policy and since 2012 with S. Karstedt and D. Taenzler of the book series Law, Crime and Culture (both Ashgate).

Rogowski, R.,Gawron, T., (2015) 'Die Wirkung des Bundesverfassungsgerichts' in Handbuch Bundesverfassungsgericht im politischen System, 153 - 168, Editors: Robert Chr. van Ooyen Martin H. W. Möllers , Wiesbaden: Springer VS

Ralf Rogowski (2015) 'The emergence of reflexive global labour law ' Industrielle Beziehungen 22 (1), 72 - 90 [article]

Rogowski, R. (2013) Reflexive Labour Law In The World Society , Cheltenham: Elgar

Rogowski, R (ed.),Salais, R (ed.) Whiteside, N (ed.), (2011) Transforming European Employment Policy: Labour Market Transitions and the Promotion of Capability , Cheltenham: Elgar

Rogowski, R,Deakin, S, (2011) 'Reflexive labour law, capabilities and the future of social Europe' in Transforming European Employment Policy - Labour Market Transitions and the Promotion of Capabilities, 229 - 254, Editors: Ralf Rogowski, Robert Salais, Noel Whiteside, Cheltenham: Elgar