Brandt School Universität Erfurt

Dr. Bettina Rudloff

Bettina Rudloff, born in 1969, holds a Diploma in Agricultural Engineering and a PhD in Agricultural Economics. She was Assistant Professor at Bonn University where she analyzed consumer protection, development and trade. As researcher at the European Institute of Public Administration (EIPA) in Maastricht, The Netherlands, she supported officials of the EU and third countries on trade and agricultural and food policy. In this context she led extensive capacity building seminars for developing countries' trade negotiators in the framework of WTO.

Currently she is Senior Associate at the German Institute for International and Security Affairs (SWP) in Berlin and works on the EU's foreign land investments, trade policy and its impact on developing countries and security aspects of food, agricultural and fishing risks and vulnerability. She advises European and German institutions and is a member of several consultancy fora, e.g. for the FAO's guidelines for responsible agricultural investments and for investments transparency for the G8.

Courses taught at the Brandt School:

  • IPE/ PNM: Governance Challanges in Trade, Investment and Development (with Clara Weinhardt) (WS 2013/14)

  • IPE: Governance Challenges in Trade, Investment and Development (with Joshua Curtis) (WS 2015/16)