Heidelberg Institute at German-Georgian Conference

HI associate Lucas Wehner talks about strategic partnership

HEIDELBERG/ VIENNA. On November 24 and 25, the international conference “Education – whose responsibility is it? – Historic, Legal, and Ideological Perspectives” took place in the Steven’s Hall of the Archiocese Vienna. High-ranking church officials from the Georgian Orthodox Church, such as Metropolitan Daniel, and experts from Georgia’s science and diplomatic scene came to Vienna in order to discuss with German participants their paradigms of responsibility in education. It was the goal of the conference to find ways for Georgia’s politics and religion into a modern, multicultural and multi-religious Europe. The conference was marked by its ecumenical approach and interest in exchanging thoughts, for instance, this was demonstrated by speakers of various Christian confessions. In this regard, there was also a Catholic priest speaking.

Heidelberg Institute at the Economic Summit Europe 2018

HI presentation on macroeconomics of mutuality at the Hague

THE HAGUE/AMSTERDAM/HEIDELBERG. From April 12 through 13, 2018, Rosen Ivanov, director of the Heidelberg Institute's Center for Fair Economics & Finance and member of the Board of Advisors at the Heidelberg Institute, took part in the Economic Summit Europe 2018, which was held in the Netherlands.

Heidelberg Institute hosts IBI group

More than 50 IBI staff and students in Heidelberg and Frankfurt (M.)

HEIDELBERG/ FRANKFURT (M.). More than 45 students and 5 academic staff from 11 Christian universities and colleges experienced a trip of their life time. Between May and July, Dr. Mike Nagel, managing director of the International Business Institute at Messiah College in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania, led a group of 45 undergraduate students of business to countries in Europe, Asia, and the United Arab Emirates. During this trip, student have classes in order to receive 12 credits for their course work, visit corporations, meet business people, researchers and politicians, and dive into various cultures.

Heidelberg Institute at GSMAC 2017

HI at Emanuel University in Oradea, Romania

ORADEA/ HEIDELBERG. “Civil Society: The Engine for Economic and Social Well-Being” was the title of this year’s Griffiths School of Management Conference (GSMAC) on May 11, 2017. More than 13 speakers came from Romania, the United States of America, and Germany to explore the link between civil society and the economics and social well-being. Among them was Prof. Dr. Harald Jung, associate and president of the Heidelberg Institute, who was a key note speaker talking about “‘Called by name’ – state and society in a personalist-Christian view of man.”

Heidelberg Institute in the Vatican

HI presentation at church management conference at the Pontificial Lateran University

ROME/ VATICAN/ HEIDELBERG. From March 23 until 25, Lucas Wehner, member of the executive council at the Heidelberg Institute, spoke in behalf of the institute about “Market Theology in Germany: At the example of a free church in Baden-Württemberg” at the International Festival of Creativity in Church Management at the Pontificial Lateran University in the Vatican (PUL).

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Executive Council


Harald Jung


Karl Joerg Moeckel

Executive Director

Board of Advisors

Vincenzo Calabrese

Vincenzo Calabrese

Board member

Manuel Rauchholz

Board member

Hans-Joachim Hahn

Board member
Tobias Illig

Tobias Illig

Board member