Christoph Herrmann is Professor of European and International Economic Law at the University of Passau. His research focuses on the relationship between the EU and the international economic legal order, in particular EU trade policy as well as the Eurozone and its relations with the IMF and other international actors.
He studied law (and some economics) at the University of Bayreuth and European and international economic law at the University of London. He holds a doctorate summa cum laude from the University of Bayreuth and completed his practical legal education in Germany in 2005. Subsequently he was a Jean-Monnet-Fellow at the EUI in Florence and finished his Habilitation in 2009 at the University of Munich.
He is editor of the European Yearbook of International Economic Law (EYIEL), listed on the indicative list of panelists of the WTO and was the case author of the ELSA EMC2 WTO Law Moot Court (2012/13).