Dr Michael Goldhammer is Academic Visitor at the Centre for Comparative Constitutional Studies and Constitution Transformation Network, where he is working on a project in comparative administrative law. He recently completed post-doctoral studies at the University of Bayreuth in Germany, on the subject of Open Future and Governmental Decisions. From October 2018, he will hold a temporary Professorship for Public Law in Berlin. He received a LL.M. from Michigan Law and a Dr. jur. for a treatise on Foundations of Intellectual Property as Constitutional Property. Michael Goldhammer has taught and published widely in the areas of administrative and constitutional law and their theoretical foundations. He has a special focus on the legal framework for national security, federalism, the comparison of constitutional and administrative designs, property rights and economic power, and the methodological interface of law and science.