Hans Herbert von Arnim
Hans Herbert von Arnim, German political science educator.
Arnim, Hans Herbert von was born on November 16, 1939 in Darmstadt, Germany. Son of Herbert and Katja Emmy (Leonhard) von Arnim.
Master of Laws, University Heidelberg, Germany, 1962. Master Economics, University Heidelberg, Germany, 1966. Doctor of Public and Canon Law, University Heidelberg, Germany, 1970.
Doctor of Iuris Habilis, University Regensburg, Germany, 1976.
Director Karl Bräuer Institute, Wiesbaden, Germany, 1968-1978. Professor University Marburg, Germany, 1978-1981. Professor public law and constitutional theory German Postgraduate School Administrative Sciences, Speyer, Germany, since 1981.
Rector Postgraduate School Administrative Sciences, Germany, 1993-1995. Member Commission on Election Laws and Municipal Structure, Parliament of State of Rhineland-Palatinate, Mainz, Germany, 1988-1990. Member Commission on Salaries and Pension Schemes of Members of Government of German states, 1999-2000.
Member Federal Presidential Commission on Party Financing, 1992-1993. Member Constitutional Court, State of Brandenburg, Potsdam, Germany, 1993-1996.
Author: The Common Good and Group Interests, 1977, State Theory of the Federal Republic of Germany, 1984, Power Makes Inventive, 1988, The State as Spoils, 1993, State without Servants, 1993, paperback edition, 1995, We Are the State, 1995, Parties, Members of Parliament and Money, 2d edition, 1996. The Glutton as Caterer, 1997, paperback edition, 1999, Servants of Many Masters, 1998, Principles of Economic Policy, 6th edition, 1998, The Bright Shine of Democracy, 2000, Politics Power Money, 2001.