Daniel M. Häusermann is a postdoctoral fellow at the University of St. Gallen Law School. He holds degrees from Harvard Law School (LL.M.) and from the University of St. Gallen (Dr. iur., lic. iur. HSG). He is admitted to the Swiss bar, but currently not practicing. As a student, he was a fellow of the Swiss Study Foundation, and he co-founded a training radio station as well as a political party.
Daniel's research interests include business associations, corporate law, corporate governance, information law, and empirical legal studies. He currently works on a postdoctoral thesis (Habilitationsschrift) on policy making in corporate law, especially with regard to the board of directors of public corporations. A project summary is available here.