Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin - JP Politische Philosophie und Umweltethik

Prof. Dr. Gabriel Wollner


Seit 01.10.2018 ist Gabriel Wollner an der Universität Bayreuth beschäftigt:



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Studium der Philosophie, Politik- und Wirtschafswissenschaften (BA 2005) und Politischen Theorie (MPhil 2007) in Oxford; ‘Public Policy’ (MPP 2012) in Harvard; Promotion in Philosophie (PhD 2011) am University College London. Von 2012 bis 2013 akademischer Rat an der Universität Bayreuth; von 2013 bis 2015 Assistant Professor an der London School of Economics.





‘Global taxation and democratic legitimacy: Moral challenges to the democratic tax state'

Politische Vierteljahresschrift, 2018, im Erscheinen


‘Morally bankrupt: International financial governance and the ethics of sovereign default’

The Journal of Political Philosophy, online-first, DOI: 10.1111/jopp.12151


‘From Theory to Practice I: Making Judgments of Exploitation’ (with Mathias Risse)

San Diego Law Review, 2015, 52 (5): 1035-1067.


‘Three images of trade: On the place of trade in a theory of global justice’ (with Mathias Risse)

Moral Philosophy and Politics, 2014, Vol. 1 (2), 201-227.


‘Justice in finance: The normative case for an international financial transaction tax’

The Journal of Political Philosophy, 2014, Vol.22 (4), 458-485.


‘Critical notice of Aaron James’ Fairness in Practice’ (with Mathias Risse)

The Canadian Journal of Philosophy, 2013, 43(3), 382-401.


‘The third wave of theorizing global justice. A review essay.’

Global Justice: Theory, Practice, Rhetoric, 2013, Vol. 6, 21-39.


‘Egalitarianism, numbers and the dreaded conclusion’

Ethical Perspectives, 2012, Vol. 19 (3), 399-416.


‘Equality and the significance of coercion’

The Journal of Social Philosophy, 2011, Vol.42 (4), 363-81.


‘Framing, reciprocity and the grounds of egalitarian justice’

Res Publica: A Journal of Legal, Moral and Social Philosophy, 2010, Vol.16 (3), 281-98.




‘Luck egalitarianism’

In: Handbuch Gerechtigkeit, A. Goppel, C. Mieth, C.Neuhäuser (eds.), J.B. Metzler, 2016


‘International financial transaction taxes, public goods and justice’

In: Global Tax Governance. Peter Dietsch and Thomas Rixen (eds.), ECPR Press, 2016.


‘Basic equality and the currency of egalitarian justice’

In: Distributive Justice and Access to Advantage: G.A. Cohen’s Egalitarianism. Kaufman, A. (ed.), Cambridge University Press, 2014.




Review of T. Piketty Capital in the 21st Century

Economics and Philosophy, 2015, Vol.31(2), 327-344.


Review of A. James Fairness in Practice: A Social Contract for a Global Economy

Notre Dame Philosophical Review, 2012.10.10,


Review of C. Farrelly's Justice, Democracy and Reasonable Agreement

The Journal of Moral Philosophy, 2010, Vol. 7, 294-96.


Review of Paul Kelly's Liberalism

Millennium Journal of International Studies, 2007, Vol. 36, 161-64.