The Faculty of Law, Economics, and Governance has a multidisciplinary profile, an international orientation and a focus on society. Our research is conducted in interdisciplinary research programmes and specialized research institutes.
- Research programmes and institutes
- Research staff
- Commissioned research
- PhD tracks
- Research related support
Are you a visiting researcher / lecturer? Read more about how to apply for a visit.
Collaboration within Utrecht University
Centre for Global Challenges
The Utrecht University Centre for Global Challenges is a collaboration between the Faculty of Law, Economics, and Governance and the Faculty of Humanities. UGlobe is an international and multidisciplinary platform for education and research on issues related to the contested global order. Research lines are human rights, conflict & security, sustainability and development & equity.
Strategic themes Utrecht University
The Faculty of Law, Economics, and Governance is closely involved in 3 university-wide strategic themes:
Focus areas Utrecht University
Legal, economic or organisational aspects play a role in many focus areas of the university, including:
- Governing the Digital Society
- Migration and Societal Change
- Future Deltas
- Professional Performance
- Sport and Society (Coordination: Faculty of Law, Economics, and Governance)
Want to get in touch with the Faculty or one of the departments directly? Please see our contact details.
The Faculty of Law, Economics and Governance has adopted both the national code of conduct for scientific integrity and the Utrecht University one. Read more about quality and integrity of research at Utrecht University.
Research related support
The Research Support Office (RSO) of the Faculty of Law, Economics and Governance (LEG) supports researchers in obtaining external funding for their research. Their is also other support for research, for instance support for datamanagement and privacy and for communication. Read more about research rated support.