Jacobs University Bremen
Department of Business & Economics
Organization & Management Studies Group
Research IV | Room 80
28759 Bremen, Germany
I joined Jacobs University in September 2017. I chair the undergraduate study program Global Economics and Management and teach organization design, public and nonprofit management, multi-stakeholder partnerships and research seminars. My expertise is mostly with questions of organization theory and design, specifically: organizational preparedness and reliability, decision-making, resistance to change, and inter-organizational partnerships, with a particular interest in the public and nonprofit sectors, although not exclusively. Related projects received funding from the German Research Foundation (DFG), the Peter Pribilla Foundation, the Wagener Foundation, the Dahlem Research School (FU Berlin), and the industry.
I received my doctorate in management (Doktor rer. pol.) from the Freie Universität Berlin in 2011 and Master degrees in social sciences and management from the Linné Universitet i Växjö, Sweden (2005), and Université Paris Dauphine, France (2006). Prior to joining Jacobs University, I taught at Freie Universität Berlin, Universität zu Köln, the German Center for Aerospace Research (DLR), the Toulouse School of Management and ESCP Europe, among other institutions.
Service, current and past