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Susanna Bolz

Susanna Bolz

Scientific employee (PhD candidate)

Contact:

Max-von-Laue-Straße 1
28359 Bremen
Building WIWI 2, Room F 2240

Phone: +49 (0)421 218-66647
susanna.bolz(at)uni-bremen.de

Research:

  • Environmental Innovations
  • Sustainability
  • Public Economics

Person

Since May 2021 Susanna Bolz is Research Assistant and PhD candidate at the working group of Prof. Dr. Jutta Günther at the University of Bremen. She studied Economics at the Universities Cologne (M.Sc. 2020) and Heidelberg (B.Sc. 2016) and Sociology (B.A. 2015) at the University Heidelberg. In her dissertation she will deal with empirical questions of Innovation and Environmental Economics. She is participating in the research project “Development of a stakeholder-oriented interaction platform for the design of resilient transformation paths to a regional hydrogen economy” (HyTracks).

 

 

Academic education and degrees

Since 05/2021

Scientific employee (PhD candidate)

University of Bremen

10/2016 – 08/2020

Master Programme: Economics

University Cologne

Specialization: Public Economics and Macroeconomics; Growth, Labor, and Inequality

Thesis: “UK’s Universal Credit – Does One Size Fit All?”

Degree: Master of Science

08/2018 – 06/2020

Student Assistant, Prof. Felix Bierbrauer, Chair for Public Economics

University of Cologne

10/2013 - 09/2016

 

Bachelor Programme: Economics (Political Economy)

University Heidelberg

Specialization: Economic Policy, Public Choice

Thesis: “Selectivity in the allocation of foreign aid – how donors give aid when corruption prevails”

Degree: Bachelor of Science

02/2016 - 05/2016

Internship German Institute for Development, project “Effectiveness and sustainability of Budget Support“

09/2014 – 12/2015

Student Assistant, Prof. Christina Gathmann, Chair of Labor Economics and Political Economy

University Heidelberg

09/2011 – 08/2015

Bachelor Programme: Sociology

University Heidelberg

Specialization:  Sociological Analysis of Institutions (Economy, Market, Organizations)

Thesis: “Der Einfluss der sozialen Herkunft auf die Berufswünsche von Jugendlichen“

Degree: Bachelor of Arts

Projects

Since 05/2021

Development of a stakeholder-oriented interaction platform for the design of resilient transformation paths to a regional hydrogen economy - HyTracks

Duration: 36 Months

Project start: 01.12.2020

In cooperation with: Research Group "Resilient Energy Systems" (University of Bremen)

Financed by: Federal Ministry of Research and Education (BMBF)