Brandt School Universität Erfurt

Juliane Corredor Jimenez

Doctoral Student, Research Assistant


Juliane is a research assistant to the Aletta Haniel Professor for Public Policy and Entrepreneurship, Prof. Heike Grimm. In her PhD she investigates the role of public policy in scaling up sustainable entrepreneurship towards a systemic market transformation.

Juliane holds a B.A. in Social Sciences and Asian Studies from the Euro-Asian Campus of Sciences Po Paris and an M.A. in Environmental Policy from Paris School of International Affairs. Prior to joining Willy Brandt School she gained practical experience working at the German Embassy in Bogota, Invest Pacific, a public-private Investment Agency, and a German engineering office for hydraulic engineering.

Her research interests include: environmental policy, ecosystem conservation, sustainability, institutional logics, entrepreneurship, innovation, local solutions for a sustainable development and transformation management.



Courses taught at the Brandt School:

  • IA/ IPE: Sustainable Development from a Local-Global Policy Perspective (WS 2018/19)

  • PNM/IPE: Green Growth, Circular Economy or Degrowth?! Sustainability and the Economy (WS 2018/2019)

  • PNM: Social Entrepreneurship (WS 2019/20)

  • PTM: Project Group: Eine Welt Netzwerk Thüringen – Sustainability Definitions (WS 2019/20)

  • PTM: Project Group: Social Entrepreneurship Network Germany (SEND e.V.) (WS 2019/20)


Willy Brandt School Doctoral Student Will Participate at the Event "Academy for Energy and Acceptance"

·       Juliane Corredor Jimenez was chosen to participate at the "Academy for Energy and Acceptance" from February 24th - March 1st 2019 in Wittenburg-Lutherstadt. The event is organized by the Wittenberg Centre for global Ethics and will bring together different stakeholders and students to discuss about ethical issues, societal acceptance and feasability of the implementation of the energy transition in Germany. 

Further details about the event can be found here.