Nació en 1965. Maestría en Economía (Bayreuth / Munich, 1991).

Tiene su base de trabajo en Hanoi, Vietnam

Principales áreas de especialización:

  • Desarrollo económico local y regional
  • Desarrollo de clústeres y cadenas de valor
  • Desarrollo económico verde
  • Desarrollo de sistemas de mercado
  • Infraestructura de la calidad
  • Encuestas de clima empresarial/de inversiones y rankings de competitividad
  • Evaluaciones de programas y proyectos

Experiencia laboral:

Socio fundador de Mesopartner (2003)

2002 – 2003: Consultor independiente

2001 – 2002: Fraunhofer Gesellschaft eV, Yakarta (Indonesia), coordinador del proyecto PERISKOP y consultor sénior

1999 – 2000: Fraunhofer Management GmbH, Munich (Alemania), consultor sénior

1992 – 1999: Dorsch Consult Ingenieurgesellschaft mbH, Munich (Alemania), consultor.

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Inclusive territorial economic development  
Imagine you are looking at the map of the geographical distribution of actors in a certain territory while using a different lens than usual that highlights the economically and societally marginalised areas and groups of people who have not been able to participate fully in the…  
Green territorial economic development: promoting more sustainable solutions  
Since the Rio+20 Conference in 2012, Green Economic Development became an increasingly prominent topic in both less and more developed countries.  
Developing a territorial economy: what do we need to get right?  
Whenever territorial authorities or an external development organisation or both in cooperation embark on an attempt to strengthen a local economy, some essential questions need to be answered immediately, with a series of follow-up questions along the way.  
Approaching Mesopartner themes in a complexity sensitive way  
Whenever Mesopartner combines contract work with significant action research, we call such a working area a “theme”. Taking complexity into account introduces a new awareness and sensitivity into the application not only of our themes, but also of our methods and instruments.  
Life cycles of LED paradigms in the last 50 years  
For many decades we have been reflecting on how to address economic development in general and Local Economic Development (LED) in particular.  
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