The Wuppertal Institute Team
Raimund is co-director of the Research Group on Material Flows and Resource Management at the Wuppertal Institute. He is an economist by training (Ph.D., habilitation) and professor at the College of Europe, Bruges.
Raimunds activities include analysis of eco-efficiency, incentive systems, market evolution, theory of firms, international environmental policy, EU and Japanese policies and management of international project groups.
Meghan is a research fellow at the Wuppertal Institute, where she works on projects concerning eco-innovation, biofuels, forestry and land use. She has a Master’s degree in Sustainable Resource Management from the Technische Universität München and a Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Studies from Elmira College (Elmira, New York).
Meghan is currently working on her dissertation, which assesses European timber consumption in relation to sustainable supply and land use.
Sören holds a diploma in economics and is currently working as a researcher in the Research Group ‘Material Flows and Resource Management’ at the Wuppertal Institute, Germany. He is also writing his dissertation, which is funded by a grant from the Hans-Böckler-Stiftung, at the University of Wuppertal on the issue of resource requirements of industrial economies and their drivers. His current workscope covers economy-level material flow analysis, physical trade balances in combination with geographical aspects and econometric methods, in particular regression and time series analysis.
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