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Egermann, Markus,
Dr. rer. pol.

Tel. +493514679272
M.Egermann[im]ioer.de

Professional Experience


since 2013

Senior researcher at the IOER

2013

Dissertation: Local actors between competition and cooperation – analyzing collective action of municipal actors in regional cooperation processes using the example of the Metropolitan Region Central Germany (University of Dortmund)

 

since 2013 Member of the 'Standing Working Group of the Federal States of Saxony/Saxony-Anhalt/Thuringia' of the Academy for Spatial Research and Planning (ARL)

 

2011-2013

 

German National Contact Point for the CENTRAL EUROPE Programme (INTERREG IVB) of the European Union

since 2010 Lecturer at the Technical University Dresden, Faculty of Environmental Sciences, Chair for Spatial Development

2008/09 Lecturer at the Technical University Dresden, Faculty of Environmental Sciences, Institute for Geography, Chair for Spatial Planning

2008/09 Lecturer at the Brandenburg University of Technology, Faculty for Architecture, Civil Engineering and Urban Planning, Chair for Regional Planning

2007-2009 Executive secretary of the working group on 'Open Space Protection' of Standing Working Group of the Federal States of Saxony/Saxony-Anhalt/Thuringia' of the Academy for Spatial Research and Planning (ARL)

seit 2005 Junior researcher and PhD student at the IOER

Research Interests and Experiences

Regional and Metropolitan Governance, Planning Systems and Instruments, Evaluation in Spatial Planning and Cooperation, Urban-Rural-Partnerships, European Territorial Cooperation, European Spatial Development
Collective Action Theory, Transition Theory, Planning Theory

Projects (selection)


2016-2019

Environmental policy and strategies to support socio-ecological ways of living and common welfare

German Environment Agency / Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety

2016-2017 Transition to a sustainable and community based urban economy
Robert Bosch Foundation

2015-2018 Open City Dresden - Common responsibility for sustainable urban development
"Future City Initiative" of the Federal Ministry of Education and Research

2013-2016

Accelerating and Rescaling Transitions to Sustainability (ARTS), FP7-project lead by the Dutch Research Institute for Transitions (DRIFT)


2009-2010
Intermunicipal cooperation on industrial land in the Region Halle/Leipzig; Study and process moderation in the frame of the INTERREG IVB Project 'Via Regia plus'

2008-2010 Supra-Regional Partnerships - Innovative Projects on City-Region Collaboration, Linkage and Common Large-Scale Responsibility. Demonstration project research in the research programme of the Federal Ministry of Transport, Building and Urban Development

2006-2008

PolyMETREXPlus – Polycentricity and better European territorial balance; project supported by METREX, the Network of European Metropolitan Regions and Areas under the INTERREG IIIC programme of the European Union

2005-2006 Metropolitan Regions – Chances for spatial development through polycentricity and regional cooperation. Project in the research programme 'Reconstructing East' of the Federal Ministry of Transport, Building and Urban Development

2005-2006 Improving the quality of life in Large Urban Distressed Areas (LUDA); FP5-project of Key Action 4 "City of Tomorrow & Cultural Heritage" of the programme "Energy, Environment and Sustainable Development"

Education


1998-2004

Geography at the Technical University Dresden

2002-2003

Geographie at the Universita di Pisa, Dipartimento di Scienze della Terra

 

2001-2002 Common Study Programme on ‘City and Regional Development’ of the TU-Dresden and the Ohio State University supported by the Dresdner Bank and the Huntington Bank

Review activities

Sustainability (ISSN 2071-1050)
Reviewer for the EU Framework Programm for Research and Innovation (Horizon 2020)
Ecology and Society (ISSN: 1708-3087)
Technological Forecasting and Social Change (ISSN: 0040-1625)
Urban Research & Practice (ISSN 1753-5069)


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