The Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg was founded in 1973. This makes it one of the young universities in Germany.
Its goal is to find answers to the major questions facing society in the 21st century - with top interdisciplinary research and teaching.
The University of Siegen is a young modern university in the center of the border triangle of North Rhine-Westphalia, Hesse and Rhineland-Palatinate. In order to raise its profile in research, the University of Siegen focuses not only on excellent individual research but also on inter- and transdisciplinary large-scale and internationally recognized research areas.
The research project nascent is located at the Research Unit Plural Economics of Faculty III of Economic Disciplines.
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University of Siegen
the Research Unit Plural Economics
Member of the CSA Das Grüne Zebra
Project consultant at Bremer Jugendring
Dr. Irene Antoni-Komar is a cultural scientist with focus on sustainable management and a research associate at the Chair of Organization and Human Resources in the Department of Economics and Law at the Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg.
Working in various research projects on sustainable management, currently in nascent (www.nascent-transformativ.de). Her research focuses on economy and culture, sustainable management, especially sustainable food systems and food culture.
She is co-founder of the Food Council of Oldenburg and member of the advisory board.
Antoni-Komar, I.; Kropp, C.; Paech, N.; Pfriem, R. (2019): Transformative Unternehmen und die Wende in der Ernährungswirtschaft. Marburg: Metropolis.
Dirk Posse is a sustainability economist and research associate at the University of Siegen, Research Unit Plural Economics.
He is also a self-employed consultant for organizations and education in social-ecological transformation.
Work and research focuses on sustainable management, degrowth society, gross national happiness, economy for the common good and ecological agriculture.
Posse, D. (2015): Zukunftsfähige Unternehmen in einer Postwachstumsgesellschaft. Heidelberg: VÖÖ. Read full-text.
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Moritz Wittkamp is a sustainability economist and research assistant at the University of Siegen, Research Unit Plural Economics.
He is also active in youth and adult education. In this field he works with approaches of democracy education, global learning and transformative learning. Transculturality is one of the main topics of his work.