Since October 01, 2016 Tobias Wendler is a PhD candidate in the working group of Prof. Dr. Jutta Günther at the University of Bremen. He studied Economics at the University of Bremen (B.Sc. 2015). In his bachelor thesis, he analyzed the current policy of the European Central Bank. Subsequently he did an internship in an accounting firm.
In his dissertation, he engages in analysis on innovation systems in emerging economies, with a special focus on institutional factors and sustainable innovation.
Since 10/2016 PhD candidate at the Chair for Economics of Innovation and Structural Change (Prof. Jutta Günther), Faculty for Business Studies & Economics, University of Bremen
Prior positions and academic education
05/2016-09/2016 Visiting PhD candidate at the Chair for Economics of Innovation and Structural Change (Prof. Jutta Günther), Faculty for Business Studies & Economics, University of Bremen
09/2015-04/2016 Internship at Siemer & Partner in Bremen as auditing assistant
since 04/2017 Evaluating Science Organisations in Ukraine (EvalScience)
Project lead: Prof. Dr. Jutta Günther
In cooperation with: National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine (Institute for Economics)
Duration: 18 months
Funded by (german side): Federal Ministry of Education and Science
SoSe 2017 Exercise "Microeconomics"
WiSe 2016/17 Scientific Research Methods in Economics (teaching assistance Prof. Jutta Günther)
Workshops, Conferences and Summer Schools
|19/10 - 21/10||EAEPE Annual Conference, Budapest, Hungary
Presentation: "Can Innovation Drive Environmental Improvement?"
|13/10 - 14/10||EVO-Meeting, Bremen, Germany
Presentation: "Impact of Green Technologies on Resource Intensity"
|13/06||Datastream Workshop on data use and various thematic applications|
|02/05||Eurostat Workshop on data use and various thematic applications|
|13/09||Amadeus Workshop on data use and thematic applications|
|25/09 - 30/09||10th International Research Workshop "Methods for PhD"
Data Analysis with R
Analysing Panel and Spatial Data (with Stata)
Social Network Analysis