Research Interests

Social movements, bioeconomy strategies in international comparison, political economy, social relationships with nature

Research within the Junior Research group

Main focus:
Qualitative case study Spain (module A5)

In cooperation with the group:
A qualitative typology and analyses of the case studies (module A5)
Theory and Synthesis (module D)

Contact

philip.koch@uni-jena.de

Vita

Since 2019
Research assistant at the Institute for Sociology at the FSU Jena
2017-2019
Student assistant of the BMBF junior research group “Bioeconomy and Social Inequalities” of the FSU Jena
2016-2019
Master of Arts in Sociology at Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena with research stay in Quito, Ecuador
2012-2015
Bachelor of Science in “Environmental and Resource Management” at the BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg with a semester abroad at the Universidad Autónoma de México (UNAM)

Academic Teaching

SoSe 2021: „Nachhaltigkeit und gesellschaftliche Transformation“, Colloquium at the FSU Jena, online (with Dennis Eversberg, Martin Fritz, Jana Holz, Lilian Pungas, Matthias Schmelzer)

WiSe 2019/20: „Nachhaltigkeit und gesellschaftliche Transformation“, Colloquium at the FSU Jena, (with Dennis Eversberg, Martin Fritz, Jana Holz, Lilian Pungas, Matthias Schmelzer)

Publications

REPORTS, REVIEWS , DISCUSSION PAPERS

2020. Hoffnungsträger Bioökonomie? Bericht vom Workshop „It’s the Bioeconomy, stupid! The future of growth and the promise of the bioeconomy.“ Blog Postwachstum, November 27 (with Martin Fritz). URL: https://www.postwachstum.de/hoffnungstraeger-biooekonomie-20201127