The ISIconsult Team

Dr. René John

Social scientist, managing associate. Professional expertise in the fields of innovation and social change, social commitment, organizational research and gender studies. Methodological competence in qualitative and quantitative social research.

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Dr. René John

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Social scientist, managing associate. Professional expertise in the fields of innovation and social change, social commitment, organizational research and gender studies. Methodological competence in qualitative and quantitative social research.

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Prof. Dr. Melanie Jaeger-Erben

Psychologist and sociologist, associate. Professor for “Transdisciplinary Sustainability Research” at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the TU Berlin. Expertise in consumer research, change of social practices, social science technology research and material culture. Methodological competencies in qualitative social research, mixed methods and transdisciplinarity.

Prof. Dr. Melanie Jaeger-Erben

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Psychologist and sociologist, associate. Professor for “Transdisciplinary Sustainability Research” at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the TU Berlin. Expertise in consumer research, change of social practices, social science technology research and material culture. Methodological competencies in qualitative social research, mixed methods and transdisciplinarity.

Prof. Dr. Jana Rückert-John

Social scientist, associate. Holder of the professorship “Sociology of Food” at the University of Fulda. Speaker of the DGS-Section “Sociology of Agriculture, Agriculture and Nutrition”. Membership in the DGS-Section “Environmental Sociology”, the Consumer Sociology of the European Sociological Association (ESA) and Chair of the “Network Nutrition Culture”. Expertise in the fields of environmental sociology, sustainable consumption and nutrition, and gender research. Methodological competencies in quantitative and qualitative social research and statistics.

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Prof. Dr. Jana Rückert-John

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Social scientist, associate. Holder of the professorship “Sociology of Food” at the University of Fulda. Speaker of the DGS-Section “Sociology of Agriculture, Agriculture and Nutrition”. Membership in the DGS-Section “Environmental Sociology”, the Consumer Sociology of the European Sociological Association (ESA) and Chair of the “Network Nutrition Culture”. Expertise in the fields of environmental sociology, sustainable consumption and nutrition, and gender research. Methodological competencies in quantitative and qualitative social research and statistics.

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Liska Beulshausen, M.A.

Sociologist. Studied sociology and economics at the University of Freiburg and the Cusanus University of Applied Sciences. Since 2021 research associate at the Institute for Social Innovation, Berlin. Expertise in alternative economies, sociology of migration and theories of social change. Methodological skills in quantitative and qualitative social research, especially qualitative interviews and discourse analysis. Research interests include theories of hegemony, sustainable economies, and self-governing structures.

Liska Beulshausen, M.A.

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Sociologist. Studied sociology and economics at the University of Freiburg and the Cusanus University of Applied Sciences. Since 2021 research associate at the Institute for Social Innovation, Berlin. Expertise in alternative economies, sociology of migration and theories of social change. Methodological skills in quantitative and qualitative social research, especially qualitative interviews and discourse analysis. Research interests include theories of hegemony, sustainable economies, and self-governing structures.

Frederic Grobler, M.Sc.

Philosopher, sociologist and natural resource manager. Studied at Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf, Humboldt University Berlin and the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences. Expertise in happiness research, climate migration, food systems, complexity and facilitation. Methodological skills in quantitative and qualitative social research. Research interests focus on normative approaches to transformation in the context of socio-ecological systems.

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Frederic Grobler, M.Sc.

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Philosopher, sociologist and natural resource manager. Studied at Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf, Humboldt University Berlin and the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences. Expertise in happiness research, climate migration, food systems, complexity and facilitation. Methodological skills in quantitative and qualitative social research. Research interests focus on normative approaches to transformation in the context of socio-ecological systems.

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Alva Bonaker, M.A.

Social and Regional Scientist. Studied social sciences and regional studies with a focus on South Asia at Humboldt University Berlin, Jawaharlal Nehru University New Delhi, the School of Oriental and African Studies (University of London), and the Centre for Modern Indian Studies (Georg-August University Göttingen). Since 2022, research associate at the Institute for Social Innovation, Berlin. Expertise in nutrition, education and poverty in India, social engagement and citizen participation. Methodological skills in qualitative and quantitative social research. Research interests include social inequalities, social policy and food security.

Alva Bonaker, M.A.

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Social and Regional Scientist. Studied social sciences and regional studies with a focus on South Asia at Humboldt University Berlin, Jawaharlal Nehru University New Delhi, the School of Oriental and African Studies (University of London), and the Centre for Modern Indian Studies (Georg-August University Göttingen). Since 2022, research associate at the Institute for Social Innovation, Berlin. Expertise in nutrition, education and poverty in India, social engagement and citizen participation. Methodological skills in qualitative and quantitative social research. Research interests include social inequalities, social policy and food security.

Alexandra von Brunn, B.A.

Environmental and resource economist. Studied economics at the University of Augsburg and natural resource management at Humboldt University, Berlin. Since 2020 student assistant at the Institut für Sozialinnovation, Berlin. Expertise in alternative economy concepts, sustainable consumption and sustainable land use. Methodological competencies in quantitative data analysis as well as qualitative methodology, especially actor-network analyses. Research interests include social-ecological systems analysis, transformation theories, and urban agriculture.

Jonas John

Japanese studies student at the Free University of Berlin. Since 2018, working as a student assistant at the Institut für Sozialinnovation Consulting in Berlin. Research interests include social science research on Japan in the areas of politics, gender, and food.

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Alexandra von Brunn, B.A.

Environmental and resource economist. Studied economics at the University of Augsburg and natural resource management at Humboldt University, Berlin. Since 2020 student assistant at the Institut für Sozialinnovation, Berlin. Expertise in alternative economy concepts, sustainable consumption and sustainable land use. Methodological competencies in quantitative data analysis as well as qualitative methodology, especially actor-network analyses. Research interests include social-ecological systems analysis, transformation theories, and urban agriculture.

Jonas John

Japanese studies student at the Free University of Berlin. Since 2018, working as a student assistant at the Institut für Sozialinnovation Consulting in Berlin. Research interests include social science research on Japan in the areas of politics, gender, and food.