Klemp, Felicitas

Research Intern
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Biographical Statement 

Felicitas Klemp is a graduate student in geography from the University of Hamburg. In July 2017, she received a scholarship to do a self-organised research stay in Vancouver, Canada.

She currently submitted her Master’s thesis about Vancouver’s local food system in the context of governance debates. In May 2018, she published her first research article with Dr. Anne Vogelpohl under the title: The creeping influence of consultants on cities: McKinsey’s involvement in Berlin’s urban economic and social policies. Felicitas Klemp also holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Metropolitan Culture from the HafenCity University of Hamburg.

Felicitas Klemp's main research interests are urban transformation, urban food systems and strategies, governance debates and post-politics in the context of neoliberalism.

As a research intern at UNU-CRIS, Felicitas Klemp worked on the EL-CSID project under the supervision of Elke Boers and Riccardo Trobbiani for a period of three months.