Juliane is a research assistant to the Aletta Haniel Professor for Public Policy and Entrepreneurship, Prof. Heike Grimm. In her PHD she investigates the role of public policy in promoting sustainable entrepreneurship in the context of sustainability transitions.
Juliane holds a B.A. in Social Sciences and Asian Studies from the Euro-Asian Campus of Sciences Po Paris and an M.A. in Environmental Policy from Paris School of International Affairs. Prior to joining Willy Brandt School she gained practical experience working at the German Embassy in Bogota, Invest Pacific, a public-private Investment Agency, and an engineering office for hydraulic engineering.
Digital and high-tech entrepreneurship
Sustainable entrepreneurship and innovation
Corporate social responsibility
Current research projects focus on
(a) mapping sustainable entrepreneurship literature in the context of sustainability policy;
(b) analyzing the role of public institutions and international actors in promoting sustainable entrepreneurship. A case study of Colombia;
(c) sustainable business practices in digital and high-tech entrepreneurship.
Scientific Consortium to establish a DIN norm for the evaluation of sustainable start-ups (DINSPEC 900051).
Cradle to Cradle e.V.
International Public Policy Association (IPPA)
International Political Science Assocation (IPSA)
Corredor Jimenez, J. (2019). Ignoring the Brandt Line? Dimensions and Implications of the North-South Divide from Today’s Policy Perspective. In Grimm, H. M. (Ed.), Public Policy Research in the Global South. A Cross-Country Perspective. Springer Nature Switzerland 2019.
Corredor Jimenez, J. (2019). Mapping the Research on Sustainable Entrepreneurship. A public policy policy view. Presented at the 4th International Conference on Public Policy (ICPP4), 26th to 28th June 2019, Concordia University, Montreal, Canada.
Courses taught at the Brandt School
IA/ IPE: Sustainable Development from a Local-Global Policy Perspective (WS 2018/19)
PNM/IPE: Green Growth, Circular Economy or Degrowth?! Sustainability and the Economy (WS 2018/2019)
PNM: Social Entrepreneurship (WS 2019/20)
PTM: Project Group: Eine Welt Netzwerk Thüringen – Sustainability Definitions (WS 2019/20)