© N. Hagemann

PostDoc

Dr. Nina Hagemann

Institute of Geography

Hülssebau, HÜL/O 264
Helmholtzstraße 10
01069 Dresden

Tel.+49 351 463-36060
Fax+49 351 463-37064

nina.hagemann@tu-dresden.de

  • Governance and institutional analysis
  • Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services
  • European Common Agricultural Policy
  • Stakeholder engagement
  • Bartkowski, B., Bartke, S., Hagemann, N., Hansjürgens, B., Schröter-Schlaack, C. 2021. Application of the Governance Disruptions Framework to German agricultural soil policy. In: SOIL 7, 495–509. https://doi.org/10.5194/soil-7-495-2021
  • Sylla M., Hagemann N., Szewrański S. 2020. Mapping trade-offs and synergies among peri-urban ecosystem services to address spatial policy. In: Environmental Science and Policy 112: 79-90. doi.org/10.1016/j.envsci.2020.06.002
  • Hagemann, N., van der Zanden, E.H., Willaarts, B.A., Holzkämper, A., Volk, M., Rutz, C., Priess, J.A., Schönhart, M. 2020. Bringing the sharing-sparing debate down to the ground—Lessons learnt for participatory scenario development. In: Land Use Policy 91: e104262. doi.org/10.1016/j.landusepol.2019.104262.
  • Karner, K., Cord, A.F., Hagemann, N., Hernandez-Mora, N., Holzkamper, A., Jeangros, B., Lienhoop, N., Nitsch, H., Rivas, D., Schmid, E., Schulp, C.J.E., Strauch, M., van der Zanden, E.H., Volk, M., Willaarts, B., Zarrineh, N., Schonhart, M. 2019. Developing stakeholder-driven scenarios on land sharing and land sparing – Insights from five European case studies. In: Journal of Environmental Management 241: 488-500.
  • Dietze, V., Hagemann, N., Jürges, N., Bartke, S., Fürst, C. 2019. Farmers consideration of soil ecosystem services in agricultural management – A case study from Saxony, Germany. In: Land Use Policy 81: 813-824.
  • Schleyer, C., Hagemann, N., Rauchenecker, K. 2019. Governing wildlife commons. In: Hudson, B., Rosenbloom, J., Cole, D. (eds.), Routledge Handbook of the Study of the Commons. Abingdon: Routledge: 198 – 207.
  • Gawel, E., Purkus, A., Pannicke, N., Hagemann, N. 2018. A Governance Framework for a Sustainable Bioeconomy. Insights from the Case of the German Wood-based Bioeconomy, in: Leal, W., Pociovalisteanu, D.-M., Borges de Brito, P.R. and Borges de Lima, I. (Eds.), Towards a Sustainable Bioeconomy: Principles, Challenges and Perspectives. Springer: 517-537.
  • Singer-Brodowski, M., Grossmann, K., Bartke, S., Huning, S., Weinsziehr, T., Hagemann, N. 2018. Competency-oriented education for sustainable development: Lessons from five courses on energy poverty. In: International Journal of Higher Education 19(7): 1299-1316.
  • Juerges, N., Hagemann, N., Bartke, S. 2018: A tool to analyse instruments for soil governance: the REEL-framework. In: Journal of Environmental Policy and Planning 20(5): 617 – 631.
  • Bartke, S., Hagemann, N., Harries, N., Hauck, J., Bardos, P. 2018. Market potential of nanoremediation in Europe – Market drivers and interventions identified in a deliberative scenario approach. In: Science of The Total Environment 619-620: 1040-1048.
  • Gawel, E., Purkus, A., Pannicke, N., Hagemann, N. 2018. Herausforderungen einer nachhaltigen Bioökonomiepolitik. In: Ökologisches Wirtschaften 1/2018: 19- 20.
  • Purkus, A., Hagemann, N., Bedtke, N., Gawel, E. 2018. Towards a sustainable innovation system for the German wood-based bioeconomy: Implications for policy design. In: Journal of Cleaner Production 172: 3955-3968.
  • Hildebrandt, J., Hagemann, N., Thrän, D. 2017. The contribution of the ecological construction industries for leveraging a low carbon building sector. In: Sustainable Cities and Society 34: 405-418.
  • Hagemann, N., Kirschke, S. 2017. Key Issues of Interdisciplinary NEXUS Governance Analyses: Lessons Learned from Research on Integrated Water Resources Management. In: Resources 6(9).
  • Schröter-Schlaack, C., Hagemann, N., Hansjürgens, B. 2017. Das Konzept der Ökosystemleistungen. In: Krebs, R. Schulin, R. Egli, M. und Tobias, S. (Eds.), Bodenschutz in der Praxis. UTB Verlag: 71-81.

 since 12/2021: Postdoc at the Chair of Computational Landscape Ecology, TU Dresden

 since 02/2017: Postdoc at the Chair of Ecosystem Services, International Institute (IHI) Zittau, TU Dresden

 04/2012 – 11/2019: Research Fellow at the Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research – UFZ, Leipzig – Department of Economics

 2015: PhD at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Faculty of Life Sciences. Dissertation topic: “Understanding institutional persistence in Ukrainian water service provision sector

11/2008 – 03/2012: PhD-student at Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research – UFZ, Leipzig, Department of Economics

 02/2008 – 11/2008: Research Fellow at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Chair of Resource Economics

 08/2007 – 02/2008: Research Assistant at the Chair of Tropical Forestry, TU Dresden

  06/2007 – 12/2007: Research Fellow at the Universität Hamburg, FSP BIOGUM/ FG Agriculture

 ➝ 2000 – 2007: Study of Political Sciences at the Universität Hamburg and the Universität Würzburg, graduated as Master of Arts (M.A.). Master´s thesis: “The agricultural negotiations within the framework of the WTO-ministerial conference 2003 in Cancún.

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