Jörg Kemmerzell

Dr. Jörg Kemmerzell

Project consultant PAEGIE

Working area(s)

Institut for Political Science, Comparative Politics and European Integration

Contact

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64293 Darmstadt
Post/Mail: Dolivostraße 15

Jörg Kemmerzell works as a lecturer at the Institute of Political Science. He is also a senior researcher in the Kopernikus Project ARIADNE – Evidence-Based Assessment for the Design of the German Energy System Transformation at the Chair for Comparative Politics and European Integration (Prof. Dr. Michèle Knodt).

Research interests

  • Energy and climate policy
  • Local and regional policy
  • Comparative politics and methods, particularly QCA
  • Political institutions
  • Democracy Research and Theory of Democracy
Since 05/2021 Lecturer, Institute of Political Science, TU Darmstadt; senior researcher, Kopernikus project ARIADNE – Evidence-Based Assessment for the Design of the German Energy System Transformation
01/2020 – 04/2021 Consultant at Gloria Mundi GmbH, Frankfurt, Research- and Communication Consulting
02/2017 – 12/2019 Research associate, Kopernikus Project “Energy Transition Navigation System – ENavi” (Federal Ministry of Education and Research), TU Darmstadt, Institute of Political Science, Research Area Comparative Politics and European Integration
04/2015 – 01/2017 Research associate, research project “Trans-local action and local innovations in the context of climate change. A comparative analysis of German major cities” (German Research Council), TU Darmstadt
04/2012 – 03/2015 Member of the research group “Local Generation of Knowledge relevant for Action: The Case of Local Strategies and Measures Dealing with Climate Change” (German Research Council), TU Darmstadt
10/2011 – 03-2012 Lecturer, University of Hildesheim, Institute of Social Sciences
10/2008 – 09/2011 Research associate, TU Darmstadt, Institute of Political Science
01/2007 – 09/2008 Research associate, research project Thyssen-Stiftung “Managing ethnic conflict through institutional engineering: Ethnic party bans in Africa” (Thyssen Foundation), TU Darmstadt
04/2007 Doctorate, Dr. phil , Political Science, TU Darmstadt, Institute of Political Science; subject: Conditions for the development and success of regionalist parties. An analysis of the political-institutional context (in German), grade: very good
01/2001 – 06/2006 Research associate, TU Darmstadt, Institute of Political Science, Chair for German Politics and Comparative Politics
10/1993 – 09/2000 Studies in Political Science (major), Economics and Law (minors), TU Darmstadt and University of Frankfurt, Master degree “with honors”