Before joining ESMT Berlin, Jens Weinmann was project manager of the Market Model Electric Mobility, a research project financed by the German environmental ministry (BMU). From 2007 to 2009, he worked as manager at the economic consultancy ESMT Competition Analysis. Further consulting experience includes projects with the Energy Markets Group at London Business School, Omega Partners London, and the World Energy Council. He has taught master classes in environmental and resource economics at the HTW Berlin, statistics in the bachelor programs of the HWR Berlin School of Economics and Law, and was guest lecturer at Cambridge University and European Business School, London. He graduated in energy engineering (Dipl.-Ing.) at the TU Berlin and received his PhD from London Business School in Decision Sciences.
Jens Weinmann's research focus lies in the analysis of decision-making in regulation, competition policy, and innovation, with a special interest in energy and transport. His academic experience includes fellowships at the Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, and the Florence School of Regulation, European University Institute.
Strategy and decision-making in regulation, competition policy and innovation, with focus on energy and transport Teaching Business statistics, environmental and resource economics, decision and risk analysis, heuristics and mental biases
Topics behavioral decision making, business and environment, business strategy, competition (analysis), decision making, energy sector (systems and networks), environment, government policy, industrial organization, innovation (incl. strategic innovation, technology-enabled innovation), organizational design, policy analysis, risk management, statistics, sustainability, utilities Industries aircraft, automotive, energy, regulation, telecommunications, transportation
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