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Annett Wadewitz was secretary at the Chair of Public and Nonprofit Management from 2011 to 2018.
From 2013 till Januar of 2018 Anne-Kathrin Meier was PhD student and research/teaching assistant at the Chair of Public & Nonprofit Management. She studied Public Policy and Management at the Universities of Potsdam and Tampere (Finland). She finished her study with a Master of Arts from the University of Potsdam in 2013. Before her graduation she worked as an intern and working student at several public administrations (e.g. the Administration of the German Bundestag) and as a student research assistant at the Chair of Public & Nonprofit Management. In her PhD thesis she researched on performance-oriented pay in the public sector.
Michael Plazek studied Public Policy & Management (Diploma) at the University of Potsdam and the University of Bergen (Norway). His professional focus is on management and organizational theory, governance, nonprofit organizations and government modernization. He has several years of consulting experience in the public sector (projects on local, state and federal level). Michael Plazek worked in the project “Kommunale Gestaltungsmöglichkeiten bedürfnisorientierter Altenpflegestrukturen”, a field study at the local level about good practices to strengthen home-based care.
Moritz Schnitger studied Public Policy and Management (Diploma) at the University of Potsdam and the University of Copenhagen (Denmark). His professional focus is on municipal control, network governance, welfare markets and policy research in social services. He has work experience in local health care, social urban development and modernization of the administration. Moritz Schnitger worked in the project “Kommunale Gestaltungsmöglichkeiten bedürfnisorientierter Altenpflegestrukturen”, a field study at the local level about good practices to strengthen home-based care.
Dominik Vogel was a PhD student and research/teaching assistant at the Chair of Public & Nonprofit Management. He studied Public Policy and Management at the Universities of Constance (2005-2008, B.A.), Potsdam (2008-2011, M.A.) and Twente (NL) (2009/2010). He finished his study with a Master of Arts from the University of Potsdam in 2011. In his PhD thesis, which was awarded the top score of summa cum laude, he focused on antecedents of leadership behaviour in the public sector.
Valeria Haasis was a research/teaching assistant at the Chair of Public & Nonprofit Management from 2013 until 2016. Her research interest is in organizational changing processes, sustainability management, local climate protection, and nonprofit management.
Tobias Krause was a PhD student and research/teaching assistant at the Chair of Public & Nonprofit Management from 2010 until 2016.
He studied Business Administration at the University of Giessen (2003-2009) specializing in International Management and Accounting, Risk Management and Marketing. He finished his study with a German University Diploma from the University of Giessen in 2009. During his studies, he worked for the international student organization AIESEC. He was local committee vice president finance and organized different projects on a national and regional level. He worked as intern in management for enterprises in India and Germany. In his PhD thesis he researched on public corporate governance, strategic alliance management and the governance of public enterprises. He is associated doctoral researcher at the international research program on “Wicked Problems, Contested Administrations: Knowledge, Coordination, Strategy” (WIPCAD).
In April 2016 he started working as a consultant at EY (Ernst & Young) in Berlin.
Dr. Kroll joined the Department of Public Management at Steven J. Green School of International and Public Affairs as an Assistant Professor of Public Administration in August 2013. Prior to joining FIU, he was a Post-Doctoral Researcher at the University of Potsdam (Germany) from which he received his Ph.D. in Public Administration in 2012 and his MPA in 2008. His research interest is in studying organizational effectiveness, employee behavior, and particularly the roles of performance information, strategy, leadership, and motivation. He received awards for his Ph.D. dissertation, “Why Public Managers Use Performance Information”, and for a paper presented at the annual conference of the European Group of Public Administration in 2011. At the Academy of Management Conference 2014, he received the Carlo Masini Award for outstanding scholarship in the fields of public and nonprofit management for a co-authored paper he presented as well as the JPART-PNP Top Reviewer Award. His research has been published (or is forthcoming) in journals, including the American Review of Public Administration, International Public Management Journal, Public Administration, Public Administration Review, and Public Performance & Management Review. Dr. Kroll is an associated research fellow at the Center for Organizational Research & Design at Arizona State University.