Miriam Bodenheimer M.A.

Fraunhofer Institute for
Systems and Innovation Research ISI

Researcher

Experience

Undergraduate bachelor studies at the University of Chicago from 2004 to 2008, including a year abroad at the University of Seville in Spain. International trade paralegal at Covington & Burling, LLP in Washington, DC (2008-2010). Graduate studies in International Development Studies at the Philipps-University Marburg from 2010 to 2013. Internship and Master’s thesis on certification in the artisanal and small-scale mining sector at Fraunhofer ISI since 2012. Researcher in the competence center Sustainability and Infrastructure since 2014.

Work Focus

  • Social sustainability in global value chains, particularly in the ICT and clothing sectors

  • Sustainability transitions and multi-level perspective

  • Non-energy natural resource policies

Publications

Bodenheimer, M. (2016): Beyond Technology: Towards Sustainability through Behavioral Transitions. 7th International Sustainability Transitions Conference, Wuppertal.

Peuckert, J.; Bodenheimer, M.; Gandenberger, C. (2015): The role of international trade forthe global build-up of innovation capabilities in the wind industry, in: Innovation & Development.

Walz, R.; Bodenheimer, M.; Gandenberger, C. (2016): Kritikalität und Positionalität: Was ist kritisch für wen – und weshalb? In: Exner, A./Held, M./Kümmerer, K. (Hrsg.): Kritische Metalle in der Großen Transformation, Springer Verlag, Berlin.

Bodenheimer, M.; Gandenberger, C.; Griestop, L. (2015): Methodology for the assessment of policy coherence in the area of non-energy mineral resources. Kurzanalyse Nr. 4 im Rahmen des Projekts RohPolRess für das Umweltbundesamt.

Manhart, A.; Gandenberger, C.; Bodenheimer, M.; Rüttinger, L.; Griestop, L. (2015): Ungewollte Verschiebungseffekte durch Standards und Zertifizierung - Relevanz und Lösungsansätze für den Bereich der abiotischen Rohstoffe. Kurzanalyse Nr. 5 im Rahmen des Projekts RohPolRess für das Umweltbundesamt.

Gandenberger, C.; Bodenheimer, M.; Schleich, J.; Orzanna, R.; Macht, L. (2015): Factors driving international technology transfer: empirical insights from a CDM project survey. Climate Policy, DOI: 10.1080/14693062.2015.1069176.

Gandenberger, C.; Unger, D.; Strauch, M.; Bodenheimer, M. (2015): The International Transfer of Wind Power Technology to Brazil and China, Working Paper S07/2015, Karlsruhe.

Bodenheimer, M. (2014): Certifying Improvement, Improving Certification. An Analysis based on the Artisanal and Small-Scale Mining Sector. Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research ISI. Karlsruhe (Working Paper Sustainability and Innovation, S9/2014).

Gandenberger, C.; Peuckert, J.; Christmann-Budian, S.; Bodenheimer, M. (2014): Wie können die Voraussetzungen für den Transfer klimafreundlicher Technologien in die Schwellen- und Entwicklungsländer verbessert werden? In: Econet Monitor 5/2014, German Industry and Commerce Greater China (Ed.), p. 27-29.