Adrian Ebert

Student assistant

The local is often connected to the international: As an economic geographer, Adrian Ebert is ­familiar with various global ­economic, political, and social contexts. ­In his work, he uses qualitative ­methods ­to try to ­illuminate ­the complex relationships and interactions from ­a spatial ­perspective.

For me, spatial understanding is the key to understanding.

Adrian Ebert studied Geographical Sciences, Political Sciences and Spatial Planning at the Free University of Berlin. During his studies, he was able to acquire important basic knowledge on the effects of climate change, international development policy and globalisation processes. In his final thesis, he focused on the changes in globalisation and the effects of the Chinese Belt & Road Initiative in relation to the economic and political conditions in Serbia.

In preparation for his further academic training, he is currently gaining valuable intercultural and transdisciplinary experience at inter 3 about the science enterprise at the interface of research and practice.

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