Sarah's reserach interests encompass sustainable social security (especially old-age security), the culture of sustainability and organisational development in companies, economisation, the cultural history of the economy and qualitative and participatory social research.
Further competencies include moderation and conception of seminars in extracurricular educational work and companies as well as mediation and process design.
Sarah studied economics at the Cusanus University (M.A.) with a focus on philosophical and historical aspects of the economic system. Within this framework, she conducted transdisciplinary research in cooperation with partners in practice, such as a company pension scheme. She is also co-founder of the working group Plural Economics Bayreuth. She organizes events and gives lectures on this topic.