Tabea Waltenberg

Former Research Assistant

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Tabea worked as a research assitant at ZOE Institute for Future-fir Economies. Her research interests encompass sustainability politics, growth-independence, sustainable consumption, socio-ecological transformation, systemic approaches, behavioural economics and social psychology. Her design skills include interdisciplinary work and workshop conception.


Tabea Waltenberg, M.Sc., studied economics and economic psychology with majors in markets and consumption and sustainability and completed a semester abroad in political economy. As a master student, she analyzed the public acceptance for ecological tax reform at the German Federal Environment Agency.
At ZOE, Tabea developed a website with arguments and policy proposals for socio-ecological economic policy, addressing policy-makers at EU level. Furthermore, she was responsible for ZOEs public relations.