Konstantin is a PhD candidate in the Department of Political Economy at King’s College London, where his research focusses on comparative political economy. He is focussed on the question of how the transition to the knowledge economy in Germany has impacted firms’ strategies towards labour attraction, securing skills and skill formation more generally. He lays special emphasis on the role of different firm characteristics like size and sector of operation and how they form and diversify firms’ strategies.
Konstantin is a trained economist and political scientist, who received a BA in International Relations from Rhine-Waal University of Applied Sciences Kleve and an MA in Political Economy from King’s College London.
A Market Standing on its Head – Effects of Germany’s move to the knowledge economy on firm’s strategies to secure skills
- Comparative Political Economy
- Economics of Education
- Political Theory
- Public Choice
David Hope and Chiara Benassi