Focused on alternative and sustainable economics.
Fields of Research and Activity
Andreas OBERENZER is an economist from the Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration and focuses on alternative and sustainable economics based on indicator assessment. Currently he is writing his diploma thesis within an OIKODROM-led interdisciplinary and international project HAMMAM - Hammam: Aspects and Multidisciplinary Methods of Analysis for the Mediterranean region. In this project he represents the questions of economic aspects of the hammams and the adjacent neighbourhood. He analyzes their innovative potential to strengthen the local economy. Furthermore he supports OIKODROM with his skills in administrative and organizational realms.
German: mother tongue
|Oikodrom - Forum Nachhaltige Stadt - Institute for Urban Sustainability, main topic: sustainable economy|
|Since 2003||Vienna University for Economics and Business Administrations, Economics|
|2002-2006||Accounting and controlling for several small companies|
|2000-2003||Several internships at investment and insurance companies|
|2000||Internship at a British travel agency|
|1997-2002||Vienna Business High School Schönborngasse|
Project Management and Coordination
EU Project "HAMMAM - Hammam, Aspects and Multidisciplinary Methods of Analysis for th
Mediterranean Region, 6th Framework Programme, Specific Targeted Research Projects (STREP) (FP6-2003-INCO-MPC-2, Contract number: 517704)
|HAMMAM - Hammam, Aspects and Multidisciplinary Methods of Analysis for the Mediterranean Region, (FP6-2003-INCO-MPC-2, Contract number: 517704), interdisciplinary field research in 5 study cities, Cairo, Ankara, Damascus, Constantine and Fez|