and American University in Washington D.C., he focused on issues of urban development and smart cities, combined with climate and environmental policy. During a Professional Year with the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety, he began working in the Ministry’s division for international urban development cooperation and subsequently became the State Secretary’s temporary personal assistant. In his master’s thesis Fritz Finne takes a closer look at the impact of the knowledge economy on social segregation in the urban sphere, with a special focus on Berlin. <br /><br /><strong>Master’s thesis title</strong><br /><br /><em>The rise of the knowledge economy and its impact on urban segregation&nbsp;</em>" />
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