Johanna Buchholz specialised in labour and social policy, focusing on the future of work as well as on social inequality. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy and Economics from the University of Bayreuth and has studied abroad at Stellenbosch University (South Africa) and at the university Luiss Guido Carli (Rome). Johanna’s professional experience includes working for the German Federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs on digitisation and the future of work, advising unions and job centres on organisational change at the consultancy gfa | public GmbH and working as a teaching assistant for decision theory and micro economics. Currently, she is employed at the Federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs as part of the task force for the ‘national skills strategy’. Working in these organisations has given her a passion for sustainable labour and social policy.
Master’s thesis title
Part-time with(out) penalty: A comparison of Germany and the Netherlands