Johanna Fröhlich holds a Bachelor of Arts in European Studies from Maastricht University and Boğaziçi University. At the Hertie School, she focused on the role of institutions in development, security and sustainability. As a candidate for the Master of International Affairs, she is writing her master’s thesis on the topic of corruption. She has lived and worked in China, Turkey and the Netherlands. Her university career has been complemented by professional experience in the fields of cultural-political journalism and public affairs and at the German development agency GIZ as well as the German Federal Ministry of Defense. Currently, she is an external consultant at the GIZ.
Master’s thesis title
Curbing corruption in Armenia: Lessons learned from an indirect big-bang approach in Georgia