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Limit(less): The Perforated Region

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Liechtenstein-Hayek-Saal
Plenary / Panel
German and English language

What impact does the decomposition of cities have on their inhabitants and urban infrastructure? What does it mean for building and living in this region? Which conditions can be established by regional planning policies and what impact do different models of company taxation have on settlement development?

Associate Professor of Landscape Architecture, Graduate School of Design, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA
Professor for Taxation and Ecological Economics, Environmental Campus Birkenfeld, University of Applied Sciences Trier, Birkenfeld
Head of Unit, Bavarian State Ministry for the Economy, Infrastructure, Transport and Technology, Munich
Professor for Urban Sociology, Institute of Sociology, Chemnitz University of Technology, Chemnitz
Editor-in-Chief, NZZ Chair

Prof. Pierre BELANGER

Associate Professor of Landscape Architecture, Graduate School of Design, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA

2009-2014 Associate Professor of Landscape Architecture, Harvard Graduate School of Design, US
2001-2009 Assistant Professor of Landscape Architecture, University of Toronto, Canada

Prof.Dr. MBA Dirk LÖHR

Professor for Taxation and Ecological Economics, Environmental Campus Birkenfeld, University of Applied Sciences Trier, Birkenfeld

 Full-time profession:
1992-1995 Financial Manager, IFA Hotel & Touristik AG, Duisburg
1995-1997 Chief Department Manager, Deutsche Bahn AG, Frankfurt
1997-2001 Professor for Accounting and Taxation, ECB - Environmental Campus Birkenfeld
2001-2002 Visiting Professor (economics), University Cottbus
since 2003 Professor for Taxation and Ecological Economics, Trier University of Applied Sciences, ECB - Environmental Campus Birkenfeld
 Side-jobs:
since 2001 Tax Advisor, Schlatter, Heidelberg
since 2006 Member of the Real Estate Assessment Board, Birkenfeld
since 2005 Lecturer, Sprengnetter Academy, Real Estate Assessment, Sinzig
2009-2012 Consultant, GIZ - German international Cooperation, Phnom Pen

Dr. Karl SCHUMACHER

Head of Unit, Bavarian State Ministry for the Economy, Infrastructure, Transport and Technology, Munich

1992-1994 Junior Lawyer, Higher Regional Court, Nuremberg
1995-2000 State Consultant, Bavarian State Ministry for Economic Affairs, Transport and Technology, Munich
2000-2001 General Secretary, Business Incubator for New Media, Unterföhring
2001-2005 Minister´s Personal Advisor, Bavarian State Ministry for Economic Affairs, Infrastructure, Transport and Technology, Munich
2006-2009 Head of Unit "Research and Development", Bavarian State Ministry for Economic Affairs, Infrastructure, Transport and Technology, Munich
since 2009 Head of Unit "Spatial Law and Settlement Structure", Bavarian State Ministry for Economic Affairs, Infrastructure, Transport and Technology, Munich

Dr. Christine WEISKE

Professor for Urban Sociology, Institute of Sociology, Chemnitz University of Technology, Chemnitz

1980-1992 wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin an der HAB Weimar (heute Bauhaus Universität im Bereich der Stadt- und Regionalsoziologie)
1984 Promotion in Kultursoziologie an der Universität Jena
1990 Habilitation in Wissenschaftstheorie und -geschichte an der Universität Halle
1992-1994 wiss. Mitarbeiterin in der Fakultät Raumplanung der Universität Dortmund
seit 1994 Professorin für Soziologie des Raumes am Institut für Soziologie and der TU Chemnitz

Mag.Jur. Anita ZIELINA

Editor-in-Chief, NZZ

2004-2008 Reporter Politics & Education, derStandard.at, Vienna
2008-2011 Editor Politics & Education, derStandard.at, Vienna
since 2008 Trainer & Consultant, Vienna
2009-2011 Lecturer, University of Applied Sciences Vienna
2011-2012 Knight Fellow, Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA

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