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Simon Pohn-Weidinger

Senior Consultant

Tel.: +43 316 720 813-13
email: simon.pohn-weidinger@convelop.at

Bürgergasse 8-10/I
8010 Graz, Austria

Core competence

Economic background knowledge. Evaluations, calming influence.

Simon Pohn-Weidinger studied economics at the Vienna University of Economics and Business and wrote his thesis about value and capital theory. First working as a scientific staff member at the Research Centre Seibersdorf (Division of Technology Policy), he changed to JOANNEUM RESEARCH, Institute for Technology and Re-gional Policy, in 2001. He focussed his research on (regional) innovation as well as labour market policy. Since September 2005 he has been working with convelop as a scientific staff member, among other things in the fields of evaluation and analyses and reporting, in particular for research and technology policy issues.

At the moment, Simon Pohn-Weidinger is on educational leave.

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