Florian Anselm Münch
- © TU Berlin
Technische Universität Berlin
Chair of Innovation Economics
Secr. MAR 2 - 5
Room: MAR 2.036
Consulting times: by arrangement
My research focus lies at the intersection of industrial and innovation economics, development economics and public economics. Specifically, I am interested in the use of experimental and quasi-experimental statistical methods to estimate the impact of public policy, in particular industrial policy, on sustainable development. Current research projects relate to export promotion and quality upgrading of SMEs in Tunisia, public auctions for solar energy diffusion in India and public procurement in Costa Rica.
In case you are interested to write a Bachelor or Master thesis on any of the above topics or a similar topic, please don't hesitate to contact me.
- MSc International Political Economy, London School of Economics, 2016-2017, Dissertation: “India’s External Economic Liberalization & the Politics of Public Good Provision in Indian States” (Distinction)
- MSc International Economic Policy, Science Po Paris, 2015-2016
- BA Political Sciences, Sciene Po Paris, 2012-2014
- BSc Economics, Université de Lorraine, 2012-2014
- International Political Economy, Development Economics, Georgetown University, 2014-2015
- Consultancy, OECD SME Policy Index: Eastern Partnership Countries, Chapter "Market Access: Technical Regulation and Standards"
- Junior Researcher, German Development Institute (DIE), Postgraduate Program, 09/2017-Present
- Visiting Researcher, Center for Social Sciences & Humanities (CSH), New Delhi, 07/2016-08/2016
- Research Assistant, Georgetown University, Washington, D.C., 06/2015-08/2015
- "Sustainable public procurement as
a tool to foster sustainable development in Costa Rica" 
(2019), Deutsches Institut für Entwicklungspolitik, Chapter:
"Leveragging sustainable public procurement: Can SPP foster
firms' sustainability performance?".