Martina Jordan, Dipl.-Volksw. (Master in Business Economics)
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Martina Jordan worked as a research assistant until February 2013 for the research project „Neoartisan, digital technology and the new role of the periphery in the global market for still and moving images (Argentina,Uruguay)“.
She studied economics with an emphasis on the Latin American economies at the Freie Universität Berlin and the Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú and deepened her knowledge of this region during several study and work stays in Mexico, Peru and Brazil. After her studies she worked for the ProCredit Holding in Frankfurt am Main, a banking group that has specialised in microcredits and other micro financial services in Africa, Latin America and Eastern Europe.
Martina Jordan is interested in the geographical reorganization of the creative industry in the context of digitization and the integration of peripheral creative centers into the global creative economy. In this context she deals with research topics such as cluster, temporary cluster and methods of the social network analysis.