Regina Lenz, Dipl.-Geogr. / M.A.
Regina Lenz has been part of the Department for Economic and Social Geography since October 2013. She has studied Geography and English Literature and Philology as majors, and History and Economics as minors. During her studies, she has worked at a business development agency and has completed internships in development cooperation and international site selection. In her diploma thesis, Regina has analysed the application of the so-called
Nucleus Approach in a project aiming at the promotion of small and medium-sized enterprises of Bangladesh’s tannery sector.
Regina Lenz is interested in the relationship between institutions and regional development. Her current research focuses on processes of institutional change and their regional specificity, using the example of enterprise succession in family enterprises in Baden-Württemberg and the Spanish Basque Country.