Julia Margarete Puaschunder

Columbia University, USA

Julia Margarete Puaschunder is a highly accomplished scholar with a diverse academic background, holding degrees in Philosophy/Psychology, Business, Public Administration, Social and Economic Sciences, Natural Sciences, Global Political Economy and Finance, Law, and Economics. With over 20 years of experience in applied social sciences empirical research on an international scale, she has undertaken projects and contributed to various entities globally. Julia's extensive list of affiliations includes advisory roles, board memberships, evaluations, and contributions to prestigious organizations such as the European Commission, World Economic Forum, Harvard University, and many more. She has actively participated in conferences, served as a speaker, and advised on topics related to Artificial Intelligence, robotics, big data, and environmental justice. As a behavioral economist, Julia has conducted groundbreaking research, published in renowned outlets affiliated with Harvard University, Columbia University, Cambridge University, and Oxford University. Her work has been recognized globally, and she has been nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize for her contributions to climate justice. Julia Puaschunder has held positions at esteemed institutions such as the University of Vienna, Vienna University of Economics and Business, and Harvard University. Her commitment to science diplomacy is evident in her roles as a scholar at various institutions worldwide, fostering cooperation in research and advancing science diplomacy initiatives. In addition to her academic pursuits, Julia has organized conferences, served on scientific committees, and played a key role in initiatives addressing climate change and intergenerational equity. Her dedication to research on climate change includes modeling to mitigate the economic impact of global warming through redistribution. Recognized as one of the top professionals globally, Julia Puaschunder has received awards such as the Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award and was nominated for an Outstanding Leadership Award. Her influential work on climate justice has been cited by MIT and Nature and nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize .