Keno Haverkamp is a PhD student at the UCL Institute for Innovation and Public Purpose (IIPP).
Keno Haverkamp is a PhD candidate in innovation and public policy at IIPP, under the supervision of Dr Antonio Andreoni and Professor Rainer Kattel. His research focusses on Green Industrial Policies and the political economy thereof.
He is particularly interested in the manufacturing aspects of Germany’s Energiewende (energy transition) and the lessons to be learnt for development economics. His wider research interests include the political economy of development, structural change, innovation, premature deindustrialisation, and the role of the state in development.
Before joining IIPP, Keno worked as a Research Economist for the United Nations Industrial Development Organisation (UNIDO) in Vienna. He holds an MPhil in Development Studies from the University of Cambridge and a B.Sc. in International Business and Politics from the Copenhagen Business School.
Keno’s PhD is funded through a research project where he works for the OECD Observatory for Public Sector Innovation on challenge-driven innovation policies and organisations in Europe. As of 2021 he teaches in IIPP’s Master of Public Administration module Creative Bureaucracies and is coordinating IIPP’s Theory Reading Group.
- Journal articles
- Kattel, Rainer., Mazzucato, Mariana., Haverkamp, Keno. and Ryan-Collins, Josh. (2020). "Industriestrategie Der Nächsten Generation Für Deutschland." Wirtschaftsdienst 100.10: 757-62.
- Policy briefs/reports
- Kattel, R., Mazzucato, M., Haverkamp, K. and Ryan-Collins, J. (2020). Challenge-driven economic policy: A new framework for Germany. Forum for a New Economy, Working Paper No. 5, 2020.
- Haverkamp, K. and Clara, M. (2019). Four shades of deindustrialization. UNIDO Working Paper, Vienna
- Kattel R., Mazzucato, M., Haverkamp, K. and Ryan-Collins, J. (2020). A next generation industrial strategy for Germany.