© N. Hagemann


Dr. Nina Hagemann

Institute of Geography

Hülssebau, HÜL/O 264
Helmholtzstraße 10
01069 Dresden

Tel.+49 351 463-36060
Fax+49 351 463-37064


  • Governance and institutional analysis
  • Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services
  • European Common Agricultural Policy
  • Stakeholder engagement
  • Bartkowski, B., Bartke, S., Hagemann, N., Hansjürgens, B., Schröter-Schlaack, C. 2021. Application of the Governance Disruptions Framework to German agricultural soil policy. In: SOIL 7, 495–509. https://doi.org/10.5194/soil-7-495-2021
  • Sylla M., Hagemann N., Szewrański S. 2020. Mapping trade-offs and synergies among peri-urban ecosystem services to address spatial policy. In: Environmental Science and Policy 112: 79-90. doi.org/10.1016/j.envsci.2020.06.002
  • Hagemann, N., van der Zanden, E.H., Willaarts, B.A., Holzkämper, A., Volk, M., Rutz, C., Priess, J.A., Schönhart, M. 2020. Bringing the sharing-sparing debate down to the ground—Lessons learnt for participatory scenario development. In: Land Use Policy 91: e104262. doi.org/10.1016/j.landusepol.2019.104262.
  • Karner, K., Cord, A.F., Hagemann, N., Hernandez-Mora, N., Holzkamper, A., Jeangros, B., Lienhoop, N., Nitsch, H., Rivas, D., Schmid, E., Schulp, C.J.E., Strauch, M., van der Zanden, E.H., Volk, M., Willaarts, B., Zarrineh, N., Schonhart, M. 2019. Developing stakeholder-driven scenarios on land sharing and land sparing – Insights from five European case studies. In: Journal of Environmental Management 241: 488-500.
  • Dietze, V., Hagemann, N., Jürges, N., Bartke, S., Fürst, C. 2019. Farmers consideration of soil ecosystem services in agricultural management – A case study from Saxony, Germany. In: Land Use Policy 81: 813-824.
  • Schleyer, C., Hagemann, N., Rauchenecker, K. 2019. Governing wildlife commons. In: Hudson, B., Rosenbloom, J., Cole, D. (eds.), Routledge Handbook of the Study of the Commons. Abingdon: Routledge: 198 – 207.
  • Gawel, E., Purkus, A., Pannicke, N., Hagemann, N. 2018. A Governance Framework for a Sustainable Bioeconomy. Insights from the Case of the German Wood-based Bioeconomy, in: Leal, W., Pociovalisteanu, D.-M., Borges de Brito, P.R. and Borges de Lima, I. (Eds.), Towards a Sustainable Bioeconomy: Principles, Challenges and Perspectives. Springer: 517-537.
  • Singer-Brodowski, M., Grossmann, K., Bartke, S., Huning, S., Weinsziehr, T., Hagemann, N. 2018. Competency-oriented education for sustainable development: Lessons from five courses on energy poverty. In: International Journal of Higher Education 19(7): 1299-1316.
  • Juerges, N., Hagemann, N., Bartke, S. 2018: A tool to analyse instruments for soil governance: the REEL-framework. In: Journal of Environmental Policy and Planning 20(5): 617 – 631.
  • Bartke, S., Hagemann, N., Harries, N., Hauck, J., Bardos, P. 2018. Market potential of nanoremediation in Europe – Market drivers and interventions identified in a deliberative scenario approach. In: Science of The Total Environment 619-620: 1040-1048.
  • Gawel, E., Purkus, A., Pannicke, N., Hagemann, N. 2018. Herausforderungen einer nachhaltigen Bioökonomiepolitik. In: Ökologisches Wirtschaften 1/2018: 19- 20.
  • Purkus, A., Hagemann, N., Bedtke, N., Gawel, E. 2018. Towards a sustainable innovation system for the German wood-based bioeconomy: Implications for policy design. In: Journal of Cleaner Production 172: 3955-3968.
  • Hildebrandt, J., Hagemann, N., Thrän, D. 2017. The contribution of the ecological construction industries for leveraging a low carbon building sector. In: Sustainable Cities and Society 34: 405-418.
  • Hagemann, N., Kirschke, S. 2017. Key Issues of Interdisciplinary NEXUS Governance Analyses: Lessons Learned from Research on Integrated Water Resources Management. In: Resources 6(9).
  • Schröter-Schlaack, C., Hagemann, N., Hansjürgens, B. 2017. Das Konzept der Ökosystemleistungen. In: Krebs, R. Schulin, R. Egli, M. und Tobias, S. (Eds.), Bodenschutz in der Praxis. UTB Verlag: 71-81.

 since 12/2021: Postdoc at the Chair of Computational Landscape Ecology, TU Dresden

 since 02/2017: Postdoc at the Chair of Ecosystem Services, International Institute (IHI) Zittau, TU Dresden

 04/2012 – 11/2019: Research Fellow at the Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research – UFZ, Leipzig – Department of Economics

 2015: PhD at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Faculty of Life Sciences. Dissertation topic: “Understanding institutional persistence in Ukrainian water service provision sector

11/2008 – 03/2012: PhD-student at Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research – UFZ, Leipzig, Department of Economics

 02/2008 – 11/2008: Research Fellow at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Chair of Resource Economics

 08/2007 – 02/2008: Research Assistant at the Chair of Tropical Forestry, TU Dresden

  06/2007 – 12/2007: Research Fellow at the Universität Hamburg, FSP BIOGUM/ FG Agriculture

 ➝ 2000 – 2007: Study of Political Sciences at the Universität Hamburg and the Universität Würzburg, graduated as Master of Arts (M.A.). Master´s thesis: “The agricultural negotiations within the framework of the WTO-ministerial conference 2003 in Cancún.

ECO²SCAPE Co-design of ecologically and economically efficient policy instruments and measures for conserving biodiversity and ecosystem services in cultural landscapes. Funded by the BMBF within the framework of the  “Research Initiative for the Conservation of Biodiversity” (16LW0079K, 01.10.2021 – 30.09.2024) –> Project website of ECO²SCAPE