About me

 

 

 

 

 

I’m a consultant, researcher & project manager in international development cooperation. The link between conserving biodiversity and supporting people’s livelihoods and regional economies is at the core of my work: my areas of expertise are natural resources management with a focus on nature conservation and protected area management, and regional economic development with a focus on sustainable tourism.

 

 

Dr. rer. nat. Julius Arnegger, Dipl.-Wirtsch.Geogr.

Born in 1980 in Freiburg, Germany

 

 

Current Position

Consultant

Natural Resources Management & Environment

GFA Consulting Group GmbH

Hamburg, Germany

 

 

Previous positions

2012-2015

Principal Advisor

(Integrated Expert, German International Cooperation GIZ-CIM)

Research and Development Department

Azerbaijan Tourism and Management University (previously: Azerbaijan Tourism Institute), Baku, Azerbaijan

 

2008-2011

Researcher, lecturer

Institute of Geography

JMU Würzburg, Germany

 

2007-2008

Researcher

Institute of Economic Geography

LMU Munich

 

 

I'm interested in the following topics in consulting and research:

Tourism, especially ecotourism

Protected area management and sustainable use of natural resources

Sustainable Development

Regional Economics

Image and marketing of destinations

 

Member of the World Commission on Protected Areas (IUCN WCPA)

 

 

Education

PhD project "Protected Areas, the Tourist Bubble and Regional Economic Development. Two Case Studies from Mexico and Morocco."

Advisor: Univ.-Prof. Dr. Hubert Job, JMU Würzburg

Doctor's degree received Feb 2014

 

2001-2007

Studies in Economic Geography at LMU Munich and UAM Madrid

2007 LMU Munich: Diplom (equ. to MSc.) in Economic Geography

 

 

 


10.09.2018