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Gregor Kungl

Dr.

Academic Staff Member
Institute for Social Sciences
Department of Organizational Sociology and Innovation Studies

Contact

+49 711 685 81020
+4971168581006

Seidenstr. 36
70174 Stuttgart
Deutschland
Room: 02.045

Office Hours

By appointment only

Subject

  • Environmental Sociology, Economic Sociology, Organizational Sociology, Science and Technology Studies
  • Incumbent enterprises and sustainability transition processes; capitalism and sustainability

Kungl, Gregor, 2021: Ein grüner Geist des Kapitalismus? Konturen einer neuen Wirtschaftsgesinnung. Stuttgarter Beiträge zur Organisations- und Innovationssoziologie 2021-01. Full Text

Kungl, Gregor / Hess, David J., 2021: Sustainability transitions and strategic action fields: A literature review and discussion. In: Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions 38, 22–33. ScienceDirect | Erratum

Kungl, Gregor, 2020: Die deutsche Energiewende: alte Konflikte in neuem Gewand? In: Politikum 6(2), 54-61

Kungl, Gregor, 2018: Die großen Stromkonzerne und die Energiewende. Frankfurt am Main: Campus.

Kungl, Gregor / Geels, Frank W. ,  2018: Sequence and alignment of external pressures in industry destabilisation: Understanding the downfall of incumbent utilities in the German energy transition (1998-2015). In: Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions (26), 78-100. ScienceDirect

Geels, Frank W. / Kern, Florian/Fuchs, Gerhard/Hinderer, Nele/Kungl, Gregor/Mylan, Josephine/Neukirch, Mario/Wassermann, Sandra, 2017: Die Realisierung soziotechnischer Transformationspfade: Eine reformulierte Typologie und eine vergleichende Mehrebenenanalyse der deutschen und britischen CO2-Reduzierungspolitik im Stromsektor (1990-2014). In: Schippl, Jens/Grunwald, Armin/Renn, Ortwin (Hg.): Die Energiewende verstehen – orientieren – gestalten. Erkenntnisse aus der Helmholtz-Allianz ENERGY-TRANS. Baden-Baden: Nomos, 53–112.

SOI Discussion Paper 2016-02
Kungl, Gregor/Geels, Frank W., 2016: The Destabilisation of the German Electricity Industry (1998-2015). Application and Extension of a Multi-dimensional Framework. Research Contributions to Organizational Sociology and Innovation Studies 2016-02. Full Text

Geels, Frank W. /Kern, Florian/Fuchs, Gerhard/Hinderer, Nele/Kungl, Gregor/Mylan, Josephine/Neukirch, Mario/Wassermann, Sandra, 2016: The enactment of socio-technical transition pathways: A reformulated typology and a comparative multi-level analysis of the German and UK low-carbon electricity transitions (1990-2014). In: Research Policy (45), 896-913. Full Text

Kungl, Gregor, 2015: Stewards or sticklers for change? Incumbent energy providers and the politics of the German energy transition. In: Energy Research & Social Science 8, 13–23. ScienceDirect

SOI Discussion Paper 2014-03
Kungl, Gregor, 2014: The Incumbent German Power Companies in a Changing Environment. A Comparison of E.ON, RWE, EnBW and Vattenfall from 1998 to 2013. Research Contributions to Organizational Sociology and Innovation Studies 2014-03. Full Text

SOI Discussion Paper 2012-02
Fuchs, Gerhard/Hinderer, Nele/Kungl, Gregor/Neukirch, Mario, 2012: Adaptive Capacities, Path Creation and Variants of Sectoral Change. The Case of the Transformation of the German Energy Supply System. Research Contributions to Organizational Sociology and Innovation Studies 2012-02. Full Text

Since April 2017
Research fellow at the Department of Organisational Sociology and Innovation Studies at the University of Stuttgart

January 2018: Doctorate in social sciences (Dr.rer.pol.). Evaluated with "summa cum laude"

April 2016 to March 2017
Promotion scholarship of the Reiner Lemoine foundation

April 2012 to March 2016
Promotion scholarship of the Helmholtz-Alliance ENERGY-TRANS "Future incrastructures for meeting energy demands. Towards sustainability and social compatibility"

June 2011
Master's degree in sociology, psychology and european ethnology at the University of Augsburg

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