Melina Stein is working as a research assistant at ISOE. She is based in the research units Mobility and Urban Spaces and Energy and Climate Protection in Everyday Life. She studied sociology and political sciences at the Johannes Gutenberg University of Mainz where she focused on empirical social research and urban sociology. In her master thesis she investigated the local implementation of the UN Programme of Action for sustainable development ‘Agenda 21’ in Mainz. Here, she focused on the interpretation of the sustainability goals by municipal actors.
Focus of research
- Sustainable mobility
- Urban development
- Qualitative social research
- “LebensWert” – Development Management for Maintaining the Quality of Life in small towns Facing Demographic Change
- Homes-uP – Single Family Homes under Pressure?
- Mobile Living – Innovative Housing and Mobility Services
- Mobility Strategy for Hesse
- RoboCab – Autonomous vehicles for carsharing and taxi fleets
- Sharing-Concepts for a Multi-Optional Mobility System in Frankfurt-Rhine-Main