Anselm Dannecker’s does research and works with practitioners in the fields of conflict resolution and complex multistakeholder negotiations with a particular focus on climate negotiations and European politics. Dannecker has trained and consulted clients from various sectors, including European legislators and international climate NGOs, he is teaching at Northeastern University and in Executive Education programs at the Harvard Kennedy School. As a coach, Dannecker has worked with individuals in targeted one-on-one settings on understanding default behavioral patterns in negotiation settings and improving their negotiation performance.
Dannecker’s prior career has spanned entrepreneurship and public service. He has co-founded a payments venture, has served as an Economist and as an Adviser to the CEO at IFC, has advanced international financial policy working at the German central bank and has designed policy as an economic adviser for the Green Group in the German Parliament. Dannecker holds a Master’s in Public Administration (MPA) from Harvard Kennedy School, where he had been studying as a McCloy Fellow. He holds a Master’s in Science (MSc, International Political Economy) from the London School of Economics and a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Philosophy & Economics from Bayreuth University.
Event: Why is making progress so hard? An interactive intro to Climate & Negotiations (October 28)