Marcel J. Dorsch is a researcher at the working group Governance. At MCC he works as a political scientist on multi-actor and multi-level climate governance.
His current research projects include:
- Narrative and governance of the Global Commons
- Concept of polycentric global climate governance
- Strategic transfers in the EU ETS policy process
- Processes of institutionalization in global climate governance, in particular from a public sphere theory perspective.
Marcel studied political science, sociology, pedagogy, psychology and philosophy in Würzburg and Paris, obtaining a master’s degree in political science and a Diploma degree in pedagogy (with distinction). Marcel was awarded with a scholarship from the Heinrich-Böll-Foundation and worked as a student assistant and tutor at the institute for political science and social research in Würzburg. In 2012 and 2013 he worked at the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) in the field of international cooperation with emerging economies.
Kowarsch, M., Garard, J., Riousset, P., Lenzi, D., Dorsch, M.J., Knopf, B., Harrs, J.-A. und Edenhofer, O. (2016): Scientific assessments to facilitate deliberative policy learning. Palgrace Communications 2.
Since 2016 Contributing author International Panel on Social Progress.
Dorsch, M.J. and Flachsland, C. The Increasing Contestation of the Global Climate Commons.
Dorsch, M.J. and Flachsland, C. Global Publics and their Commons? Challenging global resource claims in a multi-level world (2014 Working Paper).