Anna Charlotta Kronvall
Research Associate | Politics and Planning

Anna Kronvall has been a research associate in the Research Area “Politics and Planning” since July 2022. She takes part in the lead project “Conflicts in Planning: Major Projects and their Potential for Institutional Change”.

Anna obtained a Master of Arts in “National and International Administration and Policy” at the University of Potsdam in 2022. During her studies, she worked as a research assistant at EIT Climate-KIC, Europe’s largest public-private innovation partnership for climate protection. She was also an intern at the Swedish Embassy in Berlin and at the Swedish Environmental Protection Agency in Stockholm, where she wrote policy recommendations on green infrastructure and ecosystem services.

In her master thesis, Anna examined capacity-building for transformative climate governance in small municipalities in Sweden. For her bachelor thesis in Social Anthropology, she did an ethnographic study of the Repair Café movement in Berlin, analysing its efforts to combat throw-away-society.


Ongoing Lead Projects

The project examines large-scale projects as profound disruptions that shake the well-rehearsed routines of institutions and can lead to institutional change. The project examines the large-scale project of the Tesla settlement in comparison to other case studies with regard to disruptive effects on policy and planning and thus tests the transferability of the term disruption to policy and planning research. more info