Dr. Daniela BlaschkePolicy Fellow
Selected PublicationsBlaschke, Daniela (2020): Corporate Social Responsibility als Irritationsmanagement. Zugl.: Dissertation, Freie Universität Berlin, 2019. Wiesbaden: Springer Fachmedien.
Blaschke, Daniela (2019): Irritation und Resonanz in Netzwerken der Wirtschaft. In: Jan Fuhse und Karoline Krenn (Hg.): Netzwerke in gesellschaftlichen Feldern. Wiesbaden: VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften.
Blaschke, Daniela (2018): Editorial. In: Steg, Thomas (Hg.): Shift. Volkswagen Aktiengesellschaft, S.3. URL:
Blaschke, Daniela et al. (2014): Wahlkampf digital. Was Wählerinnen und Wähler suchen und was die Parteien anbieten. Berlin: B&S Siebenhaar Verlag.
This policy paper concludes the #Tech4Society innovation series, putting forward policy recommendations designed to ensure that technological change will not be an end in itself — and that actors from civil society, politics, business, and academia will be able to develop a European model of value creation based on co-creation instead.
How can a value-based approach to technological change promote economic, social, and ecological progress? How can the public and the private sector harness new technologies to boost innovation and provide social benefits to society at large? At the #Tech4Society Policy Paper Launch on 16 December 2020, we discussed these and other questions with Julia Borggräfe, Joanna Bryson, Thomas Ramge and Rasmus Rothe.
In this workshop, we sought to explore ways of how new technologies can address some of the key societal challenges in health and the world of work and discussed with participants solutions for providing the political framework for scaling up technologies that work for the benefit of society.
In this workshop, we explored what the future of government and a modern state may look like and how new technologies can empower citizens to foster trust, transparency, and social cohesion.
The paper shows how we can remain capable of acting in times of technological change. For this purpose, the authors have chosen a three-dimensional approach, which comprises society as a whole, the economic system as well as the individual.
Taking a value-based approach to technological transformation Innovation series #Tech4Society kicked off with a debate on value creation
How can new technologies work best for society? In partnership with a diverse consortium of partners from academia, civil society, the public and private sector, Das Progressive Zentrum launched the innovation series #Tech4Society. The kick-off event shed new light on value creation and technological change in modern economies. Continuing the series in 2020 with a series of workshops we will dive deep into developing concepts for economic, societal and individual progress through new tech.
Working Paper: Which Tech Does Society Need?
In their new Working Paper, Daniela Blaschke and Florian Ranft show how we, as a society, can stay capable of acting in times of technological change.
Find out, how new technologies can work best for society. We have some great experts and guests for you tonight!
A total of 16 outstanding progressive thinkers and practitioners will add to the intellectual life within the think-tank in our three programme areas “International Relations”, “Future of Democracy” and “Structural Change”, and elaborate on new thematic threads such as “Digital Democracy”, “Corporate Citizenship” and “Democratic Debate Culture”.