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Jan Lodge, a PhD candidate at Cambridge Judge Business School, is named a member of the ThinkTank30 of the Club of Rome (Germany).

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Jan Lodge, a PhD candidate at Cambridge Judge Business School, was named a new member of ThinkTank30, the think tank of the Club of Rome (Germany), a group of people in their 30s who engage together on some of our most pressing social issues.

Jan Lodge, PhD candidate.
Jan Lodge, PhD candidate

The think tank founded in 2004 in Hamburg has a key focus on sustainability, and as an independent group it contributes to social debates and formulates recommendations for long-term politics through research, study and work.

Jan, who was born and raised in Germany, is a third-year PhD student in Organisational Theory at Cambridge Judge and he holds an MPhil degree in Innovation, Strategy & Organisation from the University of Cambridge.

He recently published an article on The Conversation website based on his research on prisoners, and how their experience in dealing with loneliness and isolation can be instructive in dealing with the coronavirus lockdown.