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Simon Micken, born in 1991, studied social sciences (B.Sc.) and sociology and empirical social research (Sociology and Social Research, M.Sc.) at the Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences at the University of Cologne.

Since February 2018, Simon Micken has been doing his doctorate at the Seminar for Cooperative Studies on corporate cultures of cooperative banks in the context of merger processes. The doctoral project, which is funded by the Verein zur Förderung der genossenschaftswissenschaftlichen Forschung an der Universität zu Köln e.V. (FgF), focuses on the possibilities and limits of empirical-quantitative analyses of corporate cultures.

In addition, Simon Micken has been a lecturer in the Sustainable Social Policy (B.A.) programme at the chair of Prof. Dr Remi Maier-Rigaud at Bonn-Rhein-Sieg University of Applied Sciences (HBRS) since the 2017/18 winter semester.

As the successor to Dr Ingrid Schmale, Simon Micken is also the contact person for FgF matters at the chair of Prof Dr Frank Schulz-Nieswandt.