Ulrike Rohn is professor of media economics and management at the Baltic, Film, Media and Arts School (BFM). Ulrike serves as the president of the European Media Management Association (emma) and as co- editor of the Journal of Media Business Studies and the Central European Journal of Communication. Ulrike is also a member of the editorial board of Media Industries and a co-editor of the Springer Series in Media Industries. Previously, Ulrike worked at the Arcada University in Helsinki (Finland) and the University of Tartu (Estonia). Ulrike received her PhD in 2009 from the University of Jena, Germany. Her MA comes from the Freie University of Berlin. She has been a visiting researcher and lecturer at universities in the UK, Sweden, China, and Austria, and she has worked in media companies in Germany, Japan, India, and the US.Ulrike leads various national and international research projects on audiovisual industries, EU audiovisual policy, media entrepreneurship, and independent local media. Most prominently, she leads ScreenME. ScreenME is a Horizon2020/Twinning funded project to support screen media entrepreneurship research and teaching at Tallinn University and internationally.
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Select publicationsRohn, Ulrike; Evens, Tom (Eds., 2020). Media Management Matters: Challenges and Opportunities for Bridging Theory and Practice. New York: Routledge.
Rohn, Ulrike; Loeser, Henry (2020). Policy Alignment in the European Audiovisual Sector: A Small Market Perspective from Estonia. Journal of Digital Media and Policy, 11 (1), 7-28.
Rohn, Ulrike (2019). Industry Organization, Media Management and Media Economics. In: Alan Albarran (Ed.). A Research Agenda for Media Economics. Northampton, MA, USA: Edward Elgar Publishing, pp.144–158.
Rohn, Ulrike; Nylund, Mats (2018). The sharing economy: How sharing activities influence value creation in the TV audience market. International Journal of Digital Television, 9 (2), 147−165.