Born in 1959, sociologist (Ph.D.) Alexander Dill led the software company www.internetkloster.com for 10 years.
He discovered the social significance of freeware and began to research on free goods. In 1997 he was awarded with
the German Public Relations Award „Goldene Brücke“ for the JCI project“How to promote Germany“.
In 2006 he achieved the E-Business and E-Government Award of the Country of Salzburg, Austria.
In July 2009 he founded the Basel Institute of Commons and Economics in Basel. Since the founding of the company, he serves as a director.
Shah Saquib is of Bangladesh origin and studied information technology at the Technical University of Munich, Germany. He is specialized in developing and administrating the online and mobile tools to conduct the Social Capital Assessment.
Born in 1968, mathematical economist (Ph.D.) Pahlaj Moolio currently serves as a professor for statistics and mathematics, and as an associate dean at the Faculty of Business and Economics of the Pannasastra University of Cambodia in Phnom Penh. The experienced advisor served as a member of the board of trustees of Santitham Education and Development Foundation in Thailand (2003 – 2008). In 2013 he co-authored a book “Optimization and Social Welfare in Economics“. In 2016 he started the Social Capital Assessment in Cambodia. An English interview with Pahlaj Moolio on Social Capital can be found here.
Professor h.c. Dr. Horst Teltschik studied Political Science. He served as an international political advisor for the German chancellor Dr. Helmut Kohl. Among his positions he was a director of the Bertelsmann Foundation and
Executive Board of the BMW AG.The experienced advisor is member of the board of trustees of the German
Konrad Adenauer Foundation and of the commisson for the reunification of both Koreas.
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