Ariane is a doctoral researcher in Economics and Finance at The Open University Business School and has gained several years’ experience in the retail and wholesale sector as a Junior Manager. Her current research focuses on how financialisation takes place in daily life. Through conducting interviews with UK households, she explores the construction of household financial identity in the light of social and institutional surroundings.
Prior to being a research student at The Open University, Ariane started lecturing at the university in the last year of her M.A. studies in 2012. Since then she has been a lecturer at the HTW University of Applied Sciences as well as Berlin School of Economics and Law. Moreover, she gained experience as a Research Assistant for diverse research projects and as a Facilitator for online courses at The Open University.
Ariane holds a B.A. from Berlin School of Economics and Law and a Master’s degree in International Business from the HTW University of Applied Sciences. In 2015, Ariane completed her Master of Research at The Open University Business School.