Bio and publicationsKrisztina Kis-Katos joined the University of Göttingen as professor for International Economic Policy in July 2016.
She studied Economics in Szeged and Konstanz, attended the Swiss Doctoral Program at the Study Center Gerzensee, and received her doctoral degree in Economics in 2010 at the University of Freiburg in Germany.
Her research interests lie in the fields of applied development economics, political economy and applied microeconometrics. Her recent research projects focus on the effects of globalization on regional development, on the economics of conflict as well as on the effects of politics on public outcomes.
Current memberships and affiliations
IZA research fellow (Institute for the Study of Labor);
Editorial board member of the European Journal of Political Economy
Member of the Development economics group of Verein für Socialpolitik;
Member of the Scientific Advisory Council of IfW, The Kiel Institute for the World Economy
Articles in refereed journals
Krisztina Kis-Katos and Bambang S. Sjahrir (2017): "The impact of fiscal and political decentralization on local public investment in Indonesia", Journal of Comparative Economics, Doi:/10.1016/j.jce.2017.03.003.
Krisztina Kis-Katos and Robert Sparrow (2015): Poverty, Labour Markets and Trade Liberalization in Indonesia, Journal of Development Economics, 117: 94-106.
Jan Börner, Krisztina Kis-Katos, Jorge Hargrave and Konstantin König (2015): Post-Crackdown Effectiveness of Field-Based Forest Law Enforcement in the Brazilian Amazon, PLoS ONE, 10(4): e0121544.
Krisztina Kis-Katos, Helge Liebert and Günther G. Schulze (2014): On the Heterogeneity of Terror, European Economic Review, 68: 116-136.
Bambang Suharnoko Sjahrir, Krisztina Kis-Katos and Günther G. Schulze (2014): Administrative Overspending in Indonesian Districts: The Role of Local Politics, World Development, 59: 166-183.
Bambang Suharnoko Sjahrir, Krisztina Kis-Katos and Günther G. Schulze (2013): Political Budget Cycles in Indonesia at the District Level, Economics Letters, 120 (2): 342-345.
Jorge Hargrave and Krisztina Kis-Katos (2013): Economic Causes of Deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon: A Panel Data Analysis for the 2000s, Environmental and Resource Economics, 54 (4): 471-494.
Krisztina Kis-Katos (2012): Gender Differences in Work-Schooling Decisions in Rural North India, Review of Economics of the Household, 10 (4): 491-519.
Krisztina Kis-Katos, Helge Liebert and Günther G. Schulze (2011): On the Origin of Domestic and International Terrorism, European Journal of Political Economy, 27 (Suppl.1): 17-36.
Krisztina Kis-Katos and Günther G. Schulze: (2011): Child Labour in Indonesian Small Industries, Journal of Development Studies, 47 (12): 1887-1908.
Krisztina Kis-Katos and Robert Sparrow (2011): Child Labor and Trade Liberalization in Indonesia, Journal of Human Resources, 46 (4): 722-749.
Mathias Czaika and Krisztina Kis-Katos (2009): Civil Conflict and Displacement - Village-level determinants of forced migration in Aceh, Journal of Peace Research, 46 (3): 399-418.
Krisztina Kis-Katos (2007): Does Globalization Reduce Child Labor?, Journal of International Trade and Economic Development, 19 (1): 71-92.
Articles in semirefereed journals and in collected volumes
Krisztina Kis-Katos and Günther G. Schulze (2014): Context-specificity of economic research: The example of corruption research in Southeast Asia, in Huotari, M., J. Rüland und J. Schlehe (eds.) Methodology and Research Practice in Southeast Asian Studies, London: Palgrave, August 2014, pp 187-210.
Krisztina Kis-Katos and Günther G. Schulze (2013): Corruption in Southeast Asia: a survey of recent research, Asian-Pacific Economic Literature, 27 (1): 79-109.
Krisztina Kis-Katos and Günther G. Schulze (2005): Regulation of Child Labor, Economic Affairs, 25 (3): 24-30. Reprinted in: Globalization and Free Trade ed. by Phillip Booth and Richard Wellings, Cheltenham/UK: Edward Elgar, chapter 23, 2009.
Krisztina Kis-Katos and Günther G. Schulze (2002): Labor Standards and International Trade, World Economics, 3 (4): 101-129.