Dr. Merle Kreibaum

Research Interests:

(Post-) Conflict Development, Fragile States, Impact Evaluation, Aid Effectiveness

Projects:

  • Missing Men: Differential Effects of War and Socialism on Female
    Labour Force Participation in Vietnam (Discussion Paper, with Stephan Klasen)
  • Weapons of Choice - Violent Behaviour of Political Groups (Discussion Paper, with Axel Dreher)

  • Refereed Publications:

  • Their Suffering, Our Burden? How Congolese Refugees Affect the Ugandan Population - published in World Development Vol. 78
    - Discussion Paper

  • Disaggregating state fragility: a method to establish a multidimensional empirical typology (with Jörn Grävingholt and Sebastian Ziaja)
    - published in Third World Quarterly Vol. 36(7)
    - Discussion Paper

  • Other Publications:

  • "We are all from Kyaka" - Chances and challenges of the local integration of refugees in Uganda , with Steffen Lohmann, Development and Cooperation, June 2015

  • Conferences/ Workshops:

  • 2015 Annual Conference of the International Association for Feminist Economics in Berlin
  • International Conference on Globalization and Development 2015 in Göttingen
  • Centre for the Studies of African Economies (CSAE) Conference 2015 in Oxford
  • PEGNet Conference 2014 in Lusaka
  • German Economic Association's Research Group on Development Economics Conference 2014 in Passau
  • Annual Bank Conference on Africa 2014 in Paris
  • Royal Economic Society Conference 2014 in Manchester
  • Centre for the Studies of African Economies (CSAE) Conference 2014 in Oxford
  • 9th Annual Households in Conflict Network Workshop 2013 in Berkeley
  • 8th Annual Households in Conflict Network Workshop 2012 in Aix-en-Provence
  • German Economic Association Annual Conference 2012 in Göttingen
  • German Economic Association Research Group on Development Economics Conference 2012 in Bonn

  • Affiliations:

  • Research Training Group 1723 „Globalization and Development“
  • Households in Conflict Network

  • Teaching:

  • Development Economics I (Master level)
  • European Economic Policy (Master level)
  • Gender and Development (Master level)
  • Microeconomics I (Bachelor level)
  • Bachelor's and Master's dissertations

  • Curriculum Vitae