Chair of Development Economics / Centre for Modern Indian Studies (CeMIS)
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Prof. Dr. Sebastian Vollmer

Center for Modern Indian Studies
Waldweg 26, Altbau
Raum 1.117
37073 Göttingen

Department of Economics
Platz der Göttinger Sieben 3
Raum 2.147
37073 Göttingen

Tel. +49 (0)551 / 39-8170
Fax +49 (0)551 / 39-20417

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  • Next office hours:
    7.12. 12-13 (Oec)
    14.12. 12-13 (Waldweg)
    24.1. 16-17 (Oec)
    31.1. 16-17 (Waldweg)



    Teaching Winter Term 2016/17

    Selected Media Coverage

    Working in International Development: Impact, Diffusion and Scaling-up of a Comprehensive Land Use Planning Approach in the Philippines

    The lecture series Working in International Development - Field Experiences from Practitioners targets students from Public Health PracticeDevelopment Economics, International Economics and students from other fields that seek a closer look at international development cooperation. By using specific projects in developing countries as examples, the lecture series offers unique insights into the entire project work of development cooperation, including the initiation of projects, their implementation in the field, as well as their evaluation. Interested audience is thus given the opportunity to take a closer step towards the professional field of international development cooperation and the thematic and methodological discussions involved.

    Upcoming event:

    On December 13, 4 p.m. in room Oec. 1.162 Leah F. Bohle from Swiss TPH (Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute) will give a speech on the topic of "Public Health in Practice - A Glance behind the Curtains".
    Further events.

    Evaluation of the impact of a new general hospital in Managua, Nicaragua

    In developing countries, high population growth and rural-urban migration put considerable pressure on existing urban health infrastructure and human resources.Hospital Premature Unit This is the case of Managua, the capital of Nicaragua, where, for the first time in 32 years, a new general hospital is being built and equipped with funding from the Nicaraguan government, the Inter-America Development Bank, and the government of the Netherlands.

    A team of researchers from Georg-August University of Göttingen and the Erasmus University of Rotterdam will conduct an independent study on the impact evaluation of the new hospital on the local population. The team from Göttingen will focus on the quantitative impacts on the health and socio-economic status of the residents of Managua, in particular those living in the areas surrounding the new hospital.
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    Evaluating the Impact of Safe Childbirth Checklists on the Quality of Care and Birth Outcomes in (Public) Health Facilities

    Despite a global commitment and remarkable achievements to improve maternal and neonatal mortality, 800 women and 7700 newborns die each day from complications during pregnancy, childbirth, and in the postnatal period.Indonesia_1 In response to this continuous challenge, the World Health Organization (WHO) has developed a Safe Childbirth Checklist (SCC) to support the delivery of essential maternal and perinatal care practices and address the major causes of maternal and neonatal deaths. The checklist is a simple tool to help health-­care workers provide high quality care during birth-­ from the time the woman is admitted, through childbirth, until the woman and baby are safely discharged. The SCC is currently being implemented in several countries, such as India, Pakistan and Indonesia.
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