Dr. Nathalie Scholl

Research Associate


Research Interests:

  • Drivers, consequences, perceptions, and measurement of economic inequality
  • Trade
  • Panel data modeling


    Current Projects:

  • Re-estimating the Relationship between Inequality and Growth: The Role of Transition Countries
  • An index of Inter-Industry Wage Inquality: Trends, Comparisons, and Robustness


    Publications:

    Inequality - Worldwide Trends and Current Debates

    The Impact of Trade on Wage Inequality in Developing Countries: Technology vs. Comparative Advantage

    Re-estimating the Relationship between Inequality and Growth

    An Index of Inter-Industry Wage-Inequality: Trends, Comparisons, and Robustness


    Conferences & Workshops:

  • 01/2016 - Presentation at the 11th DSE Winter School on Inequality, Verona, Italy

  • 11/2015 - Presentation at the AEL Doctoral Workshop, Zürich, Switzerland

  • 07/2015 - Presentation at the 6th ECINEQ Conference, Luxembourg

  • 05/2015 - Presentation at the International Conference on Globalization and Development, Göttingen, Germany

  • 12/2014 - Presentation at the Indian Statistical Institute (ISI) annual conference, New Delhi, India

  • 09/2014 - Presentation at the AEL Doctoral Workshop, Göttingen, Germany

  • 07/2014 - Presentation at the International Conference of the Courant Research Center "Poverty, Equity, and Growth in Developing and Transition Countries", Göttingen, Germany

  • 03/2014 - Presentation at the Delhi School of Economics (DSE), Delhi, India.

  • 09/2010 - Participant at the "Economics, Finance, and Innovation" (EFI) PhD Summer School, University of Marburg, Germany



    Research Stays:

  • 12/2013 - 03/2014 - 4-Month Research Stay at the Delhi School of Economics (DSE), Delhi, India



    Affiliations:

  • Research Training Group 1723 "Gloablization and Development"



    Teaching:

  • Tutorial Poverty & Inequality (MA) (WS 2012/13, WS2013/14, WS 2014/15)
  • Tutorial Makroökonomie (BA) (SS 2013)

  • Tutorial European Economy (MA) (SS 2014, SS 2015)

  • Tutorial Empirical Trade Issues (MA) (WS 2015/16)

  • Supervision of BA- and MA- theses with a quantitative focus




    Curriculum Vitae