Dr. Ramona Rischke was a GlobalFood member from 2011-2014. The information on this site reflects the status at the point of leaving GlobalFood.

Occupation after leaving GlobalFood

Research Associate and Head of Junior Research Group at BIM (Berliner Institute for empirical Migration and Integration Research).
Link to profile at BIM

Link to profile as Post-doctoral researcher, Chair Prof. Klasen, University of Göttingen


Ramona Rischke

Former Position

Research Associate

Academic background

MA International Economics, University of Göttingen, Specialization: Development Economics


B3: Drives and implications of nutrition transition in developing countries.
Supervisor: Prof. Stephan Klasen, PhD, Chair of Development Economics

Publications related to GlobalFood

  • Debela, B.L., Demmler, K., Rischke, R. and Qaim, M. (2017). Maternal nutrition knowledge and child nutritional outcomes in urban Kenya. Appetite116, 518-526.
  • Minos, D., Butzlaff, I., Demmler, K.M. and Rischke, R. (2016). Economic Growth, Climate Change and Obesity. Current Obesity Reports 5 (4), 441-448.
  • Rischke, R., S.C. Kimenju, S. Klasen, M. Qaim (2015). Supermarkets and food consumption patterns: The case of small towns in Kenya. Food Policy 52, 9-21.
  • Harttgen, K., S. Klasen, R. Rischke (2015). Analyzing nutritional impacts of price and income related shocks in Malawi: Simulating Household Entitlements to Food. Food Policy (in press ).
  • Rischke, R. (2014). Issues on food security and the nutrition transition in developing countries. PhD thesis, Faculty of Economic Sciences, University of Göttingen.
  • Rischke, R., S.C. Kimenju, M. Qaim, S. Klasen (2014). Supermarkets and the nutrition transition in Kenya. GlobalFood Discussion Paper 29. http://www.uni-goettingen.de/de/213486.html.
  • Qaim, M., C.I.M. Andersson, C.G.K. Chege, S.C. Kimenju, S. Klasen, R. Rischke (2014). Nutrition effects of the supermarket revolution on urban consumers and smallholder farmers in Kenya. GlobalFood Discussion Paper 40. http://www.uni-goettingen.de/de/213486.html.

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