Chair of Development Economics (Prof. Fuchs)
Since September 2019, Prof. Dr. Andreas Fuchs is the new Professor of Development Economics at the Georg-August-Universität Göttingen. The chair investigates issues of development economics relevant to economic and development policy from a political economic perspective and with quantitative methods. The research focuses on international development, trade and investment policy with a special focus on emerging economies, especially China. In addition, the chair deals with the political economy of natural disasters, conflicts, migration and international organizations. The chair works with statistical-econometric methods and georeferenced data. Further information about the professorship holder can be found at www.andreas-fuchs.net.
Development Economics Poster Workshop
In the context of professor Stephan Klasen's Farewell Lecture at the University of Göttingen on November 16, 2019, we organize a workshop that brings together some of Stephan Klasen's former international Ph.D. students with the current research group in Development Economics at the University of Göttingen. The workshop will take place on Friday, November 15, 2019, from 16:00 to 18:00, at Oeconomicum (room 1.163). For further information please read the program.