Vera Z. Eichenauer
- International Political Economy
- The Financing of International Organizations
- Economic Development
- Development Cooperation: Effectiveness and Allocation
- The Economics of Natural Disasters
The Rise of Multi-bi Aid and the Proliferation of Trust Funds (with Bernhard Reinsberg and Katharina Michaelowa). 2015. Handbook on the Economics of Foreign Aid, edited by B.M. Avin & B. Lew. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. On Google Books.
What Determines Earmarked Funding to International Development Organizations? Evidence from the New Multi-bi Aid Dataset (with Bernhard Reinsberg). AidData Working Paper 25, April 2016.
Poverty and Policy Selectivity of World Bank trust funds, World Bank Policy Research Working Paper WPS7731 (with Stephen Knack). 2016.
Work in progress
Towards a Harmonious World? The Effects of Chinese Economic Activities on Individual Attitudes towards China in Latin America (with Andreas Fuchs and Lutz Brückner)
The Role of the Indian Diaspora in Aid Allocation and Aid Effectiveness (with Gerda Asmus, Andreas Fuchs and Bradley Parks)
"Bilateralizing" Multilateral Aid? Aid Allocation by World Bank Trust Funds (with Stephen Knack), prepared for the workshop "The proliferation of multilateral funds", Zurich, October 2015.
Neither Use It Nor Lose It? The Impact of National Budget Cycles on Expenditures
Short articles and other publication
Trust Funds: DAC Donors Contribute, Most non-DAC Donors Don't, Blog Post on First Tranche by AidData. Presented at the workshop "South-South Development Cooperation: Chances and Challenges for the International Aid Architecture" as Trust fund aid from non-DAC countries: where does it go?
Foreign Aid and Growth: New Evidence, Blog Post on VoxEU.
Conference and workshop organization
Workshop, Geospatial Analysis of Disasters: Measuring Welfare Impacts of Emergency Relief, sponsored by AidData (July 2016)
Workshop, The Proliferation of Multilateral Funds, sponsored by the Swiss Network for International Studies (October 2014)
Chair of the Program Committee of the Spring Meeting of Young Economists 2016 in Lisbon
Multi-bi aid data set (Vera Eichenauer & Bernhard Reinsberg 2015).
- Codebook: Multi-bi aid: Tracking the evolution of earmarked funding to international development organizations from 1990 to 2012
- Data: please request our data by e-mail from firstname.lastname@example.org
- Papers and more information about multi-bi aid are assembled here
- American Political Science Review
- European Journal of Political Economy
- Review of International Organizations
- Perspectives on Global Development and Technology
Board and committee memberships
Scientific Committee of the Academia Engelberg Foundation, 2014 -
Member of the Board of the Academia Engelberg Foundation, 2016 -
Member of the Board of the European Association of Young Economists (EAYE), 2016 -
April 2014: Research stay at the World Bank, Washington DC, United States. Invited by Stephen Knack.
Political Economy of International Organizations Conference (PEIO), Salt Lake City, UT, United States (01/2016), "What determines earmarked funding to international development organizations? Evidence from the new multi-bi aid dataset"
Spring Meeting of Young Economists, Lisbon, Portugal (04/2016), Towards a Harmonious World? The Effects of Chinese Economic Activities on Individual Attitudes towards China in Latin America
Ausschuss für Entwicklungsländer des Vereins für Socialpolitik, Heidelberg, Germany (06/2016) Towards a Harmonious World? The Effects of Chinese Economic Activities on Individual Attitudes towards China in Latin America
Workshop "Resourcing International Organisations", Munich, Germany (06/2016), "Neither Use It Nor Lose It? The Impact of National Budget Cycles on Expenditures"
Workshop "Beyond Basic Questions", Salzburg, Austria (07/2016), "Neither Use It Nor Lose It? The Impact of National Budget Cycles on Expenditures"
Winter term 2014/2015
Winter term 2013/2014
Summer term 2013
Winter term 2012/2013