Paula von Haaren
||Room: SAI 130.01.18
Tel: +49 (0)6221 54-15283
Office hours: by appointment
Paula von Haaren studied Economics at the University of Heidelberg and Development Economics at Göttingen University. During her studies, she worked as a student assistant for both universities and the Courant research center for Poverty, Inequality and Growth. Moreover, she completed internships at the UN Research Center for Justice and Crime and the KfW Development bank. Ms. von Haaren gained first experiences in South Asia while conducting primary data collection for her master thesis in Bihar, India. Her primary research interests lie in women empowerment, social capital, poverty, inequality, cash transfers and policy evaluation.
Ms. von Haaren works as research assistant and pursues her PhD at the department of Development Economics at the South Asia Institute.
von Haaren, Paula & Klonner, Stefan (2021). Lessons learned? Intended and unintended effects of India´s second-generation maternal cash transfer scheme. Health Economics download.
Previous version (working paper): von Haaren, Paula & Klonner, Stefan (2020). Maternal cash for better child health? The impacts of India's IGMSY/PMMVY maternity benefit scheme, Alfred-Weber Institute Discussion Papers, Heidelberg University, No. 689 - download
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