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I grew up close to Frankfurt a. M. in Germany. After finishing school I worked for 13 months in Chiapas, Mexico, for a human rights organizations. I then studied Economics, Law and Social Sciences at the University of Erfurt, Germany, and worked for an organization supporting social projects in Latin America. After my graduation in 2012 I worked as a consultant for the KfW Development Bank. Since May 2013 I am a research assistant and PhD candidate at the Institute for Institutional and Innovation Economics (iino) at Bremen University. My research interests include questions of economic and human development, the emergence and persistence of poverty traps and the methodological foundations of agent-based computational economics.
graebnerc (at) uni-bremen.de