Wednesday, 14 April 2021 16:19

Dr Alexandra Avdeenko

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We are pleased to announce and continue our Research Seminar Series.

Join our 14th Virtual Research Seminar on Friday, April 16, 2021 at 15:00 Tashkent time.

Dr. Alexandra Avdeenko is the Research Director at C4ED. Before C4ED, she worked at the Socio-Economic Panel Study and the International Economics Department at German Institute for Economic Research (DIW Berlin), as a consultant for the Development Impact Evaluation Research Group at the World Bank and as a PostDoc at the University of Mannheim. Formerly, she was also Professor of Economics at the University of Applied Labor Studies, Mannheim. As a Principal Investigator, she has designed and conducted numerous impact evaluations and data collections, among others in Azerbaijan, Ethiopia, India, Indonesia, Montenegro, Sudan, Pakistan, and the Philippines. She worked with implementing partners such as UNICEF, FAO, ACTED, ILO, NRSP, the World Bank and governments in the respective countries. Her work has been published in the American Political Science Review (awarded Best Article in African Politics in 2015 by the American Political Science Association), the World Bank Research Observer and the European Economic Review, amongst others. She is an academic referee for numerous leading academic journals and implementing agencies. She graduated from the Berlin School of Economics, receiving her PhD in Economics from the University of Hamburg.

Dr. Alexandra Avdeenko, will present “How Important are Firm Visits for High School Students? Evidence from a Randomized-Control Trial”.

Join the seminar, link for participation:
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83554699659?pwd=Z0JMb2loYUROVW5qODM4YW5QS3pidz09 
Meeting ID: 835 5469 9659
Passcode: 280095

Research Seminars are a place where faculty and research assistants share completed research and work in progress. They receive valuable feedback to strengthen their research preparing them for conference presentations and publications. On occasion, visiting researchers from outside the University share their work. Research Seminars are open to public.

We hope to see you on Friday.

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