Dr. Jan Priebe

Associate


  • Kurzer Lebenslauf

    • Seit 02/2022: Associate am GIGA Institut für Asien-Studien

    • 01/2018 - 01/2022: Research Fellow am GIGA Institut für Asien-Studien

    • 08/2016 - 12/2017: Dozent und Postdoktorand, Georg-August Universität Göttingen

    • 01/2015 - 07/2016: Senior Analyst, Weltbank (Jakarta, Indonesien)

    • 06/2012 - 12/2014: Senior Economist, TNP2K (Indonesiens Nationales Team zur Armutsreduzierung/Indonesien’s Vizepräsident) & Palladium (Jakarta, Indonesia)

    • 12/2011 - 05/2012: Senior Referent, Kreditanstalt für Wiederaufbau (KfW)

    • 06/2011 - 11/2011: Postdoktorand, Georg-August Universität Göttingen

    • 06/2009 - 10/2009: Lead Consultant für das Projekt “Offizielle Armutszahlen” in Sambia, DFID (Lusaka, Sambia und Göttingen)

    • Verschiedene andere Beratungstätigkeiten für BMZ, GIZ, HelpAge International, Unicef

    • Studium: Doktor der Wirtschaftswissenschaften, MA in Internationaler Volkswirtschaftslehre, BA in Volkswirtschaftslehre an der Georg-August Universität Göttingen

    • Ausland: 01/2009 - 03/2009 Delhi School of Economics (Forschung); 07/2004 - 12/2004 at Universidad Torcuato di Tella (Buenos Aires, Argentinien); 09/2012 - 03/2013 UC Irvine & UC Washington D.C., USA

    Aktuelle Forschung

    • Armut und Ungleichheit

    • Bildung und leistungsabhängige Bezahlung von Lehrern

    • Die sozialen Auswirkungen einer Behinderung

    • Diskriminierung in Arbeitsmärkten

    • Diskriminierung im Zugang zu Bildungsangeboten

    Länder und Regionen

    • Indonesien

    • Indien

    Forschungsschwerpunkte


    Mitgliedschaften

    • Research Group on Globalization and Development
    • European Development Network
    • American Economic Association
    • Verein für Socialpolitik

    Dr. Jan Priebe

    Associate

    jan.priebe@giga-hamburg.de

    Blogbeitrag | 08.2021

    Wie die AstraZeneca-Kontroverse die COVID-19 Impfempfehlungen von medizinischen Fachkräften beeinflusst

    Dr. Henning Silber

    Christoph Beuthner

    Dr. Steffen Pötzschke

    Dr. Bernd Weiß

    Dr. Jessica Daikeler

    Policy Research Working Paper | 08.2021

    Scores, Camera, Action: Social Accountability and Teacher Incentives in Remote Areas

    Arya Gaduh

    Menno Pradhan

    Dewi Susanti

    London School of Economics Covid-19 Blog | 06.2021

    How German Health Workers' views on Vaccine Safety can be swayed by the AstraZeneca Controversy

    Dr. Henning Silber

    Christoph Beuthner

    Dr. Steffen Pötzschke

    Dr. Bernd Weiß

    Dr. Jessica Daikeler

    Transitioning to Sustainability | 03.2021

    “Leave No One Behind” in Middle-Income Countries: A Review of Progress and Policies

    Prof. Dr. Jann Lay

    Lead Research Fellow / Leitung Forschungsschwerpunkt "Globalisierung und Entwicklung"

    Arbeitspapier | 08.2020

    Can Health-Information Campaigns Improve CCT Outcomes? Experimental Evidence from SMS-Nudges in Indonesia

    Dr. Friederike Lenel

    Ass. Prof. Dr. Elan Satriawan

    Ekki Syamsulhakim

    Forschungsprojekt | 01.10.2021 - 15.04.2022

    Investigating Supply & Demand Side Factors of a Massive Covid-19 Vaccination Drive: Experimental Evidence from Indonesia

    Indonesia is fighting one of the worst coronavirus outbreaks in Asia. On January 13, 2021, the country started one of the world’s biggest COVID-19 vaccination drives. The plan is to inoculate 181.5 million people – two third of the population – in 15 months using primarily the CoronaVac from China’s Sinovac Biotech. The vaccination campaign is ambitious and its success hinges on a number of supply and demand side factors which are subject to investigation in this project.
    DFG, 2021-2022

    Forschungsprojekt | 01.08.2019 - 31.12.2023

    Research Support to the Special Initiative on Training and Job Creation

    With the African population expected to double by 2050, 20 million new jobs are needed annually. The increasing importance of employment creation led the German Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) to establish the Special Initiative "Training and Job Creation“. The GIGA offers research support and advice to this initiative.
    BMZ, 2019-2023

    Forschungsprojekt | 01.01.2018 - 01.12.2021

    Community Empowerment and Teacher Performance Pay: Education in Indonesia

    The project implements randomized controlled trials in Indonesia's education sector. The objectives are to find suitable policy interventions that can contribute to raising student learning outcomes among the poor and disadvantaged communities in the country.
    The project is supported by multiple partners such as Indonesia's Ministry of Education, Ministry of Finance, the vice-president office (TNP2K), the World Bank, DFAT, and USAID; 2018-2021

    Vortragende:r | 29.09.2021

    Disability and risk preferences: Experimental and survey evidence from Vietnam

    Konferenz 29.09.2021

    Vortragende:r | 12.07.2021

    Can low-cost Information campaigns strengthen the impact of CCTs? Evidence from Indonesia's PKH

    Konferenz 12.07.2021

    Vortragende:r | 18.06.2021

    Reducing Teen Marriages through CCTs: Evidence from a Large-Scale Policy Intervention in Indonesia

    Kooperationsveranstaltung 18.06.2021

    Lehre | Universitas Tadulako | 2011

    Entwicklungsökonomie

    Universitas Tadulako Palu Indonesien

    Lehre | Bahir Dar University | 2011

    Land-, Kredit- und Versicherungsmärkte in Entwicklungsländern

    Bahir Dar University Amhara Äthiopien

    Lehre | Georg-August-Universität Göttingen | 2010

    Advanced Development Economics

    Georg-August-Universität Göttingen Göttingen Deutschland

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