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Katharina Walliczek

Year:
2010
Center:
Economics
Supervisor:

Katharina Walliczek studied Philosophy and Economics (B. A.) at the University of Bayreuth, including one semester at the Erasmus University of Rotterdam as Erasmus exchange student. She went to Berlin for the Master in Economics at the Humboldt University. Katharina entered the Center for Doctoral Studies in Economics at the University of Mannheim in 2010. 


Research interests

applied econometrics

labor economics

health economics


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Conferences

2015
Annual Conference of the European Society for Population Economics (ESPE)
Place: Izmir, Turkey

2015
18th IZA European Summer School in Labor Economic
Place: Buch am Ammersee, Germany

2014
Health Economics Seminar
Place: Rotterdam, Netherlands

2014
ZEW Summer School
Place: Mannheim, Germany
Paper: Disentangling Stress from Nutrition as Determinants of Long Run Economic and Health Outcomes

2013
Masterclass Anatomische Les with Prof. A. Deaton
Place: Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Paper: Exploiting spatial and temporal variation in nutrition at birth, using data on infant mortality and famines: a study of long-run health effects

2013
TEPP Conference on Research on Health and Labour
Place: Le Mans, France
Paper: Exploiting spatial and temporal variation in nutrition at birth, using data on infant mortality and famines: a study of long-run health effects

2013
European Association of Labor Economists
Place: Turin, Italy
Paper: Exploiting spatial and temporal variation in nutrition at birth, using data on infant mortality and famines: a study of long-run health effects

2013
European Society for Population Economics
Place: Aarhus, Denmark
Paper: Exploiting spatial and temporal variation in nutrition at birth, using data on infant mortality and famines: a study of long-run health effects

2013
European Economic Association and Econometric Society
Place: Gothenburg, Sweden
Paper: Exploiting spatial and temporal variation in nutrition at birth, using data on infant mortality and famines: a study of long-run health effects

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