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Chair of Development Economics


Frederik Wild

Research Assistant


Consultation Hour

Upon appointment (to arrange, please contact at frederik.wild@uni-bayreuth.de).


Short CV

Employment

  • Since 2019    Research and Teaching Assistant, Chair of Development Economics,                            University of Bayreuth
  • Since 2019    Research Assistant, DFG Cluster of Excellence EXC2052 'Africa                                  Multiple', University of Bayreuth

Education

  • Since 2019    Ph.D. Student in Economics, Chair of Development Economics &                                  Bayreuth International Graduate School of African Studies                                            (BIGSAS), University of Bayreuth
  • 2016 - 2019   M.A. Philosophy & Economics, University of Bayreuth

Full CV

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Teaching

Past and present teaching priorities

  • Borders, Integration and Human Capital: Development in Sub-Saharan Africa (Masters Seminar on Economic Progress)
  • Development Economics I (Exercise Class)

Research

Main areas of research

  • Development Economics, especially topics in Health, Education and Demography, as well as Regional (Economic) Integration and Economic Geography (mainly focused on Sub-Saharan Africa).

Publications

Articles in peer-reviewed journals

  • Wild, Frederik, and David Stadelmann. 2022. ‘Coastal Proximity and Individual Living Standards: Econometric Evidence from Georeferenced Household Surveys in Sub-Saharan Africa’. Review of Development Economics. Link
  • Frempong, Raymond, David Stadelmann, and Frederik Wild. 2020. ‘Coronavirus-Lockdowns, Secondary Effects and Sustainable Exit-Strategies for Sub-Saharan Africa’. Economics Bulletin 40 (3): 2586–93. Link

Working papers and conference proceedings

  • Heterogeneous Effects of Women’s Schooling on Fertility, Literacy and Work: Evidence from Burundi’s Free Primary Education Policy. Beiträge zur Jahrestagung des Vereins für Socialpolitik 2020: Gender Economics. Kiel, Hamburg: ZBW - Leibniz Information Centre for Economics. Revise & Resubmit. (together with David Stadelmann) Link 
  • Regional Market Integration and Household Welfare - Evidence from the East African Community. Mimeo – University of Bayreuth. (together with David Stadelmann)
  • The Role of Education in the Support for (Regional) Free Trade - Evidence from Sub-Saharan Africa. Mimeo – University of Bayreuth.

Non-refereed publications, articles and blogs

  • ‘Every (immune) person counts, especially in developing countries’ (with Raymond B. Frempong and David Stadelmann), in ‘2021: The Year of Vaccines’, ed. Shoba Suri, Observer Research Foundation (ORF), 2021. Link
  • ‘A perspective on secondary effects of the spread of COVID19 in emerging economies’ (with Raymond B. Frempong and David Stadelmann), in ‘ORF Expert Speak’, Observer Research Foundation (ORF), 2020. Link
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Chair of Development Economics


Frederik Wild
Research Assistant

AddressFrederik Wild
Chair VWL E - Entwicklungsökonomik
University of Bayreuth
Universitätsstraße 30
D-95447 Bayreuth
OfficeRW I, Room 1.0 02 132
Phone+49 (0)921 / 55-6091
Emailfrederik.wild@uni-bayreuth.de
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