Assistant Professor of Economics, Leibniz University Hanover (Germany)
Richard Bluhm is an Assistant Professor of Economics at Leibniz University Hanover (Germany). His primary research interests are economic growth and crises, political economy, poverty and inequality, and conflict, always with a focus on developing countries. Currently, he works on projects that use nighttime lights and other “big” geospatial data to improve our understanding of economic inequality, regional convergence, and conflict at the local level. Previously, he was part of large research project on “Institutions and Growth” initiated by the French Development Agency (AFD). His research has been funded by AFD, European Commission (DEVCO), UNICEF and JICA. Richard holds a PhD in economics and an MPP from Maastricht University in the Netherlands. He’s also been a Fulbright fellow to the US and worked at the Limburg Institute of Business and Economic Research (LIBER), the International Labour Organization (ILO) and the Embassy of Canada in Berlin.
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