Professor of Development Economics, University of Göttingen
Sebastian vollmer is a professor in development economics at the University of Goettingen. He has conducted several randomised controlled trials of health interventions in India, Pakistan, and Indonesia and has published widely both in development economics and global health. He has consulted the World Bank, UNDP, UNICEF, UNESCO, UNAIDS, Asian Development Bank, FAO, and the German government.
Recent work by Sebastian Vollmer
The use of double-fortified salt in school lunches reduced anaemia by 22–27% among schoolchildren aged 7 and 8 in Bihar, India
Psychosocial factors matter for financial behaviour. A financial literacy and parenting programme substantially improves families’ financial lives.