Frauke Steglich

Topics: Companies, Emerging Markets & Developing Countries, Foreign Direct Investments, Globalization, International Trade

Frauke Steglich - Kiel Institute


Main research interests

  • Effects of Globalisation
  • Global Value Chains
  • Foreign Direct Investment
  • Microeconometric Methods

Frauke Steglich joined the Kiel Institute for the World Economy in 2016. From November 2020 to December 2022, she was the Managing Director of the Poverty Reduction, Equity and Growth Network (PEGNet). She is a Research Fellow at the Kiel Centre for Globalization (KCG) and part of the Research Network Sustainable Global Supply Chains. Her research interests lie in the field of empirical international economics and development, with a focus on foreign direct investment, global value chains, and corporate social responsibility. She is a doctoral candidate in Quantitative Economics at Kiel University and holds a Master’s degree in Economics from Kiel University. Before joining the Kiel Institute she did a research internship at the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) in Vienna.

  1. Policy Article

    The future of GVCs in a post-pandemic world

    Inclusive and Sustainable Industrial Development Working Paper Series
    Svenja Falk, Ana Ruiz Hernanz, Adnan Šerić ...

    COVID-19 has put the importance of supply chains back onto the global economic agenda. The potential challenges associated with the...

  1. Annually since 2017

    Tutorial: Advanced International Trade II (Master)

  2. Summer term 2015

    Tutorial: Inferential Statistics (Bachelor)

  3. Winter term 2014/2015

    Tutorial: Inferential Statistics (Bachelor)

  4. Summer term 2012

    Tutorial: Macroeconomics (Bachelor)

  5. Winter term 2011/2012

    Tutorial: Macroeconomics (Bachelor)

  6. Annually since 2018

    Introduction to Stata (Master)

  7. July 2019

    Introduction to International Trade & Trade Policy, Summer School of the Konrad Adenauer Foundation