Linda Maokomatanda

Topics: Africa, China, Migration

Linda Maokomatanda


Main research interests

  • Development Economics
  • Aid
  • Migration
  • Policy Evaluation

Linda Maokomatanda works on the project on China’s role in Africa in the International Development Research Center since April 1, 2021. Linda has completed her Master’s in Economics at the University of Bonn, and has previously completed her Bachelor’s degree in Financial Engineering at the Harare Institute of Technology in Harare, Zimbabwe. Before joining the Kiel Institute, she worked as a student research assistant for the Institute of Labour Economics (IZA), the German Development Institute (gdi/die) and the Institute on Behaviour & Inequality (briq), all of which are based in Bonn, Germany. At the Kiel Institute, she will be working in the Development Cooperation Research Area as a doctoral candidate and as well enrolled in the Quantitative Economics PhD program at the Kiel University. Her research interests are in development economics, with a particular interest in aid, migration, and policy evaluation. She is also interested in policy work on Africa and would like to be involved in this area.