Eva Raiber is a Visiting Researcher at ISDC. She is pursuing her Ph.D. at the Toulouse School of Economics and is a Doctoral Scholar at the Institute for Advanced Study Toulouse. She has previously been a Visiting Ph.D. Student at the European School of Management and Technology Berlin.
Eva’s research is concentrated on empirical micro-economic questions that concern a variety of individual decisions in the fields of family economics and development economics. Her research projects include the study of fertility, education and marriage in China and religious participation in Sub-Saharan Africa. For both studies, she has been involved in the data collection process. She is also interested in migration and its interplay with economic and family opportunities.
Eva did her undergraduate studies in International Economics and European Studies at the University of Tübingen including an exchange year at Sciences Po Paris. She completed her Master of Science in Economics at the Toulouse School of Economics. Her thesis advisor is Paul Seabright. She has received funding from the Konrad Adenauer Foundation (KAS), the German Academic Exchange Program (DAAD), the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS) and the University of Toulouse 1. She is currently funded by the Institute for Advanced Study Toulouse.
Eva has gained work experience through internships at the Konrad Adenauer Foundation in Peru (2010), the OECD (2011) and a public policy consulting firm in India (2013).