Dr. Wolfgang Stojetz is the Director of the Research Program on Behaviour at ISDC and a Research Fellow in the Department of Economics at Humboldt-University of Berlin. Previously, he was a Predoctoral Research Fellow at Yale University and a Research Affiliate at the German Institute for Economic Research (DIW Berlin).
Wolfgang studied physics, mathematics and economics at the University of Colorado (Boulder), the Instituto Superior Técnico in Lisbon, Portugal, the University of Regensburg, Germany, and in the Berlin Doctoral Program in Economics and Management Science (BDPEMS). He holds a PhD in Economics from Humboldt-University of Berlin, and a Diplom in Physics from the University of Regensburg (equivalent to M.Sc.). Wolfgang is an alumnus of the Fulbright program, Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting, and RES Junior Researcher Symposium, and has received grants from the BDPEMS, German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), German Excellence Initiative, German Physical Society (DPG), Humboldt-University of Berlin, Portuguese Research Council (FCT) and United States Institute of Peace (USIP). He has also served as a short-term consultant to FAO, ILO, PBSO, UNDP, and the World Bank.
Selected recent papers:
Exposure to gender-based collective violence causes intimate partner violence (with T. Brück), 2022, Journal of Development Economics, revise and resubmit.
The Life with Corona survey (with N.T.N. Ferguson et al.), 2022, Social Science & Medicine, 306, 115109.
Coping with Compounding Challenges in Conflict Crises: Evidence from North-east Nigeria (with T. Brück), 2022, under review.
Life with Corona: Increased gender differences in aggression and depression symptoms due to the COVID-19 pandemic burden in Germany? (with L. Abreu et al.), 2021, Frontiers of Psychology, 12, 2705.
The double burden of female protracted displacement: Survey evidence on gendered livelihoods in El Fasher, Darfur (with T. Brück), 2021, World Bank Policy Research Working Paper 9824.
Data Options for Assessing Gender Dimensions of Forced Displacement: A Background Note (with T. Brück), 2021, Washington, D.C.: World Bank Group.
Can Job Programs Build Peace? (with T. Brück, N.T.N. Ferguson, and V. Izzi), 2020, World Bank Research Observer, September, lkaa004. https://doi.org/10.1093/wbro/lkaa004.
Trust in the Time of Corona (with T. Brück, N.T.N. Ferguson, and P. Justino), 2020, IZA Discussion Paper 13386.
Civic Legacies of Wartime Governance (with P. Justino), 2019, WIDER Working Paper 2019/104.
Food security and conflict: Empirical challenges and future opportunities for research and policy making (with C. Martin-Shields), 2019, World Development, 119, 150-164.
Rural youth in the context of fragility and conflict (with G. Baliki, T. Brück, and N.T.N. Ferguson), 2019. IFAD Research Series Special Issue 54.