Nadia von Jacobi


Oxford, UK


Development economics


Qualitative and quantitative analysis, Policy recommendations

Nadia von Jacobi is a Postdoctoral Researcher on the Creating Economic Space for Social Innovation (CrESSI) project. Her research background is in development economics with special focus on the institutions-development link, multidimensional poverty and key drivers of human development. She is particularly interested in the role that institutions play in development, how and why they change, how interconnected they are to other, complementary social structures.

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Posted by: on November 23, 2017

Pushing the Empirical Frontier Further

Pushing the Empirical Frontier Further: Investigating if and how social innovation can empower marginalised people in Europe Besides historical reconstructions of social innovations in the 19th and the beginning of the 20th century, an entire work package (WP7), led by the University of Pavia in Italy, was dedicated to the empirical investigation of ongoing social […]

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