Economist in the Department of Structural Change and Productivity
Halle Institute for Economic Research (IWH) – Member of the Leibniz Association
- applied econometrics
- empirical labour economics
Eva Hank is a PhD candidate in the Department of Structural Change and Productivity since April 2015. In her current research, she examines the effects of job displacement on affected employees.
Eva Hank studied Political Science (BA) at the Otto Friedrich University Bamberg and Economics (MSc) with a focus on International Economics and Policy Consulting at the Otto von Guericke University Magdeburg. She wrote her master thesis in cooperation with the IWH and investigated differences between East and West Germans concerning their behaviour and preferences as well as potential convergence processes since the Fall of the Iron Curtain.