Team

Juniorprof. Dr. Tim Kaiser

Juniorprof. Dr. Tim Kaiser
Role
Research Associate
Department
International Economics
Field(s) of work
Financial Development
Key activities
  • Financial literacy
  • Experimental impact evaluations
  • Meta-Analysis and evidence synthesis

    Lectures at DIW Berlin

  • Vortrag 1st FLiP Financial Education Summit
    Wien, Österreich, 05.10.2017 - 06.10.2017

    The Impact of Social Education Initiatives - Experimental Evidence from Rural Uganda : Keynote Speech
    Tim Kaiser, Lukas Menkhoff

  • Vortrag Financial Literacy Forschung – Quo Vadis? : Workshop der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Ökonomische Bildung
    Wien, Österreich, 04.10.2017 - 18.11.2016

    Does Financial Education Impact Financial Literacy, and if So, When?
    Tim Kaiser, Lukas Menkhoff

  • Vortrag Behavioral Economics Seminar, Institut für Weltwirtschaft Kiel
    Kiel, 20.06.2017

    Active Learning Fosters Financial Knowledge and Financial Behavior : Experimental Evidence from Rural Uganda
    Tim Kaiser, Lukas Menkhoff

  • Vortrag 3. Österreichisches Symposium für Wirtschafts- und Finanzkommunikation : FH St. Pölten
    Wien, Österreich, 10.05.2017

    Does Financial Education Impact Financial Behavior, and if So, When?
    Tim Kaiser, Lukas Menkhoff

  • Vortrag Mountains of the Moon University
    Fort Portal, Uganda, 07.04.2017

    Fostering Financial Literacy and Behavior : Experimental Evidence from Rural Uganda
    Tim Kaiser, Lukas Menkhoff

  • CV - Short Version

    Tim Kaiser holds a junior professorship in Economics and Economic Education at the University of Koblenz-Landau and is a research associate at the department of International Economics at DIW Berlin. He studied Economics/Political Science and English Literature at the University of Kiel and the Hawaii Pacific University, Honolulu, HI, USA. In 2017, he received a doctoral degree in Economics and Social Sciences at the University of Kiel.

    His current research focuses on experimental impact evaluations of financial education interventions in developing countries, as well as evaluations of economic education in schools in OECD countries. Current research has been published in the World Bank Economic Review

    Publications and Working Papers