Team

Helke Seitz

Helke Seitz
Role
Research Associate
Department
International Economics
Field(s) of work
Financial Development

    Publications at DIW Berlin

    Diskussionspapiere/ Discussion Papers (2017)

    Patrilocal Residence and Female Labour Supply

    Andreas Landmann, Helke Seitz, Susan Steiner
    SOEPpapers (2016)

    Locus of Control and Investment in Training

    Marco Caliendo, Deborah A. Cobb-Clark, Helke Seitz, Arne Uhlendorff

    Lectures at DIW Berlin

  • Vortrag PhD-Workshop des Development Economics Network Berlin (DENeB)
    Berlin, 28.09.2018

    The Effect of Personalized Financial Feedback on Microenterprises
    Helke Seitz

  • Vortrag Universities, Entrepreneurship and Enterprise Development in Africa : 7th Annual Conference
    Sankt Augustin, 13.09.2018 - 14.09.2018

    The Effect of Personalized Financial Feedback on Microenterprises
    Helke Seitz

  • Vortrag 20th INFER Annual Conference
    Göttingen, 05.09.2018 - 07.09.2018

    Constraints to Capital Accumulation : Evidence based on Micro and Small Enterprises
    Helke Seitz

  • Vortrag 2018 Nordic Conference on Development Economics : United Nations University World Institute for Development
    Helsinki, Finnland, 11.06.2018 - 12.06.2018

    Constraints to Capital Accumulation : Evidence based on Micro and Small Enterprises
    Helke Seitz

  • Vortrag 2nd International Conference on Globalization and Development : GLAD Conference 2018
    Göttingen, 03.05.2018 - 04.05.2018

    Constraints to Capital Accumulation : Evidence based on Micro and Small Enterprises
    Helke Seitz

  • CV - Short Version

    Helke Seitz received a master’s degree from the Freie Universität Berlin in 2013. In her master thesis she analyzed the effect of informal elderly caregiving on female caregivers’ labour supply in Kyrgyzstan. During her studies, Helke worked as a student assistant at the German Institute for Economic Research (Department of Public Economics and Development and Security), Freie Universität Berlin and as an intern at the Ifo Institute for Economic Research and the International Labour Organization in the Philippines. Her research interests are in the fields of labour and development economics with a focus on financial development.