Jana Hamdan

Research Associate in the

International Economics Department

Research Topics and Working Areas

Jana Hamdan is a Ph.D. student at Humboldt University of Berlin and the DIW Graduate Center. Her research is focused on the impact of behavioral biases and degree of financial education on financial development. She obtained her M.Sc. in Economics at University of Potsdam. During her studies, she worked as a student research assistant for the Department of Competition and Consumers at DIW Berlin and the Chair of Public Economics at University of Potsdam. During her undergraduate studies in Economics at Humboldt-University of Berlin, she spent one year abroad at Free University of Brussels. She joined the DIW Graduate Center in October 2017.


BSE Insights on the Corona Crisis

Financial resilience and the Covid-19 pandemic: The importance of financial literacy in times of crisis

2020 | Jana Hamdan, Melanie Koch
DIW Roundup 131 / 2019

The Impact of Mobile Money in Developing Countries

2019 | Jana Hamdan
WZB Mitteilungen Nr. 161

Nichtorte der Fleischindustrie: Fakten und Hintergründe zum Schlachten in Deutschland

2018 | Jana Friedrichsen, Jana Hamdan, Steffen Huck (Hrsg.)