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Hauke Feil is a research associate in the research project “Consideration of Expert Knowledge - International Public Administrations as Policy Experts”, which is part of the Research Unit "International Public Administrations. The Emergence and Development of Administrative Patterns and their Effects on International Policy-Making".
He graduated at the University of Bremen (Bachelor in Political Science) as well as at the Goethe University Frankfurt and the Technische Universität Darmstadt (Master in International Studies/Peace and Conflict Studies). His studies included stays in Mexico, Spain and Uruguay. In 2012 he received the advancement award of the Federal Statistical Office for his bachelor thesis on the correlation between resource rents and authoritarianism in the post-soviet region. For his master’s thesis on the economic structures of Paraguay and Uruguay he received the Josef Esser Award of the Goethe University Frankfurt.
In his PhD project he analyses the work of Multilateral Development Banks. The focus lies on country assessment tools, internal desicion-making processes, and the effectiveness of the project-based work.