Clara Stinshoff specialises in international economics, development policy and quantitative methods. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy and Economics from the University of Bayreuth and has studied abroad at Washington and Lee University (USA) as well as at the McCourt School of Public Policy at Georgetown University. Clara’s professional experience includes advising the German Ministry of Health on digitisation topics with the consulting firm Roland Berger, macroeconomic research on industry and trade topics at Prognos AG and project management at a foundation in Berlin. Currently, she is working for the World Bank at the Health, Nutrition and Population Global Practice, focusing on health financing in the East Asia and Pacific region. Working at these organisations, as well as in Myanmar and Nepal, Clara has developed a passion for finding innovative solutions to global challenges.
Master’s thesis title
Conditional cash transfers and their impact on health and nutrition: The case of Oportunidades and the prevalence of overweight and obesity in Mexico