Roman Klimke is a Ph.D. candidate in public policy at Harvard Kennedy School. His research interests lie at the intersection of labor and public economics. His current research investigates how labor markets respond to the introduction of social programs, for which he uses individual and establishment-level social security data from Germany and Saudi Arabia. Klimke holds a B.Sc. degree in international economics and Middle Eastern studies from the University of Tübingen and he spent one year abroad at the University of Michigan during his undergraduate studies.
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Ph.D. Student in Public Policy, Harvard Kennedy School
Graduate Student Affiliate, CES, Harvard University