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dr. N. Hansen

associate professor

Nina Hansen's research centers on the theme of the social psychology of cultural development. She studies social changes that are caused by development aid in transforming and developing countries. In this context, her research focuses on the (often unintended) consequences of aid projects that introduce modern innovations in the Global South such as new technologies, microfinance, novel education initiatives, and energy access. Furthermore, she is interested in how cultural change is influenced by migration. She studies how people integrate in new cultures and how intergroup contact between newcomers and host society can be improved, especially in the context of labour market integration. She is regularly consulted by different governments and organizations around the world and is an expert in social impact evaluations of interventions with broad field experience in African, Asian, and Latin American nations.

I am currently working on projects in Ethiopia, China, India, Mexico, Sri Lanka, and Turkey. Below you can read a selection of recently finished or current projects:

Under development

Last modified:30 November 2017 4.29 p.m.

Contact information

Psychologie

Room:
2211.0407
Working hours:
Thursday, 14.00-15.00
Telephone: