Lecturer at Harvard Kennedy School of Government
Janina is Lecturer in Public Policy. Her interests include program evaluation, development economics, political economy and research involving digital map data (GIS). Most recently, she worked for Oxfam America as Senior Research Coordinator, Community Finance Department, overseeing the operational and impact research for Oxfam America’s Saving for Change microsavings program in Mali, Senegal, Cambodia, El Salvador and Guatemala. Prior to this she served as as a water and sanitation Peace Corps Volunteer in Mali. She also worked at ideas42, a microfinance research center at Harvard, focusing on small business development projects in India. She received a PhD in economics from Harvard University in 2007, with specialties in development economics, political economy and macroeconomics, and a BA from Amherst College in 1997 in chemistry and physics
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