Ramona Molitor

Ramona Molitor is a doctoral candidate in economics and research assistant at the University of Passau (Germany). She has received a B.Sc. in economics from the University of Munich and a M.A. in economics with a specialisation in development economics from the University of Goettingen. Her research interests include development, maternal and child health, fertility and quasi experimental and experimental methods.

Content by Ramona Molitor
  • Blog post

    Droughts and child health

    Child health plays a crucial role in human capital development yet, exposure to drought in the womb increases the child’s likelihood of being underweight – with knock-on effects for educational outcomes. Policies aimed at reducing child malnutrition need to start in the womb, not just after birth

    28 Jan 2015 | Santosh Kumar, Ramona Molitor, Sebastian Vollmer