Jan Grumiller

Dr. Jan Grumiller
Researcher
Tel.: +43 1 317 40 10 – 114
E-Mail: j.grumiller@oefse.at
1090 Vienna, Sensengasse 3

Jan Grumiller is an economist with a specialization in global value chains and production networks, international trade, industrial policy, and private sector development. Since 2015, he is a researcher at ÖFSE. In addition, he is an external lecturer at the University of Applied Sciencies, bfi Vienna.

Research Areas:

  • Development economics and policy
  • Global value chains and production networks
  • International trade
  • Industrial policy
  • Private sector development

Resume:

Career

  • Since 2015: Researcher at ÖFSE
  • Since 2014: External Lecturer, University of Applied Sciences bfi Vienna, Economics Division, Vienna
  • 2014 - 2015: Independent Research Consultant
  • 2014: Research Intern at ÖFSE
  • 2011: Trainee, Sarthak Microfinance, Balajee Sewa Sansthan, Dehradun/India

Consultancies (Selection)

  • ADA – Austrian Development Agency (AUT)
  • BMZ – Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development / Bundesministerium für wirtschaftliche Zusammenarbeit und Entwicklung (GER)
  • GIZ – Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GER)
  • CBI – Centre for the promotion of imports from developing countries (NL)
  • IHS – Institute for Advanced Studies / Institut für Höhere Studien (AUT)
  • BMBWF – Federal Ministry for Education, Science and Research / Bundesministerium für Bildung, Wissenschaft und Forschung (AUT)
  • BCB – Brazilian Central Bank (BRA)

Research stays

  • Côte d'Ivoire/Ghana (2019): Financialization and the role of commodity trading houses in the Ivorian cocoa sector
  • Ethiopia (2018): Opportunities and challenges in the Ethiopian leather products sector
  • Tunisia (2017): Strategies for industrial policies in the Tunisian textile and apparel as well as olive oil sectors
  • Côte d'Ivoire/Ghana (2017): Strategies for sustainable development in the Ghanaian and Ivorian cocoa sectors
  • Tunisia (2017): Impact of the Economic Partnership Agreements on the textile and apparel as well as olive oil sectors
  • Vietnam (2017): Impact of the Economic Partnership Agreements on the textile and apparel as well as aquaculture (shrimp/pangasius) sectors
  • Ghana (2017): Impact of the Economic Partnership Agreements on the cocoa and mango sectors
  • Mozambique (2016): Impact of the Economic Partnership Agreements on the cotton sector in Mozambique as well as the regional textile and apparel sectors

Teaching experience

  • Since 2014: University of Applied Sciences bfi Vienna, Economics Division

Education

  • 2015-2019: Doctorate in Economics, University of Economics and Business, Vienna
  • 2006-2013: Diploma studies in International Development, University of Vienna in combination with studies at the University of Economics and Business in Vienna

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