Marion Eeckhout

I have a Masters in Development Economics (1981, VU University Amsterdam). From 1982 until 1986 I worked for the FAO in two African countries. From 1986 until 1992 I worked in several African countries for a Dutch consultancy firm. Since 1991 I have been working for the Minister of Development Cooperation.

Research interests: micro-macro connections, state-business relations, SME business, Finance for Development, Political institutional economics.

Publications:
Micro-Macro verbanden in Tanzania: waar zit de kink in de kabel Credit and trust in Tanzania
From billions to trillions: Is the Financing for Development Agenda universal and inclusive? ASC Working Paper 123, 2015
Composition of financial flows to Sub-Saharan African countries: ten years into the Monterrey Consensus on the Millennium Development Goals ASC Themaart 11, 2014
Hulp helpt, maar niet alleen (Kwartaalschrift Economie, jaargang 1, no 4 december 2004)