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Myriam Marending

POSITION AT SIPRI
Research Assistant

Myriam Marending

Myriam Marending

Myriam Marending is a Research Assistant in the SIPRI Sahel and West Africa Programme, focusing on the security and development nexus.

Her current research studies global security and socio-economic development indicators, with particular interest for human security in fragile and conflict-affected states with recent focus on Central Mali.

Prior to joining SIPRI, she was a visiting scholar at the Center for the Studies of African Economies at Oxford University, and worked at the Swiss National Bank.

Subject expertise

Economic development practice and policy in fragile and conflict-affected states, indicators of security and development, human security, panel data, survey methods

Regional expertise

Central Africa

Languages
German, English, French, Spanish
Education

PhD candidate in Applied Development Economics, Copenhagen Business School (DK); MA in Economics, University of St. Gallen (Switzerland)

Citizenship
Switzerland