Felix Klimm is an Associate at Value for Good with more than five years of experience in evidence-based research and impact evaluation. Before joining Value for Good, Felix worked and studied in Germany, the UK, and Singapore.
Felix holds a PhD in economics from the Ludwig-Maximilians-University in Munich, where he worked as a PostDoc as well as doctoral researcher and was a scholarship holder of the German Research Foundation. During his PhD studies, including a research stay at the University of Oxford, he specialized in the field of behavioral and experimental economics. His research covered topics on immoral behavior, inequality as well as discrimination and was published in several internationally renowned economics journals.
Felix gained experience in the private sector at a large international technology company and a management consulting firm. In addition, he is passionate about mentoring others for instance at Students4Refugees, where he also served as chairman, and ArbeiterKind.de.
2014-2019: PostDoc and Doctoral Researcher in Economics at Ludwig-Maximilians-University, Munich
2013: Intern, Kienbaum Management Consultants, Dusseldorf
2012: Intern, DIW – German Institute for Economic Research, Berlin
2012: Management Trainee, Siemens, Singapore
2011 – 2016: Various Lecturer and Research Assistant Positions at University of Oxford, University of Konstanz, and Zeppelin University (Germany)
2018: PhD in Economics, Ludwig-Maximilians-University, Munich
2017: Visiting Researcher at the University of Oxford
2014: Master of Science, Economics, University of Konstanz
2012: Bachelor of Science, Economics, University of Konstanz
• German (native)
• English (fluent)
• French (basic)
• Spanish (basic)