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Stefan Brenk
Country of origin: Germany

Former Staff

Dipl. iur. Marius Brinkmann, LL.M.
Country of origin: Germany

Former Staff

Magnus Brüning, M.A.
Country of origin: Germany

Former MADM Student in Bochum (2000)

MADM Thesis: Interculturality in Projects of Development Co-operation and its Impact on Communication Processes. The Case Study of the Service Delivery Promotion Project in Namibia

Dr. Viviane Brunne
Country of origin: Germany

Former PhD Student

PhD Thesis: HIV und AIDS in Südafrika: die Public-Private Partnership-Strategie (2004)

Dr. Brunnengräber
Country of origin: Germany

Former PhD Student

PhD Thesis: Stadtverkehr in Jakarta: eine Untersuchung von Akteuren und Entscheidungsbedingungen (1998)

Hong Hanh Bui, M.A.
Country of origin: Viet Nam

Former MADM Student in Bochum (2002)

MADM Thesis: Vietnamese Garment Industry in the Process of Implementing AFTA (ASEAN Free Trade Area): The Case of Garment Enterprises in Hanoi

Thi Minh Chau Bui, M.A.
Country of origin: Viet Nam

Former MADM Student in Bochum (2012)

MADM Thesis: Child Labour and Its Effects on Education for Disadvantaged Children. The Case Study: Sunshine School Project - CNCF Vietnam

Hanna Buschke, M.A.
Country of origin: Germany

Former MADM Student in Bochum (2012)

MADM Thesis: Social Remittances of Ghanaian Migrants. A Study of How the Value Shift of Migrants Influences the Development of Ghana

Bertha Rosa Camacho Tuckermann, M.A.
Country of origin: Bolivia, Plurinational State of

Former MADM Student in Bochum (2002)

MADM Thesis: Implementing Participatory Impact Monitoring: A Communication-Action Model for Development Organisations. A Case Study from an Urban Agriculture Project in Guantánamo, Cuba

Isolda Edith Carballo Yescas, M.A.
Country of origin: Nicaragua

Former MADM Student in Bochum (2012)

MADM Thesis: Organizational Capacity Building in Microfinance Institutions as a Tool to Foster Development in Developing Countries: The Case of FUNDENUSE in Nicaragua


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