Dr. Martin Streng

Dr. Martin Streng

Inequality and Public Policy

Dr. Martin Streng, née Ungerer, is a researcher in ZEW’s Research Group “Inequality and Public Policy”. His interests include inequality, policy evaluation, migration, and applied statistics. He organises the joint ZEW-CDSE Summer Courses in close cooperation with the Graduate School of Economics and Social Science at the University of Mannheim.

From 2014 to 2018, Martin Streng was the scientific assistant of Clemens Fuest and a researcher in ZEW’s former Research Group “International Distribution and Redistribution”. After completing his PhD, he worked as a data analyst at DB Fernverkehr AG in the field of AI development and business analytics.

He completed his doctoral studies at the University of Cologne with his PhD thesis on inequality and migration under the supervision of David Jaeger. In 2016, he was on a research stay at the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) in New York, USA. 

Publications prior to April 2022 are listed under the Name Ungerer.

Contact information

Martin Streng

Dr. Martin Streng

Researcher and Graduate Study Coordinator +49 (0)621 1235-398 Martin.Streng@zew.de
Unit: Inequality and Public Policy

Selected Publications