Anette Hoffmann was a Senior Research Associate at the Conflict Research Unit of Clingendael. Her work focused on the interaction between economic and political drivers of conflict. She was particularly interested in how business elites' interests and political power shape economic development in fragile settings.
Prior to joining Clingendael in 2013, Anette worked as Technical Advisor for GIZ HQ and UNIDO Sudan, designing, implementing and monitoring & evaluating programmes on conflict-sensitive private sector development, vocational training and entrepreneurship development.
Anette graduated from Humboldt University of Berlin with a Master’s degree in Political Philosophy. She also holds a Master’s degree in Development Studies from the International Institute of Social Studies in The Hague.