Marijn Faling MSc

As Research Fellow Partnerships and Inclusive Development, Marijn's interest is in understanding collaboration processes between governments, NGOs, and businesses to address pressing societal challenges including poverty, climate change and hunger. In her research, she builds on her prior experiences including her PhD research, in which she analyzed actor strategies to influence multi-actor policy-making processes around climate-smart agriculture.

Furthermore, she has researched partnership alliances between Dutch development organizations to build resilience in Global South. Marijn has conducted research in Asia, East Africa, and Latin America. In her research, she values a processual approach to social phenomena. She has developed expertise on both qualitative and quentitative methods, including process-tracing and multivariate regression analysis.

Marijn is a research editor of the Annual Review of Social Partnerships (ARSP). She has been visiting researcher with the Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI) Africa, and with the Governance, Environment and Markets initiative (GEM) of Yale University. She holds a research master in International Development Studies and a master in Political Science, both from the University of Amsterdam.