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Invitation to online panel discussion

October 28, 2020

The corona crisis presents the EU with a historic challenge: How can economic recovery after the crisis succeed? Is the planned recovery fund sufficient after a second wave of infections? Does the fund start a European debt union? And is European solidarity supported by the citizens? The Chair of Public Finance and the Lorenz-von-Stein Institute invite you to a virtual, interdisciplinary panel discussion with Prof. Gabriel Felbermayr (IfW, Economics), Prof. Theresa Kuhn (Amsterdam, Political Science) and Prof. Florian Becker (CAU, Law). The event will take place on November 11, 2020 at 6 p.m. via ZOOM. We look forward to your participation and kindly ask you to register in advance by 4.11.2020 by e-mail to Please note that the event will be in German.

Tobias Heidland new professor for international macroeconomics

October 1, 2020

We welcome Tobias Heidland as a new professor for international macroeconomics. Prof. Heidland researches the globalization and development nexus. His focus is on international migration and global capital flows. He applies different econometric and statistical approaches to study which policies nation states and institutions can use to make the international mobility of people and capital more welfare-enhancing. This winter term, Prof. Heidland will offer a seminar on “Globalization in Developing Countries”.

Research paper "International Emigrant Selection on Occupational Skills" accepted for publication

September 13, 2020

How do migrants compare to residents of their origin countries? Jens Ruhose and his coauthors find that migrants from Mexico to the United States have higher manual, but lower cognitive skills than non-migrants. The study has now been accepted for publication in the prestigious Journal of the European Economic Association (link to the study) and has been awarded the distinguished CESifo Young Affiliate Award.

Matthias Raddant now editor of SN Business & Economics

September 11, 2020

Matthias Raddant has joined the editorial board of SN Business & Economicsa multi- and interdisciplinary journal serving all areas of Business & Management, Economics and Finance. 

Ulrike Kornek new professor for environmental and resource economics

July 01, 2020

We welcome Ulrike Kornek as a new professor for environmental and resource economics. Her research focuses on international climate economics. Prof. Kornek uses models from environmental economics and game theory to analyze the effects of various policy instruments and institutions on the avoidance of greenhouse gas emissions. In the winter term, Prof. Kornek will offer the lecture Resource Economics as well as seminars in Environmental Economics and Resource Economics