Ad personam Jean Monnet-Lehrstuhl für Volkswirtschaftslehre, insb. Makroökonomik

Studentische Hilfskraft gesucht!

Prüfungsanmeldung für Neuere Entwicklungen in der europäischen Makroökonomie

Liebe Studierenden,

da erst an dem ersten Termin der Blockveranstaltung über die Prüfungsform (Klausur oder Hausarbeit) der Veranstaltung entschieden wird, ist eine Prüfungsanmeldung derzeit noch nicht möglich. Zur Anmeldung wird aber eine separate Prüfungsanmeldephase freigeschlatet, die nach der ersten Veranstatung kommuniziert wird.

Bei Frage wenden Sie sich bitte an Sina Aßhoff.

 

 

Raumänderung Makro I Übung

Bitte beachten Sie, die Makro I Übung (Dienstags 12-14 Uhr) wurde auf den Raum S06S01B29 verlegt.

Prof. Belke Organizer of an international Jean Monnet Workshop on „Current Account (Im-)Balances – Determinants and Policy Implications“

From October 24 to 26, 2019, the University of Duisburg-Essen, the University of Greifswald and the Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS), Brussels, will organize a Jean Monnet Workshop on „Current Account (Im-)Balances of the Euro Area and within the Euro Area Member Countries - Determinants and Policy Implications“, hosted by the Centre for European Policy Studies, Brussels. 

Current account (im-)balances played a central role during the financial crisis. The large deficits of a number of euro area countries (in the South and the East) were widely considered unsustainable (at their peak often more than 10 % of GDP). But they have been largely corrected now. The swing of the so-called periphery from deficit to surplus has not been accompanied by a mirror movement of the core as the large surpluses of Germany and some of its neighbours (NL, DK, AT, etc.) continue unabated.

Questions to be addressed are the following: how can one explain large swings in current accounts in one group, but essentially no change in another group with close economic links? Why did some other countries, not part of or linked to the euro (e.g. Sweden, Switzerland) also run persistent surpluses?

It is often argued that the persistence of the German (and other core countries) surpluses made the adjustment more difficult for the rest of the euro area. Can this be quantified? What policy actions could the governments of the surplus core countries have undertaken to reduce their surpluses?

Submission

Please submit your paper or extended abstract by April 30th, 2019, via E-Mail to ansgar.belke@uni-due.de. Preference will be given to full papers.
Authors will be informed about acceptance by May 30th, 2019.

Special issue

Selected, excellent papers will be considered for a special issue in Journal of International Money and Finance on "Current Account (Im-)Balances of the Euro Area and within the Euro Area Member Countries - Determinants and Policy Implications". Those papers will be subject to additional double blinded peer review.

Please find more information here and here.

Women in Economics Scholarship

The ECB has just launched a scholarship for women studying economics.
 
The scholarship is one of ECB's initiatives to support talented women and to promote gender balance both in the field of economics and in central banking.

What does the scholarship include?

  • A grant of €10,000
  • A study-visit to the ECB in the academic year 2019-20
  • Insights into the ECB's cutting-edge economic research
  • The opportunity to meet fellow scholars and the ECB Women in Leadership network
  • Advice and mentoring from an ECB economist

Who is eligible to apply?

All female EU citizens (including UK citizens), who are currently enrolled, or about to enrol, in a Master's degree in economics at a European university or business school.

Applicants should be able to justify their financial need and are required to have obtained excellent grades at undergraduate level.

For more information, please visit the ECB's website.

The deadline for applying is 19 June!

Wichtig:Vorlesung Empirie der internationalen Geld- und Finanzmärkte findet erst im WS19/20 statt!

Bitte beachten Sie: Der Turnus der Vorlesung "Empirie der internationalen Geld- und Finanzmärkte" wurde vom Sommersemester auf das Wintersemester verlegt. Empirie der internationalen Geld- und Finanzmärkte wird demnach erst wieder im WS19/20 angeboten!

Anders als im LSF vermerkt wurde, wird in diesem Semester keine Empirieveranstaltung stattfinden! Es handelte sich dabei leider nur um einen Systemfehler, der nun behoben ist.

 

Bachelorseminar "Geld und Währung"

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