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

Sprechstunden am Lehrstuhl

Aufgrund der aktuellen Situation finden Sprechstunden nun nur noch telefonisch oder per Skype statt.

Die Sprechstunde von Herrn Prof. Belke findet dienstags nach vorheriger Terminvereinbarung (über susanne.priss (at) uni-due.de)  dienstags 13-14 Uhr statt

Die Sprechstunde von Frau Aßhoff finden bis auf Weiteres dienstags nach vorheriger Terminvereinbarung (über sina.asshoff (at) uni-due.de) statt.

Die Sprechstunde von Herrn Goemans findet nach vorheriger Terminvereinbarung (über pascal.goemans (at) uni-due.de) statt.

Die Sprechstunde von Herrn Laumann findet nach vorheriger Terminvereinbarung (über lasse.laumann (at) uni-due.de) statt.

Bitte beachten Sie die aktuellen Änderungen im Aushang

Bachelorseminar "Geld und Währung" im Sommersemester 2020

Prof. Belke mit Vortrag auf dem World Finance & Banking Symposium in New Delhi/Indien

Ansgar Belke hat das Papier "Event Studies, the Random Walk Hypothesis and Risk Spreads: What Role for Central Bank Sovereign Bond Purchases in the Euro Area?" im Rahmen des World Finance & Banking Symposiums vom 19. bis 21.12.2019, New Delhi/Indien, vorgetragen (Session ‚Banking and Financial Institutions‘). Er war auch Chair dieser Session.

Ebenfalls im Rahmen des World Economic Symposiums diskutierte er den Beitrag „ECB Corporate QE and the Loan Supply to Bank-Dependent Firms“ von Roberto De Santis (European Central Bank) und Frank Betz (European Investment Bank) (Session ,Bank Loans, Economic Development and Innovation‘).

Prof. Belke mit Vortrag auf der 7th Paris Financial Management Conference (PFMC-2019)

Ansgar Belke hat das Papier "QE in the Euro area: Has the PSPP benefited peripheral bonds?" im Rahmen der 7th Paris Financial Management Conference (PFMC-2019) am 16.-18.12.2019 vorgetragen (Session ‚Asset Allocation and Valuation V‘). Er war auch Chair dieser Session.

Ebenfalls im Rahmen dieser Session diskutierte er den Beitrag „The Structure and Degree of Dependence in Government Bond Markets" von Nebojsa Dimic (University of Vaasa, Finland), Vanja Piljak (University of Vaasa, Finland, und Laurens Swinkels (Erasmus University & Robeco Institutional Asset Management, Netherlands).

Studienfahrt nach Brüssel

Die Anmeldungen für die Studienfahrt nach Brüssel vom 08.12. bis 11.12.2019 sind ab sofort möglich. Für weitere Informationen klicken Sie bitte hier.

Vortrag von Edoardo Beretta im Rahmen der GuWTP Vorlesung am 26.11.2019

Im Rahmen der GuWTP Vorlesung am 26.11.2019 hielt Dr. sc. ec. Dr. rer. pol. Edoardo Beretta (Università della Svizzera italiana und Franklin University Switzerland) einen Vortrag zum Thema „Von Bargeld zu digitalem Zentralbankgeld und Kryptowährungen: das prekäre Gleichgewicht zwischen Modernität und Geldstabilität“. Dr. sc. ec. Dr. rer. pol. Edoardo Beretta ist an der Università della Svizzera italiana (USI) in Lugano Leitungsmitglied und Program Manager des Masterstudiengangs in Economics and International Policies (MEPIN) und Dozent (Senior Research Assistant), während er an der Franklin University Switzerland (FUS) in Lugano-Sorengo Adjunct Professor ist.

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.

Aktuelles

Aktuelle Meldungen

 Tue, 31. Mar. 2020   Huber, Valentina

Prof. Belke mit Beitrag zu Cash, Digital Currencies and Monetary Middle Ages in "Economics and Business Letters" akzeptiert

Ansgar Belke wurde (gemeinsam mit Edoardo Beretta) mit dem Beitrag " From Cash to Private and Public Digital Currencies - The Risk of Financial Instability and "Modern Monetary Middle Ages" zur Veröffentlichung in "Economics and...
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 Sat, 21. Mar. 2020   Huber, Valentina

Neue Veröffentlichung von Prof. Belke im Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization

Ansgar Belke wurde (gemeinsam mit Matthias Göcke und Coletta Frenzel Baudisch) mit dem Beitrag "Interest Rate Bands of Inaction and Play-Hysteresis in Domestic Investment - Evidence for the Euro Area" zur Veröffentlichung...
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 Thu, 19. Mar. 2020   Huber, Valentina

Prof. Belke at the CEPS Ideas Lab 2020, Europe‘s Next Stage Brussels, March 5-6

Brexit Session Prof. Ansgar Belke discussing the new UK-EU Economic partnership at the CEPS Ideas Lab 2020 in Brussels on March 5-6, 2020. As in the conference room - everything seems/is upside down.
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 Thu, 19. Mar. 2020   Huber, Valentina

Prof. Belke at the CEPS Ideas Lab 2020, Europe‘s Next Stage, Brussels, March 5-6

CEPS Ideas Lab Highly inspiring discussion with political scientist Ivan Krastev (IWM Vienna and Center for Liberal Strategies, Sofia): The Long 1989 and the end of the age of imitation based on his bestseller (co-authored with...
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 Tue, 17. Mar. 2020   Huber, Valentina

Prof. Belke member of the international accreditation panel of the Central European University, Vienna

March 2-4, 2020 Visiting the Department of Economics and Business of the world-class Central European University (CEU) Vienna for accreditation purposes... ... after its (enforced) move from Budapest, Hungary. 
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 Thu, 27. Feb. 2020   Huber, Valentina

Prof. Belke member of a PhD Defense Jury at the Institute of Economic Studies, Charles University in Prague

Prof. Belke was a member of the PhD Defense Jury of Jan Mares (Title: "Essays on Financial Development") joint with Prof. Roman Horváth Ph.D (IES), Prof. Ing Oldřich Dědek CSc. (IES), Martin Čihák Ph.D (IMF), Doc. PhDr. Adam Geršl...
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 Tue, 11. Feb. 2020   Huber, Valentina

Prof. Belke accepted (joint with Steffen Elstner and Svetlana Rujin) at the 28th Symposium of the Society for Nonlinear Dynamics and Econometrics (SNDE) in Zagreb, Croatia

The paper "Growth Prospects and the Trade Balance in Advanced Economies" by Ansgar Belke, Steffen Elstner and Svetlana Rujin has been accepted for presentation at the 28th Symposium of the Society for Nonlinear Dynamics and...
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 Tue, 11. Feb. 2020   Huber, Valentina

Congrats to our new PhD Svetlana Rujin!

PhD Defense of Svetlana Rujin, February 4, 2020, RWI Essen “Macroeconomic Effects of Technological Innovations: International Evidence“ With Profs Matthias Busse (Bochum) and Christoph Schmidt (Bochum and RWI Essen)
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 Tue, 11. Feb. 2020   Huber, Valentina

Prof. Belke mit Vortrag beim Research Seminar des Instituts für empirische Wirtschaftsforschung der Universität Osnabrück

Am 04.02.2020 präsentierten Ansgar Belke und Sina Asshoff (Universität Duisburg-Essen) ihr aktuelles Papier "Unconventional monetary policy and inflation expectations in the Euro area" im Research Seminar des Instituts für...
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 Tue, 21. Jan. 2020   Huber, Valentina

New publication by Ansgar Belke in the Journal Open Economies Review

Ansgar Belke, Ulrich Volz (2020): "The Yen Exchange Rate and the Hollowing Out of the Japanese Industry", Open Economies Review, pp 1–36. Abstract Since the demise of the Bretton Woods system, the yen has seen several episodes...
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 Thu, 16. Jan. 2020   Huber, Valentina

New paper by Ansgar Belke, Sina Asshoff and Thomas Osowski on the ECB‘s unconventional monetary policies and inflation expectations

Sina Aßhoff, Ansgar Belke, Thomas Osowski (2020): "Unconventional Monetary Policy and Inflation Expectations in the Euro Area", Ruhr Economic Papers #837. Abstract: With the ECB’s policy rate having reached the zero lower bound,...
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 Thu, 16. Jan. 2020   Huber, Valentina

Prof. Belke erneut in den Fakultätsbeirat der Friedrich- Schiller-Universität Jena berufen

Auf Vorschlag der Wirtschaftswissenschaftlichen Fakultät wurde Prof. Belke erneut in den wissenschaftlichen Fakultätsbeirat der Friedrich- Schiller-Universität Jena für die Dauer von 4 Jahren berufen. 
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