Welcome to the Chair in Economic Policy
The field of Economic Policy focuses on establishing a general framework for governmental economic activity. Furthermore, it investigates the consequences of government interventions into the market that aim at correcting the market outcome.
Embedded in this context the team at the Chair in Economic Policy analyzes government activity. The three core areas are Innovation, Economic Growth and Regional Development. In their research the team develops formal theoretical models and applies these models by means of simulations and empirical analyses to concrete economic problems. The objective is to derive policy recommendations that are based in theory.
The dissertation writing by Dr. Vladimir Korzinov with the title 'On technology emergence and pattern detection in aggregate economic activity' is now at KITopen online available.
The research paper "Worker personality: another skill bias beyond education in the digital age" of Eckhardt Bode, Stephan Brunow, Ingrid Ott and Alina Sorgner has been published online in advance in the Scientific Journal German Economic Review.
A recent working paper with the title "Persönlichkeit und Arbeitsmarkterfolg in Zeiten der Digitalisierung: Welche Merkmale helfen" has been published by Ökonomenstimme
A recent working paper with the title "Dilution effects, population growth and economic growth under human capital accumulation and endogenous technological change" by Levent Eraydin and Moritz Müller with the collaboration of Alberto Bucci has been published. More information here.