Daniel Detzer

Daniel Detzer, Dr. rer. pol., is currently a visiting Professor of Economics, in particular Macroeconomics and International Economics, at the Berlin School of Economics and Law (BSEL). He also works as an advisor on financial market policies at the German Bundestag. As a research associate in the project “Financialisation, Economy, Society, and Sustainable Development” at the BSEL his research focused on the German financial system and its regulation as well as on the general macroeconomic developments in Germany and the Euro area. He has a practical background in banking, having worked for German and international financial institutions.

He holds a PhD in Economics from the University of Oldenburg. He studied Economics and International Economics at the HWR Berlin. During his studies he went abroad to study at the Canisius College in Buffalo, USA and at the INSEEC Business School in Paris, France.

His research interests are in the areas of Financialisation, financial systems, regulation of financial markets, financial crises and Post-Keynesian macroeconomics.

Selected publications

  • Inequality, Emulation and Debt: The Occurrence of Different Growth Regimes in the Age of Financialization in a Stockflow consistent Model, Journal of Post Keynesian Economics, Vol. 41, No. 2, 2018 link
  • The German Financial System and the Financial and Economic Crisis, Springer, June 2017 (with N. Dodig, T. Evans, E. Hein, H. Herr, FJ Prante) Link
  • Finance-dominated capitalism and its crisis in Germany: Deep recession and quick recovery - Germany as a role model?, In: Truger, A., Hein, E., Heine, M., Hoffer, F. (eds.), Monetäre Macroeconomics, labor markets and development / Monetary Macroeconomics, Labor Markets and Development, commemorative for / for Hansjörg Herr, Marburg: Metropolis 2016 (with E. Hein) Link
  • The Demise Of Finance-Dominated Capitalism. Explaining the Financial and Economic Crises, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 2015 (edited with Dodig, N., Hein, E.) Link
  • Post-Keynesian alternative policies to curb macroeconomic imbalances in the Euro area, Panoeconomicus, Vol. 62, No. 2, 2015, pp. 217-236 (with E. Hein) link
  • Minimum wages and employment - The theoretical debate and empirical results. In: WSI Announcements, 8, 2010 Link