Visiting Researchers

June 2023

Karsten Kohler

University of Leeds, UK: Seminar on Dynamic Macroeconomic Modelling and Simulations

May – June 2023

Tobias Riedl

University of Vienna, Austria: The relevance of left keynesianism- and degrowth-approaches in policy formulations of an alternative economic policy in two socio-economic crisis in Germany.

March 2023 – February 2024

Gabriel Petrini da Silveira

State University of Campinas, Brazil: Housing markets, asset bubbles, and financial instability

July – September 2022

Fatih Cagatay Cengiz

Ondokuz Mayis University, Samsun, Turkey: The Rise of Right-Wing Populist Parties Under Anomie: A Comparative Case Study of the AfD in Germany and İYİP in Turkey

March - June 2022

Francisco López Bermúdez

University of Santiago de Compostela, Galiza: The study of repair practices and their potential for sustainability throughout the economic process.

February – April 2022

Carlos Alberto Abreo Villamizar

University of the Basque Country, Bilbao: International economics: An empirical analysis of the trade liberalization process in developing countries with a focus on Colombia

March 2022

Gennaro Zezza

University of Cassino, Italy: Seminar on Applied Stock-Flow Consistent Modelling

Winter Term 2021-22 and Summer Term 2022

Ricardo Summa

Federal University of Rio de Janeiro: Demand-led growth, conflict inflation and macroeconomic policies

Winter Term 2019-20

Emilia Buccella

National Scientific and Technical Research Council - Centre for Labour Studies and Research, CEIL- CONICET, Buenos Aires: Financialisation and income distribution in Latin America: Some trends in the Argentinean agrarian sector

Winter Term 2018-19

Won Jun Nah

Kyungpook National University, South Korea: Post-Keynesian macroeconomic modelling; Income-led policies in South Korea

Winter Term 2017-18

Christian Scholz

University of Manchester, UK: Labour Market Regulation in the EU

Winter Term 2017-18

María Cantero Sáiz

University of Cantabria, Santander, Spain: Sovereign risk and monetary policy: effects on bank loans and trade credit

Summer Term 2016

Anne Henow and Natalya Naqui

University of Cambridge, UK: Development banks - Relics of the past? Korea and Germany compared

Winter Term 2014-15

Sermin Sarica

University of Istanbul, Turkey: Public-Private Partnerships as a fauna of corruption practices: The case of Turkey