Financialisation, Macroeconomics and Economic Policies
- Finance-dominated Capitalism, Instability and Crises
- Distribution and Growth
- Comparative Demand and Growth Regimes
- Macroeconomic Policies
- European Economic Policies
Current Research Projects
Finalised Research Projects
- Sigrid Betzelt, Trevor Evans, Eckhard Hein (coordination), Hansjörg Herr, Daniel Detzer, Nina Dodig: Financialisation, Economy, Society and Sustainable Development (FESSUD)
- Eckhard Hein, Achim Truger, Alessandro Bramucci, Franz Prante: Model-theoretic foundations of Controversies in Economic Policy
- Eckhard Hein, Achim Truger, Alessandro Bramucci, Franz Prante: WIPOSIM –The Economic Policy Online Simulator
- Eckhard Hein: Distribution and Growth after Keynes
- Eckhard Hein: Macroeconomics after Kalecki and Keynes: Post-Keynesian Foundations
- Eckhard Hein: Secular Stagnation? Modern Perspectives, Empirical Results and Economic Policy Implications
- Christina Teipen: Working Conditions in the Digital Games Industry
- Achim Truger: Macroeconomic Reasons for the Different Performances of Eurozone Countries since the Global Financial and Economic Crisis
Current PhD Projects
- Franz Prante: Factor Shares and Inequality – Macroeconomic Effects and Interdependence
- Salome Topuria: Progressive Industrial Policy in Open Economies: the Case of Georgia
Finalised PhD Projects
- Daniel Detzer: Finance, Financialisation and Financial Regulation
- Petra Dünhaupt: Financialization and Income Distribution - Empirical Evidence from OECD Countries
- Milka Kazandziska: Macroeconomic Policy Regimes in Emerging Countries
- Zeynep M. Nettekoven: Inflation Targeting in Turkey
- Christoph Paetz: Fiscal Rules
- Ryan Woodgate: Globalisation, Multinational Enterprises and post-Keynesian Theory
Published Master’s Thesis Projects
- Juan Martín Ianni, Shedding light on Argentina’s macroeconomic trap: Macroeconomic Policy Regimes and Demand and Growth Regimes, Working Paper, No 204/2023
- Theodore J. Klassen, From Export Boom to Private Debt Bubble: A Macroeconomic Policy Regime Assessment of Canada’s Shifting Growth Regime in the Neoliberal Era, Working Paper, No 203/2023
- Julia Kühnast, Growth regimes of populist governments: A comparative study on Hungary and Poland, Working Paper, No 199/2022
- Vitor Dotta, Addressing Systemic Risk in Europe During Covid-19: The Role of Regulation and the Policy Mix, Working Paper, No 181/2022
- Benjamin Jungmann, Growth drivers in emerging capitalist economies before and after the Global Financial Crisis, Working Paper, No. 172/2021
- Sara Feiner Solís: The effectiveness and risks of loose monetary policy under financialisation, IPE Working Paper 159/2021
- Clementine Davis: Financialisation and Rental Housing: A Case Study of Berlin, IPE Working Paper 153/2021.
- Jannik Landwehr: The Case for a Job Guarantee Policy in Germany –a political-economic analysis of the potential benefits and obstacles, IPE Working Paper 150/2020.
- Sophie-Dorothee Rotermund: Assessing Systemic Risk: An Analysis of the German Banking Sector, IPE Working Paper 129/2019.
- Maria Barbierie Goes: Personal Income Distribution and Progressive Taxation in a Neo-Kaleckian Model: Insights from the Italian Case, IPE Working Paper 126/2019.
- Sascha Gander: The European economic crisis from 2007 onwards in the context of a global crisis of overproduction of capital –a Marxian monetary theory of value interpretation, IPE Working Paper 125/2019.
- Ettore Gallo: Investment, Autonomous Demand and Long Run Capacity Utilization: An Empirical Test for theEuro Area, IPE Working Paper 116/2019.
- Kasper Köhler: The limits to profit-wage redistribution: Endogenous regime shifts in Kaleckian models of growth and distribution, IPE Working Paper 112/2018.
- Ryan Woodgate: The Paradox of Tax Competition: Effective Corporate Tax Rates as a Determinant of the Location of Foreign Direct Investment in a Modified Neo-Kaleckian Model, IPE Working Paper 106/2018.
- Ruben Tarne: Proposals for monetary reform –a critical assessment using the general quantity equation by Wolfgang Stützel, IPE Working Paper 102/2018.
- Henriette Heinze: The determinants of German exports -an analysis of intra-and extra-EMU trade, IPE Working Paper 95/2018.
- Franz Josef Prante: Macroeconomic effects of personal and functional income inequality –theory and empirical evidence for the US and Germany, IPE Working Paper 83/2017.
- Severin Zeilbeck: An investment initiative for fiscally constrained EU member states –the role of synergetic financial instruments, IPE Working Paper 58/2015.
- Sina Rüdiger: The Federal Reserve in Times of Economic Crisis –Paths and Choices since 2007, IPE Working Paper 25/2013.
- Gayane Oganesian: The Changed Role of the Lender of Last Resort: Crisis Responses of the Federal Reserve, European Central Bank and Bank of England, IPE Working Paper 19/2013.
- Farina Casselmann: Financial services regulation in the wake of the crisis: The Capital Requirements Directive IV and the Capital Requirements Regulation, IPE Working Paper 18/2013.
- Daniel Detzer: New Instruments for Banking Regulation and Monetary Policy after the Crisis, IPE Working Paper 13/2012.