Doctoral Programme Quantitative Economics

<h5>&nbsp;<a class="external-link" href="" target="_blank">Prof. Dennis Snower, Ph.D.</a></h5>

President of the Kiel Institute for World Economy

He obtained his doctorate in Economics from Princeton University. He was an Assistant Professor at the University of Maryland, the Institute of Advanced Studies in Vienna, a Lecturer at the University of London and a full Professor of Economics at Birkbeck College, University of London. He has worked and taught at Columbia University, the University of Stockholm, the University of Jerusalem, the International Monetary Fund, the European University Institute, Dartmouth College, and elsewhere.

Among others he received grants and awards from the Social Science Research Council, UK; from the Nuffield Foundation and from the ESRC. From 1985 to present he has been a CEPR-Fellow. Since 1993 he is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts. In April 1998, he joind IZA as a research fellow. In 2004 he was appointed to the supervisory board of Allianz AG.

Dennis Snower has published in journals such as the American Economic Review, the Journal of Political Economy, European Economic Review, Oxford Economic Papers and the Economic Journal.

His current research interests are Macroeconomic Theory, Unemployment, Inflation, Macro Fluctuations, Macroeconomic Policy, Labor Economics, Wage and Employment Determination, Employment Policies, Organizational Change, Theory of the Firm, Organization of Work, Microeconomic Theory, Information Theory, Imperfect Competition, Industrial Organization.