Ph.D., European University Institute, Florence, 1996; Diplom in Economics, University of Bonn, 1992; M.A., Indiana University, 1989.
Macroeconomics; Growth and Development; Home Production and Time Allocation; Structural Transformation.
Arizona State University: Associate and Full Professor, 2003-present; Free University of Berlin: Bundesbank Foundation Professor, 2011; Universidad Carlos III de Madrid: Assistant and Associate Professor, 1999-2003; University of Warwick: Lecturer, 1995-2001; University of Southampton: Part-time Professor, 2002-2004.
Associate Editor of the Economic Journal, 2002-2004; Referee for American Economic Review, Econometrica, Journal of Political Economy, Review of Economic Studies, Quarterly Journal of Economics.
Corporate and Public Sector Leadership
CESifo Research Fellow, 2006-present; Research Afiliate, Centre for Economic Policy Research, 1997-2004; Consultant (for various companies and public administrations, e.g., the State Ministry of Social Affairs, Dresden, Germany), 1991-1992; Organizer of the Christmas Meeting for German Expat Economists, 2004-present.
“Sectoral Technology and Structural Transformation” (with Christopher Herrington and Akos Valentinyi). American Economic Journal: Macroeconomics 7, October 2015, 1-31.
“Why is Measured Productivity so Low in Agriculture?” (with Todd Schoellman). Review of Economic Dynamics 18, October 2015, 1003-1022.
“Growth and Structural Transformation” (with Richard Rogerson and Akos Valentinyi). Chapter 6, The Handbook of Economic Growth, Volume 2, Editors: Philippe Aghion and Steven N. Durlauf, Elsevier, 2014, 855-941.
"Two Perspectives on Preferences and Structural Transformation" (with Richard Rogerson and Akos Valentinyi). American Economic Review 103, December 2013, 2752-2789.
"Which Sectors Make Poor Countries so Unproductive?" (with Akos Valentinyi). Journal of the European Economic Association 10, April 2012, 323-341.
"Barriers to Entry and Development" (with Arilton Teixeira). International Economic Review 52, April 2011, 573-602.
“Measuring Factor Income Shares at the Sector Level” (with Akos Valentinyi). Review of Economic Dynamics 11, October 2008, 820-835.
"Ruling out Multiplicity and Indeterminacy: The Role of Heterogeneity" (with Akos Valentinyi and Robert Waldmann). Review of Economic Studies 67, April 2000, 295-307.
"Transparency, Reputation and Credibility under Floating and Pegged Exchange Rates." Journal of International Economics, 49 October 1999, 31-50.
"Rogoff's Conservative Central Banker Restored" (with Ben Lockwood). Journal of Money, Credit, and Banking 29, November 1997 (Part 1), 476-495.
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ECN 594 - Conference and Workshop
Topical instruction, usually in compressed format, leading to academic credit. Often offered off campus to groups of professionals.
ECN 791 - Seminar
A small class emphasizing discussion, presentations by students, and written research papers.