Working Group Economics, esp. Macroeconomics

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    Welcome

    to the Chair of Economics, esp. Macroeconomics

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    Teaching

    Our focus is on providing theoretical foundations and quantitative methods for the analysis of complex macroeconomic relationships.

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    Research

    Our research approach is quantitative, built upon modern simulation-based and econometric methods.

Head and Topics

Prof. Dr. Torben Klarl

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Environment, Business-Cycles and Sustainability

Monetary Policy

Real Estate Markets

News

Economic Colloquium in Winter Term 2023/2024

In the Winter Term 2023/2024 the Economic Colloquium will take place in presence. Every Tuesday from 16:15 to 17:45 lectures will take place, which can be attended on campus in room F4090 (WiWi2). The first lecture, held by Moritz Drupp (University of Hamburg), will take place on November 07. To…


Angelina Hackmann receives the "Sonderpreises der Deutschen Bundesbank für wirtschaftswissenschaftliche Abschlussarbeiten"

We are very pleased that our former doctoral student and current employee at the Leibniz Institute SAFE in Frankfurt, Dr. Hackmann, has been awarded this year's "Sonderpreises der Deutschen Bundesbank für wirtschaftswissenschaftliche Abschlussarbeiten". The prize underlines the excellent…


Journal of Macroeconomics

New Publication: Subsistence Consumption and Natural Resource Depletion: Can resource-rich low-income countries realize sustainable consumption paths?

The paper titled "Subsistence consumption and natural resource depletion: can resource-rich low-income countries realize sustainable consumption paths? " has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Macroeconomics (https://www.sciencedirect.com/journal/journal-of-macroeconomics).


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Spotlight

Torben Klarl has published an article in the renowned journal Economics Letters on the topic of economic growth in the context of the progressive automation of production processes. With his co-author Torben Klarl presents a growth model which assumes an irreversibility in the investment decision capital vs. automation capital (robots, 3D printers etc.).

 

This paper is a valuable contribution to the project Energy Revolution, Digitalization and Labor Markets: The impact on Growth and Distribution of the Diginomics Research Group.

 

This article is also available as discussion paper #1903 from the series Bremen Papers on Economics& Innovation by the Insitute for economic research and policy (ierp).

Link to the discussion paper: http://elib.suub.uni-bremen.de/edocs/00107733-1.pdf

Torben Klarl has published a paper about the response of CO2 emissions to the business cycle in the leading scientific journal for energy economics, Energy Economics. Using a rolling-regression approach and a Regime-Switching model the author finds evidence for a regime-dependent emission elasticity in the U.S.. This contribution provides important information for the estimation and calibration of so-called dynamic general equilibrium models in an environmental context, so-called environmental DSGE models.

 

This paper is a valuable contribution to the project Energy Revolution, Digitalization and Labor Markets: The impact on Growth and Distribution of the Diginomics Research Group.

 

This article is also available as discussion paper #1902 from the series Bremen Papers on Economics& Innovation by the Insitute for economic research and policy (ierp).

Link to the discussion paper: http://elib.suub.uni-bremen.de/edocs/00107732-1.pdf

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