FIW Trade Talks
“The German Economic Model in a New Era of Deglobalization.”
with Dalia Marin (TU Munich)
May 22, 2023, 4:00 p.m.
Online Event Series
Dear Ladies and Gentlemen,
FIW is pleased to announce another edition of FIW Trade Talks.
FIW Project Manager Harald Oberhofer speaks to University Professor Dalia Marin (TUM) on “The German Economic Model in a New Era of Deglobalization”.
FIW-Trade Talks is a series of events organized by the Competence Center Research Focus International Economics (FIW). International economic researchers or high-level policy makers are interviewed on current issues in international economics and economic policy.
Dalia Marin is Professor of International Economics at TUM School of Management, Technical University of Munich.
She was Professor of International Economics at Ludwig-Maximilians University of Munich (1998 – 2017), Associate Professor at Humboldt University Berlin (1994-1998), and until 1994 Assistant Professor at the Institute for Advanced Studies, Vienna. She has been Visiting Professor at Harvard University (2002-2003), (2011-2012), Stern School of Business, New York University (2007-2008) International Monetary Fund (2002), National Bureau of Economic Research, Cambridge, Mass (2002), Wissenschaftszentrum WZB Berlin (1995), European University Institute, Florence (1994).
She is a Senior Research Fellow at BRUEGEL, Brussels, a European Think Thank on Economic Policy in Europe, Fellow at the European Economic Association, Research Fellow at the Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR), London, Member of the Panel of Economic Policy (2010-2012). She has been Team Leader at the Russian European Centre for Economic Policy in Moscow and has acted as a consultant for the European Commission, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), London and the International Monetary Fund, Washington.
Harald Oberhofer is a Senior Economist at WIFO, the Austrian Institute of Economic Research. He is Professor of Economics at the Vienna University of Economics and Business. His research interests include International Economics, empirical Industrial Organisation and Applied Econometrics. Harald Oberhofer studied at the University of Innsbruck and holds a doctorate in Economics and Social Sciences from the University of Innsbruck.
Harald Oberhofer regularly serves as a consultant to international organisations such as the OECD and the World Bank, where he analyses the impact of institutional regulations on firm performance, also over the business cycle.