I am a lecturer at Bard College Berlin and have worked as a guest lecturer at the Berlin School for Economics and Law in Berlin from 2012-14 and as a visiting professor for Latin American macroeconomics at Free University of Berlin’s Latin American Institute in summer 2014. I completed my doctoral degree in 2008 after participating in the PhD program “Globalization and Employment” at the University of Oldenburg. In this blog I write about stuff that crosses my mind, mostly from Economics and related fields. I try to keep the vocabulary simple so that hopefully everybody can understand it. That is why the blog is named econoblog101. The views expressed here are my own, and this website is not affiliated with Bard College Berlin or any other institution.
My articles can be downloaded here.
My book “Geld und Kredit: eine €-päische Perspektive” is presented on geldundkredit.info (in German).
The Samuel-Pufendorf-Society for political economy’s website, which is in German, can be found under http://www.pufendorf-gesellschaft.org/. The society is a tax-exempt NGO that focuses on sponsoring academic research on money and financial issues and the transfer of scientific content into the public sphere.
Editing of my articles: In case I make some mistake(s) using the English language I will edit my posts after publishing them. I will and have not changed any content in order to change my view or my arguments. If I do, or if I want to add something interesting, I write UPDATE: DD/MM/YY below the original text.
Commenting: Comments that I find interesting will be approved. Since there are not many comments yet, I might change the policy at a later date.
Front page picture: taken at Machu Picchu, Peru. Location on Google Maps.