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Office hours of Prof. Enders during the semester break take place upon appointment (via e-mail) only.
New paper version (Alexandra Born and Zeno Enders): Global Banking, Trade, and the International Transmission of the Great Recession
New paper version (Zeno Enders and Hendrik Hakenes): Market Depth, Leverage, and Speculative Bubbles
New publication (Almira Enders, Zeno Enders and Mathias Hoffmann): International Financial Market Integration, Asset Compositions, and the Falling Exchange Rate Pass-Through, Journal of International Economics, forthcoming
New paper version (Zeno Enders, Michael Kleeman and Gernot Müller): Growth Expectations, undue Optimism, and short-run Fluctuations, update of CEPR Discussion Paper 11521
New publication (Almira Enders and Zeno Enders): Second-round effects after oil price shocks: Evidence for the euro area and Germany, Economics Letters, forthcoming
Zeno Enders, together with Gernot Müller (University of Tübingen) organized the workshop "Exchange Rate Adjustment in the Euro Area" in the Framework of the CESifo Venice Summer Institute 2017. It took place on San Servolo, Venice, 12-13 June. Keynote speakers were Barry Eichengreen and Charles Engel. Further information can be found here.
Dr. Jochen Andritzky, Secretary General at the German Council of Economic Experts (Sachverständigenrat zur Begutachtung der gesamtwirtschaftlichen Entwicklung), was invited by the Chair to give a talk on ˮTime for Reforms: Central Messages of the Annual Economic Report” on January 18, Campus Bergheim.
Zeno Enders has been awarded a Marsilius Fellowship for the class of 2017/18. He will work together with sinologist Enno Giele on an interdisciplinary project entitled ‘Monetary Policy and Inflation during the Premodern Era in China.’
Fabian Schupp (Deutsche Bundesbank) gave a talk on "Die unkonventionelle Geldpolitik der EZB" on Tuesday, July 12 at 18.15-19.15 in the lecture hall (Hörsaal), Campus Bergheim.
Dr. Christopher Milde, Senior Consultant at NERA Economic Consulting Berlin, gave a talk about "Ökonomie in der wettbewerbspolitischen Praxis" on Wednesday, June 15, at 18.15-19.15 in the lecture hall (Hörsaal), Campus Bergheim.
The paper "Global Banks and International Business Cycles" by Robert Kollmann, Zeno Enders and Gernot Müller came in 3rd among the most cited papers in the European Economic Review since 2011.
Christian Zimmermann included the paper "Global Banking, Trade, and the International Transmission of the Great Recession" by Zeno Enders and Alexandra Peter on his NEP-DGE blog.
Zeno Enders has been awarded a Marsilius Fellowship for the class of 2016/17. He will work together with experimental physicist Rüdiger Klingeler on an interdisciplinary project entitled ‘Interactions and dynamics in complex systems: External influences in magnetism and macroeconomics.’