Dr. Andreas Hoffmann  


Leipzig University
Institute for Economic Policy
Grimmaische Straße 12
D-04109 Leipzig, Germany

Homepage: www.a-hoffmann.info
Email: ahoffmann(at)wifa.uni-leipzig.de
Phone: +49-(0) 341-9733566
Fax:     +49-(0) 341-9733569

Room: I240
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  • International Finance
  • Monetary Policy
  • Financial Integration
  • Financial Crises
  • Monetary and Financial History

Teaching / Activities

This semester I teach the graduate-level course Development of Financial Markets and Institutions.

Courses taught in previous semesters: Monetary Policy and Financial Stability, International Economics, International Economic PolicyLow-Interest Rate Policies and European Integration (European Studies).

I am also the organizer of the Leipzig Colloquium on the Foundations of the Market Order and a co-editor of ThinkMarkets Blog.

Current Work

Military Casualties and Exchange Rates During World War I: The Eastern versus the Western Front (with P. Duarte and M. Freidinger), SSRN Working Paper 2016.

The Use of Reserve Requirements as Financial Stability Tool: Evidence from the Bundesbank Legacy (with A. Löffler), Work in Progress 2016.

Ending Financial Repression (with G. Schnabl), Work in Progress 2016.

Bankruptcies and Economic Growth (with L. Kalliovirta and T. Malinen), Work in Progress 2016.

Selected Publications

Surplus Liquidity, Central Bank Losses and the Use of Reserve Requirements in Emerging Markets (with A. Löffler), Review of International Economics 25, 5, 990-998 (2017).

The Collateral Effects of Political Integration on Credit Growth in the New Member States of the EU, Economic Systems 40, 4, 658-669 (2016).

Policy Shifts and Financial Instability in Emerging Markets (with B. Urbansky), Review of Development Economics 19, 3, 455-469 (2015).

Low Interest Rate Policy and the Use of Reserve Requirements in Emerging Markets (with A. Löffler), The Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance 54, 3, 307-314 (2014).

A Vicious Cycle of Manias, Crises and Asymmetric Policy Responses - An Overinvestment View (with G. Schnabl), The World Economy 34, 3, 382-403 (2011).

letzte Änderung: 19.01.2018