Karsten Staehr is professor of international and public fiannce at Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia, and research supervisor at Eesti Pank, the Estonian Central Bank. He is a Danish national and has master and Ph.D. degrees from the University of Copenhagen and a master degree from Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA. He is interested in many areas within economics and has undertaken research and applied analysis within labour economics, public economics, monetary economics, transition economics and applied econometrics. Karsten Staehr can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Karsten Staehr has previously worked as an econometrician at Statistics Denmark, a consultant for the World Bank in Washington D.C., a lecturer at the University of Copenhagen, a EuroFaculty lecturer at Vilnius University (Lithuania), a senior advisor at the Central Bank of Norway, a EuroFaculty lecturer at the University of Tartu (Estonia), a visiting research fellow at the Bank of Finland Institute for Economies in Transition (BOFIT), Helsinki, and a senior economist at the Economic Assessment Institute in Copenhagen.
All viewpoints expressed by Karsten Staehr in this blog are his personal viewpoints and not necessarily those of the institutions to which he is affiliated.
Recent Blog Posts by Karsten Staehr
- How Do the Baltic Countries Cope?
- What is wrong with corrective taxation?
- The Economic Downturn in the Baltics – it is Time to Call it a Depression
- Economic crisis in the Baltics: It is time to break the piggy bank
- Update from the Baltic countries
- Oh no, the Lisbon Treaty again
- Inflation in the Baltics: on its way down?
- Where are the Baltic Tigers heading?
- The EU should remove all custom duties and trade restrictions!
- Why the Maastricht inflation criterion has become harder to satisfy
- Mr. Trichet goes to China
- Let us not take our eyes off fiscal policy in Europe
- The new (non-constitution) reform treaty for Europe: how will it affect economic policy?