Ulrich Fritsche is an economist who is affiliated with the University Hamburg, Department Economics and Politics, as an assistant professor and as a senior economic researcher with the German Institute for Economic Research (DIW Berlin). He holds a diploma and a Ph.D. degree both from the Free University Berlin and has been involved in applied policy analysis, forecasting, and broad macroeconomic research for a decade. His main topics of research include: monetary policy analysis, European integration, the interaction of labor market reforms and macroeconomics performance, and inflation expectation dynamics. Ulrich Fritsche served as consultant to UNCTAD and for several projects in developing and transition countries. Check out http://www.ulrich-fritsche.net for further information.
Recent Blog Posts by Ulrich Fritsche
- How large will the slowdown be in the Eurozone and Germany?
- Labour productivity growth in good old Germany: is Germany falling further behind?
- Divergence in Europe: what measure, what for?
- The case against stabilization policy — why is the discussion in the U.S. often so different from Europe?
- Germany: The shadow side of the rocky reform road
- Nullum crimen, nulla poena sine praevia lege poenali: A Reply to Ester Faia and Ignazio Angeloni
- Germany’s Rocky Road to Full Employment
- The German Turnaround: The reform story revisited, part II