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Fédéric Holm-Hadulla

Monetary Policy

Division

Monetary Analysis

Current Position

Head of Section

Fields of interest

Macroeconomics and Monetary Economics, Financial Economics, Public Economics

Email

Federic.Holm-Hadulla@ecb.int

Biography

Education
2017-2018

PhD in Economics, Friedrich-Alexander-University, Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany

2003-2006

Diplom in Economics (equiv. to MA), Ludwig-Maximilians-University, Munich, Germany

2000-2003

Undergraduate Studies in Economics, Ruprecht-Karls-University, Heidelberg, Germany and CSU Fullerton, California, USA

Professional experience
2020-

Head of Section, Monetary Analysis Division, Directorate General Monetary Policy, European Central Bank

2018-2020

Adviser, Monetary Analysis Division, Directorate General Monetary Policy, European Central Bank

2012-2018

Principal Economist, Monetary Policy Strategy Division, Directorate General Monetary Policy, European Central Bank

2009-2012

Economist, Fiscal Policies Division, Directorate General Economics, European Central Bank

2006-2009

Junior Researcher, Ifo Institute, Munich, Germany

Awards
2018

First prize in the Best Paper Awards at the 2018 World Finance Conference

2002

Athletic Scholarship, Basketball NCAA Division I, CSU Fullerton, California, USA

External publications
2020
Regional Science and Urban Economics
Fiscal equalization and the tax structure
  • Holm-Hadulla
  • F.
2020
Journal of Money, Credit and Banking
Flow effects of central bank asset purchases on sovereign bond prices: Evidence from a natural experiment
  • De Santis
  • R. and Holm-Hadulla
  • F.
2015
Journal of International Money and Finance
Cost of borrowing shocks and fiscal adjustment
  • de Groot
  • O.
  • Holm-Hadulla
  • F. and Leiner-Killinger
  • N.
2013
Regional Science and Urban Economics
City size and the demand for local public goods
  • Büttner
  • T. and Holm-Hadulla
  • F.
2012
Applied Economics
The impact of expenditure rules on budgetary discipline over the cycle
  • Holm-Hadulla
  • F.
  • Hauptmeier
  • S. and Rother
  • P.