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Leopold von Thadden

Economics

Division

Monetary Policy Strategy

Current Position

Principal Economist

Fields of interest

Macroeconomics and Monetary Economics,Public Economics

Email

Leopold.Von_Thadden@ecb.europa.eu

Other current responsibilities

Principal Economist, Monetary Policy Strategy Division

Education

Freie Universität Berlin; Duke University; London School of Economics; Otto-von-Guericke- Universität Magdeburg

Professional experience

Deutsche Bundesbank, 1998-2004

European Central Bank, since 2004

Visiting Professor, Macroeconomics, Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz, 2011-2014

Teaching experience

Courses in Macroeconomics and Monetary Economics: Bachelor, Master, PhD-level (Universität Mainz)

Graduate courses at GSEFM, Goethe Universität Frankfurt

2018
Macroeconomic Dynamics (forthcoming)
On the effectiveness of fiscal devaluations in a monetary union
  • A. Lipinska and L. v. Thadden
2016
Macroeconomic Dynamics
Interest rate effects of demographic changes in a New-Keynesian life-cycle framework
  • E. Kara and L. v. Thadden
2013
Journal of International Economics
When do cooperation and commitment matter in a monetary union?
  • H. Kempf and L. v. Thadden
2012
Journal of Macroeconomics
Monetary policy rules in an OLG model with non-superneutral money
  • L. v. Thadden
2010
Journal of Public Economic Theory
Debt stabilizing fiscal rules
  • P. Michel
  • L. v. Thadden
  • J.-P. Vidal
2009
Journal of Money, Credit and Banking
Distortionary taxation, debt, and the price level
  • A. Schabert and L. v. Thadden
2008
Journal of Economic Theory
Monetary and fiscal policy interactions in a new-Keynesain model with capital accumulation and non-Ricardian consumers
  • C. Leith and L. v. Thadden
2008
German Economic Review
Optimal factor taxation under wage bargaining - a dynamic perspective
  • E. Koskela and L. v. Thadden
2006
CESifo Economic Studies
Dynamic stochastic general equilibrium models as a tool for policy analysis
  • J. Kremer
  • G. Lombardo
  • L. v. Thadden
  • T. Werner
2004
Economic Journal
Budgetary policy and unemployment dynamics in an OLG model with collective wage bargaining
  • L. Kaas and L. v. Thadden
2004
Journal of Macroeconomics
Active monetary policy, passive fiscal policy and the value of public debt: some further monetarist arithmetic
  • L. v. Thadden
2003
German Economic Review
Unemployment, factor substitution, and capital formation
  • L. Kaas and L. v. Thadden
2002
Oxford Economic Papers
Money, inflation, and capital formation in a model of overlapping generations with multiple means of payment
  • L. v. Thadden
1999
Springer
Money, inflation, and capital formation. An analysis of the long run from the perspective of overlapping generations models
  • L. v. Thadden