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Philipp Hartmann

Research

Division

Current Position

Deputy Director General

Fields of interest

Financial Economics, International Economics, Macroeconomics and Monetary Economics

Email

philipp.hartmann@ecb.europa.eu

Biography

Other current responsibilities
2015-

Coordinator, Committee on Financial Integration, European Central Bank

2010-

Associate Editor, Journal of Financial Stability

2006-

Research Fellow, Centre for Economic Policy Research, London, United Kingdom

2010-2014

Chairman, ESCB Macroprudential Research Network (MaRs)

1997-2006

Research Affiliate, Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR), London, United Kingdom

Chairman Editorial Board of the ECB Working Paper series

Chairman ECB Lamfalussy Fellowship Program

Co-Editor ECB Research Bulletin

Member ECB Macroprudential Contact Group

Member ECB Committee on Financial Integration

Member Scientific Committee Fondation Banque de France

Education
1993-1996

Doctorat en Sciences Economiques, DELTA (ENS-EHESS-CNRS), Paris, France, European Doctoral Program in Quantitative Economics

1992-1993

MA in Economics (Monetary and Macroeconomics), Université Catholique de Louvain, Belgium

1986-1992

Diplom in Volkswirtschaftslehre, Universität Mannheim, Germany

Professional experience
2011-

Deputy Director General - Directorate General Research, European Central Bank, Frankfurt, Germany

2011-2011

Principal Adviser - Directorate General Research, European Central Bank, Frankfurt, Germany

Chaired part-time professor for Macro-financial Economics, Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands, since 2010

Vice President of SUERF, The European Money and Finance Forum, Vienna, Austria, 2006-2011

Head of the Financial Research Division at the European Central Bank, Directorate General Research, Frankfurt, Germany, 6/2004-3/2011

Principal of the Economic and Financial Research Unit at the European Central Bank, Directorate General Research, Frankfurt, Germany, 1/1999-5/2004

Senior Economist at the European Central Bank, Directorate General Research, General Economic Research Division, Frankfurt, Germany, 6/1998-12/1998

Economist at the European Monetary Institute, Monetary, Economics and Statistics Department, Stage Three Division, Frankfurt, Germany, 10/1997-5/1998

Research Fellow in Financial Regulation at the London School of Economics and Political Science, Financial Markets Group, London, United Kingdom, 10/1995-9/1997

Policy work: Contributions to ECOFIN Council, ECB Governing and General Council, ECB Executive Board, European Systemic Risk Board, European Commission fora, Basel Committee on Banking Supervision, IMF Article IV consultations, United Nations Economic Commission for Europe, Bank of England Central Bank Governors’ Symposium, Center for European Policy Studies Chief Economist Meeting, European League for Economic Cooperation, ECB Monthly Bulletin and Annual Report, ECB Financial Stability Review, ECB Report on Financial Integration in Europe, ECB Review of the International Role of the Euro and other reports; Chair or member of various internal and external task forces and working groups

Awards
2002

First CEPR/European Summer Institute Prize for the best central bank research paper

1992

EU Commission scholarship "Human Capital and Mobility"

Teaching experience
1999-2005

Design and teaching of various courses and modules in finance, microeconomics, macroeconomics and international economics - European Central Bank, Frankfurt, Germany

1992-1992

Market Economics - Eastern German civil servants after reunification, Riesa, Germany

ECB publications
20 December 2018
22 August 2018
ECB Forum on Central Banking
28 May 2015
15 February 2012
24 September 2007
26 July 2007
28 September 2005
17 March 2004
20 November 2003
1 May 2003
1 May 2002
1 October 2001
1 July 2001
1 November 2000
1 April 2000
External publications
2012
Journal of International Economics
Financial Integration, Specialisation and Systemic Risk
  • Fecht
  • F.
  • Grüner
  • H.-P.
  • and Hartmann
  • P.
2012
Oxford Handbook of Banking, Oxford University Press
Systemic Risk in Banking: An Update
  • O. de Bandt
  • P. Hartmann and J. Peydro
2010
Journal of Empirical Finance
Heavy Tails and Currency Crises
  • P. Hartmann
  • S. Straetmans and C. de Vries
2008
Oxford University Press
Handbook of European Financial Markets and Institutions
  • X. Freixas
  • P. Hartmann and C. Mayer (eds.)
2007
Geneva Report on the World Economy
International Financial Stability
  • R. Ferguson
  • P. Hartmann
  • F. Panetta and R. Portes
2007
Journal of Money, Credit and Banking
Bank Mergers, Competition and Liquidity
  • E. Carletti
  • P. Hartmann and G. Spagnolo
2005
The Risks of Financial Institutions (National Bureau of Economic Research and Chicago University Press)
Banking System Stability: A Cross-Atlantic Perspective
  • P. Hartmann
  • S. Straetmans and C. de Vries
2005
Central Banking
Managing Financial Research in Central Banks
  • P. Hartmann and M. Kwast
2004
Review of Economics and Statistics
Asset Market Linkages in Crisis Periods
  • P. Hartmann
  • S. Straetmans and C. de Vries
2003
Oxford Review of Economic Policy
The Euro-area Financial System: Structure, Integration and Policy Initiatives
  • P. Hartmann
  • A. Maddaloni and S. Manganelli
2002
Economic Policy
Features of the Euro’s Role in International Financial Markets
  • C. Detken and P. Hartmann
2001
Journal of International Money and Finance
The Microstructure of the Euro Money Market
  • P. Hartmann
  • M. Manna and A. Manzanares
2000
International Finance
The Euro and International Capital Markets
  • C. Detken and P. Hartmann
1999
Journal of Banking and Finance
Trading Volumes and Transaction Costs in the Foreign Exchange Market: Evidence from Daily Dollar-Yen Spot Data
  • P. Hartmann
1998
Journal of International Money and Finance
Do Reuters spreads reflect currencies' differences in global trading activity?
  • P. Hartmann
1998
Risk
Extreme Returns, Value-at-Risk and the Basel Multiplication Factor
  • J. Danielsson
  • P. Hartmann and C. de Vries
1998
Cambridge University Press
Currency Competition and Foreign Exchange Markets: The Dollar, the Yen and the Euro
  • P. Hartmann
1997
The Financial Regulator
Credit Derivatives: A New Beast to Be Tamed?
  • P. Hartmann