Work in progress
Some of my work is still work in progress and has not yet made it to the publication stage. Some other work has been published, but there is still a working paper out.
"How beneficial are capital inflows for economiccatch-up? Lessons from the euro periphery", Working Paper, DAAD Partnershipon Economic Development Studies, 11/2013
"The New Consensus from a Traditional Keynesian and Post-Keynesian Perspective”, IMK Working Paper 12/2009, ISSN 1861-2199.
"Improving Economic Stability in Europe: What the Euro Area can learn from the United States' Unemployment Insurance", SWP Discussion Paper FG 1; 2007/11, August 2007.
"Integrating the macro-economic dimension into the EU budget: reasons, instruments and the question of democratic legitimacy", (mit Daniela Schwarzer), EU-Consent EU Budget Working Paper No.4, Juni 2007.
"Does the Dispersion of Unit Labor Cost Dynamics in the EMU Imply Long-run Divergence? Results from a Comparison with the United States of America and Germany", (mit Ulrich Fritsche), DIW Discussion Paper No. 674; also published as Working Paper of the Universität Hamburg, Department of Economics and Politics Discussion Papers, Macroeconomics and Finance Series, No. 2/2007.
"How Bad is Divergence in the Euro-zone? Lessons from the US States and the German Länder", Universität Hamburg, Department of Economics and Politics Discussion Papers, Macroeconomics and Finance Series, No. 5/2006.
"China's Changing Competitive Position: Lessons from a Unit-Labor-Cost-Based REER", UNCTAD Background Paper, 2004.
"Measuring China’s Fiscal Policy Stance", UNCTAD Background Paper, 2004.