We combine a variety of research interests ranging from the Macroeconomics of Housing, Economic Growth, International Migration, Education Economics, Health Economics and the Economics of Ageing.
Our main goal is to conduct high-quality research that is relevant for economic policy.
We are particularly interested in the determinants of wealth accumulation, growth policy, social policy, the effects of demographic change, international migration as well as the distribution of wealth, health, income and education.
Our course offer is strongly related to our research activities and aims to reflect the state-of-the-art.
We offer lectures in Macroeconomics, International Economics and seminars on topics in international migration and economic growth.