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Axel H. Börsch-Supan Edit Profile

researcher , Economics educator

Axel H. Börsch-Supan, economics educator, researcher. Fellow German National Fellowship Foundation, 1972-1980, Jt. Center Urban Studies, Massachusetts Institute of Technology-Harvard University, 1982-1984, Sloan Foundation, 1983, McKinsey Global Institute, Washington, 1995-1996; scholar department economics Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1981-1982.

Background

Börsch-Supan, Axel H. was born on December 28, 1954.

Education

Bachelor in Mathematics, University Munich, 1976. Bachelor in Economic, University Munich, 1976. Master of Arts in Mathematics, University Bonn, West Germany, 1980.

Doctor of Philosophy in Economic, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1984.

Career

Assistant professor public policy John Fitzgerald Kennedy School Government, Harvard University, 1984-1987. Assistant professor economics University Dortmund, Germany, 1987-1989. Associate professor economics University Mannheim, Germany, 1989-1991, professor Germany, since 1991, chairman department economics Germany, 1994-1995, director Institute Economics and Statistics Germany, since 1997, director Mannheim Research Institute for the Economics of Aging Germany, since 2001.

Faculty research fellow National Bureau Economic Research, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1985-1990, research associate, since 1990. Visiting research associate University California, Berkeley, 1992. Harris visiting professor Dartmouth College, 2002.

Board directors Center for Surveys, Methods and Analyses, Mannheim. Member advisory council to Economics Ministry, Berlin. Member science advisory board Kiel (Germany) Institute Economics.

Consultant The World Bank, Washington, Moore Capital Group, London, Empirica, Bonn, numerous others.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Associate editor Regional Science and Urban Economics.

Membership

Fellow Center European Policy Research. Member German Economic Association (member council). Member Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences, Germany Academy Sciences Leopoldina.

Connections

Married; 3 children.