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Economics educator

Jürgen von Hagen, German economics educator. Research grantee German National Science Foundation, since 1994. Elder Methodist Church, Neustadt, Germany, 1994-1996. Fellow Center for Economic Policy Research; member American Economic Association, European Economic Association.

Background

Hagen, Jürgen von was born on December 14, 1955 in Iserlohn, Westfalia, Germany. Son of Ulrich and Ursula Margaret (Stamm) von Hagen.

Education

Diploma in economics, University Bonn, Germany, 1981. Doctor of Philosophy in Economics, University Bonn, Germany, 1985.

Career

Research assistant University Bonn, 1981-1987. From assistant to associate professor Indiana University, Bloomington, 1987-1992. Professor University Mannheim, Germany, 1992-1996.

Professor, director Center for European Studies University Bonn, Germany, since 1996. Adjunct professor Indiana University, Bloomington, since 1992. Consultant International Monetary Fund, Washington, 1992, 93, 95, European Commission, Brussels, 1992, 94, 95, Swedish Government, Stockholm, since 1994.

Member Baltic Economic Commission, 1989-1991. Member Economic Committee of the French Republic, since 1999. Member academy advisory council German Minister of Economics, since 2001.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Flexible Integration, 1995, American Economic Review, 1996. Editor: Policies and Institutions in an Integrated Europe, 1995. Co-author: The European Monetary System and European Monetary Integration, 1992.

Membership

Elder Methodist Church, Neustadt, Germany, 1994-1996. Fellow Center for Economic Policy Research. Member American Economic Association, European Economic Association.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Playing viola.

Connections

Married Ilse D'ham, November 20, 1981. Children: Carolyn Elizabeth, Leonie Hildegard, Tobias Alexander, Benjamin Ulrich.

father:
Ulrich Hagen

mother:
Ursula Margaret (Stamm) Hagen

spouse:
Ilse D'ham

children:
Carolyn Elizabeth Hagen

Leonie Hildegard Hagen

Tobias Alexander Hagen

Benjamin Ulrich Hagen