Jürgen von Hagen

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Jürgen von Hagen (born December 14, 1955 in Iserlohn ) is a German economist and professor at the University of Bonn . He is married to Dr. Ilse von Hagen and has four children.

Life and Research Area

After graduating from high school in 1975, Jürgen von Hagen studied economics and social sciences at the University of Dortmund and political science and economics at the University of Bonn . There he graduated in 1981 with a degree in economics. He received his Dr. rer. pol is doing his PhD. After teaching at Indiana University and Mannheim University , he returned to Bonn University in 1996. There he was Professor of Economics and Director of the Center for European Integration Research until 2006 . Since 1996 he has been director of the Institute for International Economic Policy. From 2009 to 2015 he was Vice Rector for Research and Junior Academic Personnel ; He initiated and heads the Honors Program , "which offers particularly motivated and high-performing students an additional offer that, among other things, is intended to familiarize them with different scientific cultures and concepts."

Von Hagen enjoys international recognition in particular through his work on European financial policy and monetary policy. According to the Handelsblatt economists ranking, von Hagen was among the 20 most important German-speaking economists in 2011. In addition to numerous publications in international journals, Jürgen von Hagen has written a large number of book contributions. He is the author or editor of over 250 publications. Jürgen von Hagen has been editor of the journal European Economic Review since 2003 . As a consultant he worked for the IMF , the World Bank , the European Commission , the European Central Bank , the Deutsche Bundesbank as well as for the German and other governments in Europe and beyond.

Jürgen von Hagen is a Christian and u. a. engaged as a preacher in various congregations. He is chairman of the supervisory board of the Christian special interest broadcaster ERF-Medien from Wetzlar and the pastoral board of the Clearnote Fellowship, Bloomington Indiana. He is the parish pastor of the free evangelical parish of Mülheim-Styrum.

Awards and memberships (selection)

Web links

Individual evidence

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  2. Final report of the Rectorate 2009–2015, p. 10. Accessed on January 27, 2019.
  3. Handelsblatt Ranking Economics 2011 Top 250 Life Achievements
  4. Jürgen von Hagen. Founding member. oekonomenstimme.de, accessed on July 11, 2013 .
  5. Supervisory Board. ERF.de , accessed on July 11, 2013 .
  6. https://muelheim-styrum.feg.de
  7. ^ Gossen Prize Winner. socialpolitik.org , accessed December 25, 2015 .
  8. Where financial research and financial practice come together, economic impulses arise that create the future.