Dr. Carsten-Patrick Meier

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Dr. Carsten-Patrick Meier is managing director of Kiel Economics. He studied economics in Göttingen and Kiel. Prof. Dr. Juergen B. Donges, the later chairperson of the panel of experts of the survey concerning the macroeconomic development, supervised his doctoral dissertation.

Between 1998 and 2008 he conducted the research programme Economic situation in Germany at the Kiel Institute for the World Economy. Later he managed the field of research Risks in the Banking Sector. Dr. Meier is the author of papers on the development of the macroeconomic situation, financial markets, and banks. Additionally, he publishes influential articles in high-ranked academic and business journals concerning innovations in macroeconomic modelling and forecasting.

Peter Hennecke

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Dr. Peter Hennecke is a researcher at Kiel Economics. His responsibilities include the macroeconomic analysis and forecasting of the European Monetary Union. He is also researching and teaching at the chair of money and credit of the University of Rostock.

He studied economics at the University of Rostock and the University of Georgia’s Terry College of Business. He majored in banking and financial markets as well as econometrics. In 2016, he received his doctorate in economics from the University of Rostock for a dissertation on monetary unions.

Finn Dumoulin, né Weiß

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Finn Dumoulin works as a researcher for Kiel Economic. His major research area are sectoral analyses.

He recieved his B.Sc. in economics (major) with business admistration (minor) from the Christian-Albrechts-University Kiel. In December 2014 he graduated as a M.Sc. in quantitative economics.

Lennart Brandt

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Lennart Brandt works as a research assistant for Kiel Economics. His major areas of responsibility are database administration and national accounts.

He received his B.Sc. in economics from the Albert-Ludwigs-University in Freiburg (Breisgau). Since October 2014 he is working towards his M.Sc. in Quantitative Economics at Christian-Albrechts-University in Kiel.

Christopher Dahl

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Christopher Dahl works as a research assistant for Kiel Economics.

Since Oktober 2014 he is working towards his B.Sc. in Economics at Christian-Albrechts-University in Kiel.

Dr. Jonas Dovern

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Dr. Jonas Dovern is cooperating partner of Kiel Economics. He studied econometrics at Maastricht University (Netherlands), and participated in the Advanced Studies Program at the Kiel Institute for the World Economy. In 2009 he received his doctorate from Kiel University on expectations and forecasts of financial markets.

Between 2005 and 2008 he was researcher at the Forecasting Center of the Kiel Institute, while he also worked at other fields of research, specifically Financial Policy and Risks in the Banking Sector. Dr. Dovern publishes essays in economic journals on methods of forecasting, on the economic development, on the emergence of expectations, and on the stability of the banking sector.

Lisa Fenn

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Lisa Fenn holds a diploma in economics and takes care of all administrational processes at Kiel Economics, especially accountancy. She studied economics in Kiel and Uppsala and worked at several positions in tax advisory.


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Prognostiker des Jahres 2007 und 2009.
For the second time employees of Kiel Economics are among the "Prognostiker des Jahres" (forecasters of the year) according to the Financial Times Deutschland.

Prognostiker des Jahres

Zusammen mit den Kollegen vom Kieler Institut für Weltwirtschaft (IfW) kamen Mitarbeiter von Kiel Economics bei der Ermittlung des „Prognostikers des Jahres 2009“ auf den zweiten Platz, laut Auswertung der Financial Times Deutschland.

Das Kiel Economics/IfW-Team schätzte im Dezember 2008 die Stärke des Abschwungs im Jahr 2009 im Vergleich zu anderen deutschen Konjunkturprognostikern deutlich stärker ein und lag damit vorn. Im Jahr 2007 waren die Mitarbeiter von Kiel Economics zusammen mit dem IfW sogar auf den ersten Platz des Prognostiker-Rankings. Damals sagten sie Ende 2006 die Stärke des Aufschwungs im Jahr 2007 am treffsichersten voraus.