Prof. Dr. Michael Koetter
- 08/16-now Head Financial Markets department, Halle Institute for Economic Research (IWH).
- 08/16-now Professor of Financial Economics, Otto-von-Guericke University Magdeburg.
- 08/12-08/16 Professor of Banking and Finance, Frankfurt School of Finance and Management.
- 02/06-08/12 Professor International Financial & Monetary Economics, University of Groningen, NL.
- 06/10-08/12 Chaired Professor (ius promovendi )
- 11/09 - 05/10 Associate Professor (tenured)
- 02/06 - 10/09 Assistant Professor
- 06/05-12/05 Researcher, Economic Research Center, Deutsche Bundesbank.
- 11/02-06/05 Ph.D. Finance, Utrecht School of Economics, Utrecht, NL.
- 10/00-05/05 Consultant, The Boston Consulting Group (BCG), Hamburg, on leave 10/02-2/05.
- 09/96-07/00 M.Sc. International Economics ("Doctorandus"), Maastricht University, NL.
- 01/00-05/00 Finance exchange student, Stern School of Business, NYU, New York, US.
- 09/93-08/96 B.Sc. ("Betriebswirt (WAH)"), Wirtschaftsakademie Hamburg, Hamburg,
As of September 2016, Michael is a Professor of Financial Economics at the Otto-von-Guericke University in Magdeburg as well as head of the Financial Markets department and member of the board at the Leibniz Institute for Economic Research (IWH). He also serves as the director of the research center "Financial Intermediaries and the Real Economy (FIRE) at Frankfurt School of Finance since January 2015. Michael obtained his PhD in economics from Utrecht University and his MSc in international economics from the University of Maastricht. Michael is a member of the Scientific Advisory Board of the Research Data Center of Deutsche Bundesbank, he was a visitor at Sveriges Riksbank, and he was selected a Wim Duisenberg fellow of the European Central Bank in 2013. Current research interests concern the consequences of unorthodox monetary policy for the real economy, international banking and policy transmission, and Finance 4.0, such as crowdfunding. Michael s research was funded by, for example, the Netherlands Organization of Scientific Research (NWO), the Commerzbank foundation, and the Leibniz Association. His work appeared in both general interest and field journals, such as The Review of Economics and Statistics, The Review of Financial Studies, and others.