Rüdiger Bachmann

Stepan Family Associate Professor   
Curriculum Vitae (long)
Department of Economics Curriculum Vitae (short)
University of Notre Dame Bio

Research Affiliate Research
Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR)

Popular Writing and
Other Stuff
Research Network Fellow
CESifo Munich

Research Professor My Google scholar
ifo Munich My IDEAS

A video about me at Notre Dame
Nanovich Institute for European Studies, Notre Dame
Turns out I have a Wikipedia page
(in German)

Here are the slides for a keynote Expectations Are Observables. And We Haven’t Even Started Yet . . .
I gave at a great conference in Hamburg on "Household Surveys in Macroeconomics."

I am honored to have been the keynote speaker in the first panel of the Handelsblatt/Stifterverband
conference on Popular Press Ökonomie Neu Denken. My topic was: Die Zukunft der Makroökonomik –
statt Revolution (the future of macroeconomics - evolution instead of revolution).
Here is a video link. Here the pdf slides.

Here is my interview with FAZIT / Gerald Braunberger on Greece and German vs. Anglo-Saxon
economics / economists.

Here is my Forschungs und Lehre Artikel "Professor ist Professor" on the US-German differences in
academic careers in Economics. Here is an extended version of this article.

Since 2015 I am "Executive Council Member for Career Development"
in the German Economic Association (Verein f
ür Socialpolitik). My English webpage is here, the
German one here. I have recently started a blog there (mostly in German) that is also twittered
and can be followed on Facebook.

Here is the seventh installment of my (irregular) FAZIT column (in German, it's called Konferenzgeflüster).
The idea: I regularly go to a few conferences every year and I hear so much good and interesting
new research that likely will never be seen by a general audience, even though it might be interesting
to the interested public at large. I figured: why not briefly talk about it with one of the excellent
FAZIT journalists? There is just too much bad reporting about what allegedly economists do and how
they allegedly worship a certain political and social ideology, so that I hope to give the general public
a better glimpse
at least into what academic economists are really doing.
Extra kudos to FAZIT which currently seems to be the only German media outlet where
one can have a serious and non-ideological discussion on Economics as an academic discipline.
The earlier installments can be found here, here, here, here, here and

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