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Alexander M. Danzer
KU Eichstätt-Ingolstadt Phone: +49 (0)841 937-21840
Department of Business Administration and Economics E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Auf der Schanz 49 Internet: www.ku.de/wwf/vwp/
Date of birth: November 15, 1978
Marital Status: Married, with two children (2011, 2014) Current Positions since 04/2015 Full Professor for Economics, Department of Business Administration and Economics, Catholic University Eichstätt-Ingolstadt since 10/2011 Lecturer for the Executive Master degree programme “Philosophy – Politics – Economics” at the University of Munich since 04/2008 Short Term Consultant to the World Bank, ECHDS: Europe and Central Asia Region, Human Development Sector, and ECSSD: Europe and Central Asia Region, Environmentally and Socially Sustainable Development Professional Experience 11/2014 Offer for professorship in Economics (W3), University of Regensburg (declined) 11/2010 – 03/2015 Juniorprofessor for Economics, University of Munich, Germany 09/2009 – 12/2014 Scientific Manager for the Research Project “Migration and Remittances in Central Asia:
Tajikistan”, including household data collection in Tajikistan, funded by VW-Foundation 10/2008 – 10/2010 Teaching Assistant at Royal Holloway College, University of London, UK 06/2009 – 08/2009 Short Term Expert Health Assessment, Moscow office, The World Bank 11/2007 – 10/2008 Analyst DIW econ GmbH; Advisory projects for KfW and GTZ in Ukraine and Namibia 05/2006 – 10/2008 Research Associate, German Institute for Economic Research (DIW Berlin), Germany Economic and Social Consequences of Industrial Restructuring in Russia and Ukraine;
funded by the EU’s 6th Framework Programme 02/2006 – 04/2006 Research Assistant at the Seminar for Comparative Economics, LMU Munich, Germany Affiliations and Elected Membership since 2014 Elected Member of the German Research Committee on Development Economics (AEL) since 2013 Research Fellow: CReAM – Centre for Research and Analysis of Migration, UCL London since 2011 Research Fellow: IZA – Institute for the Study of Labor, Bonn (Affiliate 2008-2011) since 2011 Research Fellow: IOS – Institute for East European Studies, Regensburg since 2011 Research Affiliate: CESifo, Munich Research Interest Development Economics, Labour Economics, Applied Econometrics, Social Policy, Health, Migration Education 2006 – 2010 PhD in Economics, Royal Holloway College, University of London, UK Advisors: Prof. Peter Dolton, Prof. Victor Lavy, Prof. Jonathan Wadsworth 2008 – 2009 Programme in Skills of Teaching to Inspire Learning, accredited by Higher Education Academy 05 – 06/2007 Research Visit at Kiev School of Economics (KSE), Kiev, Ukraine 01/2006 Diploma in Economics, Ludwig-Maximilians-University of Munich, Germany 06/2005 Diploma in Human Geography, Ludwig-Maximilians-University of Munich, Germany 1999 – 2005 Studies in Economics and Human Geography at the Universities of Munich, Berlin and Prague Grants, Awards and Prizes 2013 – 2018 Elected Fellow, Die Junge Akademie (German Young Academy of Sciences) 2011 Atomium Culture, European scientific newspaper competition (article selected) 2010 Royal Holloway College Teaching Prize 2010 Econometric Society Travel Grant for the World Congress Shanghai, Travel Grant of the DAAD 2009 Heinz König Young Scholar Award for best paper (ZEW Mannheim) 2009 Royal Economic Society Conference Grant 2008 – 2010 Thomas Holloway Research Scholarship (plus fee waiver) 2007 Best Paper Award at the DSA Conference 2007, Sussex, UK 2001 – 2005 German National Merit Foundation (Studienstiftung des Deutschen Volkes), Scholarships of the Czech Government, the German Academic Exchange Service DAAD and the Haniel Foundation.
Peer-Reviewed Publications Ethnic Concentration and Language Fluency of Immigrants: Evidence from the Guest-Worker Placement in Germany.
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 2016, forthcoming. (joint with F. Yaman).
Relations between Residential and Workplace Segregation among Newly Arrived Immigrant Men and Women.
Cities, 2016, forthcoming. (joint with M. Strömgren, T. Tammaru, M. van Ham) The Future of Pensions: Reforms and Their Consequences – Guest editors’ introduction. National Institute Economic Review, 2016, Vol. 234: R1-R5. (joint with R. Disney, P. Dolton, C. Rosazza-Bondibene).
Who Wins? Evaluating the Impact of UK Public Sector Pension Scheme Reforms.
National Institute Economic Review, 2016, Vol. 234: R38-R46. (joint with C. Rosazza-Bondibene, P. Dolton).
The Long-Run Consequences of Chernobyl: Evidence on Subjective Well-Being, Mental Health and Welfare.
Journal of Public Economics, 2016, Vol. 135: 47-60. (joint with N. Danzer) Factors Shaping Workplace Segregation between Natives and Immigrants. Demography, 2014, Vol. 51:645-671.
(joint with M. Strömgren, T. Tammaru, M. van Ham, S. Marcinczak, O. Stjernström, U. Lindgren) Showing off to the new neighbors? Socio-economic status, income and consumption patterns of internal migrants.
Journal of Comparative Economics, 2014, Vol. 42, 1: 230–245. (joint with B. Dietz, K. Gatskova and A.
Schmillen) Labour Migration from Eastern Europe and the EU’s Quest for Talents. Journal of Common Market Studies, 2014, Vol. 52, 2: 183-199. (joint with B. Dietz) Benefit Generosity and the Income Effect on Labour Supply: Quasi-Experimental Evidence. Economic Journal, 2013, Vol. 123, 571: 1059-1084.
Do Ethnic Enclaves Impede Immigrants’ Integration? Evidence from a Quasi-Experimental Social-Interaction Approach. Review of International Economics, 2013, Vol. 21, 2: 311-325. (joint with F. Yaman)
Total Reward and Pensions in the UK in the Public and Private Sectors. Labour Economics, 2012, Vol. 19, 4:
584-594. (joint with P. Dolton) Integration, Social Networks and Economic Success of Immigrants. A Case Study of the Turkish Community in Berlin. Kyklos, 2011, Vol. 64, 3: 342-365. (joint with H. Ulku) Poverty during Transition: Household Survey Evidence from Ukraine. Journal of Comparative Economics, 2010, Vol. 38, 2: 123-145. (joint with T. Brück, A. Muravyev, N. Weisshaar) Migration Patterns in a Remittances Dependant Economy. Evidence from the Global Financial Crisis.
Migration Letters, 2010, Vol. 7, 2: 190-202. (joint with O. Ivaschenko) Battlefields of Ethnic Symbols. Public Space and Post-Soviet Identity Formation from a Minority Perspective.
Europe-Asia Studies, 2009, Vol. 61, 9: 1557-1577.
Other Scientific Publications Bilingualism and Economic Performance. In: Wickström, B.-A. and M. Gazzola (eds.): The Economics of Language Policy. 2016, MIT Press: Cambridge, MA. (joint with A. Aldashev). ISBN: 978-0-262-03470-8.
Temporary Labour Migration from Eastern Europe: The Role of Human Capital Investment and Migration Agencies.
In: Nadler, R. et al. (eds.): Return Migration and Regional Development in Europe. 2016, Palgrave Macmillan: London: 131-146 (joint with B. Dietz). ISBN: 978-1-137-57508-1.
Methoden der ökonomischen Migrationsforschung. In: Brinkmann, H.U. and D.B. Maehler (eds.): Methoden der
Migrations- und Integrationsforschung – Lehrbuch und Forschungsleitfaden. 2016, Springer VS: Heidelberg:
Die psychischen Langzeitfolgen der Nuklearkatastrophe von Tschernobyl. In: Ifo-Schnelldienst, 2016, No. 69 (07):
33-38. (joint with N. Danzer and A. Fichtl) Die psychischen Langzeitfolgen der Nuklearkatastrophe von Tschernobyl. In: Ukraine-Analysen, 2016, No. 167: 13joint with N. Danzer) The EU’s failure to attract the most talented temporary migrants from Eastern Partnership states is exacerbated by skill-downgrading among immigrants. European Politics and Policy EUROPP. London School of Economics Blog, 12 May, 2014. URL: http://bit.ly/SIYkvY. (joint with B. Dietz) Tajikistan Household Panel Survey: Migration, Remittances and the Labor Market. 2013, IOS Press: Regensburg.
(joint with B. Dietz and K. Gatskova).
Kazakhstan Migration and Remittances Survey: Migration, Welfare and the Labor Market in an Emerging Economy.
2013, IOS Press: Regensburg. (joint with B. Dietz and K. Gatskova).
Are Public Sector Employees Overcompensated? Centrepiece. The Magazine of the CEP-LSE, 2012, Vol. 17, 2: 20joint with P. Dolton)
Labour Market Restructuring and Poverty: Household Evidence from Ukraine. In: Brück, T. and H. Lehmann (eds.):
In the Grip of Transition: Economic and Social Consequences of Restructuring in Russia and Ukraine. Palgrave MacMillan, 2012: 173-204. (joint with T. Brück, N. Danzer, A. Muravyev) Economic Benefits of Facilitating the Integration of Immigrants, CESifo DICE Report. Journal for Institutional Comparisons, 2011, Vol. 9, 4: 14-19.
Armut in der Ukraine in Rezession und Aufschwung. In: Ukraine-Analysen, 2010, No. 78: 2-7. (joint with N. Danzer) Ethnicised Symbolic Landscapes as a Constraint to Nation-Building in Transition.
In: Fischer, S. and H. Pleines (eds.): Crisis and Conflicts in Post-Socialist Societies. The Role of Ethnic, Political and Social Identities. Stuttgart, 2008: 31-43.
Subsistenzwirtschaft und Armut während der Transformation. Ursachen und Potentiale am Beispiel der Ukraine. In:
Regimewechsel und Gesellschaftswandel in Osteuropa (= Forschungsstelle Osteuropa Bremen, Arbeitspapiere No. 85). Bremen, 2007: 91-96.
Discussion Papers (up-to-date revisions can be obtained on request) Coerced Labor in the Cotton Sector: How Global Commodity Prices (Don't) Transmit to the Poor. IZA Discussion Paper, No. 9971, 2016.
Labor Supply and Consumption Smoothing when Income Uncertainties are Non-Insurable. IZA Discussion Paper, No. 5499, 2011. (R&R Economic Development and Cultural Change) Economic Returns to Speaking the Right Language(s)? Evidence from Kazakhstan's Shift in State Language and Language of Instruction (joint with Alisher Aldashev). CReAM Discussion Paper Series 1440, Centre for Research and Analysis of Migration (CReAM), Department of Economics, University College London, 2014.
Labour shortages and general equilibrium wage effects of an unexpected pension reform. (under review) Ethnische Enklaven und Sprachkompetenz von Immigranten in Deutschland (joint with F. Yaman) (= IAB-Kurzbericht 17/2010). Nürnberg, 2010.
Policy Oriented Publications Tajik Women Migrate in Response to the Financial Crisis. (joint with O. Ivaschenko) In: The World Bank: Gender Equality as Smart Economics, October 2010.
Labor Migration, Remittances and Welfare Implications for Tajikistan. In: The World Bank:
Poverty Assessment, Republic of Tajikistan, Chapter 4, 2009.
A Gender Perspective on Access to Land and Finance in Tajikistan. (joint with H. Shahriari), The World Bank, Economic and Sector Work Report, 2009.
Health Financing, the Health Care System and Health Outcomes in Russia: An Assessment in the Light of the Current Global Economic Crisis. The World Bank, mimeo, 2009.
Finance and Growth in Namibia (joint with M. Schrooten and L. Handrich), DIWecon, 2009.
Work-in-Progress “The Behavioral and Psychological Consequences of a Nuclear Catastrophe: The Case of Chernobyl” (joint with N.
Danzer and E. Fehr) “Property rights, collateral and loans. Evidence from Vietnam” (joint with C. Hainz) “Can Anti-Poverty Policies Reduce Conspicuous Consumption: Evidence from Wedding Expenditures in Tajikistan” “Health care reform and system efficiency – Evidence from the Russian Privatization Experiment” “Pension generosity and mental health” (joint with N. Danzer) “Lifecycle Dynamic Compensating Differentials and Total Reward: The Case of Nurses” (joint with P. Dolton) “The geographic mobility premium: Common conceptual problems and a survey solution” Teaching Activities Teaching at the Catholic University of Eichstätt-Ingolstadt Microeconomics II (2014/15, 2015/16) Microeconomics I (2015, 2016) Development Economics (2015, 2016) Evaluation Economics (2015/16; Master level) Topics in International Economics (2015/16) Econometrics (2016) Teaching at the University of Munich Development Economics (2010/11, 2011/12, 2013/14) Econometrics (2011/12, 2012/13, 2013/14) Evaluation Economics (2011, Master level: 2013, 2014) Quasi-experimental identification (PhD: 2013) Microeconomics (2011/12, 2012, 2012/13, 2013, 2013/14) Empirical International Economics (2014) Seminars Topics in Development Economics (2011), Households in Developing Countries (2012) Teaching at the University of Jena Quasi-experimental identification (PhD: 2014) Teaching at Royal Holloway College, University of London Quantitative Methods I and II (2008 and 2009), Undergraduate Econometrics, Quantitative Methods II (2009 and 2010), College Teaching Prize 2010 Teaching at Humboldt University Berlin Topics in Development Economics, Migration and Remittances (2007 and 2008) Selected Presentations at Conferences and Workshops 2015—Annual Conference of the Development Economics Committee, Kiel; VfS Münster; University of Mannheim;
University of Passau 2014—Workshop “Finance and Banking” University of Strasbourg; Royal Economic Society Manchester (2x); IAB-ZEW workshop “Spatial dimensions of the labour market”, Nuremberg; EALE Conference, Ljubljana (2x); 2013—NORFACE conference, London; Royal Economic Society, Egham; VfS, Annual Conference of the Development Economics Committee, Munich; CESifo Employment and Social Protection Workshop, Munich; ESEM, Gothenburg; 2012— Royal Economic Society, Cambridge; Society of Labor Economics, Chicago;