Conferences organised

Heidelberg-Tübingen-Hohenheim (HeiTüHo) Workshop on International Financial Markets

Organized by Zeno Enders (University of Heidelberg), Gernot Müller (University of Tübingen), and Michael Evers (University of Hohenheim)

The state of Baden-Württemberg is a powerhouse of the global economy. Its welfare is therefore  - perhaps more than elsewhere - dependent on the proper functioning of international financial markets. The workshop aims at bringing together leading scholars from Baden-Wüttermberg and abroad in order to discuss recent phenomena and developments in the global economy as well as their implications for economic policy.

2021

3rd Heidelberg-Tübingen-Hohenheim Workshop on International Financial Markets (December 10-11, 2021) at Schloss Hohenheim

2019

2nd Heidelberg-Tübingen-Hohenheim Workshop on International Financial Markets (December 13-14, 2019) at Internationales Wissenschaftsforum Heidelberg

2018

1st Heidelberg-Tübingen-Hohenheim Workshop on International Financial Markets (December 7-8, 2018) at Schloss Hohentübingen

 Impressions from the 1st Heidelberg-Tübingen-Hohenheim Workshop on International Financial Markets at Schloss Hohentübingen

Workshops and Conferences on Risk Sharing in the Euro Area

2020

2nd Workshop on Risk Sharing in the Euro Area at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (postponed due to COVID-19).

2019

Enhanced Risk Sharing in the Euro Area? Legal Framework and Economic Rationale at the Landesvertretung Baden-Württemberg in Berlin (April 8, 2019). Speakers: Marcel Fratzscher and Udo Di Fabio.

Kick off Workshop - Risk Sharing in the Euro Area (February 7, 2019) at the University of Tübingen. Guest speaker: Eva Söbbeke from Deutsche Bundesbank

Against the Backdrop of the Euro Crisis - TARGET2 (January 14, 2019) at the University of Tübingen

Further Conferences

2021

Workshop: Heterogeneity of Macroeconomic Expectations (October 7-8, 2021) in Nuremburg. For more information, see the programme

2018

BREXIT Consequences and Challenges (October 26, 2018) at the University of Tübingen. Keynote speach by Hans-Werner Sinn