Arno is a member of the Macroeconomic Modelling and Forecasting team. His interest lies in empirical macroeconomics and his research focuses on sovereign credit risk, fiscal policy, labour market dynamics and the economics and politics of the European Monetary Union.
Since 2013 – PhD in Economics, University of Nottingham
2012 – Msc in Economics and International Economics, University of Nottingham
2011 – BA in Political Science and Economics, Universities of Muenster (Germany) and Bergen (Norway)
Arno joined NIESR in 2017. He has previously worked at the European Stability Mechanism, the European Central Bank, DIW econ Berlin, HWWI Hamburg, Deutsche Bank Research, the European Commission, and the State Chancellery of Saxony.
See also personal webpage: https://sites.google.com/site/arnohantzsche/home
’Sectoral Wage Rigidities and Labour and Product Market Institutions in the Euro Area’, Open Economies Review, forthcoming, with R. Anderton, S. Savsek and M. Tóth (ECB)
’Determinants of Sub-Sovereign Bond Yield Spreads - The Role of Fiscal Fundamentals and Federal Bailout Expectations’, ECB Working Paper Series, No 1987, 2016, with R. Beck, G. Ferrucci and M. Rau-Göhring (ECB)