Guntram Wolff is the Director of Bruegel, after having been Deputy Director during 2011-13. His work focuses on the European economy and governance, finance and Germany as well as Europe in the global economy. He has joined Bruegel from the European Commission's DG for Economic and Financial Affairs, where he worked on the macroeconomics of the euro area and the reform of euro area governance. Prior to joining the Commission he was an economist at the Deutsche Bundesbank, where he coordinated the research team on fiscal policy. He also worked as an adviser to the International Monetary Fund.
Guntram holds a PhD from the University of Bonn where he was a research fellow at the Center for European Integration Studies (ZEI). He studied economics in Bonn, Toulouse, Pittsburgh and Passau and taught economics at the University of Pittsburgh. He has published numerous papers in leading academic journals. Guntram is fluent in German, English, French, Bulgarian and Spanish.
Articles by Guntram Wolff:
Partial corporate tax harmonisation in the EU
22 July 2014, 3726 reads
First steps for banking union implementation
14 January 2014, 11470 reads
LTRO: Quantitative easing in disguise?
3 May 2012, 18954 reads
Sovereign debt and bank risk: New evidence
19 April 2012, 16360 reads
Corporate balance-sheet adjustment: New stylised facts and their relevance for the Eurozone
5 March 2012, 10030 reads
IMF surveillance of the Eurozone: Quo Vadis?
9 November 2011, 9238 reads
Is the recent bank stress really driven by the sovereign debt crisis?
30 October 2011, 8692 reads
Sovereign risk: The impact of national numerical fiscal rules
20 January 2011, 13765 reads
Diverging trends in money demand and housing across the Eurozone
15 May 2010, 11518 reads