ETH Zurich and CEPR
Since 2006, Hans Gersbach holds the Chair of Macroeconomics: Innovation and Policy at ETH Zurich (Switzerland). He is also Director of CER-ETH – Center of Economic Research at ETH Zurich and a CEPR-Research Fellow in Public Policy and Industrial Organization. He is a member of the academic advisory council at the Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology in Germany and a member of the steering committee of the Swiss Institute for Business Cycle Research (KOF) at ETH Zurich. He is also an IZA and a CESifo Research Fellow.
Current research focuses on the design of new economic and political institutions for the well-being of societies. His research also includes macroeconomic policy design, innovation and growth, epidemic diseases and financial stability. In these fields, he has published extensively in renowned scientific journals.
Articles by Hans Gersbach:
Allowing governments to limit successors’ debt
4 January 2014, 6388 reads
Should ECB minutes be published?
7 October 2013, 8187 reads
True independence for the ECB: Triggering power - no more, no less
20 December 2012, 10086 reads
Raising the bar for incumbents in US elections
3 January 2012, 6036 reads
Money and banking – realigned efficiently
12 October 2011, 9430 reads
“Triple-knot” fiscal safety for the Eurozone
8 September 2011, 6855 reads
Banking on the average: A new way to regulate banks
7 September 2011, 11903 reads
2 April 2011, 8478 reads
How to prevent a fiscal crisis: Vote-share bonds
14 November 2010, 6795 reads
A framework for central banks and bank supervision
1 February 2010, 15961 reads
How bank equity regulation is akin to inflation targeting
21 October 2009, 9763 reads
Should managers of big banks be required to act as crisis insurers?
8 August 2009, 9269 reads
Voting twice: A new approach to the limitation of government debt accumulation
17 June 2009, 10366 reads
A proposal for international coordination on climate change
11 February 2008, 26841 reads
Vote-Share Contracts and Democracy
26 September 2007, 8452 reads