Jakob de Haan
De Nederlandsche Bank and University of Groningen
Jakob de Haan (1960) is Professor of Political Economy, University of Groningen, the Netherlands. Currently, his main position is Head of Research of De Nederlandsche Bank. He has been Scientific Director of SOM, the graduate school and research institute of the faculty of Economics and Business of the University of Groningen. He graduated at the University of Groningen, where he also got his Ph.D. He has published extensively on issues like public debt, monetary policy, central bank independence, political and economic freedom and European integration. He is member of the editorial board of Public Choice, and European Union Politics, editor of the European Journal of Political Economy, and has been President of the European Public Choice Society. De Haan has been visiting professor at the Free University Berlin (2003/4), Kiel Institute (2002, 2010), and the University of Munich (1999). He is also research fellow of CESIfo.
Articles by Jakob de Haan:
Spillovers from systemic bank defaults
24 May 2014, 7477 reads
Europe’s banking problems and secular stagnation
28 March 2014, 12325 reads
Higher government wages may reduce corruption
16 June 2013, 17125 reads
Communication by the European Central Bank: Inconsistent, yet effective?
13 May 2013, 11629 reads
Contagion during the Greek sovereign debt crisis
23 February 2012, 11843 reads
Does it pay to listen to the ECB President?
27 June 2009, 7567 reads
Central bank communication
15 May 2008, 22607 reads