Das Institut für Regionalforschung

Prof. Dr. Johannes Bröcker (em.)

Direktor des Instituts für Regionalforschung 2000-2015

broecker@economics.uni-kiel.de

Curriculum Vitae

  • Born 10.04.1950 in Kiel, Germany.
  • Study of economics in Freiburg im Breisgau and Kiel, “Diplom” (corresponding to master) in economics 1974 in Kiel.
  • Doctor in economics 1983, University of Kiel, Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences (summa cum laude); Thesis: "Interregionaler Handel und ökonomische Integration: Empirische Modelle für westeuropäische Länder und Regionen" (Interregional trade and economic integration: empirical models for countries and regions in Western Europe).
  • Habilitation (2nd doctor degree) in economics 1992, University of Kiel, Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences; Thesis: “Numerische multiregionale Gleichgewichtsanalyse” (Numerical multiregional equilibrium analysis).
  • Research assistant 1974-1985, University of Kiel, Institute of Regional Research and Institute of Theoretical Economics.
  • Assistant professor 1985-1992, University of Kiel, Institute of Theoretical Economics.
  • Full professor, Chair in Macroeconomics and Regional Science, University of Dresden, 1993-2000.
  • Full professor, Chair in International and Regional Economics, University of Kiel, Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences, since 2000

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