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Maier, Philipp 1971–

MAIER, Philipp 1971–

PERSONAL: Born November 6, 1971, in Reutlingen, Germany. Education: University of Saarbrücken, B.A., 1994; University of Góttingen, M.A., 1997; Dutch Network of Economics, diploma, 2000; University of Groningen, Ph.D., 2001.

ADDRESSES: Home—F. Bolstraat 15, 1072 LA Amsterdam, Netherlands. E-mail[email protected]

CAREER: Regional Office for Statistics, Stuttgart, Germany, intern, 1995; European Central Bank, researcher, 2001; Netherlands Central Bank, Amsterdam, economist in Monetary and Economic Policy Department, 2001–03, senior economist, 2003–.

AWARDS, HONORS: Wicksell Prize, best paper by a young economist, European Public Choice Conference, 2000.

WRITINGS:

Political Pressure, Rhetoric, and Monetary Policy: Lessons for the European Central Bank, Edward Elgar Publishing (Northampton, MA), 2002.

Contributor to books, including History of the Bundesbank: Lessons for the ECB, edited by J. de Haan, Routledge (London, England), 2000. Contributor to periodicals, including European Journal of Political Economy, International Organization, Public Choice, Journal of Comparative Economics, Journal of Policy Modeling, Journal of Macroeconomics, and Kredit und Kapital.

BIOGRAPHICAL AND CRITICAL SOURCES:

ONLINE

Philipp Maier Home Page, http://www.philippmaier.de (October 26, 2004).

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