Curriculum Vitae

Office Address

Prof. Dr. Renate Neubäumer
University of Koblenz-Landau, Campus Landau
Institute of Social Sciences
Department of Economics
August-Croissant-Str. 5
D - 76829 Landau
Telephone ++49-6341/280-34100
Fax ++49-6341/280-34110
E-mail: neub@uni-landau.de, rn.ewh@t-online.de

Academic Positions

  • 2004 – Present: Full Professor of Economics and Economic Policy, University of Koblenz-Landau, Campus Landau
  • 1992 – 2004: Full Professor, Academy of Labour (Akademie der Arbeit) at the University of Frankfurt
  • 1984 – 1992: Full Professor, University of Applied Sciences, Worms
  • 1976 – 1981: Assistant Professor, University of Frankfurt
  • 1974 – 1976: Research Assistant, University of Frankfurt

Occupational Position

  • 1982 – 1984: Senior Research Fellow, Department of Economics, Deutsche Bank AG, Headquarters Frankfurt

Education

  • 1997 Venia Legendi, National Economics, University of Frankfurt
  • 1984 Dr. rer. pol, National Economics, University of Frankfurt
  • 1978 Diploma in Economics of Education, University of Frankfurt
  • 1976 Diploma in National Economics, University of Frankfurt

Honors and Awards

  • 2012/13 Visiting scholar at the University of California at Berkeley (CA), sponsored by Michael Reich
  • 2010 IZA-research fellow
  • 2008 Visiting scholar at Harvard University, Cambridge (MA), sponsored by Richard B. Freeman
  • 2005 IAB-research fellow
  • 1999 International Visitor Leadership Program (Invitation of the U.S. Department of State)
  • Since 1999 (Co-opted) Member, Council of Economics of Education of the Verein für Socialpolitik
  • Since 1997 (Co-opted) Member, Council of Economic Policy of the Verein für Social¬politik
  • 1984 Youngest Professor in Economics, Rhineland-Palatinate
  • 1978 Best Diploma Award in Economics (Economics of Education), University of Frankfurt (out of 196 students)
  • 1976 Best Diploma Award in Economics (National Economics), University of Frankfurt (out of 185 students)
  • 1971 Best "University-Entrance Diploma" (Abitur), Karl-Rehbein-Schule, Hanau

Conferences Attended

2013

  • National Bureau of Economic Research, Labor Studies Program Meeting, San Francisco (United States of America)
  • SASE Milano (Italy)

2012

  • Institute for Research on Labor and Employment (IRLE), Conference on “Future for Jobs and Manufacturing”, Berkeley (United States of America)
  • Council of Economics of Education, Zurich (Switzerland)
  • SAMF, Duisburg (Germany)
  • SASE, Cambridge (United States of America)

2011

  • Verein für Socialpolitik, Annual Congress, Frankfurt (Germany)
  • Labour Process Conference, Leeds (United Kingdom)
  • Council of Economic Policy, Goslar (Germany)
  • SASE, Madrid (Spain)

2010

  • Council for European Studies, Montreal (Canada)
  • Council of Economics of Education, Trier (Germany)
  • SASE, Philadelphia (United States of America)
  • Technology, Assets, Knowledge, Specialisation (T.A.S.K.)
    Nuernberg (Germany)

2009

  • Council of Economic Policy, Leipzig (Germany)
  • Council of Economics of Education, Landau (Germany)
  • SAMF, Dortmund (Germany)
  • SASE, Paris (France)

2008

  • Council of Economic Policy, Kiel (Germany)
  • NBER, “Income Inequality and Macroeconomics”, Cambridge (United States of America)
  • NBER, “Labor Studies”, Cambridge (United States of America)

2007

  • EALE, Oslo (Norway)
  • SASE, Copenhagen (Denmark)
  • Council of Economic Policy, Frankfurt/Main (Germany)
  • Council of Economics of Education, Bielefeld (Germany)
  • SAMF, Berlin (Germany)

2006

  • Verein für Socialpolitik, Annual Congress, Bayreuth (Germany)
  • EALE, Prague (Czech Republic)
  • SASE, Trier (Germany)
  • Council of Economics of Education, Konstanz (Germany)/Thorgau (Switzerland)
  • Council of Economic Policy, Göttingen (Germany)

2005

  • Verein für Socialpolitik, Annual Congress, Bonn (Germany)
  • EALE 2nd World Conference, San Francisco (USA)
  • Council of Economics of Education, Nürnberg (Germany)
  • Council of Economic Policy, Marburg (Germany)
  • SAMF, Bonn (Germany)

2004

  • Verein für Socialpolitik, Annual Congress, Dresden (Germany)
  • EALE, Lisbon (Portugal)
  • GIRA, Jena (Germany)
  • Council of Economics of Education, Frankfurt/Main (Germany)
  • Council of Economic Policy, Münster (Germany)

2003

  • IIRA World Congress, Berlin
  • Verein für Socialpolitik, Annual Congress, Zürich (Switzerland)
  • SASE, AIX-en-Provence (France)
  • Council of Economics of Education, Zürich (Switzerland)
  • Council of Economic Policy, Leipzig (Germany)
  • SAMF, Frankfurt/Main (Germany)

 

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