MELANIE KRAUSE Curriculum Vitae November 2014

Curriculum Vitae
November 2014
Place of Residence: Frankfurt, Germany
Place of Birth: Bonn, Germany
Sex: Female
E-mail: [email protected]
[email protected]
Nationality: German
Year of Birth: 1984
Children: 1 daughter (*2012)
PhD Student and Job Market Candidate 2014/15 with Research Focus:
Macro-Econometrics (Measurement of Inequality, Growth and Development)
Job Market
• The Millennium Peak in Club Convergence - What the Critical Bandwidth Can
Say About Distributional Changes in the Wealth of Nations
• Parametric Lorenz Curves and the Modality of the Income Density Function,
Review of Income and Wealth, 2014, Forthcoming
Work in
• When is Inequality Detrimental to Growth? - Perspectives from a Novel CrossCountry Approach, joint work with Michael Binder
• Regional Convergence Across Space and Time: The German Case, joint work
with Sebastian Kripfganz
Smaller Notes
• Corrigendum to ”Elliptical Lorenz Curves” [J. Econom. 40 (1989) 327 - 338],
Journal of Econometrics 174, 2013, p.44
at, Frankfurt am Main, since 2008
Ph.D. in Economics Program
Fields: Econometrics, Macroeconomics
Ph.D. Thesis: Econometric Advances in the Analysis of Income Inequality Within
and Between Countries
Thesis adviser: Professor Michael Binder, Ph.D.; Graduation expected: End of 2014
ESCP-EAP European School of Management, London-Madrid-Paris, 2005-08
Master of Science in Management (Distinction) and Diplˆome de Grande Ecole
(F´elicitations du Jury) : Multinational program - 3 countries, 3 languages
Master’s thesis: How Higher Moments Affect Portfolio Choice under Prospect Theory
at, Bonn, 2003-2005
Vordiplom (Undergraduate Studies) in Economics with mark 1.4 (‘excellent’)
adtisches Gymnasium Rheinbach, 1994-2003
Abitur (equivalent to A-Levels) with mark 1.0 (‘excellent’)
at, Frankfurt am Main, since 2009
Research Assistant at the Chair of International Macroeconomics & Macroeconometrics
(Professor Michael Binder, Ph.D.)
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ESCP-EAP European School of Management, Paris, May - July 2008
Research Assistant at the Finance Chair (Professor Dr. Emmanuel Jurczenko)
Commerzbank Espa˜
na, Madrid, April - July 2007
Internship in Credit Risk Management
JPMorgan, London, May - August 2006
Internship in Investment Banking / Equity Derivatives (Sales)
PricewaterhouseCoopers, D¨
usseldorf, April - June 2005
Internship in the Financial Advisory Department
at, Frankfurt am Main
• Discusssion Session Instructor in Macroeconomics I (Undergraduate level) Designing and teaching problem-solving sessions in front of 300 students: Summer Semester 2012, Winter Semester 2012/13, Winter Semester 2013/14, Winter
Semester 2014/15.
• Teaching Assistant for tutorial groups in Macroeconomics I (Undergraduate
level): Winter Semester 2011/12, Summer Semester 2011, Summer Semester 2009.
• Teaching Assistant in the econometrics course International Money and Finance
(Master’s level), Winter Semester 2010/11.
• Instructor of the one-week pre-semester course Real Analysis (Ph.D. and Research Master level), September 2010.
at, Bonn
• Teaching Assistant in the business studies course Production Theory (Undergraduate level), Winter Semester 2004/05.
1st Conference of the International Association of Applied Econometrics,
London, June 2014
Spring Meeting of Young Economist, Vienna, April 2014
24th (EC)2 Conference - The Econometric Analysis of Mixed Frequency
Data, Nicosia, December 2013
Jahrestagung des Vereins f¨
ur Socialpolitik, G¨ottingen, September 2012
International Atlantic Economic Society Conference, Istanbul, March 2012
RGS Doctoral Conference in Economics, Duisburg, February 2012
Goethe University Money and Macro Brown Bag Seminar July 2014,
November 2013, October 2011.
9th Winter School on Inequality and Social Welfare Theory, Alba di Canazei
(Dolomites), January 2014
New Developments in Panel Methods Summer School with lectures by
Jeffrey M.Wooldridge, Mainz, August 2013
The Jerusalem Summer School in Economic Growth, Jerusalem, June 2011
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Awards and
Invitation to Participate in the 5th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting,
Lindau, August 2014
Premier Prix du M´
emoire de Recherche, Paris, December 2008
Prize for the best master’s thesis of the year, awarded by Fondation ESCP-EAP
The Review of Income and Wealth
Programming Skills: MatLab (good), STATA (good), LaTeX (good)
Language Skills: German (mother tongue), English (fluent), Spanish (fluent),
French (fluent), Hebrew (basic), Polish (basic)
Prof. Michael Binder, Ph.D.
Goethe University Frankfurt
Chair of International Macroeconomics
and Macroeconometrics
Room 3.50, House of Finance
uneburgplatz 1
60323 Frankfurt, Germany
+49 69 798 33809
[email protected]
Prof. Matei Demetrescu, Ph.D.
Christian-Albrechts-Universit¨at zu Kiel
Head of Chair in Statistics
and Empirical Economic Research
Olshausenstraße 40-60
24118 Kiel, Germany
+49 431 880 3810
[email protected]
Frankfurt, 4 November 2014
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Prof. Nicola Fuchs-Sch¨
undeln, Ph.D.
Goethe University Frankfurt
Chair of Macroeconomics
and Development
Room 3.55, House of Finance
uneburgplatz 1
60323 Frankfurt, Germany
+49 69 798 33815
[email protected]