Team

Jan-Niklas Brenneisen, M.Sc.

Wiss. Mitarbeiter

WSP1 - Raum 307
Telefon: +(49) 431 880-1447
Telefax: +(49) 431 880-2228
brenneisen@economics.uni-kiel.de

Profil

Research Interests
  • Monetary Policy
  • Behavioral Macroeconomics, Bounded Rationality, Rational Inattention
  • Business Cycle Analysis
  • International Finance

 

Current Projects
  • Noisy Signals, Consumer Confidence, and Monetary Policy
  • Monetary Policy Implications of Switching Dynamics between Rational and Boundedly Rational Expectations. with M. Lengnick, K. Seemann and H.-W. Wohltmann.

 

Current Teaching
  • Seminar on Stabilization Policy in Open Economies [Stabilisierungspolitik in offenen Volkswirtschaften]

 

Past Teaching
  • Tutorial on Stabilization Policy in Open Economies [Stabilisierungspolitik in offenen Volkswirtschaften] (WS 2016/2017 - 2017/2018)
  • Seminar on Macroeconomics (WS 2015/2016 - 2017/2018)
  • Tutorial on New Macroeconomics [Neue Makroökonomik]  (SS 2017)
  • Seminar on Stabilization Policy in Open Economies [Stabilisierungspolitik in offenen Volkswirtschaften] (SS 2016 - 2017)
  • Seminar on Macroeconomic Dynamics and Optimal Monetary Policy (WS 2016/2017)
  • Tutorial on Macroeconomic Dynamics and Optimal Monetary Policy (SS 2016)
  • Tutorial on Introduction to Macroeconomic Theory [Grundzüge der makroökonomischen Theorie] (WS 2015/2016)
  • Tutorial on Macroeconomic Transmission Mechanisms [Makroökonomische Transmissionsmechanismen] (SS 2013)

 

Awards
  • Laureate of the Science Prize 2016 of Deutsche Bundesbank for an Outstanding Master Thesis (Moment matching of heterogeneous expectations in a class of recent macroeconomic business cycle models)
  • Laureate of the Deutsche-Bank-Prize 2015  for an Outstanding Master Thesis (Moment matching of heterogeneous expectations in a class of recent macroeconomic business cycle models)
  • Laureate of the Erich-Schneider-Prize 2015 for the best Master degree in Economics
  • Laureate of the Erich-Schneider-Prize 2012 for an Outstanding Bachelor Thesis (New Keynesian macroeconomics with heterogeneous expectations)