https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Languages_of_Switzerland
^ why are Lausanne, EPFL, Geneva and USI even in this ranking? These are not even German speaking places. Why not add Dutch universities as well....
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Languages_of_Switzerland^ why are Lausanne, EPFL, Geneva and USI even in this ranking? These are not even German speaking places. Why not add Dutch universities as well....
lausanne bro here, nobody speaks german here
Only Adrian Bruhin, Bettina Klaus, Rafael Lalive, Jürgen Maurer and Dominic Rohner.
None of the Leibniz institute presidents on this list it seems. All these top economists...
Who are all these people?
Rang Nachname Vorname
1 Dustmann Christian
2 Schoar Antoinette
3 Bergemann Dirk
4 Strulik Holger
5 Kircher Philipp
6 Shin Hyun Song
7 Döpke Matthias
8 Nagel Stefan
9 Berg Tobias
10 Egger Peter
11 Malmendier Ulrike
12 Weber Michael
13 Hörner Johannes
14 Zimmermann Florian
15 Müller Ulrich
16 Brunnermeier Markus
17 Strack Philipp
18 Oehmke Martin
19 Uhlig Harald
20 Strausz Roland
21 Hasan Iftekhar
22 Menzel Konrad
23 Schneider Paul
24 Scheuer Florian
25 Spenkuch Jörg
26 Rothe Christoph
27 Mueller Andreas I.
28 Schorfheide Frank
29 Müller Holger M.
30 Baumeister Christiane
31 Niederle Muriel
32 Kasy Maximilian
33 Lauermann Stephan
34 Adam Klaus
35 Schwandt Hannes
36 Trebesch Christoph
37 Schmidt Klaus M.
38 Huber Martin
39 Schmieder Johannes
40 Sunde Uwe
41 Enke Benjamin
42 Casaburi Lorenzo
43 Klasen Stephan
44 Jamovich Nir
45 Rohner Dominic
46 Sialm Clemens
47 Mitman Kurt
48 Fuster Andreas
49 Popov Alexander
50 Voth Hans-Joachim
51 Janssen Maarten
52 Potrafke Niklas
53 Pomeranz Dina
54 Weber Andrea
55 Schönberg Uta
56 Gersbach Hans
57 Sieg Holger
58 Schneider Friedrich G.
59 Bick Alexander
60 Yanagizawa-Drott David
61 Woessmann Ludger
62 Herwartz Helmut
63 Brandt Felix
63 Hau Harald
65 Rampini Adriano
66 Jenter Dirk
67 Schneider Martin
68 Schularick Moritz
69 Fuchs-Schündeln Nicola
70 Laeven Luc
71 Belke Ansgar H.
72 Heidhues Paul
73 Falk Armin
74 Bilbiie Florin O.
75 Sutter Matthias
76 Monnet Cyril
77 Cantoni Davide
78 Härdle Wolfgang Karl
79 Schmitt-Grohe Stephanie
80 Ehlers Lars
81 Hackbarth Dirk
82 Weber Roberto
83 Böhmelt Tobias
84 Ziebarth Nicolas Robert
85 Zölitz Ulf
86 Zweimüller Josef
87 Bartram Söhnke
88 Jetter Michael
89 Milbradt Konstantin
90 Konrad Kai A.
91 Wagner Joachim
92 Ahlfeldt Gabriel
93 Alós-Ferrer Carlos
94 Moench Emanuel
95 Ockenfels Axel
96 Auer Raphael
97 Kueng Lorenz
98 Heider Florian
99 Maréchal Michel André
100 Huber Florian
Presidents of institutes have to devote significant amounts of time into management. Comparing them to "ordinary" Researchers is like comparing apples with oranges...
None of the Leibniz institute presidents on this list it seems. All these top economists...
Who are all these people?
Rang Nachname Vorname
1 Dustmann Christian
2 Schoar Antoinette
3 Bergemann Dirk
4 Strulik Holger
5 Kircher Philipp
6 Shin Hyun Song
7 Döpke Matthias
8 Nagel Stefan
9 Berg Tobias
10 Egger Peter
11 Malmendier Ulrike
12 Weber Michael
13 Hörner Johannes
14 Zimmermann Florian
15 Müller Ulrich
16 Brunnermeier Markus
17 Strack Philipp
18 Oehmke Martin
19 Uhlig Harald
20 Strausz Roland
21 Hasan Iftekhar
22 Menzel Konrad
23 Schneider Paul
24 Scheuer Florian
25 Spenkuch Jörg
26 Rothe Christoph
27 Mueller Andreas I.
28 Schorfheide Frank
29 Müller Holger M.
30 Baumeister Christiane
31 Niederle Muriel
32 Kasy Maximilian
33 Lauermann Stephan
34 Adam Klaus
35 Schwandt Hannes
36 Trebesch Christoph
37 Schmidt Klaus M.
38 Huber Martin
39 Schmieder Johannes
40 Sunde Uwe
41 Enke Benjamin
42 Casaburi Lorenzo
43 Klasen Stephan
44 Jamovich Nir
45 Rohner Dominic
46 Sialm Clemens
47 Mitman Kurt
48 Fuster Andreas
49 Popov Alexander
50 Voth Hans-Joachim
51 Janssen Maarten
52 Potrafke Niklas
53 Pomeranz Dina
54 Weber Andrea
55 Schönberg Uta
56 Gersbach Hans
57 Sieg Holger
58 Schneider Friedrich G.
59 Bick Alexander
60 Yanagizawa-Drott David
61 Woessmann Ludger
62 Herwartz Helmut
63 Brandt Felix
63 Hau Harald
65 Rampini Adriano
66 Jenter Dirk
67 Schneider Martin
68 Schularick Moritz
69 Fuchs-Schündeln Nicola
70 Laeven Luc
71 Belke Ansgar H.
72 Heidhues Paul
73 Falk Armin
74 Bilbiie Florin O.
75 Sutter Matthias
76 Monnet Cyril
77 Cantoni Davide
78 Härdle Wolfgang Karl
79 Schmitt-Grohe Stephanie
80 Ehlers Lars
81 Hackbarth Dirk
82 Weber Roberto
83 Böhmelt Tobias
84 Ziebarth Nicolas Robert
85 Zölitz Ulf
86 Zweimüller Josef
87 Bartram Söhnke
88 Jetter Michael
89 Milbradt Konstantin
90 Konrad Kai A.
91 Wagner Joachim
92 Ahlfeldt Gabriel
93 Alós-Ferrer Carlos
94 Moench Emanuel
95 Ockenfels Axel
96 Auer Raphael
97 Kueng Lorenz
98 Heider Florian
99 Maréchal Michel André
100 Huber Florian
You mean having no shame and ridiculing economic research? He is unworthy of a professor title.
^try to see his ranking when only counting A and A+ publications. Oh, wait, where did he disappear?Quantity has its own quality.
If he is not worth to be called a prof, then neither is big bucks Haselmann.
I understand that, but it’s still remarkable. Maybe the aim should be to have good researchers there to be able to guide the institutes and make them better? Can someone who has never been at the top of the game play that role?
Presidents of institutes have to devote significant amounts of time into management. Comparing them to "ordinary" Researchers is like comparing apples with oranges...
None of the Leibniz institute presidents on this list it seems. All these top economists...
Who are all these people?
Rang Nachname Vorname
1 Dustmann Christian
2 Schoar Antoinette
3 Bergemann Dirk
4 Strulik Holger
5 Kircher Philipp
6 Shin Hyun Song
7 Döpke Matthias
8 Nagel Stefan
9 Berg Tobias
10 Egger Peter
11 Malmendier Ulrike
12 Weber Michael
13 Hörner Johannes
14 Zimmermann Florian
15 Müller Ulrich
16 Brunnermeier Markus
17 Strack Philipp
18 Oehmke Martin
19 Uhlig Harald
20 Strausz Roland
21 Hasan Iftekhar
22 Menzel Konrad
23 Schneider Paul
24 Scheuer Florian
25 Spenkuch Jörg
26 Rothe Christoph
27 Mueller Andreas I.
28 Schorfheide Frank
29 Müller Holger M.
30 Baumeister Christiane
31 Niederle Muriel
32 Kasy Maximilian
33 Lauermann Stephan
34 Adam Klaus
35 Schwandt Hannes
36 Trebesch Christoph
37 Schmidt Klaus M.
38 Huber Martin
39 Schmieder Johannes
40 Sunde Uwe
41 Enke Benjamin
42 Casaburi Lorenzo
43 Klasen Stephan
44 Jamovich Nir
45 Rohner Dominic
46 Sialm Clemens
47 Mitman Kurt
48 Fuster Andreas
49 Popov Alexander
50 Voth Hans-Joachim
51 Janssen Maarten
52 Potrafke Niklas
53 Pomeranz Dina
54 Weber Andrea
55 Schönberg Uta
56 Gersbach Hans
57 Sieg Holger
58 Schneider Friedrich G.
59 Bick Alexander
60 Yanagizawa-Drott David
61 Woessmann Ludger
62 Herwartz Helmut
63 Brandt Felix
63 Hau Harald
65 Rampini Adriano
66 Jenter Dirk
67 Schneider Martin
68 Schularick Moritz
69 Fuchs-Schündeln Nicola
70 Laeven Luc
71 Belke Ansgar H.
72 Heidhues Paul
73 Falk Armin
74 Bilbiie Florin O.
75 Sutter Matthias
76 Monnet Cyril
77 Cantoni Davide
78 Härdle Wolfgang Karl
79 Schmitt-Grohe Stephanie
80 Ehlers Lars
81 Hackbarth Dirk
82 Weber Roberto
83 Böhmelt Tobias
84 Ziebarth Nicolas Robert
85 Zölitz Ulf
86 Zweimüller Josef
87 Bartram Söhnke
88 Jetter Michael
89 Milbradt Konstantin
90 Konrad Kai A.
91 Wagner Joachim
92 Ahlfeldt Gabriel
93 Alós-Ferrer Carlos
94 Moench Emanuel
95 Ockenfels Axel
96 Auer Raphael
97 Kueng Lorenz
98 Heider Florian
99 Maréchal Michel André
100 Huber Florian
I understand that, but it’s still remarkable. Maybe the aim should be to have good researchers there to be able to guide the institutes and make them better? Can someone who has never been at the top of the game play that role?
Presidents of institutes have to devote significant amounts of time into management. Comparing them to "ordinary" Researchers is like comparing apples with oranges...
None of the Leibniz institute presidents on this list it seems. All these top economists...
Yes, because being at the top of the game play does not mean that you have anything meaningful to say about policy.
Sure on the basis of gut instinct that is. We indeed get a lot of this.
I understand that, but it’s still remarkable. Maybe the aim should be to have good researchers there to be able to guide the institutes and make them better? Can someone who has never been at the top of the game play that role?Presidents of institutes have to devote significant amounts of time into management. Comparing them to "ordinary" Researchers is like comparing apples with oranges...
None of the Leibniz institute presidents on this list it seems. All these top economists...
Yes, because being at the top of the game play does not mean that you have anything meaningful to say about policy.
There are two separate issues here. Not sure what you mean with "Leibniz institute presidents".
Leibniz institute presidents comprise e.g. the ifo Institute, i.e. Clemens Fuest. Similarly, you could think of Marcel Fratzscher at DIW, Gabriel Felbermayr in Kiel, etc.. My sense is that these are people with sufficiently good academic credentials to sustain a serious conversation with economists. To be honest, I do not think that candidates were standing in queues to get these jobs. Most academic-research-oriented economists are not keen on such jobs. The current presidents balance the tradeoff between good academic credentials and the willingness to have a rather political/management-intensive job pretty well.
What to me is the bigger scandal are the MPI directors. Max Planck Institutes are supposed to be at the forefront of research, doing fundamental work for the discipline. The sky should be the limit (and indeed it is, in terms of budget). This may be true for many MPI directors in the sciences, but is certainly not true for Econ. Since Hellwig retired, the economics Max Planck Institutes are a joke. Not one of the directors can be said to be a leader in his field, someone with worldwide recognition. Sutter? Konrad? Boersch-Supan? Gimme a break. Like him or not, the only person of that stature in Germany currently is Armin Falk, and he prefers to spend private money.