Bodo Herzog

Prof. Dr. Bodo Herzog Volkswirtschaftslehre, Makroökonomie

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Amt/Aufgabe
  • Beauftragter für Forschung im Studiengang BSc International Business
  • Beauftragter für die "United Nations" Organisation an der Hochschule
Vorlesungsschwerpunkte
  • Makroökonomik, insbes. Geldpolitik
  • Quantitative & Empirische Wirtschaftspolitik
  • Mathematische Finanztheorie & Finanzsteuerung
  • Neuroökonomie & Interdisziplinäre Studien
Forschungsthemen
  • Modellierung der Geldpolitik der Europäischen Zentralbank (EZB)
  • Neue Modelle für die Zukunft der Europäischen Wirtschafts- und Währungsunion (EWU)
  • Lösung & Simulation von partiellen Differentialgleichungen im Bereich Finance
  • Neuroökonomische Modellierung von Entscheidungsverhalten 
Vita
  • Studium der Volkswirtschaftslehre und Mathematik an der Universität Konstanz
  • Promotion in Volkswirtschaftslehre, DFG-Promotionsstipendium, Universität Bamberg
  • Visiting Research Fellow am M.I.T., Cambridge, USA
  • Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter, Sachverständigenrat zur Begutachtung der gesamtwirtschaftlichen Entwicklung, Wiesbaden.
  • Leiter des Teams Wirtschaftspolitik, Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung, Berlin.
  • Lehrtätigkeiten an der Zeppelin University, Universität Witten/Herdecke, Universität Bamberg, Fachhochschule Wiesbaden
  • Visiting-Professor an der “International Summer University Macedonia (ISUM)”, Portland State University, OR, USA, California State University, CA, USA.
  • 11/2008 Berufung als Professor für "Volkswirtschaftslehre, insb. Makroökonomik und Geldtheorie" an die Hochschule Reutlingen
  • 12/2012 Direktor des Institute of Finance & Economics
Publikationen

I. Publication in Journals (peer-reviewed)
[1] Herzog, B. (2004). Warum verstoßen vorwiegend die großen EWU-Länder gegen den „Stabilitäts- und Wachstumspakt“?, Quarterly Journal of Economic Research, Vol. 73, No. 3, p. 405-417, 2004.
[2] Herzog, B. (2004). Modes of Economic Governance and Interaction Conflicts: The Stability and Growth Pact and its Institutional Inconsistencies, in: Governance and International Security: Issues and Perspectives, ed. by Prof. Yiannis A. Stivachtis, ISBN: 960-88331-6-7, 2004.
[3] Herzog, B. (2004). Fiscal-Monetary Interaction and the Stability and Growth Pact in Europe, The Consequences of EU Enlargement to Eastern European Countries, ed. by Prof. Dr. Ramón María-Dolores, INFER-Books, 2004.
[4] Herzog, B. (2004). Whither e-Governance in the European Monetary Union?, Books and Proceedings on e-Government, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland, 2004.
[5] Herzog, B. (2006). Lessons from EMU: Coordination of fiscal-monetary policy in CIS countries, Research in International Business and Finance, Vol. 20, p. 256-274, 2006.
[6] Wunder, C., J. Schwarze, G. Krug and B. Herzog (2008). Welfare effects of the euro cash changeover, European Journal of Political Economy, 24(3), 2008, p. 571-586, 2008.
[7] Herzog, B. (2008). Die Finanzmarktkrise – Ursachen, Lehren und Lösungsansätze, Zeitschrift Ordnungspolitische und Sozialethische Perspektiven, Band I, p. 9-15, 2008.
[8] Borchard, M. and B. Herzog (2008). Motor für Wachstum, Monatszeitschrift Die Politische Meinung, Nr. 467, 53. Jahrgang, Oktober, Hrsg. Bernhard Vogel, ISSN 0032-3446, 2008.
[9] Herzog, B. (2009). An Analysis of the Financial Crises 2007/08 – Systemic Risk: Causes, Lessons and Solutions, Academic and Scientific Journal, Issue 1 and Issue 2 - April 2009, State University Tetova, p. 220-226, ISSN: 1857-6079, 2009.
[10] Herzog, B. (2009). The Scope of Economic History in New Zealand, Journal Sounds of New Zealand, Vol. 2, p. 79-98, 2009.
[11] Schwarze, J., C. Wunder, C. Krug and B. Herzog (2009). Ist der Teuro ein Euro – Eine vergleichende Analyse der Zufriedenheit mit dem Haushaltseinkommen in Deutschland und Großbritannien, uni.vers Forschung, Das Magazin der Otto-Friedrich Universität Bamberg, Heft 15-2009, Mai, S. 20-23, ISSN 1618-9019, 2009.
[12] Herzog, B. (2009). La crisis del mercado financiero: Orígenes, aprendizajes y conceptos para su superación, La Crisis del Mercado Financiero Internacional Y Sus Consecuencias, No. 2, p. 5-16, ed. by Prof. Dr. Bernhard Vogel at Fundación Konrad-Adenauer, Chile, 2009.
[13] Herzog, B. (2009). 60 anos de Economía Social de Mercado: pasado, presente y futuro, Economía Social de ercado de la serie Diálogo Politico, Ano: XXVI – No 1 – Marzo, Publicación trimestral de la Konrad-Adenauer- Stiftung A.C., p. 43-60, ISSN 1667-314, Ciudad de Buenos Aires, República Argentina, 2009.
[14] Herzog, B. (2010). Old Wine In New Skins? Economic Policy Challenges For The Social Market Economy In A Globalized World, 60 Years of Social Market Economy, eds.: C.L. Glossner and D. Gregosz, ISBN 978-3- 941904, p. 147-169, Verlag: Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung, 2010.
[15] Herzog, B. (2010). Anwendung des Nachhaltigkeitsansatzes von Bohn zur Etablierung eines Frühindikators in den öffentlichen Finanzen – Beitrag zur aktuellen Debatte der Föderalismuskommission II, Journal of Credit and Capital, 2/2010, 43. Jahrgang, Heft 2, ISSN 0023-4591, S. 1-24, 2010.
[16] Herzog, B. (2011). Europäische Währungsunion zukunftsfest gestalten - Reform des Stabilitäts- und Wachstumspaktes, Zeitschrift Lehren aus der Finanzmarktkrise, Band III, S. 41-46, Berlin, ISBN 978-3-924775-00-7, 2011.
[17] Herzog, B. (2011). Die Geldpolitik der europäischen Zentralbank - Krisenbewältigung und Herausforderungen im 21. Jahrhundert, Zeitschrift Lehren aus der Finanzmarktkrise, Band III, S. 55-63, Berlin, ISBN 978-3-924775-00-7, 2011.
[18] Herzog, B. (2011). Wohin steuert die europäische Wirtschafts- und Währungsunion?, Monatszeitschrift Die Politische Meinung, Vol. 19, S. 7-24, Berlin, ISBN 978-3-942775-40-3, 2011.
[19] Herzog, B. and M. Weberruß (2011), Impact of Special Economic Zones to FDI in India, Journal of Indo- European Business Studies, Vol. 1, No. 1, p. 1-6, 2011.
[20] Herzog, B. (2012). Die Währungsunion ist keine Einbahnstraße, ifo Schnelldienst, Nr. 7, S. 10-13, 2012.
[21] Herzog, B. (2012). EMU AT CROSSROADS, Quarterly Journal on European Issues, CESifo Forum, No 4/2011, p. 23 – 29, 2012.
[22] Herzog, B. and K. Hengstermann (2013), Restoring Credible Economic Governance to the Eurozone, Journal of Economic Affairs, Vol. 33, Issue 1, p. 2-17, 2013.
[23] Herzog, B. (2013). European-Indian Trade Relationship in the Wake of the European Sovereign Debt Crisis: A DSGE-Model Analysis, Quarterly Journal of Policy Research, ISSN 2277-2464, Vol. 1, No 13, p. 62-71, 2013.
[24] Herzog, B. (2013). Die Zukunft Europas – Zwischen Regelbindung und Politischer Union: Ökonomische Bewertung der Maßnahmen im Hinblick auf eine „Fiskalunion“, Europäische Solidarität und nationale Identität – Überlegungen im Kontext der Krise im Euroraum, Sonderband, Hrsg. Prof. C. Calliess, Mohr Siebeck, p. 207-241, ISBN 978-3-16-152814-9, 2013.
[25] Herzog, B. (2013). The Regulatory Trade-Off in Real & Financial Markets, Journal of Economics, Vol. 2(3), p. 17-22, 2013.
[26] Herzog, B. (2014). Google’s search data and its Application in finance, International Journal of Economics, Finance and Management Sciences, Vol. 2(1), p. 1-7, 2014.
[27] Herzog, B. (2014). Whither European Economic Governance, International Journal of Business and Management, Vol. 9, No. 2, p. 7-10, 2014.
[28] Herzog, B. and P. George (2014), Econometric Assessment of a European and Indian Free Trade Agreement, Journal of World Economic Research, Vol. 3, No.1, p. 8-14, 2014.
[29] Herzog, B. and G. Nufer (2014), Analyzing the Effectiveness of Ambush Marketing With Google Search Data, Journal of Advances in Management and Applied Economics, Vol. 4, No. 4, p. 43-58, 2014.
[30] Herzog, B. (2014). A Behavioural Model of European Bond Markets, Journal of Stock & Forex Trading, Vol. 3, Issue 3, 2-4, 2014.
[31] Herzog, B. (2014). The EMU is No One-Way-Street: Back to the Roots!, The Eurozone Crisis and the Future of Europe: The Political Economy of Further Integration and Governance, eds.: Jerome L. Stein (†), D. Daianu, C. D’Adda, G. Basevi and R. Kumar, Chapter 12, p. 191-212, International Political Economy Series, Palgrave Macmillan, UK, ISBN 978 11373 56 741, 2014.
[32] Herzog, B. (2014). Applied Mathematical Theory for Monetary-Fiscal Interaction in a Supranational Monetary Union, Journal of Applied Mathematics and Physics, Vol. 2, No. 8, p. 737-744, 2014.
[33] Herzog, B. (2014). Whither the German Council of Economic Experts? The Past and Future of Public Economic Advice, Journal of Applied Economics and Business, Vol. 2, Issue 3, p. 21-40, 2014.
[34] Herzog, B. (2014). A Review on ‘Capital in the 21th Century’, Journal of Psychology and Behavioral Sciences, Vol. 3, No 6, p.207-211, 2014.
[35] Herzog, B. (2015). An Econophysics Model of Financial Bubbles, Natural Science, Vol. 7, No. 1, p. 55-63, 2015.
[36] Herzog, B. (2015). Quantum Model of Decision-Making In Economics, Journal of Quantum Information Science, Vol. 5, No. 1, p. 1-5, 2015.
[37] Herzog, B. (2015). Applied Mathematical Theory of Governance: Impact of Group Size to Governance, Journal of Theoretical Mathematics and Applications, Vol. 5, No. 2, p. 71-87, 2015.
[38] Herzog, B. (2015). Applied Model for Financial Bubbles, Journal of Applied Finance and Banking, Vol. 5, No. 3, p. 17-26, 2015.
[39] Herzog, B. (2015). A Study on Google Searches in Banking, British Journal of Economics, Management & Trade, Vol. 7, No. 4, p. 236-258, 2015.
[40] Herzog, B. (2015). Analyzing A Systemic Crisis in Finance, Journal of Game Theory, Vol. 4, No. 2, p. 19-25, 2015.
[41] Herzog, B. (2015). Between Theory and Pragmatism, Journal of Economics and Political Economy, A Book Review on ‘Stress Test’ by T. Geithner, Vol. 2(2), p. 331-335, 2015.
[42] Adam, U., B. Herzog, C. Mast, and M. Molterer (2015). Venture Capital and the Innovative Power of a State: Econometric Study Including Google Data, Journal of Statistical and Econometric Methods, Vol. 4. No. 3, p. 47-63, 2015.
[43] Dausch, L. and B. Herzog (2015). Public Debt Sustainability in Europe and Leading Countries, Journal of Empirical Economics, Vol. 4, No. 4, p. 207-215, 2015.
[44] Herzog, B. (2015). Interdisciplinary Analysis of Luhmann’s Sociological Theory on the Euro-Crisis, Journal of Economics & Sociology, Vol. 8, No. 2, p. 102-114, 2015.
[45] Herzog, B. (2015). Anchoring of Expectations: The Role of Credible Targets in a Game Experiment, Journal of Economics and Financial Studies, Vol. 3, No. 6, p. 01-15, 2015.
[46] Herzog, B. (2016). Liquidity Management at the Zero Lower Bound during an Era of Activism in Central Banking, Journal of Mathematical Finance, Vol. 6, p. 48-54, 2016.
[47] Herzog, B. (2016). A Case Study with Google Data: Parallels of Doping Regulation in Cycling and Banking Regulation in Finance, American Journal of Economics, Vol. 6(1), p. 61-71, 2016.
[48] Herzog, B. (2016). A Review on ‘Probability and Stochastic Processes, American Journal of Theoretical and Applied Statistics, Vol. 5(1), p. 23-26, 2016.
[49] Herzog, B. (2016). Modelling Monetary and Fiscal Governance in the Wake of the Sovereign Debt Crisis in Europe, Economies, Vol. 4(2), 9, p. 1-11, 2016.
[50] Herzog, B. (2016). A Review of ‘Brain Computation As Hierarchical Abstraction’, Review of Economics & Business Studies, Vol. IX, Issue no. 2 (XVIII), p. 293-300, 2016.
[51] Herzog, B. and M. Choi (2017). Policy Rules in the Economic and Monetary Union, Review of European Economic  Policy, Intereconomics, Vol. 52, Issue 1, p. 51-56, ISSN 0020-5346.
[52] Herzog, B. (2017). Empirical Analysis of the Status Quo of global e-Governance: What determines the level of  e-Governance across countries?, Advances in Business and Management, Vol. 10, p. 1-21, March, 2017.
[53] Herzog, B. (2017). Does Transparency Mitigate the Political Budget Cycle?, Journal of Economic Studies, Vol. 44,    Issue 5, pp. 666-689.
[54] Herzog, B. (2017). The European Economic and Monetary Union in the 21st Century, Quarterly Journal of Policy    Research, Special Issue – Area Studies Europe, ISSN 2277-2464, Vol. 1, No 13, p. 66-68, 2017.
[55] Herzog, B. (2017). Abwicklungsmechanismus für Mitgliedstaaten des Euroraums, Wirtschaftsdienst – Zeitschrift für Wirtschaftspolitik (Review of German Economic Policy), Jg. 97, Heft 12, p. 881-888.
[56] Herzog, B. (2018). Verschuldete Mitgliedstaaten des Euroraums abwickeln, Bankmagazin, Vol. 2-3, p. 40-45.
[57] Herzog, B. (2018). Reforming the Eurozone: Assessment of the Reform Package By The European Commission – Treating Symptoms or Root Causes?, Journal of Economics & Sociology, Vol. 11(3), p. 59-77.
[58] Herzog, B. (2018). Valuation of Digital Platforms: Experimental Evidence for Google and Facebook,   International Journal of Financial Studies, Vol. 6(4), No. 87, p. 1-13.
[59] Herzog, B. and M. Ferencz (2019). Disziplinierung ohne politische Diskriminierung: Warum es Marktkräfte in   der Währungsunion bedarf!, Ifo Schnelldienst, Vol. X, No. X, p. 1-7. (forthcoming)
[60] Herzog, B. (2019). Europa und die Weltwirtschaft: Eine Erfolgsbilanz?, Zeitschrift Die Politische Meinung, Vol. X,   p. 1-5. (forthcoming)

 

II. Publication of Academic Books
[1] Herzog, B. (2005). Fiscal-Monetary Interaction and the Stability and Growth Pact in the European Monetary Union, Dissertation, 2005.
[2] Herzog, B. (2008). 60 Jahre Soziale Marktwirtschaft – Damals, Heute und der Weg in die Zukunft, ed. by Prof. Dr. Bernhard Vogel, Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung, 2008.
[3] Matthes, J., C. Langhorst and B. Herzog (2008). Globalisierung in Deutschland, Buchserie Zukunftsforum Wirtschaft, Book, Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung, 2008.
[4] Borchard, M. and B. Herzog (2008). Deutscher Mittelstand, CDA-Book, Netherlands, 2008.
[5] Herzog, B. (2008). Die Entstehung der Finanzmarktkrise, Hrsg. M. Borchard, Politik und Beratung, Konrad- Adenauer-Stiftung, ISBN 978-3-940955-38-8, 2008.
[6] Herzog, B. (2009). Die Finanzmarktkrise: Ursachen, Lehren und Lösungsansätze, in: Wirtschaft – Materialien für den Unterricht, Bundesverband der Deutschen Banken, ISBN: 978-3-88760-100-3, 2009.
[7] Herzog, B. (2011). Haushaltlöcher und Steuerentlastung – Was ist zu tun?, Position Liberal 99, Book, Liberales Institut, Potsdam, 2011.
[8] Herzog, B. (2011). From Standard Economics to Behavioral Economics, Book, Vol. BEEC 1/H, Publisher Euro-FH, Hamburg, 2011.
[9] Herzog, B. (2011). Modes of Economic Governance, Science Report, 2011, Berlin.
[10] Herzog, B. (2012). Behavioral Game Theory and Political Economics, Book, Vol. BEEC 2/H, Publisher Euro-FH, Hamburg, 2012.
[11] Herzog, B. (2012). Neuroeconomics – The Economics of Human Brains, Book, Vol. BEEC 3/H, Publisher Euro-FH, Hamburg, 2012.
[12] Herzog, B. (2012). The Euro Crisis And Its Implications, White Paper, DWS Global Financial Institute, No. 4, p. 1-32, July 2012.
[13] Herzog, B. and K. Hengstermann (2013), Where should the eurozone ‘club’ go from here? How a return to credible and enforceable rules will sustain the monetary union, in: The Euro – the Beginning, the Middle…and the End?, ed. by Philip Booth, iea Books, London, UK, p. 196-225, ISBN 9780255366809, 2013.
[14] Herzog, B. and C. Rennhak (2013), Demographic Challenges to the Real & Financial Economy: An Integrated Micro and Macro Study of Germany, White Paper, No. 6, p. 1-31, DWS Global Financial Institute, Zürich, 2013.
[15] Rennhak, C. and B. Herzog (2013), Der demografische Wandel als Herausforderung für die Real- und Finanzwirtschaft, in: Demografischer Wandel – Das neue Zeitalter, Euro Magazine, 04/13, p. 36-44, 2013.
[16] Herzog, B. (2014). A Theory on European Bond Market Turmoil, White Paper, No. 1/14, p. 1-24, DWS Global Financial Institute, Zürich, 2014.
[17] Herzog, B. (2016). Neujustierung der Governance der Europäischen Währungsunion, p. 1-46, Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung, Berlin, ISBN 978-3-95721-206-1, 2016.
[18] Herzog, B. (2017). Die Zukunft der Wirtschafts- und Währungsunion - Eine Insolvenzordnung für den Euroraum, in: Reflexionen über die Zukunft Europas, Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung, No. 243, Mai, Berlin, ISBN 978-3- 95721-544-1.
[19] Herzog, B. (2017). Modelling of the Political Business Cycle and Impact of Transparency, in: Economic and Social Development: Book of Proceedings, p. 197-207, ISSN1849-7535, February.
[20] Herzog, B. (2018). A Monetary Union Without a Fiscal Union, Monetary Unions: Background, Advantages and Disadvantages, ed. Professor Bukowski, Vol. I, p. 99-118, ISBN 978-1-53614-250-1, Nova Science Press.


III. Publication in Proceedings (peer reviewed)
[1] Modes of Economic Governance and Interaction Conflicts; ATINER-Conference Papers and Proceedings, Greece, 2004.
[2] The Stability and Growth Pact and Institutional Conflicts; ECPR- Conference Papers and Proceedings, online, Italy, 2004.
[3] European Monetary Union and Economic Policy Sustainability, XVI. International Economic Seminar, CEIS – Conference Papers and Proceedings, No. 9, 2004.
[4] European Monetary Union and Fiscal Policy Sustainability; Ecomod2004 Conference Papers and Proceedings, France, 2004.
[5] Complex-Modeling within Monetary-Fiscal Interaction and the SGP: A Differential Equation Approach, Conference Papers and Proceedings, New Economic Windows 2004, Complexity Hints for Economic Policy; University of Salerno with collaboration of FIRB, 2004.
[6] European Monetary Union and New Economic Business Restrictions, IBER-Conference Papers and Proceedings, International Business & Economic Research, US, 2004.
[7] European Monetary Union and Fiscal Policy Sustainability: Focus on: Stability and Growth Pact; 9th SPIE Annual Meeting, SPIE Conference Papers and Proceedings, Society of Portuguese Economics, Portugal, 2004.
[8] Modes of Economic Governance and the Worldwide Interaction Conflicts; 46th Annual ISA Convention, ISA Conference Papers and Proceedings, Hawaii, US, 2005.
[9] Institutional Interaction in the EMU: Fiscal-Monetary Interaction and the Stability and Growth Pact; New Frontiers of the European Union, Conference Papers and Proceedings, Morocco, 2005.
[10] Monetary Policy in EMU under the Stability and Growth Pact; Xth Spring Meeting of Young Economists, SMYE Conference Papers and Proceedings, Switzerland, 2005.
[11] Fiscal Governance in a Monetary Union?, 19th Annual Conference of the Irish Economic Association, IEA Conference Papers and Proceedings , Ireland, 2005.
[12] Fiscal Governance in a Monetary Union? Theory of Contract Enforcement; Annual Meeting of the Austrian Economic Association, AEA Conference Papers and Proceedings, Austria, 2005.
[13] Fiscal Governance and the SGP? Theory of Contract Enforcement; 3rd Conference of Scandinavian Association of Law & Economics, SLEA Conference Papers and Proceedings, Copenhagen, Denmark, 2005.
[14] Why do bigger countries have more problems with the Stability and Growth Pact? 61st Congress of the International Institute of Public Finance, IPF Conference Papers and Proceedings, South Korea, 2005.
[15] Do we really need more regulation in finance?, Conference Papers and Proceedings, 2010 Hawaii International Conference on Social Sciences, ISSN #1539-7300, p. 1-21, 2010.
[16] Leading Indicators for Asset Bubbles in Real and Financial Markets, 30th CIRET Conference, Topic: Economic Tendency Surveys and the Services Sector, Hosted by 'The Conference Board, CIRET Conference Papers and Proceedings, New York, NY, 2010.
[17] (With P. George), Economic Implications and Outlook for the EU & India Free-Trade Agreement – A First Econometric Evaluation, Invited paper to 1st CEBS-Conference, Topic: The Implications of the INDO- EUROPE Free-Trade-Agreement (FTA), Conference Papers and Proceedings, Mumbai, India, 2010.
[18] Whither Social Market Economy – The German Success Model Under Pressure? - 20 Years of Economic Convergence and Divergence in East and West Germany, Invited paper to 20th International Conference, The Germans After Twenty Years of Unity, Conference Papers and Proceedings, Hebrew University, Israel, 2010.
[19] Die Europäisch Währungsunion zukunftsfest gestalten, Wiesbadener Tischgespräche, Conference Papers and Proceedings, Konrad-Adenauer Fundation, Wiesbaden, May, 2011.
[20] Whither Social Market Economy?, Economic Policy Challenges and Lessons from the financial Crisis, Economic Seminar, Conference Papers and Proceedings, Konrad-Adenauer Foundation, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, May, 2011.
[21] Current Economic Issues and Challenges in Europe, Conference Papers and Proceedings, Petrobras, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, May, 2011.
[22] Economic Aspects of Subsidiarity, Conference Papers and Proceedings, UN & Swiss Embassy & Konrad-Adenauer Foundation, Brazil, May, 2011.
[23] Wieviel Schuld hat die ökonomische Modellbildung an der Finanz- & Wirtschaftskrise? Wie sind die Alternativen der Verhaltensökonomik und Wirtschaftssoziologie einzuschätzen?, Conference Paper (online), Transatlantischer Dialog – Wirtschaftspolitik im Vergleich US & EU, S. 1-11, Erfurt, November, 2011.
[24] Economic Development and A Social and Security System for Egypt – Proposals, Conference Paper, Policy Talk in Cadenabbia at Comer Lake, p. 1-14, Italy, October, 2011.
[25] The Future of EMU, KAS-Workshop Paper, Reutlingen, p. 1-2, Germany, November, 2011.
[26] Social Market Economy and Neuroeconomics, KAS-Working Paper, p. 1-6, Germany, March, 2012.
[27] Strategies of Budget Consolidation, Conference Paper, Social Market Economy in Europe, p. 1-5, Riga, Latvia, April, 2012.
[28] Die Zukunft der Währungsunion – Wege aus der Krise, Rede auf Darmstädter Gesprächen, p. 1-3, Germany, May, 2012.
[29] Ökonomische Bewertung des Fiskalvertrags vom 2. März 2012, Conference Paper, Europarechtskonferenz "In Vielfalt vereint", p. 1-4, Berlin, Germany, May, 2012.
[30] Central Bank Credibility and Anchoring of Expected Inflation: Insights From An Experimental Game, IAEA Conference Proceeding, 74th International Atlantic Economic Conference, p. 1-49, Montréal, Canada, October, 2012.
[31] Systemic Crisis: The Impact of a Systemic Risk Fund, Conference Proceeding, 9th Conference on Applied Economics, p. 1-35, Kauai, Hawaii, US, November, 2012.
[32] Asset Prices and Google’s Search Data, AFBA-Conference Proceeding, 25th Australasian Finance & Banking Conference, p. 1-32, Sydney, Australia, December, 2012.
[33] The European Sovereign Debt Crisis, Guest Lecture at Yonsei University, p.1-3, Seoul, Republic of Korea, November, 2013.
[34] The Social Market Economy In The Wake of the Crisis: A Success Model for Economic and Social Stability, Conference Proceeding, CCEJ & Korean Research Group on Governance in Parliament, p. 1-9, Seoul, Republic of Korea, November, 2013.
[35] The Future of the Euro Area, Conference Proceeding: The Future of Europe, Speech, European Parliament, Strasbourg, p. 1-4, February, 2014.
[36] The Economics Nobel Prize of 2013, Workshop Volume, CCC-Seminar, p. 1-10, May, 2014.
[37] (With P. Haslanger), A Study on the Impact of Transparency and the Political Business Cycle, International Proceedings of Economics Development and Research, ISSN 2010-4626, International Conference on Business, Management and Governance – ICBMG 2014, Las Vegas, December, 2014, Best Paper Award!
[38] Google Search in Private and Central Banking, IBC-Conference Proceeding, International Business Conference, p. 1-29, Hawaii, USA, January, 2015.
[39] Investment Plan 2015 of EU-Commission (Junker-Plan) and Greek Crisis, Conference Proceeding: European Science and Politics, p. 1-5, Strasbourg, France, March, 2015.
[40] Modelling of the Political Business Cycle and Impact of Transparency, 19th International Scientific Conference, p. 197-207, ISSN1849-7535, Melbourne,  Australia, February, 2017.
[41] Mitigation of Market Volatility through Signal Enhancement of News, World Finance Conference, p. 350-385, Mauritius, July, 2018.


IV. Publication of Discussion Papers
[1] Coordination of fiscal-monetary policy in CIS countries; BOFIT-Central Bank Paper, 02/05, Helsinki, Finland, 2005.
[2] Why do bigger countries have more problems with the Stability and Growth Pact? CeGE Discussion Paper, Nr. 40, ISSN 1439-2305, 2005.
[3] (With C. Wunder, J. Schwarze, G. Krug), Welfare effects of the Euro cash changeover, DIW Discussion paper No. 646, 2007.
[4] (With C. Wunder, J. Schwarze, G. Krug), Welfare effects of the Euro cash changeover, IZA Discussion paper No. 2508, 2007.
[5] (With B. Dauti), Economic Convergence between Macedonia and European Union Member States. The Five Maastricht Criteria, MPRA Paper, No. 21222, 2009.
[6] Ökonomische Analyse des Personalkarussells an der Spitze der Zentralbanken: Die Notwendigkeit von Kontinuität und Konservatismus in der Geldpolitik, WIWI Journal, Fachartikel, Nr. 491, S. 1-9, 2011.
[7] Wie die Finanzmärkte das Primat der Regulierung erlangten, WIWI-Journal, Fachartikel, Nr. 505, 2012.
[8] Tricky Decision between Two Evils – Transaction Tax vs UK-Stamp Tax, WIWI Journal, expert article, No. 522, p. 1-2, 2012.
[9] Demographic and Education Challenges: Where Do We Stand?, WIWI Journal, expert article, No. 523, p. 1-2, 2012.
[10] Asset Prices and Google's Search Data, SSRN Working Paper Series, No 2045766, April 24, 2012. (Ranked under SSRN TOP 10 New Paper-Ranking)
[11] Analyzing Inflation Expectations and the Impact of Target Credibility in Monetary Policy, SSRN Working Paper Series, No. 1926085, October 20, 2012.
[12] Die Zukunft Europas – Zwischen Regelbindung und Politischer Union: Ökonomische Bewertung der Maßnahmen im Hinblick auf eine „Fiskalunion“, ed. by Prof. Calliess, in: Berliner Online-Beiträge zum Europarecht (e-paper in European Law), No. 78, p. 1-38, 2012.
[13] (With K. Hengstermann), Restoring Credible Economic Governance to the Eurozone, EconPapers No. 20265- 0885, 2013.
[14] (With K. Hengstermann), Where should the eurozone ‘club’ go from here? How a return to credible and enforceable rules will sustain the monetary union, in: The Euro – the Beginning, the Middle…and the End?, Philip Booth ed., Institute of Economic Affairs, UK, SSRN Paper Series No. 2267446 , May 2013.
[15] Zukunft der Europäischen Wirtschafts- und Währungsunion, Thesenpapier, KAS Reflexionsgruppe Europa, S. 1-6, Juni, 2016.


V. Contributions in the Annual Report of the German Council of Economic Experts
[1] Annual Report, Chance nutzen – Reformen mutig voranbringen, Wiesbaden, 2005.
[2] Special Report, Ein zielgerichtetes Kombilohnmodel, Wiesbaden, 2006.
[3] Annual Report, Widerstreitende Interessen – ungenutzte Chancen, Wiesbaden, 2006.
[4] Special Report, Staatsverschuldung wirksam begrenzen, Wiesbaden, 2007.
[5] Annual Report, Das Erreichte nicht verspielen Wiesbaden, 2007.

VI. Articles in Newspapers & Magazines
[1] „Schädliche Diskussion“, Süddeutsche Zeitung, Leserbrief, 2003.
[2] „Pakt durchsetzen“, Financial Times Deutschland, Kommentar, 2004.
[3] Comment on “Fiscal, monetary and wage policies in a MU: Is there a need for fiscal rules?”, paper by L. Onorante, 2004.
[4] Comment on “Fiscal and Monetary Policy in the Enlarged European Union”, paper by S. Pogorelec, 2004.
[5] Comment on “Europe at the Cross Roads: Structural Reforms, Fiscal Constraints, and EMU Enlargement”, by Andrew Hughes Hallett, Sven E. Hougard Jensen and Christian Richter, 2005.
[6] Comment on “Equilibrium Exchange Rates in South Eastern Europe, Russia, Ukraine & Turkey: Healthy or (Dutch) Diseased?, by Balázs Égert, 2006.
[7] „EZB plant Abstrafung der Defizitsünder“, Die Zeit, Gastbeitrag, 2006.
[8] (With M. Schäfer), „Aufschwung an den Tankstellen“, Handelsblatt, Gastbeitrag, 2008.
[9] Die Zukunft der Europäischen Währungsunion nicht verspielen, Artikel, Nr. 451, p. 81-83, WIWI April, 2010.
[10] EMU and SGP, International European Summer Journal, Vol. 1, No 1, p. 20-35, 2011.
[11] Strukturell Abspecken!, INSM Ökonomen-Blog, by Invitation, 1. September, 2011.
[12] Steuern senken! Aber richtig!, INSM Ökonomen-Blog, by Invitation, 18. August, 2011.
[13] Positive Effekte von Steuersenkungen nicht unter den Tisch kehren, INSM Ökonomen-Blog, Teil I, by invitation, 25. August, 2011.
[14] Sparen geht nur konkret!, INSM Ökonomen-Blog, Teil II, by Invitation, 25. August, 2011.
[15] Wachsen mit geringeren Steuern!, INSM Ökonomen-Blog, by Invitation, 11. August, 2011.
[16] Chancen auf dem zweiten Bildungsweg, 175-jähriges Schuljubiläum der Jörg-Zürn-Gewerbeschule, Überlingen, 27. Oktober 2011.
[17] Ökonomische Bewertung des EU-Gipfels vom 26. November 2011, Interview in The European Magazine, 28.10.2011.
[18] Euro-Bonds: Lösung aller Probleme?, The European, Kolumne, 2.12.2011.
[19] Eurobonds – Friend or Foe?, The European, European View, 5.12.2011.
[20] (With B. Dauti), Examination of Economic Convergence between Macedonia and EMU’s Maastricht Criteria, International European Summer Journal, Vol. 2, No. 1, 2012.
[21] Eurobonds: Solution or Mess, expert article, No. 502, p. 1-2, WIWI, 2012.
[22] Functioning of Rating Agencies, expert article, No. 504, p. 1-2, WIWI, 2012.
[23] The Crisis of EMU’s Unique Institutional Rules, expert article, No. 521, p. 2, WIWI, 2012.
[24] Kontrolle ist besser – Rating Agenturen, The European, Kolumne, 7.01.2012.
[25] Hot or Not? – Lesson Learned from Rating Agencies, The European, European View, 7.01.2012.
[26] Farewell from IB and Economics, IB-Diary, IB2014 Class, 30.01.2012.
[27] Wie wir uns, so wir euch, The European, Kolumne, 03.02.2012.
[28] Making Markets Work, The European, Columns, 03.02.2012.
[29] Lernt die Währungsunion Ihre Lektion?, INSM Ökonomen-Blog, by Invitation, 23. Februar, 2012.
[30] Fair-Play in der Währungsunion, INSM Ökonomen-Blog, by Invitation, 01. März, 2012.
[31] In Armut gealtert, The European, Kolumne, 02.03.2012.
[32] The Age of Education, The European, Columns, 02.03.2012.
[33] Scharfe Zähne für die Währungsunion, INSM Ökonomen-Blog, by Invitation, 09. März, 2012.
[34] Uniquely Troubled, The European, Columns, 29.03.2012.
[35] Brüssler Zwangsjacke, The European, Kolumne, 07.04.2012.
[36] A Choice Between Two Evils?, The European, Columns, 04.05.2012.
[37] Zwischen zwei Stühlen, The European, Kolumne, 04.05.2012.
[38] No Pain, No Gain, The European, Columns, 01.06.2012.
[39] Vertrauensvorschuss, The European, Kolumne, 01.06.2012.
[40] Schiri für den Euro, The European, Kolumne, 08.07.2012.
[41] Fair Play, The European, Columns, 06.07.2012.
[42] Kontrolle ist besser, Europolitan ESB Quarterly, No 6, p. 40-41, 2012.
[43] Euro-Rettung in drei Lektionen, The European, Kolumne, 11.08.2012.
[44] Why Rules Must Rule Again, The European, Columns, 11.08.2012.
[45] Das Pulver ist verschossen, The European, Kolumne, 28.09.2012.
[46] The False Appeal of Central Banks, The European, Columns, 30.09.2012.
[47] Farewell from IB and Good Luck, IB-Diary, IB2015 Class, 18.01.2013.
[48] Comment on ‘New European Governance’, Palgrave Macmillan, 7 March 2013.
[49] Greetings for Farewell, IB-Diary, IB5, Fall 2013 Class, 14. November 2013.
[50] Europäische Solidarität, aber ohne Eurobonds!, in: Magazine “Karlsruher Transfer”, KIT, ISSN 0937-0803, S. 40-43, April 2014.
[51] Auszeichnung als Super Professor, in: Reutlinger Nachrichten; Südwest Presse, 13.01.2014.
[52] Euro-Zone unter Stress, Interview, Zeitschrift Risiko Manager, 20 Februar 2014.
[53] Titoli di Stato in un’Eurozona sotto stress, Interview, Fondi Online.it, 20 February 2014.
[54] Snel hervormingen nodig, anders een nieuwe eurocrisis, Interview, Belegger.nl, 21 February 2014.
[55] Nuevas soluciones para el mercado de bonos soberanos en una eurozona en tensión, Interview, Funds people Magazine, 24 February 2014.
[56] Have the courage to follow your heart, IB-Diary, IB5, Spring 2014 Class, 1. April 2014.
[57] Künstliche Trennung zwischen FHs und Unis aufheben, Kommentar, Die Zeit, Mai 2014.
[58] Wie funktionieren staatliche Anleihemärkte in einer supranationalen Währungsunion?, Bericht aus der Wissenschaft und Forschung, CCC-Newsletter, RAFIN, Juni 2014.
[59] Braucht Es Eine Neue Theorie für Staatsanleihemärkte?, Europolitan - The ESB Quarterly, Special Finance Issue, No. 9, p. 7-9, September 2014.
[60] Today’s IB-Students – Tomorrow’s IB-Leaders, IB-Diary, Fall 2014, Issue 2, p. 41.
[61] Kapital im 21. Jahrhundert von Thomas Piketty, Bericht aus Wissenschaft und Forschung, Juni, 2015.
[62] How to stick to your own resolutions and career plans effectively?, IB-Diary, Spring 2015, Issue 1, p. 38.
[63] Intrinsic motivation is the greatest natural resource and force, IB-Diary, Fall 2015, Issue 2, p. 44.
[64] Forever Friends, IB-Diary, Spring 2016, Issue 1, p. 40.
[65] Demokratie wird ausgehöhlt, Veranstaltungsbeitrag von Ralf Ott, Diskussion von Professor Däubler-Gmelin mit Professor Herzog über TTIP, Südwestpresse, Reutlingen, 12. Mai 2016.
[66] Es geht darum, in welcher Welt wir leben wollen, Veranstaltungsbeitrag von Juliane Schreinert, Podiumsdiskussion zu TTIP zw. Professor Däubler-Gmelin und Professor Herzog, Hochschule Reutlingen, 13. Mai 2016.
[67] Streitgespräch zwischen Däubler-Gmelin und Wirtschaftsprofessor Herzog, Veranstaltungsbeitrag von Thomas de Marco, Thema: TTIP, Schwäbisches Tagblatt, Reutlingen, 13. Mai 2016.
[68] TTIP: Ein Markt für zwei Systeme, Nordbayerischer Kurier, Interview, 18. Mai 2016.
[69] Stars Tomorrow, IB-Diary, Fall 2016, Issue 2, p. 38.
[70] Unbelehrbar, Südkurier, Leserbrief, S. 21, 17. Juli 2017.
[71] Dauer-Exportüberschuss erzeugt Blase – Das Plädoyer des Wirtschafts-Professors Bodo Herzog vor den Wirtschaftssenioren der CDU in der Firma Frech, Veranstaltungsbericht von Heike Rommel, Rems-Murr-Rundschau, 13.11.2017



VII. Radio-/TV-Interviews & Online Lectures
[1] Radiointerview in Bayern2-Radio, Thema: Finanzjongleure im Paradies: Verschiebebahnhof Europa. Sendung, 3. und 4. Dezember 2006.
[2] RBB Fernsehen, Auswirkungen der Finanzmarktkrise für Deutschland, Interview, 2008.
[3] Deutschlandfunk, Vorteile der Globalisierung für die Verbraucher, Diskussionsrunde, Themenschwerpunktwoche Globalisierung von 21.-27. April, 2008.
[4] Info-Radio Berlin, Ökonomische Herausforderungen der Globalisierung, Diskussionsrunde mit Bundesminister Dr. Röttgen, Prof. Straubhaar, Prof. Eilfort, 2008.
[5] TV-Interview, Herausforderungen der Europäischen Währungsunion, Wiesbadener Tischgespräche, Konrad- Adenauer-Stiftung, 5. Mai 2011. (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HR26w9enTYk, online)
[6] TV-Interview, Herausforderungen der EMU, Stabilitäts- und Wachstumspakts und Staatsverschuldungskrise, ESB Business School, 28. März 2011. (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5PELFnMgy4Y, online)
[7] TV-Interview, Challenges of the European Monetary Union and the Sovereign Debt Crisis in Europe, ESB Business School, 28. March 2011. (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5PELFnMgy4Y, online)
[8] TV-Interview, Challenges of the EMU and Financial Stability, ESB Business School, 12. January 2012. (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xhh4wTD3p-0, online)
[9] TV-Interview, Introduction and Challenges of Neuroeconomics, ESB Business School, 16. January 2012. (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S5ngctnOQ1o, online)
[10] TV-Interview, Fragen zum Fiskalvertrag, Wachstum und europäische Solidarität, Darmstädter Gespräche, Europatour von Parlamentarier des europäischen Parlaments mit Hr. Gahler, MEP, Konrad-Adenauer- Stiftung, 10. Mai 2012. (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p8NPEdH6eFU, online).
[11] TV-Interview, Implications of the Euro-Crisis, DWS Global Financial Institute, Frankfurt, June 21, 2012. (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ULXaosKR81c, online)
[12] Panel Speeches and Discussion, Was the euro a mistake… and does it have a future?, May 2013. (http://vimeo.com/66582069, online)
[13] TV-Interview, History of Central Banking, ESB Business School, 15. November 2013. (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zWczyhZxQbc, online)
[14] TV-Interview, Current Issues in European Central Banking: Target, Strategy and Instruments, ESB Business School, 15. November 2013. (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_ijEvr5shsQ, online)
[15] TV-Interview, A New Bond Market Theory, DWS Global Financial Institute, Frankfurt, Recording 10. December 2013. (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4rsagKW2bIU, online)
[16] TV-Interview, Curriculum Vitae – Professor Herzog, December 2014. (https://vimeo.com/125906300, online)
[17] TV-Lecture, Introduction to Lecture Series ‘Interdisciplinary Studies: Economics Meets Business Ethics’, December 2014, (https://vimeo.com/141684775, online)
[18] TV-Lecture, Tax Evasion, Lecture Series ‘Interdisciplinary Studies: Economics Meets Business Ethics’, No 1, December 2014, (https://vimeo.com/141684777, online)
[19] TV-Lecture, Morality, Honesty, and Social Norms, Lecture Series ‘Interdisciplinary Studies: Economics Meets Business Ethics’, No 2, December 2014, (https://vimeo.com/141684774, online)
[20] TV-Lecture, Growth Theory, special, December 2014, (https://vimeo.com/141684776, online)
[21] TV-Lecture, Introduction to Lecture Series ‘Financial Mathematics & Financial Engineering’, December 2014, (https://vimeo.com/125907058, online)
[22] TV-Lecture, Introduction to Lecture Series ‘Macroeconomics’, 2015, (https://vimeo.com/125906816, online)
[23] TV-Lecture 1-1, Lecture Series ‘Macroeconomics’, February 2015, (https://vimeo.com/126815385, online)
[24] TV-Lecture 1-2, Lecture Series ‘Macroeconomics’, February 2015, (https://vimeo.com/126815531, online)
[25] TV-Lecture 1-3, Lecture Series ‘Macroeconomics’, February 2015, (https://vimeo.com/126816874, online)
[26] TV-Lecture 1-4, Lecture Series ‘Macroeconomics’, February 2015, (https://vimeo.com/126818610, online)
[27] TV-Lecture 2-1, Lecture Series ‘Macroeconomics’, February 2015, (https://vimeo.com/128476386, online)
[28] TV-Lecture 2-2, Lecture Series ‘Macroeconomics’, February 2015, (https://vimeo.com/128476403, online)
[29] TV-Lecture 2-3, Lecture Series ‘Macroeconomics’, February 2015, (https://vimeo.com/128476419, online)
[30] TV-Lecture 2-4, Lecture Series ‘Macroeconomics’, February 2015, (https://vimeo.com/128476449, online)
[31] TV-Lecture 3-1, Lecture Series ‘Macroeconomics’, February 2015, (https://vimeo.com/131888330, online)
[32] TV-Lecture 3-2, Lecture Series ‘Macroeconomics’, February 2015, (https://vimeo.com/131888375, online)
[33] TV-Lecture 3-3, Lecture Series ‘Macroeconomics’, February 2015, (https://vimeo.com/131888397, online)
[34] TV-Lecture 4-1, Lecture Series ‘Macroeconomics’, March 2015, (https://vimeo.com/132098867, online)
[35] TV-Lecture 4-2, Lecture Series ‘Macroeconomics’, March 2015, (https://vimeo.com/132099346, online)
[36] TV-Lecture 5-1, Lecture Series ‘Macroeconomics’, March 2015, (https://vimeo.com/133757287, online)
[37] TV-Lecture 5-2, Lecture Series ‘Macroeconomics’, March 2015, (https://vimeo.com/133757311, online)
[38] TV-Lecture 5-3, Lecture Series ‘Macroeconomics’, March 2015, (https://vimeo.com/133757319, online)
[39] TV-Lecture 5A-1, Lecture Series ‘Macroeconomics’, March 2015, (https://vimeo.com/157905902, online)
[40] TV-Lecture 5A-2, Lecture Series ‘Macroeconomics’, March 2015, (https://vimeo.com/157756186, online)
[41] TV-Lecture 5A-3, Lecture Series ‘Macroeconomics’, March 2015, (https://vimeo.com/157750823, online)
[42] TV-Lecture 5B, Lecture Series ‘Macroeconomics’, March 2015, (https://vimeo.com/151133889, online)
[43] TV-Lecture 6-1, Lecture Series ‘Macroeconomics’, March 2015, (https://vimeo.com/133759715, online)
[44] TV-Lecture 6-2, Lecture Series ‘Macroeconomics’, March 2015, (https://vimeo.com/133759724, online)
[45] TV-Lecture 6-3, Lecture Series ‘Macroeconomics’, March 2015, (https://vimeo.com/133759729, online)
[46] TV-Lecture 7-1, Lecture Series ‘Macroeconomics’, TTIP, April 2015, (https://vimeo.com/133762162, online)
[47] TV-Lecture 8-1, Lecture Series ‘Macroeconomics’, April 2015, (https://vimeo.com/133765446, online)
[48] TV-Lecture 8-2, Lecture Series ‘Macroeconomics’, April 2015, (https://vimeo.com/133765457, online)
[49] TV-Lecture 8-3, Lecture Series ‘Macroeconomics’, April 2015, (https://vimeo.com/133765462, online)
[50] TV-Lecture 9-1, Lecture Series ‘Macroeconomics’, May 2015, (https://vimeo.com/134286871, online)
[51] TV-Nobel Lecture in Economics, May 2015, (https://vimeo.com/145499437, online)
[52] TV-Lecture App-AD-AS, Lecture Series ‘Macroeconomics’, 2015, (https://vimeo.com/150693299, online)
[53] TV-Lecture App-Discrete Solow, Lecture Series ‘Macroeconomics’, 2015, (https://vimeo.com/149385772, online)
[54] TV-Lecture App-Bankruptcy-1, Lecture Series ‘Macroeconomics’, 2015, (https://vimeo.com/161794126, online)
[55] TV-Lecture App-Bankruptcy-2, Lecture Series ‘Macroeconomics’, 2015, (https://vimeo.com/161894945, online)
[56] TV-Lecture, Derivation of Black-Scholes Equation, Lecture Series ‘Financial Mathematics & Financial Engineering’, special, June 2015, (https://vimeo.com/141684772, online)
[57] TV-Interview, OMT Program of the European Central Bank (ECB): After the court decision of EUGH, July 2015, (https://vimeo.com/133765471, online)
[58] TV-Interview, Research Update, Quantum Model of Decision-Making (QMDM), July 2015, (https://vimeo.com/133765481, online)
[59] TV-Lecture 1-1, Lecture Series ‘Financial Mathematics’, September 2015, (https://vimeo.com/152963506, online)
[60] TV-Lecture 1-2, Lecture Series ‘Financial Mathematics’, September 2015, (https://vimeo.com/152963507, online)
[61] TV-Lecture 2-1, Lecture Series ‘Financial Mathematics’, October 2015, (https://vimeo.com/153218570, online)
[62] TV-Lecture 2-2, Lecture Series ‘Financial Mathematics’, October 2015, (https://vimeo.com/153218677, online)
[63] TV-Lecture 2-3, Lecture Series ‘Financial Mathematics’, October 2015, (https://vimeo.com/153218746, online)
[64] TV-Lecture 2-4, Lecture Series ‘Financial Mathematics’, October 2015, (https://vimeo.com/153218795, online)
[65] TV-Lecture 3-1, Lecture Series ‘Financial Mathematics’, October 2015, (https://vimeo.com/153218913, online)
[66] TV-Lecture 3-2, Lecture Series ‘Financial Mathematics’, October 2015, (https://vimeo.com/153218990, online)
[67] TV-Lecture 3-3, Lecture Series ‘Financial Mathematics’, October 2015, (https://vimeo.com/153219069, online)
[68] TV-Lecture 4-1, Lecture Series ‘Financial Mathematics’, October 2015, (https://vimeo.com/153219419, online)
[69] TV-Lecture 4-2, Lecture Series ‘Financial Mathematics’, October 2015, (https://vimeo.com/153219447, online)
[70] TV-Lecture 4-3, Lecture Series ‘Financial Mathematics’, October 2015, (https://vimeo.com/153219496, online)
[71] TV-Lecture 4-4, Lecture Series ‘Financial Mathematics’, October 2015, (https://vimeo.com/153219541, online)
[72] TV-Lecture 5-1, Lecture Series ‘Financial Mathematics’, November 2015, (https://vimeo.com/153750888, online)
[73] TV-Lecture 6-1, Lecture Series ‘Financial Mathematics’, November 2015, (https://vimeo.com/153750963, online)
[74] TV-Lecture 6-2, Lecture Series ‘Financial Mathematics’, November 2015, (https://vimeo.com/153750995, online)
[75] TV-Lecture 6-3, Lecture Series ‘Financial Mathematics’, November 2015, (https://vimeo.com/153751073, online)
[76] TV-Lecture 6-4, Lecture Series ‘Financial Mathematics’, November 2015, (https://vimeo.com/153751115, online)
[77] TV-Lecture 6-5, Lecture Series ‘Financial Mathematics’, November 2015, (https://vimeo.com/153751141, online)
[78] TV-Lecture 7-1, Lecture Series ‘Financial Mathematics’, December 2015, (https://vimeo.com/154030319, online)
[79] TV-Lecture 7-2, Lecture Series ‘Financial Mathematics’, December 2015, (https://vimeo.com/154030379, online)
[80] TV-Lecture 7-3, Lecture Series ‘Financial Mathematics’, December 2015, (https://vimeo.com/154030414, online)
[81] TV-Lecture 7-4, Lecture Series ‘Financial Mathematics’, December 2015, (https://vimeo.com/154030433, online)
[82] TV-Lecture 7-5, Lecture Series ‘Financial Mathematics’, December 2015, (https://vimeo.com/154030462, online)
[83] TV-Lecture 8-1, Lecture Series ‘Financial Mathematics’, December 2015, (https://vimeo.com/155147805, online)
[84] TV-Lecture 8-2, Lecture Series ‘Financial Mathematics’, December 2015, (https://vimeo.com/155147814, online)
[85] TV-Lecture App-1 on PDEs, ‘Financial Mathematics’, March 2016, (https://vimeo.com/164745178, online)
[86] TV-Lecture App-2 on PDEs, ‘Financial Mathematics’, March 2016, (https://vimeo.com/164745192, online)
[87] TV-Lecture App-3 on PDEs, ‘Financial Mathematics’, March 2016, (https://vimeo.com/164786580, online)
[88] TV-Lecture App-4 on PDEs, ‘Financial Mathematics’, March 2016, (https://vimeo.com/165560561, online)
[89] TV-Lecture App-5 on Gaussian, ‘Financial Mathematics’, March 2016, (https://vimeo.com/165560560, online)
[90] TV-Interview, Research Update, Five Presidents’ Report, April 2016, (https://vimeo.com/161894958, online)
[91] TV-Dialogue, What is a MOOC?, with Prof. Banke, Part I, Spring 2016, (https://vimeo.com/148912187, online)
[92] TV-Dialogue, What are the Goals of the MOOCs, with Prof. Banke, Part II, Spring 2016, (https://vimeo.com/148912188, online )
[93] TV-Dialogue, How can I use the MOOC sensible?, with Prof. Banke, Part III, Spring 2016, (https://vimeo.com/148912189, online)
[94] TV-Dialogue, Who will benefit from the MOOC?, with Prof. Banke, Part IV, Spring 2016, (https://vimeo.com/148912190, online)
[95] TV-Dialogue, How are the MOOCs structured?, with Prof. Banke, Part V, Spring 2016, (https://vimeo.com/148913740, online)
[96] TV-Dialogue, What requirements are necessary for the MOOCs?, with Prof. Banke, Part VI, Spring 2016, (https://vimeo.com/148915834, online)
[97] TV-Dialogue, Personal Experiences about MOOCs, with Prof. Banke, Part VII, Spring 2016, (https://vimeo.com/149148912, online)
[98] TV-Dialogue, Experiences with MOOCs, with Prof. Banke, Part VIII, Spring 2016, (https://vimeo.com/149148915, online)
[99] TV-Dialogue, How do you see the future of MOOCs?, with Prof. Banke, Part IX, Spring 2016, (https://vimeo.com/149148913, online)
[100] TV-Lecture, How a professor is able to read your mind?, June, 2016, (https://vimeo.com/149151960, online)
[101] TV-Debate, Pro & Con about TTIP, Prof. Däubler-Gmelin & Bodo Herzog, Spring 2016, (https://vimeo.com/167492990, online)
[102] TV-Clip, The Role of Negative Interest Rates, October, 2016, (https://vimeo.com/184017038, online)
[103] TV-Clip, Der Negative Zins, October, 2016, (https://vimeo.com/182392026, online)