AICGS Non-Resident Fellows are drawn from a group of former fellows, authors, DAAD Prize recipients, and colleagues. These experts bring to AICGS an even greater level of insight and analysis into various Business & Economics, Foreign & Domestic Policy, and Society, Culture & Politics aspects of the German-American relationship and into this relationship's position in the world as a whole.

Waltraud Schelkle is a Senior Lecturer in Political Economy at the European Institute and has been at the London School of Economics (LSE )since autumn 2001, teaching courses on the political economy of European integration at MSc and PhD level. She is an Adjunct Professor of economics at the Economics Department of the Free University …Read More

Stormy-Annika Mildner is a senior researcher at the German Institute for International and Security Affairs (SWP), a policy-oriented think-tank based in Berlin. Working within the research unit on ‘The Americas,’ her field of expertise is international trade and finance. Her current work is focused on financial regulatory reform in both the United States and Germany …Read More

Dr. Caroline Fohlin is Research Professor of Economics at Johns Hopkins University. Her research investigates how financial markets, institutions, and systems have developed around the world over the long run, and how the organization of financial intermediaries influences their performance and potentially impinges on economic growth. Her research demonstrates the idiosyncratic nature of financial development …Read More

Dr. Michael Fichter has conducted extensive research in the field of labor relations, amongst others as a senior lecturer and administrative director of the Center for Labor Relations at the Free University of Berlin.  

Claudia Dziobek is Division Chief, Government Finance Statistics, International Monetary Fund   Recent Publications on the usefulness of the IMF’s Government Finance Statistics Yearbook for policy analysis: Maps of Government for 74 countries (IMF Working Paper WP/11/127), Measuring Fiscal Decentralization (IMF Working Paper WP/11/126); and publications on Central Bank Losses (2005); the statistics of inflation …Read More

Sebastian Dullien is professor for International Economics at HTW Berlin – University of Applied Sciences. His research focuses on European integration, international macroeconomics, and financial market regulation. He has worked as a consultant and expert for the different political foundations, different sub-organizations of the United Nations, and has testified in front of different committees of …Read More

Klaus Deutsch

Dr. Klaus Deutsch is currently Senior Economist with Deutsche Bank Research. He joined Deutsche Bank in July 1996 as an economist in the unit on Economic and Banking Policy, European integration in the headquarters in Frankfurt. After a one-year exchange stint with the Federal Chancellery in 1999/2000, he founded and has directed the office of …Read More

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