Dr. Frank Bohn is an American-German Situation Room Fellow in October-November 2018.
Frank Bohn, Radboud University Nijmegen, previously worked at Essex University (UK) and University College Dublin (Ireland). His academic background comprises a Licence (BA) from Toulouse University, a Diplom (MA) from Bonn University , a Princeton University Fellowship, and a PhD from Heidelberg University. Frank’s interest is in macroeconomics and political economy. He has papers in public finance, monetary economics, and international economics incorporating political instability, corruption, rent-seeking, and time-inconsistency. More recently, his work has focused on political budget (and propaganda) cycles and political forecast cycles. His 2018 publications (all forthcoming) are in the European Journal of Political Economy, PlosOne, the Review of International Economics, and Economics and Politics.
Frank Bohn, AGSR Fellow
AGI is pleased to welcome Frank Bohn as an AGI/GMF Fellow with the American-German Situation Room in Washington, DC, in October-November 2018. Frank Bohn, Radboud University Nijmegen, previously worked at …