Prof. Dr. Ulrich Klüh

Research Focuses

  • Macroeconomics, especially pragmatic Keynesian macroeconomics
  • Financial markets / Financial institutions / Financial market regulation
  • Central banks
  • History of dogmas and theory

Department at SECP

  • Political Economy and Society
  • Macro- and microeconomic analyses

Effects of sustainability transformation on politics and society


Office F15, 124
Phone +49.6151.16-39240
Fax +49.6151.16-38399

Education & Degrees

2001 – 2006 Munich Graduate School of Economics                   

PhD Studies
Thesis: “Financial Safety Net Design and Systemic Stability”
February 2006: Dr. oec. pub. (“summa cum laude”)


1994 – 2000 Johann Wolfgang Goethe University, Frankfurt   

Studies in Economics
Majors: Monetary Economics and International Finance, Public
Finance, International Business Administration
October 2000: Diploma in Economics (“very good”)


1999 University of California, Berkeley                                             

Exchange Student
Diploma in International Trade and Commerce (“awarded with distinction“)


“In a society in conformity with the market, there can at best be individual, perhaps even collectively incremental, but by no means transformative choices.” – Prof. Dr. Ulrich Klüh