PD Dr.  E. Muchlinski

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12.2007 Post-Doctoral Lecturer Qualification ("Habilitation", Venia Legendi in Macroeconomics/Volkswirt-schaftslehre) from Free University of Berlin, Privatdozent (PD)

Ms published: Muchlinski, Elke (2011) Central Banks and Coded Language. Risks and Benefits. Palgrave Macmillan. Houndmills, Basingstoke.

05.2007 Title of my submitted manuscript: "Central Bank Transparency: From 'monetary mystique' to 'matching deeds to words' ". Publication in Palgrave Mcmillan.

12.2005 Philosophy (equiv. M.A. in Philosophy), Publication in LOGOS Verlag Berlin

12.1994 Degree: Dr. rer. pol. (equiv. Ph.D. in Economics); Grade: summa cum laude

08.1988 Diploma in Economics (equiv. M.A. in Economics)


Since 10.2018 Guest Lecturer

04.2018 - 09.2018 Lecturer, Blended-IT Masterplan (Project) International Economics and European Economic Policy, Berlin School of Business and Law

04.2017 - 03.2018 Temporary Appointment Visiting Professor Berlin School of Business and Law.

10.2013 - 03.2017 Lehrtätigkeit an der SRH-Hochschule Berlin (, EBC-Hochschule Campus Berlin ( , and Hochschule für Wirtschaft und Recht (HWR) in Berlin

2011- 2013 Guest Professor at the University of Saarlandes, Saarbrücken. International Monetary Institutions, Macropolicy & Macroeconomics, History of Economic Thought, Masterprogram "Economics and Philosophy" - Transdisciplinary program

2010 Guest Professor at the University of Halle, Wittenberge. International monetary institutions & Monetary Economics, Inflation vs. Deflation, Central Banking in Theory and Practice

2009 Guest Professor at the University of Trier (Rheinland-Pfalz): International monetary institutions, Macroeconomics and Monetary Economics.

2008 Guest Professor (temporary appointment) at the University of Hamburg, Department of Economics. International Economic Policy and Macroeconomic.

01.2006 - 12.2007 Lecturer at Department of Economics at Free University of Berlin: International monetary institution and international cooperation.

02.2001 - 02.2005 Assistant Professor and reserach project on Central Banking. Transparency, Accountability and Communication, at Jean Monnet-Chair at the Free University of Berlin, Prof. Dr. Horst Tomann.

09.1999 - 02.2000 Reserach Fellow at German Historical Institute GHI in Washington, DC, U.S.A.Fulbright Grant and German-Marshall-Funds-Grant. Title: "Central Bank Policy in North America and its Impli­ca­tions for the Choice of a Monetary Regimes in Western Europe".

01.2000 - 01.1998 Reserach Project on International Monetary System and International Coordination and Lecturer at the Department of Economics at Free University of Berlin.

03.1996 - 01.1991 Assistent teacher and research project at Free University Berlin, Department of Economics,  Institute of Economic Policy, Reseach project on "Central Banks: History, Theory and Politics", "The Early  Manuscripts from 1904 to 1911 of John Maynard Keynes" - A Research Project in cooperation with the Modern Archiv of King's College at Cambridge, UK.

10.1988 to 12.1990 Research Fellow at the Department of Economics, Free University of Berlin.