Prof. Dr. Reinhard Hujer

Chair of Statistics and Econometrics
Johann Wolfgang Goethe-University Frankfurt/Main
Faculty of Economics and Business Administration
P.O. Box 11 19 32
Mertonstrasse 17
D-60054 Frankfurt/Main

Tel:    +49 (0) 69 798 28115
Fax:   +49 (0) 69 798 23673
e-mail: hujer@wiwi.uni-frankfurt.de
Reinhard Hujer
   
A list of selected publications can be found here.
 

Curriculum Vitae

 

06.09.1940

Born in Reichenberg

28.03.1967

Diploma in engineering and economics, Technical University of Darmstadt

08.04.1970

Ph.D., Technical University of Darmstadt

1973

Post-doctoral degree (Habilitation) for "Economics and Econometrics", Technical University of Darmstadt

1974

Full Professor for Statistics and Econometrics, Technical University of Darmstadt

1980

Full Professor for Statistics and Econometrics, J.W.Goethe-University, Frankfurt

1980-1990

Member of the research project "Microanalytical Foundations of Social Policy" financed by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschft (DFG)

1982-1985

Speaker of the research project "Microanalytical Foundations of Social Policy" October

1986

Visiting Professor at University of Wisconsin, Madison and at Stanford University, California

10/1988-09/1989

Dean of the Department of Economics, J.W. Goethe University, Frankfurt

1991 - 1995

Leader of the research project "Microeconometric Analysis of the dynamics of the labour supply of women on national markets" financed by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG)

Since1995

Member of the editorial board of the journal "Mitteilungen aus der Arbeitsmarkt- und Berufsforschung"

1995 - 1999

Leader of the research project "Vocational Training and Labour Market Career"

Since 2000

Leader of the research project "Effects of subsidies and innovation on the structure of the labour demand in West- and East-Germany: Microeconometric Analysis with the IAB-Betriebspanel" financed by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG)

Since 2001

Leader of the research project "Effects of Job Creation and Structural Adjustment Schemes" in cooperation with the Institue for Employment Research in Nuremberg