Department of Economics

Assistant professor

Room: POR/16.A-1.95

I am a macroeconomist working on long-run topics, such as: Automation technology and the future of work, demographic aging with its implications for pension systems and global capital flows, and inequality. Most of my recent work combines macro models with micro data.

Primary research areas

(International) Macroeconomics

Technological change

Demographic aging and pensions



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Selected publications

Assessing the Forward Premium Puzzle: A Factor Augmented Panel Data Approach (with Jörg Breitung), in: Cheung, Y.W. and Westermann, F. (eds.) "International Currency Exposure", MIT Press (2017)

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Torben M. Andersen; Joydeep Bhattacharya; Anna Grodecka-Messi; Katja Mann / Pension Reform and Wealth Inequality : Evidence from Denmark.
Stockholm : Sveriges Riksbank 2022, 58 p. (Working Paper Series / Sveriges Riksbank, No. 411)
Working paper
Katja Mann; Lukas Püttmann / Benign Effects of Automation : New Evidence from Patent Texts.
In: Review of Economics and Statistics, 9.8.2021
Journal article > peer review
Katja Mann / Does Foreign Capital Go Where the Returns Are? Financial Integration and Capital Allocation Efficiency
In: International Journal of Finance and Economics, Vol. 26, No. 3, 7.2021, p. 3945-3971
Journal article > peer review
Rina Bhattacharya; Katja Mann; Mwanza Nkusu / Estimating the Demand for Reserve Assets across Diverse Groups of Countries
In: Review of International Economics, Vol. 27, No. 3, 8.2019, p. 822–853
Journal article > peer review
Yao Chen; Katja Mann / 48. Konstanzer seminar zur geldtheorie und geldpolitik 2017
In: Credit and Capital Markets, Vol. 51, No. 2, 2018, p. 315-324
Comment/debate > peer review
Rina Bhattacharya; Katja Mann; Mwanza Nkusu / Estimating the Demand for Reserve Assets Across Diverse Groups
Washington : International Monetary Fund 2018, 48 p. (IMF Working Paper, No. 18/47)
Working paper
Katja Verena Mann / Macroeconomic Effects of Financial Integration, Demographic Aging and Automation Technology
Bonn : Rechts- und Staatswissenschaftliche Fakultät der Rheinischen Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn 2018, 135 p.
Ph.D. thesis
Katja Mann; Jörg Breitung / Assessing the Forward Premium Puzzle : A Factor Augmented Panel Data Approach.
In: International Currency Exposure. ed. /Yin-Wong Cheung; Frank Westermann. Cambridge, MA : MIT Press 2017, p. 265-288 (CESifo Seminar Series)
Book chapter > peer review
Outside activities

Collaboration on research activities in economics and finance, Danmarks Nationalbank, 2019 - 2021