Department of Economics

Assistant professor

Room: POR/16.A-1.95

I am a macroeconomist working mostly on issues related to international capital flows. In this context, I also study the effect of demographic aging and pension reform. Another interest of mine concerns the effects of automation technology on labor markets.

Primary research areas

International Macroeconomics




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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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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
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 - 2020