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Johannes Tiemer

Interested in macro views on money, society, institutions and their interaction. On the methodological side, he is into agent-based modelling, complexity, networks, econometrics and programming.

Having graduated in Economics from Kiel University, Germany, Johannes Tiemer currently teaches and pursues a PhD in macro- and monetary economics at University of Duisburg-Essen in Germany. Due to his interest in complexity and agent-based modelling and part due to pure coincidence, he is a coordinator in the YSI Complexity Economics Reading Group since 2012.