Brandt School Universität Erfurt

Prof. Dr. Dominik Maltritz

Professor for International Economics

+49 (0)361 / 737-4621
LG 1/ Room 138
Office hours:

     Wednesday, 13:30 - 14:00 hrs.

Please contact Ms. Rathje

Dominik Maltritz is Professor for International Economics at the University of Erfurt. He studied Business Administration (1994-1999) and Physics (1991-1994) at the University of Göttingen. From 1999 until 2009 he worked at the chair of monetary economics at TU Dresden, where he earned his doctoral degree for his Dissertation "Quantifizierung von Souveränrisiken" in 2006. His fields of interest are: international financial crises, default risks, option pricing theory, capital flow to developing countries and determinants of foreign direct investments, corporate teakeovers and choice of location.

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Courses taught at the Brandt School (selection):

  • IPE: Economic Explanation of World and Everyday Life Problems (WS 2012/13)

  • IPE: Financial Crises: History, Cases, Forecasting (SS 2013 and 2014)

  • IPE: Credit Ratings, Country Defaults and Bond Markets (WS 2013/14)

  • IPE: Developing Countries and the Impact of Financial Crises, Defaults and Capital Flows (WS 2014/15)

  • IPE: Economic Growth, the External Sector, and Country Risks in Developing Countries (SS 2015, 2016 and 2017)

  • IPE: Financial Crises: Theory, Empirics and History (SS 2018 and 2019)

Selected Publications

"Economic Determinants of Country Credit Risk: A Bayesian Approach"
Faculty of Business Management and Economics, Dresden University of Technology, 2007

"Quantifizierung von Souveränrisiken"
Marburg: Metropolis-Verlag, 2006