On August 20, my research assistant over the last couple of years, Tim Dominik Maurer, successfully defended his master thesis, entitled "Debt, Pensions and Fiscal Policy under Dynamic Inefficiency and Demographic Change".
I have been Tim's thesis supervisor - and I was the internal examiner... The external examiner, Michael Teit Nielsen, and I both agreed that the thesis was of outstanding quality.
Tim has now completed the CBS "Master of Science in Advanced Economics and Finance" programme, and he will be awarded the degree of "cand. oecon" or "MSc in Economics and Finance". Congratulations, Tim!
Tim continues his career in the Swiss Central Bank, and I look forward to continue my collaboration with him in relation to topics on pensions, demographic change, and fiscal policy.
The thesis can be downloaded here
A record of other recent theses that I have been supervising can be seen here