Jann Ralle

Year: 2021

Center: Economics

Jann was born in Georgsmarienhütte. He obtained his bachelor and master degree in Economics from Humboldt University in Berlin. During his bachelor and master program Jann worked as a student research assistant for Prof. Dr. Florentine Schwark at the chair of Macroeconomics and Financial Markets at Humboldt University, where he worked on projects examining the impact of digitalization on labor productivity and the determinants of inter-industry worker flows in Germany. In his bachelor thesis, Jann conducted time series analyses to examine the impact of the introduction of the Euro on real exchange rate behaviour within Europe to assess the stability of the European monetary union. In his master thesis, Jann examined the interplay of monetary policy and labor market frictions. To assess the performance of a DSGE model with labor market frictions and involuntary unemployment compared to structural vectorautoregressive models, Jann examined theoretical and empirical responses to various macroeconomic shocks.

His main research interests are monetary economics, labor economics, (Bayesian) time series analysis and DSGE modeling.

Jann Ralle

Jann Ralle

Doctoral Student
University of Mannheim
Mannheim