Felix Roth

Senior Research Fellow, Chair for International Economics, University of Hamburg.

Since 2019, Felix Roth has been a Principal Investigator and a Senior Research Fellow in the Department of Economics at the chair of International Economics at the University of Hamburg. There he successfully completed his habilitation in economics on the topic of “Intangible Capital and Labour Productivity Growth and Determinants of Public Support for the Euro“ in June 2020. The department of economics at the University of Hamburg has conferred the status of Senior Lecturer to him since October 2021. His doctoral thesis in economics was jointly supervised by the London School of Economics and the University of Göttingen where he earned his PhD in Economics in 2007. He studied economics, sociology, and European law at Nancy2 and at the University of Munich where he received his Diploma in Social Sciences in 2003.  In his academic research, PD Dr. Roth has concentrated on the relationship between intangible capital and productivity growth, as well as on the determinants of public support for the euro. He recently received a major research grant under the Horizon2020 GLOBALINTO project (2019-2022), focusing his attention on the contribution of intangible investments to productivity growth. He has published his research results as monographs with renowned academic publishing houses such as Springer, in the leading international journals in his field, such as Journal of Common Market Studies, Review of Income and Wealth and Kyklos in a wide selection of academic Scopus articles in his research field and as contributions to a large variety of edited volumes in renowned academic publishing houses such as Routledge and Edward Elgar. PD Dr. Roth has spent over a decade working on EU issues as an expert for DG RTD and JRC, as DG ECFIN Research Fellow in 2014-15, and as a Research Fellow at the Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS) in Brussels from 2007-2014. His personal homepage can be accessed at: https://www.felixroth.net.

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