Team

Verena Grass

Verena Grass
Role
Ph.D. Student
Key activities
  • Applied Econometrics
  • Financial Markets
  • Public Finance

    Lectures at DIW Berlin

  • Vortrag Empirical Macroeconomics : Workshop "Aktuelle Forschungsfragen der Zeitreihenökonometrie" der FU Berlin
    Berlin, 24.11.2016

    The Impact of QE on the Top Tail Wealth Distribution in Germany
    Verena Grass

  • Vortrag Empirical Macroeconomics : Workshop des Forschungsschwerpunkts Statistik und Ökonometrie der FU Berlin
    Berlin, 04.02.2016

    Bubble Detecting in Public Debt : Evidence from Sequential ADF Tests
    Verena Grass

  • Vortrag 21. DStatG Nachwuchsworkshop
    Hamburg, 14.09.2015 - 15.09.2015

    Fiscal Sustainability of International Federal Budgets : An Investigation with Time Series Evidence
    Verena Grass

  • Vortrag Taxation in a Global Economy : 71st Annual Conference of the International Institute of Public Finance (IIPF 2015)
    Dublin, Irland, 20.08.2015 - 23.08.2015

    Tax Transfer Payments after Natural Disaster : A Diff-in-Diff Analysis of the 2002 Elbe Flood and Its Impact on Municipal Finances in Saxony
    Verena Grass

  • Vortrag Topics in Time Series Econometrics : Doctoral Seminar, Freien Universität Berlin
    Tornow, 07.07.2015 - 08.07.2015

    Fiscal Sustainability of International Federal Budgets : An Investigation with Time Series Evidence
    Verena Grass

  • CV - Short Version

    Verena Grass joined the Graduate Center in October 2011. Having studied economical mathematics in Berlin and Århus and Political Science in Hagen, she holds a degree (Diplom-Wirtschaftsmathematikerin) from the Technical University Berlin and a certificate in Peace and Conflict studies. Before joining the DIW she gained working experience both in the private and public sectors, she was working at the consulting company PwC in Risk management, Financial Services and Public sector consulting and completed an internship at the German Bundestag. Throughout her studies Verena focused on modelling with differential equations and developed a keen interest in the link between financial markets and the macroeconomics.