Dr. Linda Glawe

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Email: linda.glawe

Phone: +49 2331 987-1707

Room: B 108, 1st floor, Building 3

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Curriculum Vitae

Education
01/2019 Dr. rer. pol. (summa cum laude), University of Hagen
2014 - 2016 M.Sc. in Economics (with honors), University of Hagen
2010 - 2014 B.Sc. in Economics, University of Hagen
2010 - 2014 Studies of Classical and Modern Dance and Dance Education, Düsseldorf
Employment
Since 2016 Researcher at the University of Hagen (Department of Macroeconomics)
Since 2016 Member of the Center for East Asia Macroeconomic Studies

Teaching

Seminars

WT 2022/23 Current Challenges in Economic Development
ST 2022 Current Challenges in Economic Development
WT 2021/22 Current Challenges in Economic Development
ST 2021 Current Challenges in Economic Development
ST 2020 Current Challenges in Macroeconomics

Courses

Since 2018 Module 31841, Course 41821 „Globalization and Economic Development“
Since 2020 Module 7.1 (Hagen Institute for Management Studies) „National Economic Policy“
Since 2020 Module 7.2 (Hagen Institute for Management Studies) „International Integration“
Since 2020 Module 7.3 (Hagen Institute for Management Studies) „International Crisis Management“
2020-2021 Module WI, Course 40502 „Globalization and Global Economic Policy“
2019-2020 Module 31111, Course 40621 „Macroeconomics“
2016-2017 Module 32661, Course 42171 „Applied Macroeconomics“

Since 2018 participation in the certificate programs „E-Teaching“ and „HD-NRW-Zertifikatsprogramm 'Professionelle Lehrkompetenz für die Hochschule'“ of the „Netzwerk Hochschuldidaktik NRW“.

Honors and Awards

06/2022 „Chinese Bridge“ Chinese Proficiency Competition, Germany, 2nd place
11/2019 Dies Academicus 2019 (prize for the best dissertation)
08/2017 Invitation to the 6th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting on Economic Sciences, Lindau, Germany.

Third Party Funding

Asian Development Bank Institute (ADBI), Project „The People’s Republic of China in the Middle-Income Trap“, 2016-2017

Publications

  • Glawe, L. and Wagner, H. (2022): The 'Double Trap' in China - Multiple Equilibria in Institutions and Income and Their Causal Relationship. Conditionally accepted for publication by Open Economies Review. Key Findings
  • Glawe, L. and Mendez, C. (2022): Schooling Ain't Learning in Europe: A Club Convergence Perspective. Comparative Economic Studies. doi: https://doi.org/10.1057/s41294-022-00194-3 Interactive Figures
  • Glawe, L. and Wagner, H. (2022): Is Schooling the Same as Learning? – The Impact of the Learning-Adjusted Years of Schooling on Growth in a Dynamic Panel Data Framework. Forthcoming in: World Development 151: 105773. doi: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.worlddev.2021.105773.
  • Glawe, L. and Wagner, H. (2021): Convergence, Divergence, or Multiple Steady States? New Evidence on the Institutional Development within the European Union. Journal of Comparative Economics 49(3): 860-884. doi: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jce.2021.01.006.
  • Glawe, L. and Wagner, H. (2021): Divergence Tendencies in the European Integration Process: A Danger for the Sustainability of the E(M)U? Journal of Risk and Financial Management 14(3), 104: 1-22.doi: https://doi.org/10.3390/jrfm14030104.
  • Glawe, L. and Wagner, H. (2020): The Role of Institutional Quality and Human Capital for Economic Growth across Chinese Provinces – A Dynamic Panel Data Approach. Journal of Chinese Economic and Business Studies 18(3): 209-227. doi: https://doi.org/10.1080/14765284.2020.1755140.
  • Glawe, L. and Wagner, H. (2020): The Middle-Income Trap 2.0: The Increasing Role of Human Capital in the Age of Automation and Implications for Developing Asia. Asian Economic Papers 19(3): 40-58. doi: https://doi.org/10.1162/asep_a_00783.
  • Glawe, L. and Wagner, H. (2019): China in the Middle-Income Trap? China Economic Review 60, 101264: 1-25. doi: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chieco.2019.01.003.
  • Glawe, L. and Wagner, H. (2019): The Deep Determinants of Economic Development in China - A Provincial Perspective. Journal of the Asia Pacific Economy 24(4): 484-514. doi: https://doi.org/10.1080/1354 7860.2019.1636610.
  • Glawe, L. and Wagner, H. (2016): The Middle-Income Trap - Definitions, Theories and Countries Concerned: A Literature Survey. Comparative Economic Studies 58(4): 507-538. doi: https://doi.org/10.1057/s41294-016-0014-0.

Books and Book Chapters

  • Glawe, L. and Wagner, H. (2022): New Evidence on the Impact of Institutions on Economic Development in China. In: Parent, A. und Le Riche, A. (Eds.): Institutional Change and China Capitalism: Frontier of Cliometrics and Its Application to China. World Scientific Publishing: London. doi: https://doi.org/10.1142/q0331
  • Glawe, L. and Wagner, H. (2022): The Economic Rise of East Asia - Development Paths of Japan, South Korea, and China. Springer. doi: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-87128-4.

Working Papers

My ongoing research projects focus among others on the impact of digitalization on economic growth as well as on income and human capital convergence dynamics across countries and regions.

  • Glawe, L. (2022) Nonlinearities in the Institutions-Growth Relationship in a Dynamic Panel Data Framework: Evidence from China’s Provinces.
  • Glawe, L., Mendez, C., and Santos-Marquez, F. (2022) When Regions Grow Solo(w): Neoclassical Convergence and Spatial Filtering across Chinese Provinces.
  • Mendez, C., Glawe L., and Santos-Marquez, F. (2022) National and Subnational Inequality in Africa: A Club Convergence View from Outer Space.
  • Glawe, L. and Wagner, H. (2020): New Evidence on the Human Capital Dynamics within China – Is There a Human Capital Trap? SSRN Working Paper No 3769430.
  • Glawe, L. and Wagner, H. (2019): The 'Double Trap' in China - Multiple Equilibria in Institutions and Income and Their Causal Relationship. SSRN Working Paper No. 3719951.
  • Glawe, L. and Wagner, H. (2019): The Role of Institutional Quality for Economic Growth in Europe. SSRN Working Paper No. 3375215.
  • Glawe, L. and Wagner, H. (2017): The Deep Determinants at More Subtle Stages of Economic Development - The Example of the Middle-Income Trap, SSRN Working Paper No. 3085417.
  • Glawe, L. and Wagner, H. (2017): The Deep Determinants of the Middle-Income Trap, SSRN Working Paper No. 3085293.
  • Glawe, L. and Wagner, H. (2017): A Stylized Model of China's Growth since 1978, SSRN Working Paper No. 2917433.

Media Coverage

  • „Striking a Balance“ by SHI Weijun, 2021, Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business (CKGDB) Knowledge Magazin 42: 13-16 (Interview).
  • „Aiming for the Top“ by Colin Shek, 2019, Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business (CKGDB) Knowledge Magazin 33: 27-31 (Interview).
  • „China Caught in the Middle-Income Trap?“ (jointly with Helmut Wagner), June 2017, VoxChina, , online available at http://voxchina.org/show-3-55.html.
  • „Gefangen in der Mitte [Caught in the Middle]“ (jointly with Helmut Wagner), 2017, Asia Bridge (Special China) 4: X-XI.

Summer Schools/Courses

  • „Introduction to Spatial Panel Data Models using Stata“, by Federico Belotti, TStat (May 2021).
  • „Introduction to Spatial Analysis using Stata“, by Federico Belotti, TStat (May 2021).
  • “Time Series Analysis and Modelling using Stata” by Sébastien Laurent and Alain Hecq, Timberlake (February 2021).
  • Barcelona Graduate School of Economics (GSE) Microeconometrics Summer School, Course „Dynamic and Non-linear Panel Data Models“ (July 2019).
  • Barcelona Centre de Recerca en Economia Internacional (CREI) Macroeconomics Summer School, Course „Innovation and Growth“ (July 2019).
  • PhD Supplementary Course „Economic Growth“ by David Weil, Institut für Weltwirtschaft (IfW), Kiel, Germany (May 2018).

Conferences

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2022

  • 21st Journées Louis-André Gérard-Varet (LAGV), Marseille, 6th-8th June 2022.
  • 70th Congress of the French Economic Association, Dijon, 14th-16th June 2022.
  • 8th Annual Conference of the International Association for Applied Econometrics (IAAE), London, 21st-24th June 2022.
  • Chinese Economists Society (CES) Annual Conference, 25th-26th June 2022.
  • 97th Annual Conference WEAI, 29th June-3rd July.
  • 1st International Workshop on the Chinese Development Model, Barcelona, 7th-8th July 2022.
  • 27th PRSCO Conference, Kyoto, 1st-4th August 2022
  • Southern Economic Association 92st Annual Meeting, 19th-21st November 2022.

2021

  • RCEA 8th Biennial Conference: “Future of Growth”, Online, 20th-21rst May 2021.
  • 69th AFSE Annual Congress 2021, Online, 8th-10th June 2021.
  • 2021 Chinese Economists Society 2021 Conference, Online, 19th-20th June 2021.
  • 2021 Asian Meeting of the Econometric Society, Online, 25th-27th June 2021.
  • European Economics & Finance Society Conference 2021, Online, 23rd-25th June 2021
  • Virtual 96th Annual Conference WEAI, Online, 27th June-1st July 2021.
  • 26th International Panel Data Conference, Online, 1st-2nd July 2021.
  • Southern Economic Association (SEA) 91st Annual Meeting, Houston, 20th-22nd November 2021.
  • 13th International Symposium on Human Capital and Labor Markets, CHLR and CUFE, Beijing, 10th-11th December 2021.
  • 8th International Conference on the Chinese Economy: Past, Present and Future, Peking (Online), 18. Dezember 2021.

2020

  • The 12th International Symposium on Human Capital and Labor Markets, Beijing (Online), 5th December 2020.
  • Invited Guest Lecture "Schooling is not Learning", Nagoya University, Graduate School of International Development, Japanese Society for International Development, 1st October 2020.
  • EEA (European Economic Association) Virtual Congress, 24th-28th August 2020.

2019

  • 12th International Conference on the Chinese Economy: “A new era for China: Growth Sustainability and Broadened International Development”, Conference in Clermont-Ferrand, France, 24th-25th October 2019.
  • 2019 Asian Economic Panel (AEP), Keio University, Tokyo, 18th-19th September 2019.
  • 11th Conference of the Chinese Economic Association (CEA) (Europe): “China's Industrialization and the Expansion of Global Value Chains”, Stockholm, 1st-2nd September 2019.
  • Singapore Economic Review (SER) Conference 2019, Singapore, 5th-7th August 2019.
  • 2019 China Conference of the CEA (Chinese Economic Association): “China's Tough Battles: Reform, Stability and Development”, Shanghai, China, 4th-5th July 2019.
  • 68th Annual meeting of the French Economic Association, Orléans, France, 17th-19th June 2019.
  • 18th Journées Louis-André Gérard-Varet (LAGV), Aix-en-Provence, France, 13th-14th June 2019.
  • 13th International Conference “Challenges of Europe - Growth, Competitiveness, Innovation, and Well-being”, Bol, Croatia, 22nd-24th May 2019.
  • 3rd CEAMeS (Center for East Asia Macroeconomic Studies) Workshop on “Macroeconomic Development and Trade in East Asia”, Hagen, Germany, 9th-11th May 2019.
  • 15th Prague Conference on Political Economy (PCPE), CEVRO Institute, Prague, Czech Republic, 26th-27th April 2019.
  • 5th International Conference on Applied Theory, Macro and Empirical Finance (AMEF), University of Macedonia, Thessaloniki, Greece, 22nd-23rd April 2019.

2018

  • GDRI IDE (Groupe de recherche international en économie internationale du développement) Conference “International Development Economics Colloque 2018”, Clermont-Ferrand, France, 15th-16th November 2018.
  • CEC Conference “40th Anniversary of China's Reform and Opening Up: Institutional Change and Reconfigurations of China's Political Economy”, Duisburg, Germany, 10th-12th October 2018.
  • Dynamics, Economic Growth and International Trade (DEGIT XXIII) Conference, Moscow, Russia, 6th-7th September 2018.
  • Workshop on “China's Development Experience and Enlightenment”, Chongqing, China, 25th-26th August 2018.
  • 2018 Asian Meeting of the Econometric Society, Seoul, South Korea, 21st-23rd June 2018.
  • 2018 China Meeting of the Econometric Society, Shanghai, China, 15th-17th June 2018.
  • 25th Conference of the Eurasia Business and Economics Society (EBES), Berlin, Germany, 23rd-25th May 2018.
  • 2nd Center for East Asia Macroeconomic Studies (CEAMeS) Workshop on “East Asia Macroeconomic Studies”, Xiamen, China, 9th-11th May 2018.
  • Seminar “China and the Middle-Income Trap”, International Monetary Fund (IMF) (jointly with Helmut Wagner), Washington, DC, United States, 8th-10th January 2018.
  • 2018 Annual Meeting of the Allied Social Science Association (ASSA) and the American Economic Association (AEA), Philadelphia, PA, United States, 5th-7th January 2018.

2016-2017

  • “The Third International Forum on the 'New Silk Road' and Sino-European Cooperation”, conference in Duisburg, Germany, 8th-9th November 2017.
  • 11th International Conference on the Chinese Economy: “The ‘new normal growth’ and the future of the China's economy”, Conference in Clermont-Ferrand, France, 19th-20th October 2017.
  • Invitation to the 6th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting on Economic Sciences, Lindau, Germany, 22th-26th August 2017.
  • Second World Congress of Comparative Economics “1917-2017: Revolution and Evolution in Economic Development”, Conference in St. Petersburg, Russia, 15th-17th June 2017.
  • 1st CEAMeS (Center for East Asia Macroeconomic Studies) Workshop on “Macroeconomic Development and Trade in East Asia”, Hagen, Germany, 11th-13th May 2017.
  • Asian Development Bank Institute (ADBI) and Chinese Academy of Social Science (CASS) Conference “The Middle Income Trap in Asia”, Kobe, Japan, 12th-13th December 2016.

Referee Activity

World Development, Economics Bulletin, Structural Change and Economic Dynamics, Singapore Economic Review, Applied Economics Letters, Journal of the Asia Pacific Economy, Eastern Economic Journal, Journal of International Development, Journal of Chinese Economic and Business Studies, International Journal of Emerging Markets, Oxford University Press

Research Interests

Economic growth and development, institutions, human capital, middle-income trap, the Chinese economy, economic impacts of digitalization and automation, structural change, income inequality, East Asian economics, European Integration, spatial econometrics

Miscellaneous

Languages

Software

Stata, R, Python, Matlab, Microsoft Office

09.08.2022