Main research interests
- Refugee immigration and aggregate (un)employment in Germany
- Macroeconomic effects of immigration in the destination country
- Macroeconomic forecasts
- Time series econometrics
- Dynamic general equilibrium modelling
- Scenario analysis
After having completed his studies in International Economics at the University of Erlangen-Nürnberg and the University of Valencia, Dominik Groll joined the Kiel Institute for the World Economy in 2009 and completed his PhD thesis in 2014. His research currently focuses on labor market forecasts in the short and medium run, macroeconomic effects of refugee immigration, and effects of monetary unification on macroeconomic stability. In addition, he regularly engages in consulting activities for the German government on a broad range of macroeconomic topics.