Dr. Alexander Glas
Dr. Alexander Glas
|2019 – today||FAU, Institute of Economic Research, Chair of Statistics and Econometrics, Postdoc|
|2012 – 2019||Heidelberg University, Alfred-Weber-Institute for Economics, Chair of Empirical Economics, Research Assistant|
|2012||Centre for European Economic Research (ZEW), Department of Environmental and Resource Economics, Student Assistant|
|2012||Centre for European Economic Research (ZEW), Department of Environmental and Resource Economics, Internship|
|2011 – 2012||Heidelberg University, Alfred-Weber-Institute for Economics, Chair of Empirical Economics, Student Assistant|
|2013 – 2018||Heidelberg University, PhD Student in Economics|
|2010 – 2012||Heidelberg University, M.Sc. in Economics|
|2007 – 2010||Heidelberg University, B.A. in Economics|
- Glas, A. and Hartmann, M., 2022, Uncertainty Measures from Partially Rounded Probabilistic Forecast Surveys, Quantitative Economics, 13(3), 979-1022. [Working Paper version]
- Conrad, C., Enders, Z. and A. Glas, 2022, The Role of Information and Experience for Households’ Inflation Expectations, European Economic Review, 143, 104015. [Working Paper version]
- Glas, A., 2020, Five Dimensions of the Uncertainty-Disagreement Linkage, International Journal of Forecasting, 36(2), 607-627. [Working Paper version]
- Donaubauer, J., Glas, A., Meyer, B. and P. Nunnenkamp, 2018, Disentangling the Impact of Infrastructure on Trade Using a New Index of Infrastructure, Review of World Economics, 154(4), 745-784. [Working Paper version]
- Glas, A., and M. Hartmann, 2016, Inflation Uncertainty, Disagreement and Monetary Policy: Evidence from the ECB Survey of Professional Forecasters, Journal of Empirical Finance, 39(B), 215-228. [Working Paper version]
- Glas, A., Hübler, M. and P. Nunnenkamp, 2016, Catching Up of Emerging Economies: The Role of Capital Goods Imports, FDI Inflows, Domestic Investment and Absorptive Capacity, Applied Economics Letters, 23(2), 117-120. [Working Paper version]
- Glas, A., Hübler, M. and P. Nunnenkamp, 2016, Indicators of Absorptive Capacity and Import-Induced South-North Convergence in Labor Intensities, The World Economy, 39(11), 1756-1791. [Working Paper version]
- Glas, A. and M. Hübler, 2014, The Energy-Bias of North-South Technology Spillovers – A Global, Bilateral, Bisectoral Trade Analysis, Environmental and Resource Economics, 58(1), 59-89. [Working Paper version]
- Dovern, J., Glas, A. and G. Kenny, 2023, Testing for Differences in Survey-Based Density Expectations: A Compositional Data Approach.
- Becker, C., Dürsch, P., Eife, T. and A. Glas, 2023, Households’ Probabilistic Inflation Expectations in High-Inflation Regimes.
- Dovern, J., Frank, J., Glas, A., Müller, L. and D. Perico, 2022, Estimating Pass-Through Rates for the 2022 Tax Reduction on Fuel Prices in Germany.
- Becker, C., Dürsch, P., Eife, T. and A. Glas, 2022, Extending the Procedure of Engelberg et al. (2009) to Surveys with Varying Interval-Widths.
- Glas, A. and L. Müller, 2021, Talking in a Language that Everyone can Understand? Transparency of Speeches by the ECB Executive Board.
- Glas, A. and K. Heinisch, 2021, Conditional Macroeconomic Forecasts: Disagreement, Revisions and Forecast Errors.
- Conrad, C. and A. Glas, 2018, `Dejà Vol‘ Revisited: Survey Forecasts of Macroeconomic Variables Predict Volatility in the Cross-Section of Industry Portfolios.
Work in Progress
- Conrad, C., Enders, Z. and A. Glas, The Experience Formation Mechanism.
- Conrad, C., da Silva Rapp, M. and A. Glas, Who is Updating Stock Market Expectations in Response to Market Turmoil?
An overview of all courses that are currently offered by our chair can be found here for the Bachelor’s degree programs and here for the Master’s degree programs.
Between 2011 and 2019, I have taught tutorials and Stata-tutorials for the Bachelor courses `Economic and Social Statistics‘, `General Statistical Methods‘ and `Empirical Economics: Statistics and Econometrics‘ as well as the Master course `Advanced Econometrics‘ at Heidelberg University.
American Economic Review: Insights; Applied Economics Letters; China Finance Review International; Contemporary Economics; Economic Modelling; Economics Letters; Empirical Economics; European Economic Review; International Journal of Forecasting; Journal of Banking & Finance; Journal of Business Cycle Research; Journal of Macroeconomics; Journal of Money, Credit and Banking; PLOS ONE; Quantitative Economics; Review of International Economics; The B.E. Journal of Macroeconomics; The Review of Economics and Statistics