Prof. Dr. Uwe Walz
Before joining Goethe University Frankfurt in October 2002 as a Professor of Economics specializing in Industrial Economics, Uwe Walz taught and conducted research at the Universities of Bochum (1995-1997) and Tübingen (1997-2002). He has been a visiting professor at the London School of Economics and the University of California, Berkeley, USA. In 2010, he became co-director of the Center for Financial Studies, which in 2013, together with Goethe University, received funding for the LOEWE Center SAFE, the predecessor of today’s Leibniz Institute. Since the founding of SAFE, Walz has been a member of the SAFE Management Board until October 2023. He coordinates HISTODAT, a SAFE Project to establish a long-term company-level and capital market data base for Germany as part of a pan-European data base.
- Selected Publications
- SAFE Working Papers
- Completed Projects
Researcher Project Funded by Status Project Duration Publication Count David Heller, Jan Krzyzanowski, Uwe Walz Financing Innovation in Europe European Patent Office (EPO) Completed 2017 1 Horst Entorf, Dennis Gram, Lennart Kraft, Uwe Risch, Uwe Walz Financial Data Repository (FiF) DFG Completed 2018 1 Douglas Cumming, Christian Eufinger, Andrej Gill, David Heller, Jan Krzyzanowski, Uwe Walz Banking Structure and Dynamics of Small and Medium Sized Enterprises LOEWE Completed 2016 1 Fabian Brandt, Stephanie Collet, Pantelis Karapanagiotis, Wolfgang König, Alexander Peukert, Lukas Manuel Ranft, Uwe Risch, Helmut Siekmann, Uwe Walz, Julian Zimara Historical High-Quality Company-Level Data for Europe (EURHISFIRM) EU-Horizon 2020 Completed 2018 1 Andrej Gill, Marius Liebald, Uwe Walz The Dynamics of (De-)Listing Decisions – The Impact of Regulatory Changes and Economic Policy Events in Germany 1870-1933 LOEWE Completed 2017 1