Annina Kaltenbrunner

Annina Kaltenbrunner

Lecturer in the Economics of Globalisation and the International Economy

Email:
A.Kaltenbrunner@leeds.ac.uk
Telephone:
+44 (0)113 3430191
Categories:
Academic, Economics
Location:
G.19, Maurice Keyworth Building
Profile

Annina Kaltenbrunner is Lecturer in the Economics of Globalisation and the International Economy at Leeds University Business School. She holds a PhD and MSc in Development Economies from the School of Oriental and African Studies, a Postgraduate Certification in Econometrics from Birkbeck, and a undergraduate degree in Economies from the Vienna University of Economics in Business Administration.

Annina's areas of research are development economics, international finance, monetary economics, international political economy, heterodox economics and methodology. She has published on Post Keynesian exchange rate theory, emerging market currency internationalisation, financial integration, external vulnerability, and the Eurozone Crisis. She is currently working on financialisation, financial integration and cross-border capital flows in emerging economies and the Eurozone.

Annina has collaborated on work for the United Nations University (UNU) and the European FP7 Project AUGUR. She is currently contributing to several projects including the European FP7 FESSUD, a 2-year project on Finance and Inequality with the Foundation for European Progressive Studies (FEPS), and commissioned work on currency internationalisation and emerging market debt by the Brazilian Central Bank and Unctad respectively. She is an active member of several academic organisations, including the International Initiative for the Promotion of Political Economy (IIPPE), the Post Keynesian Study Group (PKSG) and the Reteaching Economics Network. She is member of the Women’s Committee of the Royal Economic Society.

Research

Annina’s research focuses on finance and macroeconomic policy in developing and emerging economies and the Eurozone. She is interested in cross-border capital flows and international financial integration and the implications these processes have for macroeconomic and monetary policy.  She is currently working on currency internationalisation, financialisation in developing and emerging economies, and cross-border capital flows. She is also interested in building bridges to other disciplines, including international political economy and economic geography. For example, she is currently initiating research on the integration of emerging economies into financial networks and their relationship with existing financial centres. In her research, Annina uses a range of different methods and alternative theories, including Post Keynesian theory and Marxist political economy. 

Teaching

Annina is currently module leader of the following module: LUBS 5116M The Economics of Globalisation & The International Economy.

Publications

Articles in Refereed Journals

Kaltenbrunner, A. (2015) A Post Keynesian Framework of Exchange Rate Determination: A Minskyan Approach. The Journal of Post Keynesian Economics, 38(3), pp. 426-448

Kaltenbrunner, A.; Painceira, J.P. (2015) Developing Countries’ changing Nature of Financial Integration and New Forms of External Vulnerability: The Brazilian Experience. The Cambridge Journal of Economics, 39(5), pp. 1281-1306

Kaltenbrunner, A. (2015) Financial Integration and Exchange Rate Determination: A Brazilian Case Study. International Review of Applied Economics, 29(2), pp. 129-149

Kaltenbrunner, A. (2010) International Financialization and Depreciation: The Brazilian Real in the International Financial Crisis. Competition and Change, 13 (3-4), September-December 2010, pp. 294-321.

Lapavitsas, C.; Kaltenbrunner, A.; Lindo, D.; Michell, J.; Painceira, J.P.; Pires, E.; Powell, J.; Stenfors, A.; Teles, N. (2010) Eurozone Crisis: Beggar thyself and thy Neighbour. Journal of Balkan and Near Eastern Studies, 12 (4), pp. 321-373.

Books

Lapavitsas, C.; Kaltenbrunner, A.; Lindo, D.; Michell, J.; Painceira, J.P.; Pires, E.; Powell, J.;        Stenfors, A.; Teles, N. (2012) Crisis in the Eurozone. Verso

Lapavitsas, C.; Kaltenbrunner, A.; Lindo, D.; Michell, J.; Painceira, J.P.; Pires, E.; Powell, J.;        Stenfors, A.; Teles, N. (2010) Eurozone Crisis: Beggar thyself and thy Neighbour. Novolis Books, Athens. Novoli Books, Athens. (in Greek).

Lapavitsas, C.; Kaltenbrunner, A.; Lambrinidis, G.; Lindo, D.; Meadway, J.; Michell, J.; Painceira,           J.P.; Pires, E.; Powell, J.; Stenfors, A.; Teles, N. (2010) The Eurozone between Austerity and Default. Livanis, Athens. (in Greek)

Contributions to Edited Books

Kaltenbrunner, A.; Karacimen, E. (forthcoming) The contested Nature of Financialisation in Emerging Capitalist Economies. In: Subasat, T. : The Great Financial Meldtown of 2008: Systemic, Conjunctural or Policy Created? Edward Elgar, Cheltenham. 

Kaltenbrunner, A.; Stockhammer E. (2015) Optimum Currency Area: In: Encyclopaedia on Central Banking. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham 

Kaltenbrunner, A. (2012) The Exchange Rate in Economic Paradigms. In: Toporowski, J.; Michell, J. (eds) The Handbook of Critical Issues in Finance. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham.

Other Selected Publications

Dymski, G.; Kaltenbrunner, A.; Szymborska, H. (2015): Financialization and Inequality: A European Challenge. Queries – European Progressive Observatory #7, pp. 34-37

Dymski, G. and Kaltenbrunner, A. (2014) Beyond Europe's financial Bifurcation Point: Policy Proposals for a more stable and more equitable Financial System. FEPS Economic Policy Brief No.4

Kaltenbrunner, A. (2012) Structural Imbalances and Austerity: Is there a Future of Peripheral       Countries in the Eurozone? Kurswechsel 1, p. 114-121. (in German)

Kaltenbrunner, A.; Lindo, D.; Painceira, J.P.; Stenfors, A. (2010) The Euro Funding Gap and its             Consequences. Central Banking, XXI (2), November 2010, pp. 86-92.

Kaltenbrunner, A. (2010) Crisis and Asymmetry in the Eurozone: A fair and sustainable Monetary             Union? World Economy&Development, April 2010. (in German) 

Kaltenbrunner, A; Painceira, J.P. (2009) Financial Integration intensifies new Vulnerabilities: Brazil         in the Global Financial Crisis. CDPR Development Viewpoint 42, December 2009.

Kaltenbrunner, A.; Nissanke, M. (2009) Why Developing Countries should adopt Intermediate    Exchange Rate Regimes: Examining Brazil’s Experience. CDPR Development Viewpoint 29, May 2009.  

Kaltenbrunner, A. (2005) La "Eterna Deuda Externa" de Argentina. Development&Policy, Working             Group on Information about Development Policy, 2005(03). (in German)

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