Ph.D. in Economics from Stanford, 1995.
Adv. Studies in International Economics, Institute of World Economics, Kiel,1990.
M.A. in Economics, State University of New York at Albany,1989.
Professor of Monetary Theory and Policy in the House of Finance at Goethe
University of Frankfurt, 2000- at present.
Senior Economist, Division of Monetary Affairs, Federal Reserve Board, Washington DC, 2000.
Economist, Division of Monetary Affairs, Federal Reserve Board, 1995-2000.
Publications related to this theme
Wieland, V., Wolters, M. (2011): “The Diversity of Forecasts from Macroeconomic Models of the U.S. Economy.” Economic Theory, 47, (forthcoming)
Wieland, V., Kuester, K. (2010):“Insurance Policies for Monetary Policy in the Euro Area,” forthcoming, Journal of the European Economic Association, 8 (4)
Wieland, V., Günter, B. (2010): “Central Bank Misperceptions and the Role of Money in Interest Rate Rules.” Journal of Monetary Economics, 55 (S1)
Wieland, V. (2000): “Monetary Policy, Parameter Uncertainty and Optimal Learning,”Journal of Monetary Economics, 46 (1)
Wieland, V., Orphanides, A. (2008): “Economic Projections and Rules-of-Thumb for Monetary Policy,” Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis Review, 90 (4), July/ August
Wieland, V., Coenen, G. Levin, A. (2005): “Data Uncertainty and the Role of Money as an Information Variable for Monetary Policy,” European Economic Review, 49 (4)
Wieland, V., Levin, A., Williams, J.C. (2003): “The Performance of Forecast-Based Monetary Policy Rules under Model Uncertainty.” American Economic Review, 93 (3)
Wieland, V., Beck, G. (2002): “Learning and Control in a Changing Economic Environment.” Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, 26 (9-10)
Wieland, V. (2000): “Monetary Policy, Parameter Uncertainty and Optimal Learning” Journal of Monetary Economics, 46 (1)