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Dr. Norbert Walter

Dr. Norbert Walter is Chief Economist emeritus of Deutsche Bank and Managing Director of Walter & Daughters Consult.

Until the end of 2009 Norbert Walter was chief economist of Deutsche Bank Group and head of Deutsche Bank Research. Then he had his start up Walter & Daughters Consult as of January 2010. Before his position at Deutsche Bank Group he was professor and director at the renowned Kiel Institute for World Economics and was a John J. McCloy Distinguished Research Fellow at the American Institute for Contemporary Studies at the Johns Hopkins University in Washington, DC (1986 – 1987). He holds a doctorate in economics from the Johann-Wolfgang-Goethe University, Frankfurt/Main.

Professor Walter was also a member of the Committee of Wise Men on the Regulation of European Securities Markets (“Lamfalussy group”), a member of the Economic and Monetary Affairs Committee of the European Banking Federation, and Chairman of the International Conference of Commercial Bank Economists.

Dr. Norbert Walter's Archive

Germany’s Hidden Weaknesses

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Dr. Norbert Walter is the former Chief Economist of Deutsche Bank. Dr. Walter is currently head of Walter & Töchter Consult. In this essay, which originally appeared in the New York Times, Dr. Norbert Walter looks at the renewed calls for Germany to increase its assistance to the euro in the face… Read more >

Triple U (UUU) – The Way the Global Economy Goes!

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Dr. Norbert Walter offers an assessment of the global economy’s path in light of the eurozone crisis and upcoming election in the United States.

Euro in Limbo

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Germany is (one) key to the future of the Euro. Germany is a country endowed with a Chancellor who is capable and willing to lead. It is, however, also a country with its own mind – and a very peculiar one at that. The governing coalition consists of two parties in which… Read more >

German Reunification: Myth or Reality?

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Former AICGS Fellow and Chief Economist at Deutsche Bank Research Professor Dr. Norbert Walter looks at the role reunification played in the shaping of the Federal Republic’s role within the European community, from the initial fall of the Iron Curtain to the introduction of the Euro. This essay is part of an AICGS project on “60 Years Federal Republic of Germany: Rebuilt, Reunified, Revitalized?”

The Euro: Second to (N)one

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European Monetary Union or Neotribalism in Europe?

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