Lars-Hendrik Röller

Lars-Hendrik Röller (2006) Lars-Hendrik Röller (born in Frankfurt am Main on July 19, 1958) is a German economist who until he stepped down in 2011 was the president of the European School of Management and Technology. Since 2011, Röller has been the Director General for Economic and Financial Policy at the German Chancellery, a position that makes him Chancellor Angela Merkel's chief economic advisor. In 2002, Röller was awarded the Gossen Prize in recognition for his contributions to empirical industrial economics. Provided by Wikipedia
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Volume 2001 from WZB-Jahrbuch
Year: 2001
Publisher: Ed. Sigma (Berlin)
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