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Jörg Rocholl

Former Non-Resident Fellow

Expertise: Corporate Finance, Corporate Governance, and Financial Intermediation CV: Download CV Twitter: @jorgrocholl

Professor Jörg Rocholl, PhD, is president of ESMT European School of Management and Technology in Berlin and a member of the economic advisory board of the German Federal Ministry of Finance. He is also the deputy chairman of the economic advisory board of the Deutsche Welle, research professor at the Ifo Institute in Munich, and Duisenberg fellow of the European Central Bank (ECB). Professor Rocholl graduated from the Universität Witten/Herdecke, where he earned a degree in economics (with honors). After completing his PhD at Columbia University in New York, he was named an assistant professor at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Prof. Rocholl has researched and taught at ESMT since 2007 and was appointed president of ESMT in 2011. Since 2010 he holds the “EY Chair in Governance and Compliance”.

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How to make crowdfunding work in Europe

Crowdfunding markets around the world have experienced significant growth rates in recent years, but many questions remain open on their proper design, implementation and feasibility. The authors here analyse the European Commission's proposal for the EU-wide development of crowdfunding markets, address its shortcomings, and provide policy recommendations.

By: Dmitry Chervyakov, Jörg Rocholl and Bruegel Topic: Macroeconomic policy Date: March 27, 2019
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The unequal effect of new banking rules in Europe

In this paper, Benedicta Marzinotto and Jörg Rocholl focus on the tightening of credit conditions for banking rules (Basel III), particularly the estimated macroeconomic costs range, monetary policy and the aggregate costs of the measures. The authors report that the monetary policy response to these changes is not likely to be accommodating and that the […]

By: Benedicta Marzinotto and Jörg Rocholl Topic: Banking and capital markets Date: October 21, 2010