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					                                       David Stadelmann
                                       Curriculum Vitae
                                                   August 2011



General information:
Full name:             David (Josef) Stadelmann
Date of birth:         June 10, 1982 in Vorarlberg (Austria)
Nationality:           Austrian
Current home
address:
                       Route des Arsenaux 22
                       1700 Fribourg, Switzerland
                       +41 (076) 542 33 48
Email:                 david.stadelmann@unifr.ch
Website:               http://perso.unifr.ch/david.stadelmann/

Education:
December 2009:         Doctor in Economics and Social Sciences (Dr. rer. pol., summa cum laude)
                       at the University of Fribourg (Switzerland); Vigener Price for best dissertation.
October 2008:          Master of Science in Mathematics (bilingual German/French; summa cum
                       laude) at the University of Fribourg (Switzerland)
                       Average: 5,95 (6,0 = excellent)
                       October 2006: Bachelor of Science in Mathematics (bilingual; summa cum
                                     laude) at the University of Fribourg (Switzerland)
July 2006:             Master of Arts in Economics and Social Sciences (bilingual
                       German/French; summa cum laude) at the University of Fribourg (Switzerland)
                       Average: 5,94 (6,0 = excellent)
                       July 2005:    Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Social Sciences (bilingual;
                                     summa cum laude) at the University of Fribourg (Switzerland)
August 2004:           Summer Course in “Development Economics” and “European Integration” at
                       the London School of Economics and Political Sciences (United Kingdom)
                       Average: A (A = excellent)
2001 – 2002:           Military Service in the Austrian Army (rank: lance-corporal)
July 2001:             A-Level at the Higher Commercial School in Bezau (Austria)
                       Average: excellent
1996 – 2001:           Higher Commercial School in Bezau (Austria)
                       Average: 1,00 (range: 1 = excellent)

Research and work experience:
since April 2010:      Assistant Professor/Post Doc (Oberassistent) at the Department of
                       Economics of the University of Fribourg (Switzerland)
November 2007 to
December 2009:
                       Economics and Statistics Advisor for eBay International on topic:
                       “Estimating the Propensity of Ad-Clicks and Bids on different eBay sites”
October 2006 to
April 2010:
                       Scientific research assistant at the Chair of Macroeconomics, International
                       Industry and Growth Politics of the University of Fribourg (Switzerland)
October 2005 to July
2006:
                       Junior research assistant at the Centre for Public Finance of the University of
                       Fribourg: collaboration on a project for the Swiss Ministry of Economics

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February 2003 to
March 2003:
                     Volksbank BH d.d., Sarajevo (Bosnia and Herzegovina): responsible for the
                     initial development of a Pension Saving Plan for Bosnia and Herzegovina
May 2002 to
September 2002:
                     Volksbank BH d.d., Sarajevo (Bosnia and Herzegovina): responsible for the
                     total development and implementation of a Building Society Saving Plan
                     Product for Bosnia and Herzegovina
July 2000 to
September 2000:
                     Artspace Inc., Minneapolis (United States): Clerk with general tasks

Languages:
German:              Mother tongue
English:             Fluent – First Certificate in English; Business English Certificate 3; Certificate
                     of Proficiency in English (all certificates issued by the University of Cambridge)
French:              Fluent – bilingual studies in economics and mathematics in German and
                     French; Certificat d’Études Françaises du Français Langue Etrangère (CEFLE);
                     Diplôme de Français des Affaires (DFA)
Italian:             Very well – 5 years as an optional subject and courses at the University of
                     Fribourg
Dutch:               Intermediate/Basic – due to personal links
Croatian (Bosnian,
Serbian):
                     Intermediate/Basic (without cyrillic) – work experience in Bosnia and
                     Herzegovina and language courses in Croatia; currently out of practice

Additional skills:
Organisational and
social skills:
                     Development and implementation of banking products in Bosnia and
                     Herzegovina for Volksbank BH d.d., Sarajevo
                     Former president of the scientific staff (October 2006 to October 2009),
                     current representative for the umbrella organization of the scientific staff at the
                     university level, since 2010 elected senator at the University level.
Computer studies:    Fully competent in the use of Microsoft Office packages such as Word, Excel,
                     PowerPoint and Access as well as Mathematica, R, SPSS
                     VBA and Visual Basic Programming
                     MySQL and PHP Programming (+ JavaScript and HTML)
Network
administration:
                     Building Scalable Networks (Cisco Certified Network Associate; certification
                     expired)




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  Teaching Experience, Activities for the University and
                       Awards
                 (David Stadelmann)
                                                    August 2011



Teaching activities
 Fall 2010            Macroeconomics I (Bachelor Level) – this is a four hours per week course
                      (find student evaluation on my webpage).
                      International Economics I (Bachelor/Master Level) – this is a three hours
                      per week course (find student evaluation on my webpage).
 Fall 2009:           Master Seminar: Innovation and Growth - New Developments, with Prof.
                      Dr. Volker Grossmann
 Fall 2007:           Master Seminar: Globalization, Income Distribution, and Economic
                      Growth, with Prof. Dr. Volker Grossmann
 September 2006 to
 August 2010:
                      Supporting Prof. Dr. Volker Grossmann in his courses in Macroeconomics I,
                      Macroeconomics II and International Economics

Other activities for the University
 since 2010:          Elected senator for the scientific staff to the University of Fribourg.
                      Representative for the umbrella organization of the scientific staff at the
                      university level.
                      Organization of PhD research seminars at the Faculty of Economics.
 October 2006 to
 October 2009
                      Three times elected president of the scientific staff of the Faculty of
                      Economics.

Awards, scholarships and acquired third-party funds:
 October 2010:       Vigener Award for the best Dissertation of the Faculty of Economics and
                     Social Sciences of the University of Fribourg.
 August 2010:        Third-party funds for project “The good society: A comparative study of
                     Denmark and Switzerland” in collaboration with Martin Paldam (University of
                     Aarhus, Denmark), Peter Nannestad (University of Aarhus, Denmark), Henrik
                     Christoffersen (CEPOS, Copenhagen), Reiner Eichenberger (University of
                     Fribourg) and Marco Protmann (University of Fribourg).
 January 2010:       Research Fellowship at the Center for Research in Economics, Management
                     and the Arts (http://www.crema-research.ch/).
 December 2009:      Scholarship of the Swiss National Bank (through “Vortragsprämienprogramm
                     des Vereins für Socialpolitik”) for presentation of the paper “Capitalization of
                     Fiscal Variables over Space and Time”.
 September 2009:     Reinhard-Selten-Preis (Young Author Best Paper Award) by the Verein für
                     Socialpolitik at it annual conference in Magdeburg for the paper “Which Factors
                     Capitalize into House Prices? A Bayesian Averaging Approach”.
 December 2009:      Scholarship of the Swiss National Bank (through “Vortragsprämienprogramm
                     des Vereins für Socialpolitik”) for presentation of the paper “International
                     Mobility of the Highly Skilled, Endogenous R&D, and Public Infrastructure
                     Investment”.


Teaching Experience, Activities for the University and Awards                                       1/2
                   Third-party funds of 28’000 CHF from eBay International in Bern for the
                   project “Estimating the Propensity of Ad-Clicks and Bids on different eBay
                   sites”.
 October 2006:     Award for the best Master (best of class) of the Faculty of Economics and Social
                   Sciences of the University of Fribourg.




Teaching Experience, Activities for the University and Awards                                   2/2
               Publications, Research and Conferences
                         (David Stadelmann)
                                            August 2011



Articles in peer-reviewed international journals:
(08) Capitalization of Fiscal Variables and Land Scarcity (with Steve Billon), Urban Studies,
     forthcoming.
(07) Consequences of Debt Capitalization: Property Ownership and Debt vs. Tax Choice (with
     Reiner Eichenberger), Southern Economic Journal, forthcoming.
(06) Does international mobility of high-skilled workers aggravate between-country inequality
     (with Volker Grossmann), Journal of Development Economics, 95 (1), 88-94.
(05) District Magnitude and Representation of the Majority’s Preferences: Quasi-Experimental
     Evidence from Popular and Parliamentary Votes (with Reiner Eichenberger and Marco
     Portmann), Public Choice, forthcoming.
(04) Which Factors Capitalize into House Prices? A Bayesian Averaging Approach, Journal of
     Housing Economics 19 (3), 180-204, 2010.
(03) How federalism protects future generations from today's public debts (with Reiner
     Eichenberger), Review of Law & Economics, 6 (3), 395-420, 2010.
(02) Who is the best Formula 1 driver? An Economic Approach to Evaluating Talent (with
     Reiner Eichenberger), Economic Analysis and Policy 39 (3), 389-406, 2009. Link
(01) Wer ist der beste Formel 1 Fahrer? Eine ökonometrische Talentbewertung (with Reiner
     Eichenberger), Perspektiven der Wirtschaftspolitik 9 (4), 486-512, 2008. Link

Books and book chapters:
(02) High-Skilled Immigration: The Link to Public Expenditure and Private Investments (with
     Volker Grossmann), Chapter 7 (peer-reviewed), In High-Skilled Immigration in a Global
     Labor Market, ed. B. R. Chiswick, Washington (DC), American Enterprise Institute for
     Public Policy Research, AEI Press, 2011.
(01) Effects of Fiscal Policies on House Prices: New Evidence, Persistence, Consequences,
     Monograph, Nomos-Verlag, Baden-Baden, 2010.

Research working papers:
(-)   Quantifying the Quality of Parliamentary Representation of Constituents’ Preferences with
      Quasi-Experimental Data (with Reiner Eichenberger and Marco Portmann). former
      CREMA Working Paper Series 2011-02, Center for Research in Economics, Management
      and the Arts (CREMA).
(-)   Do Female Representatives represent Constituents’ Preferences well? (with Marco
      Portmann).
(-)   Mobility and local income redistribution (with Sigrid Röhrs), former Working Paper
      2010/4, Institut d'Economia de Barcelona (IEB). [revise & resubmit; Journal of Public
      Economic Theory]
(-)   Wage Effects of High-skilled Migration: International Evidence (with Volker Grossmann).
(-)   Debt Capitalization: A New Perspective on Ricardian Equivalence (with Reiner
      Eichenberger), former CREMA Working Paper 2008-30, Center for Research in
      Economics, Management and the Arts (CREMA). [revise & resubmit; European
      Economic Review]

Publications, Research and Conferences                                                       1/5
(-)       High-Skilled Migration and Publicly Financed Investments (with Volker Grossmann),
          former IZA Discussion Paper 3366, Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA). [revise &
          resubmit; Review of International Economics]
(-)       Parliaments as Condorcet Juries: Quasi-Experimental Evidence on the Representation of
          Majority Preferences (with Reiner Eichenberger and Marco Portmann).
(-)       Does Capitalization of Fiscal Variables Decrease Over Time? (with Steve Billon).

Other contributions:
(17) “Ständerat am Puls des Volks”, NZZ am Sonntag (Neue Zürcher Zeitung), Nr. 35, 28.
     August 2011.
(16) “Schulden: Vorteil Schweiz”, Die Weltwoche, Nr. 33.11, 18. August 2011.
(15) “Kapitalismuskritik: Bitte konkreter, richtiger und wirksamer“, SonntagsZeitung, Nr.
     29/2011, 17. Juli 2011.
(14) “Zuwanderung: Wohlstandsgewinne für wen?“, Stadtblick, Nr. 23/2011, 01. März 2011.
(13) “’Zugisierung’ der Schweiz“, Finanz und Wirtschaft, Leitartikel, Nr. 90/83, 17.
     November 2010.
(12) “Nicht auf Kosten der Kinder“, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, Nr. 260, 8. November
     2010.
(11) “Verdrängungskampf im Paradies“, Die Weltwoche, Nr. 37.10, 16. September 2010.
(10) “Anreize für die Griechen”, Die Weltwoche, Nr. 24.10, 17. Juni 2010.
(09) “Wir retten die Griechen und verdienen Milliarden!”, Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntags-
     zeitung, Nr. 13, 4. April 2010.
(08) “Effects of Fiscal Policies on House Prices”, Dissertation, mimeo University of Fribourg,
     14. Dezember 2009.
(07) “Fangio hat sie alle überholt”, Vorarlberger Nachrichten, Nr. 75, 31. März 2009.
(06) “Schumi nur die Nr. 3”, Auto Bild, Nr. 13/2009, 27. März 2009.
(05) “Fangio ist der Grösste”, Automobil Revue, Nr. 12, 18. März 2009.
(04) “Noch ist Zeit umzudenken”, SonntagsZeitung, Nr. 46, 16. November 2008.
(03) “Falscher Ansatz”, Die Weltwoche, Nr. 42.08, 16. Oktober 2008.
(02) “USA erleben fällige Korrektur”, Vorarlberger Nachrichten, Nr. 235, 7. Oktober 2008.
(01) “Föderalismus in Deutschland und Europa” von Charles B. Blankart, Bookreview, Neue
     Zürcher Zeitung, Nr. 172, 27. Juli 2007.

Referee Work:
Applied Economics, AStA Wirtschafts- und Sozialstatistisches Archiv, International Tax and
Public Finance, Kyklos, Journal of Development Economics, Journal of the European Economic
Association, Journal of Regional Science, Land Economics, Regional Science and Urban
Economics.

Conferences and seminars (only those with own contributions):1
    August 08-11, 2011:   67th Annual Congress of the International Institute of Public Finance,
                          Ann Arbor (United States): “Quantifying the Quality of Parliamentary
                          Representation of Constituents’ Preferences with Quasi-Experimental Data”.


1    Conferences with peer review process or qualifying for financial support by the Verein für Socialpolitik are marked with ** and
     in bold letters. Research seminars and workshops at universities are marked with *.

Publications, Research and Conferences                                                                                          2/5
                        Discussant of Andreas Peichl’s, Nico Pestel’s and Sebastian Siegloch’s article
                        on “The Politicians’ Wage Gap”.
 June 16-18, 2011:      15th Annual Conference of the International Society for New Institutional
                        Economics, Stanford (United States): “Parliaments as Condorcet Juries: Quasi-
                        Experimental Evidence on the Representation of Majority Preferences”
 June 09-10, 2011:      The 2011 Annual Meeting of the Swiss Society of Economics and
                        Statistics, Lucerne (Switzerland):
                        Paper #1: “Do Female Representatives represent Constituents’ Preferences
                        well?”.
                        Paper #2: “Quantifying the Quality of Parliamentary Representation of
                        Constituents’ Preferences with Quasi-Experimental Data” (presented by Marco
                        Portmann).
 May 30, 2011:          „Turbulente Zeiten für die Weltwirtschaft: Von der Finanzkrise zur
                        Staatsschuldenkrise – und was kommt danach?“, Hauptvortrag, Hittisau
                        (Austria).
 April 21, 2011:        „Sein und Schein der Schweiz - Vereinbarkeit von Migrationspolitik und
                        Staatsprinzipien“, Podiumsdiskussion, Fribourg (Switzerland).
 April 14-16, 2011:**   Spring Meeting of Young Economists 2011, Groningen (The Netherlands):
                        Paper #1: “Do Female Representatives Represent Voters’ Preferences Well?”.
                        Paper #2: “Parliaments as Condorcet Juries: Quasi-Experimental Evidence on
                        the Representation of Majority Preferences” (presented by Marco Portmann).
 March 31 – April 02,
 2011:*
                        Seminar on for Economics of Organization, Andechs (Germany): “Do Female
                        Representatives Represent Voters’ Preferences Well?”
 September 7-10,
 2010:**
                        Jahrestagung Verein für Socialpolitik 2009, Kiel (Germany):
                        Paper #1: “Consequences of Debt Capitalization: Property Ownership and
                        Debt/Tax Choice”.
                        Paper #2: “District Magnitude and Representation of the Majority’s
                        Preferences: Quasi-Experimental Evidence from Popular and Parliamentary
                        Votes”.
 August 23-26,
 2010:**
                        66th Annual Congress of the International Institute of Public Finance,
                        Uppsala (Sweden): “Mobility and local income redistribution”.
                        Discussant of Thiess Büttner’s and Eckhard Janeba’s article on “City
                        Competition for the Creative Class”.
 June 24-25, 2010:      The 2010 Annual Meeting of the Swiss Society of Economics and
                        Statistics, Fribourg (Switzerland):
                        Paper #1: “Does High-Skilled Migration Affect Publicly Financed
                        Investments?”.
                        Paper #2: “Consequences of Debt Capitalization: Property Ownership and
                        Debt/Tax Choice”.
 April 8-11, 2010:**    The 2010 Annual Meeting of the European Public Choice Society, Izmir
                        (Turkey): “Capitalization and Land Scarcity”.
                        Discussant of Lars-Erik Borge’s article on “Capitalization of local taxation and
                        services in Norway”.
 Dezember 1, 2009:      Thesis defence, Fribourg (Switzerland): “Effects of Fiscal Policies on House
                        Prices: New Evidence, Persistence, Consequences”.
 November 20, 2009:     Kadertagung des Bundesamts für Migration, Bern Gurten (Switzerland):
                        “Wirtschaftliche Effekte von Immigration”.


Publications, Research and Conferences                                                                   3/5
 October 22-23,
 2009:*
                         Les choix budgétaires locaux: entre opportunisme et mimétisme, University of
                         Fribourg (Switzerland): “Which Factors Capitalize into House Prices? A
                         Bayesian Averaging Approach”.
 September 8-11,
 2009:**
                         Jahrestagung Verein für Socialpolitik 2009, Magdeburg (Germany):
                         Paper #1: “Which Factors Capitalize into House Prices? A Bayesian Averaging
                         Approach”.
                         Paper #2: “International Mobility of the Highly Skilled, Endogenous R&D, and
                         Public Infrastructure Investment”.
 August 31, 2009:*       Research Seminar on Public Economics and Soft Budget Constraints, in
                         collaboration with Osaka University and University of Fribourg (Switzerland):
                         “Debt Capitalization: A New Perspective on Ricardian Equivalence”.
 August 13-16,
 2009:**
                         65th Annual Congress of the International Institute of Public Finance,
                         Cape Town (South Africa): “Capitalization of Fiscal Variables over Space and
                         Time”.
                         Discussant of Massimo Bordignon’s article on “Transparency of fiscal tools
                         and political accountability. Theory and an empirical application to Italian
                         municipalities”.
 July 17, 2009:*         Finanzwissenschaftliches Forschungsseminar 2009, University of Munich
                         (Germany): “Consequences of Debt Capitalization: Property Ownership and
                         Debt/Tax Choice”.
 April 22-23, 2009:      High-Skilled Immigration in a Globalized Labor Market, American Enterprise
                         Institute, Washington (United States): “High-Skilled Migration and Publicly
                         Financed Investments”.
 April 16, 2009:         Raiffeisenbank Vorderbregenzerwald, Informationsabend, Hittisau (Austria):
                         “Aktuelle Finanz- und Wirtschaftskrise: Ursachen, Folgen & Lösungen”.
 April 02-05, 2009:**    The 2009 Annual Meeting of the European Public Choice Society, Athens
                         (Greece):
                         Paper #1 “Which Factors Capitalize into House Prices? A Bayesian Averaging
                         Approach”.
                         Paper #2 “Does Capitalization of Fiscal Variables Decrease over Time?”.
                         Discussant of António Afonso’s article on “Fiscal Policy Responsiveness,
                         Persistence and Discretion”.
                         Discussant of Fabian Homberg’s article on “Do synergies exist in related
                         acquisitions? A meta-analysis of acquisition studies”.
 March 31, 2009:         Gemeinde und Schulgemeinde Stans, Informationsabend, Stans (Switzerland):
                         “Schul- oder Einheitsgemeinde: Eine empirische Untersuchung?”.
 January 29-30, 2009:*   Young Swiss Economists’ Meeting, University of Berne (Switzerland): “Does
                         Capitalization of Fiscal Variables Decrease over Time?”.
 December 9-11,
 2008:*
                         Globalization and the Brain Drain - Theory, Evidence and Policy, Bar-Ilan
                         University and Hebrew University (Israel): “International mobility of the highly
                         skilled, endogenous R&D and Public Infrastructure Investment”.
 December 4, 2008:*      Lunch Seminar in Economics, University of Fribourg (Switzerland):
                         “International mobility of the highly skilled, endogenous R&D and Public
                         Infrastructure Investment”.
 October 15, 2008:*      Doctoral Seminar in Economics, University of Zurich (Switzerland):
                         “Homeownership and Redistribution: A Politico-Economic Locational
                         Equilibrium Approach with different Mobilities”.
 October 13-14,
 2008:*
                         Scientific Arguing and Conference Presentation, University of Fribourg

Publications, Research and Conferences                                                               4/5
                         (Switzerland): “Does Capitalization of Fiscal Variables Decrease Over Time?”.
 September 23-26,
 2008:**
                         Jahrestagung Verein für Socialpolitik 2008, Graz (Austria): “The Ricardian
                         Equivalence Versus Debt Capitalization in Local Public Finance”.
 August 27-31,
 2008:**
                         23rd Annual Congress of the European Economic Association, Milan
                         (Italy): “International Mobility of the Highly Skilled, Endogenous R&D, and
                         Public Infrastructure Investment”.
 May 16-18, 2008:        Morlon-Seminar der Ehemaligen, Morlon (Switzerland): Moderation of
                         discussion on “The Shock Doctrine”.
 May 06, 2008:*          Seminar of Lemanic Young Researchers in Economics, University of Geneva
                         (Switzerland): “International Mobility of the Highly Skilled, Endogenous R&D,
                         and Public Infrastructure Investment”.
 April 25, 2008:         Reinacher Gespräche 2008, Reinach (Switzerland): “Migration und Wachstum:
                         Das Glück der Schweiz”.
 April 17-19, 2008:**    Spring Meeting of Young Economists 2008 (SMYE), University of Lille
                         (France): “The Ricardian Equivalence Versus Debt Capitalization in Local
                         Public Finance”.
                         Discussant of Sonia Paty’s and Aurélie Cassette’s article on “Tax competition
                         among Eastern and Western Europe: With whom do countries compete?”.
 March 27-30,
 2008:**
                         The 2008 Annual Meeting of the European Public Choice Society,
                         University of Jena (Germany): “The Ricardian Equivalence Versus Debt
                         Capitalization in Local Public Finance”.
                         Discussant of António Afonso’s article on “Income distribution determinants
                         and public spending efficiency”.
 February 25-26,
 2008:*
                         Scientific Writing and Scholarly Publication, University of Fribourg
                         (Switzerland): “A Bayesian Averaging Approach to the Capitalization of Taxes,
                         Public Goods and Location Specific Factors in the Price of Housing”.
 January 15-16, 2008:*   Young Swiss Economists’ Meeting, University of Berne (Switzerland): “The
                         Ricardian Equivalence Versus Debt Capitalization in Local Public Finance”.
                         Discussant of Sandra Hanslin’s article on “The Effect of Trade Openness on
                         Optimal Government Size”.
 September 17-18,
 2007:
                         4th Swiss Seminar on Forest Economics, Murten (Switzerland): “Origins of
                         successful communal cooperation”.
 April 13, 2007:         Invitation by the Bezauer Wirtschaftsschulen, Bezau (Austria): “Economics for
                         Freaks: What happens if the Old Lady visits your backyard?”.
 January 18-19, 2007:*   Doctoral Seminar in Political Economics, University of Zurich (Switzerland):
                         “Brain Drain of Researchers, Endogenous Technical Change, and Publicly
                         Financed Infrastructure”.
 January 11, 2007:*      Lunch Seminar in Economics, University of Fribourg (Switzerland): “Who is
                         the Best Formula 1 Driver: An Econometric Analysis”.
 October 18-19,
 2006:*
                         Young Swiss Economists’ Meeting, University of Berne (Switzerland)
                         Discussant of Evelyn Ribi’s article on “Licensing of Technologies Developed
                         by Public Institutions”.




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