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Prof. Dr. Stefan Kolev – CV

Stellvertretender Vorstandsvorsitzender Wilhelm-Röpke-Institut, Erfurt

Destabilisierung des Westens: Kann eine Neue Ordnungsökonomik dagegen helfen?

 

1. Biography
  • Born on April 20th 1981 in Sofia, Bulgaria
  • German and Bulgarian Citizen
  • June 1999: Graduation at German High School, Sofia
  • October 1999 – February 2004: Studies of Business Administration at the University of Hamburg;
    Degree: Diplom-Kaufmann (German MBA Equivalent); Distinction of the Faculty
  • October 2003 – April 2005: Studies of Economics at the University of Hamburg;
    Degree: Diplom-Volkswirt (German MSc Econ Equivalent); Distinction of the Faculty
  • May 2005 – August 2006: Initial PhD Project in Dynamic Macroeconomics
  • August 2006 – March 2011: PhD Project in History of Economic Thought
    Dissertation Title: “Neoliberal Ideas on the State. The Role of Government in Economic Policy in the Œuvre of Walter Eucken, Friedrich A. von Hayek, Ludwig von Mises and Wilhelm Röpke”
  • April 2009 – June 2009: Visiting Researcher at the Bulgarian National Bank, Sofia
  • April 2010 – August 2012: Researcher at HWWI Hamburg Institute of International Economics, Office in Thuringia & Wilhelm Röpke Institute, Erfurt; Head of the Research Project “The Centrally Planned Economy of the former GDR: Myths and Reality”
  • September 2010 – October 2010: Visiting Scholar at the Center for the History of Political Economy, Duke University
  • March 2011: Defense of the Dissertation, October 2011: Publication of the Dissertation
  • June 2011 – June 2015: Co-Organizer of the Young Scholars Seminar Series for the F. A. von Hayek Society; since June 2016: Co-Organizer of the Young Scholars Circle of NOUS Network
  • January 2012 – current: Students and PhD Students Mentor, Selection Committee Member of the Friedrich Naumann Foundation
  • February 2012 – current: Board of Directors Member of the Wilhelm Röpke Institute, Erfurt
  • March 2012 – current: Full Professor of Economics, especially Economic Policy at the University of Applied Sciences Zwickau
  • September 2016 – February 2017: Research Fellow at the Center for the History of Political Economy at Duke University
  • March 2017 – current: International Faculty Member of the MA Program “Philosophy, Politics, Economics” at CEVRO Institute Prague
2. Selected International Conferences and Presentations
  • November 2006: General Meeting of the Mont Pèlerin Society, Guatemala City
  • July 2008: 9th Summer Institute for the History of Economic Thought, George Mason University
  • May 2009: Research Colloquium, Bulgarian National Bank, Sofia
  • June 2009: 10th Summer Institute for the History of Economic Thought, University of Richmond
  • August 2009: Regional Meeting of the Mont Pèlerin Society, Stockholm
  • June 2010: 11th Summer Institute for the History of Economic Thought, University of Richmond
  • June 2010: Annual Conference of the History of Economics Society, Syracuse University
  • October 2010: Workshop, Center for the History of Political Economy, Duke University
  • October 2010: Colloquium on Market Institutions & Economic Processes, New York University
  • June 2011: 12th Summer Institute for the History of Economic Thought, University of Richmond
  • June 2011: Annual Conference of the History of Economics Society, Notre Dame University
  • November 2011: Annual Meeting of the Southern Economic Association, Washington DC
  • June 2012: 13th Summer Institute for the History of Economic Thought, University of Richmond
  • September 2012: General Meeting of the Mont Pèlerin Society as Paper Discussant, Prague
  • April 2013: Liberty Fund Seminar on Immigration and the Welfare State, Stockholm
  • March 2014: Annual Conference of the European Students for Liberty, Berlin
  • June 2015: 15th Summer Institute for the History of Economic Thought, University of Richmond
  • October 2015: Liberty Fund Seminar on Culture and Economics, Bad Laasphe
  • November 2015: 1st Regional Conference of the European Students for Liberty, Vienna
  • January 2016: Annual Conference of the Allied Social Sciences Association, San Francisco
  • February 2016: Regional Conference of the European Students for Liberty, Ljubljana
  • May 2016: 3rd Day of Austrian Economics in Bulgaria, Sofia
  • June 2016: Annual Conference of the History of Economics Society, Duke University
  • August 2016: AGORA Summer Academy for Philosophy, Politics, and Economics, Berlin
  • October 2016: Colloquium on Market Institutions & Economic Processes, New York University
  • November 2016: Workshop of the Center for the History of Political Economy, Duke University
  • November 2016: Annual Meeting of the Southern Economic Association, Washington DC
  • December 2016: Workshop in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics, George Mason University
  • February 2017: Tocqueville Lecture Series, Indiana University Bloomington
  • February 2017: PPE Society and Political Theory Project, Brown University
  • March 2017: Statistisch-Volkswirtschaftliche Gesellschaft Basel, University of Basel
  • May 2017: Guest Lecture at the 20th Century Political Theory Seminar, University of St. Gallen
3. Selected Fellowships
  • 2001 – 2009: Student and PhD Student Fellowships of the Friedrich Naumann Foundation
  • 2006: Fellowship of the Mont Pèlerin Society, General Meeting in Guatemala City
  • 2009: Visiting Researcher Fellowship at the Bulgarian National Bank, Sofia
  • 2009: Fellowship of the Mont Pèlerin Society, Regional Meeting in Stockholm
  • 2010: Visiting Scholar Fellowship of the Center for the History of Political Economy, Duke University
  • 2016/2017: Research Fellowship, Center for the History of Political Economy, Duke University
4. Publications
Books:
  • Horn, K., N. Goldschmidt, S. Kolev (forthcoming): Economic Thinking. A History of Economic Thought Approach (in German), Stuttgart: Kohlhammer, expected publication: December 2017.
  • Kolev, S. (forthcoming): Neoliberal Conceptions of the State in Comparison (in German), 2nd revised and expanded edition, Berlin: De Gruyter Oldenbourg, expected publication: April 2017.
  • Kolev, S. (2013): Neoliberal Conceptions of the State in Comparison (in German), Stuttgart: Lucius & Lucius. Reviews in:
    • Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, September 9 2013, 18.
    • European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 22/4, 741-742.
    • ORDO Yearbook of Economic and Social Order, 65, 497-498.
    • History of Economic Ideas, 23/2, 223-225.
    • Zeitschrift für Wirtschafts- und Unternehmensethik, 17/2, 354-355.
  • Kolev, S. (2011): Neoliberal Ideas on the State. The Role of Government in Economic Policy in the Œuvre of Walter Eucken, Friedrich A. von Hayek, Ludwig von Mises and Wilhelm Röpke (in German), Hamburg: Hamburg State and University Library.
Edited Volumes:
  • Commun, P., S. Kolev (forthcoming): Wilhelm Röpke (1899-1966). A Liberal Political Economist and Conservative Social Philosopher, Heidelberg: Springer, expected publication: June 2017.
  • Goldschmidt, N., S. Kolev, J. Zweynert (2016): New Economics of Order (in German), Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck.
Journal Articles:
  • Kolev, S., N. Goldschmidt, J.-O. Hesse (forthcoming): Walter Eucken’s Role in the Early History of the Mont Pèlerin Society, in: Review of Austrian Economics.
  • Kolev, S. (2016): Heinrich von Stackelberg’s “Market Structure and Equilibrium”, Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 38/4, 557-560.
  • Dekker, E., S. Kolev (2016): Introduction to & Translation of Carl Menger’s “The Social Theories of Classical Political Economy and Modern Economic Policy” (1891), in: Econ Journal Watch, 13/3, 467-489.
  • Kolev, S. (2016): The Refugee Crisis as a Process of Creative Destruction (in German), in: Wirtschaftspolitische Blätter, 63/2, 415-425.
  • Kolev, S. (2016): Aspects of a New Economics of Order (in German), in: INDES Zeitschrift für Politik und Gesellschaft, 16/2, 18-24.
  • Kolev, S. (2015): Two Interactive Masterminds. Hayek’s Fluctuating Fascination for John Stuart Mill’s System of Thought, in: ORDO Yearbook of Economic and Social Order, 66, 387-396.
  • Kolev, S. (2015): The Economist as Public Intellectual: an Endangered Species? Walter Lippmann’s Unique Public Impact as an Impulse for Today’s Economics, in: ORDO Yearbook of Economic and Social Order, 66, 396-406.
  • Kolev, S. (2014): Revisiting F.A. Hayek’s “The Constitution of Liberty”, in: Economic Affairs, 1/2014, 43.
  • Kolev S. (2014): Societies as Limited Access Orders: Bulgaria and Romania Seven Years after the EU Accession (in German), in: Wirtschaftsdienst, 94/5, 331-334.
  • Kolev, S. (2012): Not How Much State, but What Kind of State (in German), in: Ludwig Erhard Stiftung Orientierungen zur Wirtschafts- und Gesellschaftspolitik, 1/2012, 48-52.
  • Kolev, S. (2012): The Successor States of the USSR – An Analysis 20 years later (in German), in: Wirtschaftsdienst, 92/1, 68-70.
Chapters in Books:
  • Kolev, S., J. Zweynert (forthcoming): Transition Economics Approaches, in: Kallmorgen, R., W.
  • Merkel, H.-J. Wagener (eds.): Oxford Handbook of Transition Research, Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Kolev, S. (forthcoming): Introduction to: What is Contextual Economics?, in: Goldschmidt, N., M. Wohlgemuth (eds.): Social Market Economy. Foundational Texts in Constitutional Economics, Tübingen: UTB Mohr Siebeck.
  • Kolev, S. (2017): Böhm, Franz / Eucken, Walter / Röpke, Wilhelm / Ordoliberalism, in: Marciano, A., G. B. Ramello (eds.): Encyclopedia of Law and Economics, Heidelberg: Springer.
  • Kolev, S., J. Zweynert (2016): Friedrich List (1789-1846), in: Faccarello, G., H. D. Kurz (eds.): Handbook on the History of Economic Analysis, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
  • Zweynert, J., S. Kolev, N. Goldschmidt (2016): New Economics of Order. On the Actuality of a Contextual Research Program, in: Zweynert, J., S. Kolev, N. Goldschmidt (eds.): New Economics of Order (in German), Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck.
  • Wohlgemuth, M., S. Kolev (2016): Evolutionary Public Choice und and New Economics of Order, in: Zweynert, J., S. Kolev, N. Goldschmidt (eds.): New Economics of Order (in German), Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck.
  • Kolev, S. (2015): Ordoliberalism and the Austrian School, in: Boettke P. J., C. J. Coyne (eds.): Oxford Handbook of Austrian Economics, Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Kolev, S. (2015): Joseph Stiglitz’s “Globalization and its Discontent”, in: Horn, K. (ed.): Temptations to Illiberty (in German), Zurich: Neue Zürcher Zeitung Libro.
  • Kolev, S. (2015): Heinrich von Stackelberg: Too Much Power Distorts the Market, in: Nienhaus, L. (ed.): 66 Thinkers to See the World Differently (in German), Munich: Hanser.
  • Kolev, S., J. Zweynert (2015): Transition Economics Approaches, in: Kallmorgen, R., W. Merkel, H.-J. Wagener (eds.): Handbook of Transition Research (in German), Heidelberg: Springer.
  • Köhler, E. A., S. Kolev (2013): The Conjoint Quest for a Liberal Positive Program: “Old Chicago”, Freiburg, and Hayek, in: Peart, S. J. and D. M. Levy (eds.): F.A. Hayek and the Modern Economy, New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Kolev, S.; Zweynert, J. (2011): Liability and Accountability / International Mobility / Demographic Transformation, in: Hasse, R., H. Schneider, K. Weigelt (eds.): Social Market Economy Handbook of Konrad Adenauer Foundation, Paderborn: UTB Schöningh.
Discussion Papers:
  • Kolev, S. (2016): Ludwig von Mises and the “Ordo-interventionists” – More Than Just Aggression and Contempt?, Working Paper 2016-35, Center for the History of Political Economy Working Paper Series, Duke University.
  • Kolev, S., N. Goldschmidt, J.-O. Hesse (2014): Walter Eucken’s Role in the Early History of the Mont Pèlerin Society, Discussion Paper 14/02, Freiburg Discussion Papers on Constitutional Economics, Walter Eucken Institute.
  • Kolev, S. (2014): The Role of Guilds in Adam Smith’s “The Wealth of Nations” (in German), 3rd Walter Eucken Workshop Papers, Düsseldorf Social Market Economy Competence Center.
  • Köhler, E. A., S. Kolev (2011): The Conjoint Quest for a Liberal Positive Program: “Old Chicago”, Freiburg and Hayek, Research Paper 109, HWWI Hamburg Institute of International Economics.
  • Kolev, S. (2010): F.A. Hayek as an Ordo-Liberal, Research Paper 5-11, HWWI Hamburg Institute of International Economics.
  • Kolev, S. (2009): The Great Depression in the Eyes of Bulgaria’s Inter-war Economists. How History of Economic Thought Could Matter for Today’s Policy Advice, Discussion Paper 79, Bulgarian National Bank, Sofia.
5. Selected Media Appearances
  • Review of “Neue Ordnungsökonomik”, co-edited by Joachim Zweynert, Stefan Kolev and Nils Goldschmidt, in: FAZIT – the Economics Blog of Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 06.01.2017.
  • US Elections: Pondering at the University Bar of Duke, in: Schweizer Monat Zurich, 02.12.2016
  • Kick it like Borissow, in: Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 03.09.2016.
  • Network for Constitutional Economics and Social Philosophy NOUS Holds its First Conference, in: Badische Zeitung Freiburg, 12.07.02016
  • Stress Test for the Global Village, in: Schweizer Monat Zurich, 01.06.2016.
  • Röpke, the Economist who Aimed to Go Beyond Supply and Demand, in: Le Temps Lausanne, 18.4.2016.
  • Chancellor Merkel and Germany after the Recent Elections, in: Bulgaria on Air TV, 17.03.2016.
  • Debating Liberalism: Loosing the Handbrake, in: Schweizer Monat Zurich, 01.10.2015.
  • Against Silence. Walter Lippmann as an Opinion Maker (Review of Craufurd Goodwin’s “Walter Lippmann. Public Economist”), in: Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 14.09.2015.
  • The Risks of ECB’s Low Interest Rates Policies, in: Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 31.07.2015.
  • The Heritage of Totalitarianisms in Europe, in: Bulgarian National Radio, 15.11.2014.
  • Myths of the Centrally Planned Economy of the GDR, in: Huffington Post Germany, 08.11.2014.
  • The Future of Europe from a Classical Liberal Perspective, in: Bulgaria on Air TV, 17.10.2014.
  • New Realities in the Ukraine, in: Bulgaria on Air TV, 31.08.2014.
  • Bulgaria in the Clutches of Corruption and Nepotism, in: Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 07.08.2014.
  • Heinrich von Stackelberg: How Oligopolies Distort the Market, in: Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 09.03.2014.
  • The Fiscal Crisis in the USA, in: 27.10.2013.
  • Liberal. Libertarian. Neoliberal: Stefan Kolev’s Comparisons of State Conceptions (Review of Dissertation by Michael Zöller, University of Bayreuth), in: FAZ, 09.09.2013.
  • The Essence and Future of Capitalism: Stefan Kolev vs. Ljubomir Hristov (Former Chief Economist of Bulgarian National Bank), in: Bulgaria on Air TV, 25.08.2013.
  • Bulgarie: Révolte contre la Cleptocratie, in: Le Cercle Les Echos Paris, 04.08.2013.
  • Mainstream or Mainline? How Economics Can Regain Relevance (Review of Peter Boettke’s “Living Economics”), in: Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 19.11.2012.
  • No Market without the Rule of Law, in: Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 27.02.2012.
  • Why Bulgaria Poses Conditions to the EU, in: Stuttgarter Zeitung, 15.10.2011.
6. Teaching Experience
  • Introductory Microeconomics & Macroeconomics
  • History of Economic Thought
  • Austrian Economics
  • Ordoliberal and Constitutional Political Economy
  • Economics of European Integration and Globalization
  • Transition Economics of Central and Eastern Europe
  • Quantitative Methods
  • Academic Research and Theory of Science
7. Memberships
  • International Adam Smith Society
  • Bulgarian Hayek Society
  • Bulgarian Libertarian Society
  • Econwatch – Gesellschaft für Politikanalyse
  • European Society for the History of Economic Thought
  • History of Economics Society
  • Ludwig Erhard Foundation
  • Monetary Research Center Sofia
  • Mont Pèlerin Society
  • NOUS – Netzwerk für Ordnungsökonomik und Sozialphilosophie
  • Society for the Development of Austrian Economics
  • Southern Economic Association
  • Tocqueville-Acton Centro Studi e Ricerche (Member of the Scientific Board) Walter Eucken Institute
  • Wilhelm Röpke Institute (Deputy Director)
8. Referee Activity Economic Alternatives
  • European Journal of the History of Economic Thought
  • History of Economic Ideas
  • History of Political Economy
  • Journal of the History of Economic Thought
  • Schmollers Jahrbuch. Journal of Contextual Economics

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