METZGER, Martina

Member since May 2018


Martina Metzger is Professor of Monetary Economics at the Berlin School of Economics and Law (BSEL). She serves as the liaison person of BSEL co-operation with Southwestern University of Finance and Economics and Deutsche Bundesbank Berlin on monetary policy. Before joining BSEL in 2014, she worked for the Berlin Institute for Financial Market Research, of which she was executive director. She was also with the Division on Globalisation and Development Strategies of UNCTAD (Geneva). She served as a lecturer, research fellow and assistant professor for international economics and macroeconomics at the University of Applied Science (Berlin) and the Free University of Berlin from which she also holds a doctoral degree. Since 2015 she is an appointed Lay Judge at the Berlin Social Court.


Research Interests: Interests and work focus of Martina Metzger are:

  • Money, macro and finance
  • Financial sector development of emerging markets and developing countries
  • Shadow banking (including FinTechs)
  • Financial market regulation
  • National and international financial and monetary architecture
  • Regional financial and monetary cooperation
  • Exchange rate regimes.

Martina Metzger

Professor of Monetary Economics, Berlin School of Economics and Law (BSEL)