Dr. Marc Ingo Wolter is head of the GWS division ‘Economic and Social Affairs’. After studying economics he worked as a research assistant at the University of Osnabrück. His doctorate thesis dealt with ‘Retirement arrangement systems and economic development’. Since 1998, he is working for the GWS and is responsible for predominantly short and long-term projects for public as well as private clients.
Marc Ingo Wolter has extensive experience in the development and appliance of macro-economic models as well as in establishing empirical evaluations. His research focus lies on socio-economic development on the background of economic and structural demographic change.
His research areas cover the development of the labour market and industry sectors related to growth and employment on the national and regional level as well as the impacts of demographic change. He is responsible for the GWS’s industry forecasts. Besides, he is taking part in the socio-economic reporting (www.soeb.de) and is partner of the QuBe project (www.qube-projekt.de).
Business Cycle, Economic Activities and International Trade
Labour Market including issues around professions and qualifications
Socioeconomic issues related to Demographics, Households and Consumption
Health and Long-term Care
Projects of Marc Ingo Wolter
Publications of Marc Ingo Wolter
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New videos on the CRED project: How can climate risks and climate adaptation be integrated into macroeconomic modelling?
The Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH has published two informative videos about the CRED project. In addition to insights into the management of climate risks…
Virtual training: Using macroeconomic models to assess the impacts of climate change and adaptation on national economies.
This training is offered to share experience from the CRED programme in piloting the development and application of such models in Georgia, Kazakhstan and Vietnam. The CRED programme developed…