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Professor Erik Dietzenbacher

Erik Dietzenbacher (1958) obtained his MSc in Econometrics (1982) and his PhD in Economics (1991) from the University of Groningen. Currently he is Full Professor in Interindustry Economics at the University of Groningen. He is also Affiliate Research Professor at the Regional Economics Applications Laboratory (REAL) of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and Guest Professor at the Graduate University of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (GUCAS) in Beijing.

Currently he is the project coordinator of "World Input-Output Database: Construction and Applications" (WIOD), a large-scale collaborative research project that is funded by the EU in its 7th Framework Programme and in which 11 international institutes participate.

He is Vice President of the International Input-Output Association (IIOA), Honorary President of the Chinese Input-Output Association (CIOA), director of the European Network for Input-Output Studies (EUNIOS), and serves on the advisory board of the Regional Research Institute (RRI) at West Virginia University in Morgantown.

He has co-edited five books and published more than 60 articles in refereed scientific journals. He has been editor of Economic Systems Research (1998-2008) and is co-editor of Estudios de Economía Aplicada, and associate editor of the Journal of Regional Science. As chairman of the scientific program committee, he has been responsible for the program of the input-output conferences in New York (1998),Montreal (2002), Sendai (2006) and Sao Paulo (2009, as co-chair). He is a fellow of the research school SOM, and director of its research programme in Global Economics and Management GEM).

For more information about Erik's work and publications, please consult his homepage

Erik Dietzenbacher

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For further information please contact

Prof Manfred Lenzen
ISA, A28
The University of Sydney NSW 2006
+61 (0)2 9351-5985
m.lenzen@physics.usyd.edu.au