Philipp Liesenhoff

Associate Fellow, Globalization and World Economy Program

Areas of Expertise

  • European macroeconomics
  • European financial integration
  • Transatlantic economic and financial relations


German, English



Philipp Liesenhoff is an Associate Fellow of the DGAP’s Globalization and World Economy Program, where he works on Germany’s economic role in European and transatlantic relations, Eurozone institutional reforms, European integration, and transatlantic financial relations.

He holds an MA in International Economics from the University of Bayreuth and received his BA in Governance and Public Policy from the University of Passau.

He is completing his PhD in the field of macrofinance and has been a visiting scholar at the School of Advanced International Affairs (SAIS) at Johns Hopkins University in Washington, DC.


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Selected Publications

How Donald Trump drives Europe towards China
by Philipp Liesenhoff
The US under Trump is presenting itself to Europe as a less attractive ally for trade and climate policy, and China as a more attractive one, a German foreign policy expert writes.
Category: Economy and Finance, United States of America
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