PhD, Economics (University of Munich & Bavarian Graduate Program in Economics)
Visiting Fellow (Harvard University)
Diplom-Volkswirtin – equiv. M.Sc. in Economics (University of Munich, Germany)
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (University of Munich, Germany)
Visiting Student (University of Oxford (St. Peter's College))
Professor of Economics, Catholic University Eichstätt-Ingolstadt, Germany
Employment, Affiliations and Research Visits
Full Professor (W3), Chair of Economics, esp. Public Finance, Catholic University Eichstätt-Ingolstadt, since 2016
Substitute Full Professor, Chair of Economics, esp. Public Finance, Catholic University Eichstätt-Ingolstadt, 2015–2016
CESifo Research Affiliate, since 2015
Assistant Professor, Seminar for Economic Policy, University of Munich, 2014–2015
Visiting Scholar, Centre for Business Taxation, Oxford University, 04/2015–06/2015
Visiting Scholar, Department of Economics, UC San Diego, 2014–2015
Research Assistant,Seminar for Economic Policy, University of Munich, 2010–2013
Grants, Awards and Scholarships
CESifo Distinguished Affiliate Award in Public Sector Economics, 2015
Research Fellowship, 10 months, German Research Foundation, 2014–2015
"Kulturpreis Bayern" Dissertation Prize, 2014
PhD Scholarship, Bavarian Graduate Program in Economics, 2010–2013
Scholarship from the Max-Weber-Programm/Studienstiftung, 2005–2010
D. Langenmayr, R. Lester (2018). Taxation and Corporate Risk-Taking, The Accounting Review, forthcoming.
D. Langemayr (2017). Voluntary Disclosure of Evaded Taxes – Increasing Revenue, or Increasing Incentives to Evade? Journal of Public Economics 151, 110–125.
D. Langenmayr (2015). Limiting Profit Shifting in a Model with Heterogeneous Firm Productivity, B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis and Policy (Contributions) 15, 1657–1677.
D. Langenmayr, A. Hauer, C. J. Bauer (2015). Should Tax Policy Favor High- or Low-Productivity Firms? European Economic Review 73, 18–34.
C. J. Bauer, D. Langenmayr (2013). Sorting into Outsourcing: Are Profits Taxed at a Gorilla's Arm's Length? Journal of International Economics 90, 326–336.