Welcome to the DIE FAMILIENUNTERNEHMER Endowed Chair of Intergenerational Economic Policy

The Chair of Intergenerational Economic Policy, endowed by DIE FAMILIENUNTERNEHMER, was launched in August 2014 and staffed by Professor Dr. Christian Hagist. The curriculum complements the economic studies at WHU selectively by the aspect of sustainability. The research focus is consistently in the fiscal sustainability of political reforms, particularly in the area of health policy.


Tuesday, 11. September 2018

Money, markets and comments

Dispute over pension policy - who finances our retirement?


Wednesday, 29. August 2018

Poor old Germany? - Who pays for the retirement of the baby boomers?

Discussion witht Prof. Hagist in SWR2 Forum


Tuesday, 28. August 2018

Low earner or the wife of the senior physician - who benefits from the new Midijobs

Spiegel Online reports on study of the chair


Friday, 24. August 2018

The three biggest myths in the pension debate

New guest post in Manager Magazin


Friday, 10. August 2018

Cui bono? – The citicen insurance and civil servants

New article published


Professor Dr.

Christian Hagist



Job advertisement

The chair is looking for a research assistent/PhD student (m/f) at the earliest possible date.

More information

Media exposure and public talks

A detailed collection of the media coverage and public talks can be found via the following link

Media exposure and public talks

The upcoming Campus for Family Business will take place on Friday, October 12 in Vallendar.


News archive

Older news can be found via the results list below the news or in the archive including a time filtering function.