Dr. Tim Stuchtey

Dr. Tim Stuchtey

Dr. Tim Stuchtey studied economics at the University of Münster and completed his doctoral degree at the Technische Universität Berlin in the field of economic and infrastructure policy. He worked as personal advisor to the president of the Technische Universität before transferring to the economic policy office of the German employers association.

In 2001 he moved to the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin where he became the head of the newly created office for strategic development and planning, and later chief of staff of the president.

At Humboldt-Universität, Tim established the Humboldt Institution on Transatlantic Issues (HITI). In 2007 he became Senior Fellow and Program Director Business and Economics of the American Institute for Contemporary German Studies (AICGS) at Johns Hopkins University in Washington, DC.

In 2010 he became Executive Director of the newly-founded Brandenburg Institute for Society and Security (BIGS) in Potsdam. His research focuses include the economics of (cyber-)security, the analysis of the security industry, transatlantic economic relations, and classical regulatory policy.

Latest Publications:

Die Kosten des Zauderns

In recent weeks, economists and politicians have fiercely debated the economic costs of an energy embargo on Russia. What has gone unnoticed are the costs that arise from prolonging the […]

Veränderungsprozesse im Sicherheitsbereich im Zeichen des technischen Wandels

In: Heimat, Freiheit und Sicherheit – Zur Anatomie eines gespannten Verhältnisses. Bodo Hombach (Hrsg.), ISBN 978-3-8288-4757-6, Tectum-Verlag, Baden-Baden, S.69-90.

The Economic Costs of Illicit Trade

Illicit trade is often considered in terms of shadowy, small-scale, informal merchants and the costs of such activities, when considered beyond lost profits to intellectual property holders at all, are […]

Grundlagen für Risikoanalyse und Risikobewertung

in: Schreiber, Jürgen (Hrsg.): Sicherheit und Gefahrenabwehr bei Großveranstaltungen, 3., überarbeitete Auflage, Edewecht: Stumpf+Kossendey, S. 27-36

Die Kosten des Schattenhandels

in: Internationale Politik Special “Schattenhandel”, Ausgabe 05/2021, S.24-29.