University of Chicago
Felix Tintelnot’s research interests include international trade and industrial organization, in particular the location and production decisions of multinational firms. His scholarly paper “Global Production with Export Platforms” received the 2013 World Trade Organization’s Essay Award for Young Economists.
Between 2005 and 2008, Tintelnot was a German National Academic Foundation (Studienstiftung des Deutschen Volkes) fellow. More recently, he was an Institute for Computational Economics fellow at the University of Chicago. He is currently a research fellow of the Center for Research on International Finance and Energy Security at Pennsylvania State University, as well as a CESifo research affiliate.
Tintelnot received a diplom in economics (with distinction) from the Free University of Berlin and a PhD in economics from Pennsylvania State University. He joins the University of Chicago after completing a one-year International Economics Section Fellowship at Princeton University.
Tintelnot joined the University of Chicago faculty in 2014.