Markus H.P. Müller’s research focuses mainly on the structural transformation of economies and societies and on sustainability. He has authored several books and articles on the transformation of society and economies and is a columnist for the Global Policy Journal at Durham University. Markus is Global Head of the Chief Investment Office of the Private Bank, Deutsche Bank AG and in June 2022 he took over the role of Chief Investment Officer ESG in addition to his current function. He is also a member of Deutsche Bank’s Sustainability Council.
Markus began his career at Deutsche Bank in DB Research as executive assistant to the chief economist. During his studies at Münster University in Germany, he acquired broad international experience with focus on China, later working as an Economist at Allianz Life Insurance in Shanghai. Markus has held teaching posts in corporate finance and economics, being a visiting scholar at the Frankfurt School of Finance and the University of Bayreuth as well as at the Banking and Finance Academy of the Republic of Uzbekistan in Tashkent.
In January 2019 Markus H.-P. Müller published his first book under the title „Neo-Ordoliberalismus – Zukunftsmodell für die Soziale Marktwirtschaft“ at Springer-Gabler. His recent book he published in May 2021 under the title “Deutschland und China zwischen Kooperation und Konkurrenz”. In 2023 he will publish his new book on India on its transformation to a post-industrial economy.