|Member of the Bundestag|
|Assumed office |
|Born|| (1976-10-20) 20 October 1976 (age 44)|
Saulgau, West Germany
|Alma mater||University of Tübingen|
Martin Rosemann (born 20 October 1976) is a German economist and politician of the Social Democratic Party (SPD) who has been serving as a member of the Bundestag from the state of Baden-Württemberg since 2013.
From 1996 until 2001, Rosemann studied economics at the University of Tübingen, on a scholarship of the German Academic Scholarship Foundation. He subsequently worked at the university’s Institute for Applied Economic Research (IAW) from 2002 until 2011 and later headed the Berlin office of the Institute for Social Research (ISG) from 2011 until 2013.
From 2000 until 2003, Rosemann served as chairman of the Young Socialists in Baden-Württemberg.
Rosemann first became a member of the Bundestag in the 2013 German federal election, representing Tübingen. He has since been a member of the Committee on Labour and Social Affairs, where he serves as his parliamentary group's rapporteur on pensions in Germany.
In the negotiations to form a coalition government under the leadership of Chancellor Angela Merkel following the 2017 federal elections, Rosemann was part of the working group on digital policy, led Helge Braun, Dorothee Bär and Lars Klingbeil.
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