latest update: April 4th, 2019

Entire Name: Andreas Nikolaus Brunhart
Birthday: July 21st, 1980
Citizenship: Balzers, Principality of Liechtenstein

Current Affiliations:

Other Activities:

Past Affiliations, Activities, Nominations
  • 2017/2018: Guest lecturer for "Growth and Business Cycle Analysis" at the Institute of Technology in Deggendorf (Germany)
  • 2017: Teaching Economics for "Politiklehrgang" (Förderverein Akademie für angewandte Politik)
  • 2014, August 19th-23rd: Successful nomination for participation at Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings, 5th Meeting on Economic Sciences [Lindau]. Media coverage on my participation.
  • 2009-2014: Lecturer "Macroeconomics" and "Introductory Economics" exercise courses at University of Liechtenstein
  • 2006-2014: Scientific project collaborator (part-time), project collaborator (full-time), student assistant (full-time) at Konjunkturforschungsstelle Liechtenstein (KOFL) at University of Liechtenstein
  • 2000-2004: Internships at the weekly newspaper Wirtschaft Regional, Liechtenstein’s Office of Eonomic Affairs and the daily newspaper Liechtensteiner Vaterland

  • Doctorate [PhD in Economics, University of Vienna]:
Dissertation thesis [2008-2012]: „Economic Growth and Business Cycles in Liechtenstein – Econometric Investigations Considering the Past, Present, and Future“ (link to paperback and pdf)
Prof. Robert Kunst (1st supervisor, University of Vienna)
Prof. Carsten-Henning Schlag (2nd supervisor, University of Liechtenstein)
Prof. Michael Hauser (external examiner, Vienna University of Economics and Business)
Doctoral studies [2006-2011]:
17 PhD-courses covering the fields of: Econometrics (macro econometrics; linear, non-linear, multivariate, and seasonal time series analysis; panel data); monetary theory and policy models; innovation and growth models; models of business cycles, rigidities and trade; rational and public choice; several research seminars
  • Diploma [lic.rer.pol. in Economics, University of Bern]:
Studies [2000-2005]:
Economics (major), business administration and politics (minors)
Thesis: “Der Aufbau eines Konjunkturbarometers – ein adäquates Instrument zur qualitativen Prognose der kurzfristigen wirtschaftlichen Entwicklung Liechtensteins?“
Prof. Klaus Neusser (University of Bern)
Prof. Carsten-Henning Schlag (University of Liechtenstein)
  • School:
A-Level (Matura Typus B [Latin]), Liechtensteinisches Gymnasium, Vaduz (1992 to 2000)
Primary School, Primarschule Balzers (1987 to 1992)