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I am a Professor of Economics at the University of Salzburg, focusing on Bayesian time series econometrics and its applications in macroeconomics and finance. Prior to joining the University of Salzburg, I held an assistant professor position at the WU Wien and was working as an economist in the foreign research division (AUSA) of the Oesterreichische Nationalbank (OeNB). Moreover, I am deputy head of the Department of Economics, a scientific consultant to the OeNB, the European Central Bank (ECB) and the European Commission, Associate Editor of Macroeconomic Dynamics and Senior Scientist at the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA).
My research has been published in international top journals such as the Journal of Business & Economic Statistics, the Journal of Econometrics, the International Economic Review, the Journal of Applied Econometrics, and the European Economic Review, among others.
On this page, you find awards and a list of current rankings as well as links to various profiles. Moreover, you can find more information on my publications, recent research, CV, computer codes and teaching activities.
Awards & Rankings
Elected Fellow of the Society for Economic Measurement (SEM)
Best Paper Award of the Scottish Journal of Political Economy
Winner of the 2020 V. Jurgutis award granted by the Bank of Lithuania
Recipient of the 2019 Klaus-Liebscher-Research-Scholarship awarded by the OeNB
Ordinary member of the European Academy of Sciences & Arts
Winner of the 2018 Young economist award of the Austrian Economic Association (NOeG)
Handelsblatt (HB) Economist Ranking: Rank 100 (author ranking, 5 years); Rank 62 (young authors); Rank 6 (Austria, author ranking, 5 years)
IDEAS Repec Top 100 Economists (worldwide, 5 years or less, 2018): Average rank 9
IDEAS Repec Top 100 Economists (worldwide, 10 years or less): Top 20
IDEAS Repec Economist ranking by cohorts (worldwide, cohort of 2014): Rank 5
Winner of the 2015 Stephan Koren Prize for the dissertation ”Bayesian Inference in Global Vector Autoregressive Models” awarded by the Vienna University of Economics and Business
Winner of the 2014 Young economist award of the Austrian Economic Association (NOeG)