Prof. Gabriel Felbermayr, Ph.D.
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Prof. Gabriel Felbermayr, Ph.D.

born 24 June 1976

Professional Experience

Since 10/2021 Director of the Austrian Institute of Economic Research and Professor at the Vienna University for Economics and Business
   
03/2019 – 09/2021 President of the Kiel Institute for the World Economy
 
03/2019 – 09/2021 Professor of Economics, Faculty of Economics, University of Kiel
 
04/ 2011 – 02/2019 Professor for Economics, especially International Economics Chair for international trade and international finance Faculty of Economics, University of Munich
 
10/2010 – 02/2019 Director of the ifo Center for International Economics
 
04/2008 – 03/2011 University of Hohenheim, Stuttgart
Professor for Economics, esp. International Economics
 
04/2005 – 03/2008 Eberhard Karls University of Tuebingen
Assistant Professor at the Chair of International Economic Relations (Prof. Dr.Wilhelm Kohler)
04/2005 – 03/2008 Eberhard Karls University of Tuebingen
Assistant Professor at the Chair of International Economic Relations (Prof. Dr.Wilhelm Kohler)
04/2004 – 03/2005 McKinsey & Company, Vienna: Associate Consultant
07/2003 – 05/2004 Johannes Kepler University of Linz (A)
Assistant Professor at the Institute for Economics

 

Academic Background

07/2008 Habilitation, Eberhard Karls University of Tuebingen
 
09/2000 – 09/2004 Doctoral studies in Economics, European University Institute, Florence, Italy
 
10/1995 – 03/2000 Magister, Economics, Johannes Kepler University of Linz (with distinction)
Magister, Trade Studies, Johannes Kepler University of Linz

 

Memberships in scientific associations and other activities

Gabriel Felbermayr holds various roles and positions. The most important are: member of the Scientific Advisory Board of the German Federal Ministry of Economics and Energy; Associate Editor, European Economic Review; Associate Editor, Journal of the European Economic Association.

His research and advisory activities focus on questions of economic global governance, European economic integration, and German economic policy. He has published a large number of papers in international scientific journals, in policy briefs, and newspapers. His research has been recognized with various awards.

For more information on the latest publications, presentations, projects and teaching assignments, see:
Institute for the World Economy

 

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