Prof. Dr. Christoph Moser
Chair of Global Governance
Christoph Moser (born in 1978) studied international economic and business studies at the University of Innsbruck (Austria) and CERAM (now SKEMA) in Sophia Antipolis (France) from 1998 to 2003.
He then worked as a research and teaching assistant at the University of Mainz, where he completed his doctoral degree in economics in 2008. Afterwards he worked as a postdoctoral and senior researcher at ETH Zurich, KOF Swiss Economic Institute (Switzerland). He was a guest researcher at the Haas Business School, UC Berkeley (USA), and the CESifo in Munich. He is a CESifo research affiliate, an associated research professor at ETH Zurich, KOF, and a member of the standing field committee in international economics of the Verein für Socialpolitik. From 2015 to 2018 he held a full professorship in economics, in particular international economics and macroeconomics, at the University of Salzburg, where he also served as deputy head of the Salzburg Centre of European Union Studies (SCEUS), one of its interdisciplinary research centres.
Prof. Christoph Moser has been Head of Chair of Global Governance at FAU since 2018. His research focuses on international economics, international trade and labor, trade policy and political economy.
The political economy of the European Union
In: Review of International Organizations (2020)
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The exporter wage premium when firms and workers are heterogeneous
In: European Economic Review 130 (2020), Article No.: 103599
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The European Commission and the revolving door
In: European Economic Review 127 (2020)
Exporting and Offshoring with Monopsonistic Competition
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Hidden protectionism? Evidence from non-tariff barriers to trade in the United States
In: Journal of International Economics 117 (2019), p. 143-157