Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford
Christoph is pursuing a DPhil in Mathematics under the supervision of Prof. Doyne Farmer. His research will focus on financial stability, contagion and systemic risk assessment. Christoph’s general research interests comprise applications of quantitative and soft computing methods, including i.a. Network Theory, Machine Learning, Evolutionary Computation and Agent-Based-Modelling, in particular to problems in Finance and the Social Sciences.
Quantifying the importance of different contagion channels as sources of systemic risk
23 Mar 20
A framework that allows computing contagion effects from both direct exposure contagion and overlapp...
Money Creation in Fiat and Digital Currency Systems
20 Dec 19
To support the understanding that banks’ debt issuance means money creation, while centralized nonba...