Moritz is an Associate with the Climate Econometrics project at Nuffield College and the Smith School for Enterprise and the Environment.
His research, under the supervision of Prof Cameron Hepburn and Prof Sir David Hendry, focused on the macro-econometric estimation of climate impacts. Further research interests include spatial econometrics and remote-sensing.
Moritz holds a degree from the London School of Economics and Political Science and an MSc from Oxford’s Environmental Change Institute. Before continuing his studies at Oxford, he worked for the Austrian government and coordinated the activities in international environmental negotiations associated with Austria’s Presidency of the Council of the EU in 2018 (with a focus on climate, biodiversity, whaling and governance negotiations). He is currently undertaking the Einstein International Postdoctoral Fellowship at Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research and Technical University Berlin.
Whose jobs face transition risk in Alberta? Understanding sectoral employment precarity in an oil-rich Canadian province
11 Jan 24
Large weather and conflict effects on internal discplacement in Somalia with little evidence of feedback onto conflict
13 Mar 23
Attributing agnostically detected large reductions in road CO2 emissions to policy mixes
08 Sep 22
Decarbonization in state-owned power companies: Lessons from a comparative analysis
05 May 22
Climate change and Emerging Markets after Covid-19
01 Dec 20
This paper by Professor Cameron Hepburn and his team at the University of Oxford Smith School of Ent...
The Challenge of Using Epidemiological Case Count Data: The Example of Confirmed COVID-19 Cases and the Weather
27 Aug 20
The publicly available datasets on confirmed COVID-19 cases and deaths provide a key opportunity to ...
Uncertain impacts on economic growth when stabilizing global temperatures at 1.5°C or 2°C warming
02 Apr 18