Former Research Assistant,
David was a research assistant at Bruegel focusing on macroeconomic related topics, fiscal and monetary policy. Before joining Bruegel, David worked as a trainee at the European Central Bank as well as at the European Investment Bank. He obtained a Master’s degree in Economics from Warwick University after completing his undergraduate programme in Economics at University of Graz, Austria.
David has been working for the Austrian NGO Childrenplanet which supports projects in education, clean drinking water provision and health care in Cambodia. He is a native German speaker, fluent in English and has good knowledge in Spanish.
Whose (fiscal) debt is it anyway?
The authors map how much fiscal debt is in the hands of domestic and foreign holders in the euro area. While the market for debt was much more interna
Analysis of developments in EU capital flows in the global context
The monitoring and analysis of capital movements is essential for policymakers, given that capital flows can have welfare implications. This report, c
Excess liquidity and bank lending risks in the euro area
In this Policy Contribution prepared for the European Parliament’s Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs (ECON) as an input to the Monetary Dialo
The macroeconomic implications of healthcare
Health-care systems play a crucial role in supporting human health. They also have major macroeconomic implications, an aspect that is not always prop