Maximilian Konradt

Maximilian Konradt

PhD Researcher in International Economics
Research Fellow, Centre for Finance and Development
Areas of expertise
  • International macroeconomics and finance
  • Political Economy

PhD Thesis


PhD Supervisor & Co-Supervisor: Cédric Tille and Beatrice Weder di Mauro

Expected date of completion: 2024




Maximilian Konradt's research focuses on the investment behavior of institutional investors in financial markets and receives financial support from the SNSF. He also works on topics of political economy and climate policy.

Maximilian Konradt holds a master's degree in Quantitative Economics from Kiel University and completed a post-graduate program at the Kiel Institute for the World Economy. He also participated in the Swiss Program for Doctoral Students at the Study Center Gerzensee.


Academic Work Experience


Teaching Experience

Teaching assistant at Kiel University (2017)

Research Experience

Research assistant to Beatrice Weder di Mauro (Graduate Institute, 2020-21)
Research assistant to Christoph Trebesch (Kiel Institute, 2018-19)


Research Interest

  • International Macroeconomics and Finance

  • Political Economy

  • Climate policy


Publications/ongoing work


"Corona Politics: The Cost of Mismanaging Pandemics" With Helios Herrera, Guillermo Ordo~nez, and Christoph Trebesch, Covid Economics 50, 3-23, 2020.

"Carbon Taxation and Inflation: Evidence from the European and Canadian Experience"
With Beatrice Weder di Mauro, 2021, CEPR Discussion Paper No. 16396.

"Monetary Policy and Climate Policies: Implications for Europe" With Warwick McKibbin and
Beatrice Weder di Mauro, ECB Forum on Central Banking Conference Proceedings, 39 pages, 2021.


Fellowships /Grants


Doc.CH grant from the Swiss National Science Foundation