Bernhard Moshammer


telephone: (+43-1) 533 66 10-45

Bernhard Moshammer is Economist at wiiw. His research focuses on European economic and political-economic issues. He has previously worked for the Austrian Federal Chancellery on EU affairs and on housing policies at the Austrian Chamber of Labour. He holds a degree in Economics from the Vienna University of Economics and Business and an M.A. in European Interdisciplinary Studies from the College of Europe, Natolin Campus in Warsaw, Poland.

Austria, Vienna

List of Publications

External Publications wiiw Publications

External Publications

Other working papers and discussion series
  • 'New EU own resources: possibilities and limitations of steering effects and sectoral policy co-benefits' (with Philipp Heimberger, Mario Holzner, Niko Korpar, Ambre Maucorps, Danuše Nerudová, Margit Schratzenstaller and Veronika Solilová), in: Mirari Uriarte Iraola (eds), European Parliament, Policy Department for Budgetary Affairs Directorate-General for Internal Policies, Study, PE 731.895, March 2022

wiiw Publications

wiiw Forecast Reports
  • 'Austria and CESEE: Growth badly affected by invasion fallout', Bracing for the Winter, wiiw Forecast Report, No. Autumn 2022, Vienna, October 2022, pp. 50-53
  • 'CESEE Overview: Overshadowed by war and sanctions' (with Vasily Astrov and Sebastian Leitner), Overshadowed by War and Sanctions, wiiw Forecast Report, No. Spring 2022, Vienna, April 2022, pp. 5-33
wiiw Monthly Reports
  • 'Challenges for Austria in light of the war in Ukraine', in: Vasily Astrov and Richard Grieveson (eds), Monthly Report No. 7-8/2022, wiiw Monthly Report, No. 7-8, Vienna, July-August 2022, pp. 31-35
  • 'EU economic policy: Is Ukraine going to put a spoke in it?', in: Vasily Astrov (eds), Monthly Report No. 06/2022, wiiw Monthly Report, No. 6, Vienna, June 2022, 12-18
wiiw Policy Notes and Reports
  • 'Antworten auf die Krisen – auf EU-, nationaler und kommunaler Ebene investieren oder sparen? Rolle und Bedeutung öffentlicher Investitionen in Infrastruktur und Daseinsvorsorge' (with Philipp Heimberger and Mario Holzner), wiiw Policy Note/Policy Report, No. 60, Vienna, April 2022