Anton Pichler joined the Complexity Science Hub as a James S. McDonnell Foundation (JSMF) postdoctoral fellow in October 2021.
Anton holds a PhD in mathematics from the University of Oxford (supervisors: Doyne Farmer, François Lafond, Cameron Hepburn), as well as degrees in quantitative finance, economics and political science.
Before joining CSH, Anton was a a member of the Complexity Economics group at the Institute of New Economic Thinking at the University of Oxford where he developed models of patenting dynamics and shock propagation in production networks.
Anton’s research interests lie at the intersection of economic and ecological dynamics with his current work focusing on modeling the green transition.
He is also a guest researcher at the Institute for Social Ecology at BOKU Vienna.
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A. Pichler, M. Pangallo, M. del Rio-Chanona, F. Lafond, D. Farmer
Forecasting the propagation of pandemic shocks with a dynamic input-output model
Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control (2022) 104527
A. Pichler, J.D. Farmer
Simultaneous supply and demand constraints in input–output networks: the case of Covid-19 in Germany, Italy, and Spain
Economic Systems Research (2021)
A. Pichler, S. Poledna, S. Thurner
Systemic risk-efficient asset allocations: Minimization of systemic risk as a network optimization problem
Journal of Financial Stability 52 (2021) 100890
R. M. del Rio-Chanona, et al.
Supply and demand shocks in the COVID-19 pandemic: an industry and occupation perspective
Oxford Review of Economic Policy (2020) graa033
A. Pichler, M. Pangallo, R. M. del Rio-Chanona, F. Lafond, J. D. Farmer
Production networks and epidemic spreading: How to restart the UK economy?
INET Oxford Working Paper No. 2020-12.