Christian Diem has been a PhD candidate at the Complexity Science Hub since 2019.
Christian holds a bachelor’s degree in international financial services from the University of Liechtenstein and a master’s degree in quantitative finance from the Vienna University of Economics and Business.
His research interests lie in the area of systemic risk in financial markets. Christian’s first work was concerned with optimally rewiring interbank networks to reduce systemic risk. Currently he is working on the OeNB Jubilee Fund project “Data-driven multi-layer network approaches to quantifying systemic risk”.
Christian is also pursuing his PhD at the Vienna University of Economics and Business.
Tel: +43 1 59991-616
T. Reisch, G. Heiler, C. Diem, P. Klimek, S. Thurner
Monitoring supply networks from mobile phone data for estimating the systemic risk of an economy
Scientific Reports 12 (13347) (2022)
Christian Diem: “Determining systemic risk in firm-level production networks”
Jul 05, 2021 | 16:15—16:30