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Johannes Moser, M.A.

Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter / Research Associate

Postal address

Postal:
Arcisstr. 21
80333 München

Since May 2020: PhD student at the Chair of Urban Development at the TU Munich, funded by the DFG related to the project: "Brain Train? High-speed rail stations as crystallisation points of the knowledge economy”

February - March 2020: Internship at the Kiel Institute for the World Economy in the project: "150 Years of Sovereign Risk: Lessons from Global Commodity Markets”

Winter semester 2019/2020: Courses commissioned by Prof. Dr. Hesse at the University of Bayreuth:

-Exam preparation for "Introduction to Empirical Methods"

-Seminar on "Topics, work methods and critical reading in Economic History”

2018-2019: Student assistant at the Chairs "Economic and Social History" (with Prof. Dr. Hesse) and "Finance" (with Prof. Dr.Ulrich) at the University of Bayreuth

2016-2019: Master studies "History & Economics" at the University of Bayreuth. Master thesis title: "What are the consequences of exogenous shocks on population distributions? - An analysis of Lippe during the Thirty Years' War 1618-1648"

2017-2019: Master's degree in Economics at the University of Bayreuth. Completion without Master thesis

February - April 2017: Internship at civity Management Consultants GmbH & Co. KG in Berlin.

2013-2016: Bachelor's degree in economics at the Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn, sponsored by the German National Academic Foundation.

  • Urban and transport planning: High-speed rail connections and eocnomic development
  • Population geography
  • Urban development in historical perspective 

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    Johannes Moser; Fabian Wenner; Alain Thierstein: Working From Home and Covid-19: Where Could Residents Move to? Urban Planning (7(3)), 2022 more…
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    Wenner, Fabian; Moser, Johannes; Thierstein, Alain: Mehr Arbeiten von zu Hause nach Corona. RaumPlanung 6/2021 (214), 2021, 23-28 more…
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    Moser, Johannes; Wenner, Fabian; Thierstein, Alain: The Corona pandemic and working from home. Where could residents in the Munich Metropolitan Region move to? Chair of Urban Development, Technical University of Munich, 2021, more…
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    Wenner, Fabian; Moser, Johannes: Which Regions Benefit from Rail Accessibility? Germany 1990-2030. Chair of Urban Development, Technical University of Munich, 2020, more…

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    Moser, Johannes; Thierstein, Alain: Brain Train? Interdependencies between High-Speed Rail and Knowledge-intensive firms in Germany. Global Conference on Economic Geography, 2022 more…
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    Moser, Johannes, Wenner, Fabian, Thierstein, Alain: Work From Home: Wo ergeben sich Wohnraumpotenziale in der Europäischen Metropolregion München? Barcamp: Stadt, Land, Ort, 2022 more…
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    Moser, Johannes; Wenner, Fabian; L'Hostis, Alain: Visualising Transformations of Geographical Time-Space by Transport Infrastructure Systems. The Case of Germany, 1990-2030. UGI - IGU Paris 2022: The Centennial Congress, 2022 more…
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    Johannes Moser; Fabian Wenner; Alain Thierstein: Work From Home (WFH): Wo ergeben sich Wohnraumpotenziale in der Europäischen Metropolregion München? Bauzentrum München, Web-Forum: Flexibel nutzbare Grundrisse: Wohnen und Arbeiten, 2022 more…
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    Moser, Johannes: The Corona Pandemic and Working from Home. Where could residents in the Munich Metropolitan Region move to? COVID-19 and Regional Resilience: Bouncing Back or Transforming Regional Economic Structure, 2021 more…
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    Moser, Johannes; Wenner, Fabian; Thierstein, Alain: Germany‘s passenger railnetwork from1990 until today. Regional Studies Association - Global E-Festival, 2021 more…
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    Moser, Johannes; Weiß, Manuel; Wenner, Fabian; Münter, Angelika; Thierstein, Alain: High-Speed Rail (HSR) and commuters - A spatio-temporal analysis of Germany between 1999 and 2019. Gesellschaft für Regionalforschung Summer Conference, 2021 more…