Visiting Professors

Oesterreichische Nationalbank

Academic discourse regarding economic core questions is a major concern for the Austrian National Bank (Oesterreichische Nationalbank - OeNB) and the Faculty of Business, Economics and Statistics.
For this reason, on the occasion of the 200th anniversary of the foundation of the OeNB, and the 650th anniversary of the foundation of the University of Vienna the “OeNB Anniversary Visiting Professorships” were established.

Every year since 2016 a visiting professor is invited to lecture about monetary policies and fiscal topics at the Faculty of Business, Economics and Statistics.

We would like to thank the Oesterreichische Nationalbank for financing this valuable international knowledge exchange.

2017 - Professor Calomiris

We are very pleased to welcome Professor Charles Calomiris to our Faculty in 2017 as the second OeNB Visiting Professor. He has not only distinguished himself as the Henry Kaufman Professor of Financial Institutions at Columbia Business School, Director of the Columbia Business School’s Programme for Financial Studies and the PFS Initiative on Finance and Growth in Emerging Markets but also as Professor at the Columbia School of International and Public Affairs.


Bank Regulation and Market Discipline

Professor Charles W. Calomiris together with
OeNB-Gouverneur Univ.-Prof. Dr. Ewald Nowotny

19. Oktober 2017
6:15 pm
Skylounge (12. OG)
Oskar-Morgenstern-Platz 1
1090 Wien


2016 - Professor Mizen

Professor Mizen is a leading expert in monetary policy and his research interests span monetary economics, corporate finance and central banking. Professor Mizen has taught at numerous institutions, including the European University Institute in Florence and Princeton University. He has been a visiting scholar to the U.S. Federal Reserve, the European Central Bank, and the International Monetary Fund, among other institutions.


Public Lecture (11 May 2016)
"What Lessons Can We Learn from the Global Financial Crisis?"

Money Talks (01 June 2016)

"Does Monetary Policy Work Anymore?"