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Christian Wiethe graduated from Johann-Philipp von Schönborn-Gymnasium in Münnerstadt (Bavaria) in 2012. From 2013 he studied mathematics with a focus on statistics at the Julius-Maximilians University in Würzburg. After completing his Bachelor’s degree in 2016, Christian Wiethe studied in the Elite Graduate Program Finance and Information Management at the Universities of Augsburg, Bayreuth and the Technical University of Munich with a focus on Quantitative Finance. During this time he gained practical experience as an intern at an Asset Manager and as a research assistant at the Technical University of Munich. In November 2018 he started as a research assistant at the Finance & Information Management Research Center in Augsburg, becoming a Doctoral Candidate in August 2019.
Within the scope of his research activities Christian Wiethe mainly focuses on heat and energy system transformation, in particular the financial analysis of energy efficiency measures as well as long-term grid expansion in supranational grids.
Managing the Risks of Energy Efficiency Insurances in a Portfolio Context : An Actuarial Diversification Approachin: International Review of Financial Analysis, 2020
Baltuttis, DennikTöppel, JannickTränkler, TimmWiethe, Christian
The Impact of Energy-Economical Behavior on Long-Term Energetic Retrofitting Roadmaps : A Vine Copula Quantile Regression Approachin: Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Applied Energy. Part 1, s.l., 2019
Töppel, JannickTränkler, TimmWiethe, Christian