Gerhard Streicher is Senior Economist at WIFO and has been working in the Research Group "Structural Change and Regional Development"
since 2013. His research focusses on multiregional input-output modelling. The regional spectrum of the ADAGIO model family
ranges from the level of Austrian districts to a 67-region world model. Projects that Gerhard Streicher has worked on in recent
years range from impact studies for companies and funding agencies to the potential effects of expansion measures in Danube
navigation or the bio-based economy to the economic effects of customs duties and sanctions in foreign trade. He was a lecturer
in Economics at the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, his alma mater: Gerhard Streicher studied Economics
at the University of Vienna and Water Management at the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, where he also wrote
his dissertation in 2006. After a lengthy excursion into experimental hydraulic engineering, his professional career as an
economist took him via Joanneum Research to WIFO, which he joined 2011. His journal publications have appeared in, among others,
Economic Systems Research, Environmental and Resource Economics or Science and Public Policy.