Christian Schoder is an Economist at the World Bank. His work focuses on the evidence-based analysis of the macroeconomic implications of climate-fiscal policy including fossil fuel subsidy reform, emission trading systems, and carbon taxes. Currently, Christian is leading the development of a Bayesian macroeconomic framework for empirical policy analysis in an emerging market context. Prior to joining the World Bank, he served as Assistant Professor in Economics at The New School for Social Research and the Vienna University of Economics and Business with a focus on macroeconomic dynamics and applied econometrics. His work has been published in leading economic journals including the Journal of Applied Econometrics and the Journal of International Money and Finance.