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Univ.Prof.Dr. Andrea Weber

Forschungs­in­ter­essen:

Arbeits­markt­ö­ko­n­omik,
Sozi­al­ver­si­che­rungs­sys­teme,
Geschlech­ter­dif­fe­renzen am Arbeits­markt,
Ange­wandte Mikro­ö­ko­n­o­me­trie

a.o.Univ.Prof.Dr. Thomas Grandner

Forschungs­in­ter­essen:

Labor Econo­mics and Indus­trial Orga­ni­sa­tion,
Imper­fect Markets and Employ­ment,
Trade Unions,
Collec­tive Bargai­ning

a.o.Univ.Prof.Dr. Hans­jörg Klau­singer

Forschungs­in­ter­essen:

History of (Recent) Economic Thought,
Austrian Econo­mics

Florian Schois­wohl, M.Sc.

Forschungs­in­ter­essen:

Labor econo­mics,
Labor Market Insti­tu­tions,
Regional Unem­ploy­ment

Univ.Prof.Dr. Herbert Walther

Forschungs­in­ter­essen (Themen­aus­wahl):

(1) Labor Econo­mics (Theory and Policy) Unem­ploy­ment, Employ­ment Poli­cies,  Discri­mi­na­tion and Anti-­Dis­cri­mi­na­tion Poli­cies, Econo­mics of Orga­niza­tion and Manage­ment, Working Time and Regu­la­tions of Working Time, Redun­dancy Payments, Human Capital;
(2) Public Finance Taxa­tion and Employ­ment, Tax Evasion, Fiscal Theory and Policy;
(3) Deci­sion Theory Non-­Ex­pected Utility, Deci­sion Making Under Uncer­tainty, Gambling and Insurance;

Mag. Michael Wüger

Forschungs­in­ter­essen:

Imper­fect Labor Markets and Labor Market Insti­tu­tions,
Economic Shocks and (Un)employ­ment Dyna­mics,
The Real­lo­ca­tion of Labor