ZWICKL Klara, Ph.D
1020 Vienna, Austria
Environmental disparities by socioeconomic status
The distribution of income and working time in an economy with biophysical limits
Welfare, Wealth and Work for Europe
Financialization, economic growth and biophysical limits
Inequality, Behavioral Spillover Effects, Work Hours, and Household Debt
Zwickl, K., Disslbacher, F., Stagl, S. (2015): Work-sharing for a sustainable economy. Institute for Ecological Economics, Ecological Economic Papers 4, epub.wu.ac.at Accepted for publication in: Ecological Economics
Sturn, S. and Zwickl, K. (2014). A reassessment of size and intermediation effects of financial systems. Political Economy Research Institute Working Paper 369, November 2014, www.peri.umass.edu Accepted for publication in: Empirical Economics
Zwickl, K., Ash, M., Boyce, J. (2014). Regional variation in environmental inequality. An analysis of industrial air toxics exposure disparities by income, race and ethnicity in US cities. In: Ecological Economics, 107:494-509.
Özlem, O., Stockhammer, E., Zwickl, K. (2013). FDI and domestic investment in Ger- many: crowding in or out? In: International Review of Applied Economics, 27(7):429-448.
Working Papers/Under review
Zwickl, K. and Moser, M. (2014). Informal environmental regulation of industrial air pollution: Does neighborhood inequality matter? Political Economy Research Institute Working Paper 370, November 2014 www.peri.umass.edu
Boyce, J., Zwickl, K., Ash, M. (2014). Three measures of environmental inequality. Institute for New Economic Thinking Working Group on the Political Economy of Distribution Working Paper 4, May 2014 ineteconomics.org