ZWICKL Klara, Ph.D
Causes and consequences of inequality
Economic and environmental policy
Air-quality co-benefits in Europe (with Simon Sturn and James K. Boyce)
Inequality, behavioral spill-over effects and labor supply (with Simon Sturn and Mathias Moser)
Debt, Inequality, Booms, and Crises. European and international determinants of an unstable economy (with Simon Sturn and Florentin Glötzl)
Naqvi, A., Zwickl, K. (2017). Fifty shades of green: Revisiting decoupling by economic sectors and air pollutants. Ecological Economics, 133:111-126.
Boyce, J.K., Zwickl, K., Ash, M. (2016). Measuring Environmental Inequality. Ecological Economics, 124:114-123.
Sturn, S. and Zwickl, K. (2016). A reassessment of size and intermediation effects of financial systems. Empirical Economics, 50(4):1467-1480.
Zwickl, K., Disslbacher, F., Stagl, S. (2016) Work–sharing in a sustainable economy. Ecological Economics, 121:246-253.
Zwickl, K., Ash, M., Boyce, J.K. (2014). Regional variation in environmental inequality. Industrial air toxics exposure in U.S. cities. Ecological Economics, 107:494-509.
Onaran Ö., Stockhammer, E., Zwickl, K. (2013). FDI and domestic investment in Germany: crowding in or out? International Review of Applied Economics, 27(7):429–448.