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Andrea Grisold

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ao.Univ.Prof.Dr. Andrea Grisold
Professor of Economics

phone:    +43 1 31336 4513


office:     D4.2.173

office hours: by appointment

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WU (Vienna University of Economics and Business)
Department of Economics
Building D4, 2nd floor
Welthandelsplatz 1, 1020 Vienna

Contribution by Andrea Grisold to new book - The Media and Inequality

Media and Inequality

Prof. Grisold contributes together with co-author Hendrik Theine Chapter 12 "Debating Inequality: The Case of Piketty’s Capital in the 21st Century" in the new published book The Media and Inequality (Routledge, 2023) edited by Steve Schifferes and Sophie Knowles.
This book brings together a vast range of pre-eminent experts, academics, and practitioners to interrogate the role of media in representing economic inequality. It explores and deconstructs the concept of economic inequality by examining the different dimensions of inequality and how it has evolved historically; how it has been represented and portrayed in the media; and how, in turn, those representations have informed the public’s knowledge of and attitudes towards poverty, class and welfare, and political discourse.

Short CV

Andrea Grisold is professor of economics at the Vienna University of Economics and Business, Austria. She studied economics in Vienna, after finishing a college of civil engineering. Her research areas include: Political Economy of the Media; Pluralism in Economics; New Developments in Economic Policies; Mediated Communication of Economic Topics. She has widely published in these areas.

She was a visiting scholar at Trinity College Dublin/ Ireland, visiting professor at the University of New Orleans, and Schumpeter professor at Harvard University.

Recently released book: “Economic Inequality and News Media.Discourse, Power, and Redistribution” (Oxford University Press, edited with Paschal Preston).