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Emanuel List, Ph.D

Emanuel List
Contact details

Phone: +43 (1) 31336 - 5934
E-Mail: emanuel.list@wu.ac.at
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Personal details

Emanuel List is a postdoctoral research associate at the Research Institute Economics of Inequality at the Vienna University of Economics and Business. His research focuses on issues of income and wealth distribution, housing, financial stability as well as corporate productivity and ownership.

Expertise
  • Income and wealth distribution

  • Taxation and redistribution

  • Microeconometrics

Current projects
  • On Top of the Top - Adjusting wealth distributions using national rich lists
    INEQ Working Paper

  • Corporate Ownership and Board Compensation

Recently completed projects
  • Distributional National Accounts (DINA) for Austria at World Inequality Lab

  • Housing and Income Inequality in Europe. What drives the difference?

Publications

Journal article

2022 Jestl, Stefan, List, Emanuel. 2022. Inequality, Redistribution, and the Financial Crisis. Read more
2022 List, Emanuel. 2022. Housing and Income Inequality in Europe. Read more
2021 Jestl, Stefan, List, Emanuel. 2021. Einkommensungleichheit in Österreich: Neue Sichtweisen und Beiträge zur Debatte. Read more
2021 Ederer, Stefan, Cetkovic, Predrag, Humer, Stefan, Jestl, Stefan, List, Emanuel. 2021. Distributional National Accounts (DINA) with Household Survey Data: Methodology and Results for European Countries. Read more
2020 Altzinger, Wilfried, List, Emanuel. 2020. Homeowners and Renters: The financial burden of housing costs in Austria. Read more
2017 Fessler, Pirmin, List, Emanuel, Messner, Teresa. 2017. How financially vulnerable are CESEE households? An Austrian perspective on its neighbors. Read more
2015 Theobald, Thomas, Tober, Silke, List, Emanuel. 2015. Finanzmarktstabilität in Zeiten unkonventioneller Geldpolitik. Read more

Working/Discussion Paper

2020 Disslbacher, Franziska, Ertl, Michael, List, Emanuel, Mokre, Patrick, Matthias, Schnetzer. 2020. On Top of the Top - Adjusting wealth distributions using national rich lists. Read more