Severin Rapp, MSc.
Severin Rapp is part of the scientific staff at the research institute "Economics of Inequality" and the Institute for Macroeconomics since October 2019. His doctoral research focuses on political economy, the welfare state and wealth redistribution. In research projects on these issues, he cooperated with the Ministry of Social Affairs and the City of Vienna. Severin holds a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from the Vienna University of Economics and Business and an MSc in Comparative Social Policy from the University of Oxford.
Recently completed projects
Wealth in Vienna
The cost of children - Methods and Bandwidths
Teaching in the ongoing semester
|2023||Rapp, Severin, Humer, Stefan. 2023. Wealth and Welfare: Do Private and Public Safety Nets Compensate for Asset Poverty?. Read more|
Chapter in edited volume
|2023||Rapp, Severin, Heitzmann, Karin. 2023. Armut, soziale Ausgrenzung und Wohnen In: Soziale Lage und Sozialpolitik in Österreich. Hrsg. Buxbaum, Adi, Filipic, Ursula, Pirklbauer, Sybille, Sokup, Nikolai, Wagner, Norman. Read more|