ZWICKL Klara, Ph.D
1020 Vienna, Austria
Economic and environmental policy
An empirical analysis of environmental inequality in the EU. Principal Investigator, Austrian Science Fund (FWF), 2019-2020.
Zwickl, Klara, and Simon Sturn. 2022. “Air quality co-benefits of climate mitigation in the European Union.”, In: “The Routledge Handbook of the Political Economy of the Environment”, edited by Éloi Laurent and Klara Zwickl, pp. 184-194.
Zwickl, Klara, Simon Sturn, and James Boyce. 2021. “Effects of carbon mitigation on co-pollutants at industrial facilities in Europe.” Energy Journal 42 (5). --- Recipient of the “Campell Watkins The Energy Journal Best Paper Award” in 2021.
Zwickl, K. (2019). The demographics of fracking: A spatial analysis for four US states. Ecological Economics, 161: 202-215.
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