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16: Is a €10 trillion European climate investment initiative fiscally sustainable? Downloads
Jakob Kapeller, Stuart Leitch and Rafae Wildauer
15: The migrant wealth gap at the household level: Evidence from RIF regressions for Austria Downloads
Mattias Muckenhuber, Miriam Rehm and Matthias Schnetzer
14: Labor-saving technological change? Sectoral evidence for Germany Downloads
Benjamin Ferschli, Miriam Rehm, Matthias Schnetzer and Stella Zilian
13: Whose streets? Justice in transport decarbonization and gender Downloads
Vera Huwe
12: Less work, more labor: School closures and work hours during the COVID-19 pandemic in Austria Downloads
Lisa Hanzl and Miriam Rehm
11: Income changes do not influence political participation: Evidence from comparative panel data Downloads
Sebastian Jungkunz and Paul Marx
10: The evolution of debtor-creditor relationships within a monetary union: Trade imbalances, excess reserves and economic policy Downloads
Claudius Gräbner, Philipp Heimberger, Jakob Kapeller, Michael Landesmann and Bernhard Schütz
9: Do the "smart kids" catch up? Technological capabilities, globalisation and economic growth Downloads
Claudius Gräbner, Philipp Heimberger and Jakob Kapeller
8: Pandemic pushes polarisation: The Corona crisis and macroeconomic divergence in the Eurozone Downloads
Claudius Gräbner, Philipp Heimberger and Jakob Kapeller
7: Konzernmacht in globalen Güterketten Downloads
Jakob Kapeller and Claudius Gräbner
6: Trade models in the European Union Downloads
Claudius Gräbner, Dennis Tamesberger, Philipp Heimberger, Timo Kapelari and Jakob Kapeller
5: Economic polarisation in Europe: Causes and policy options Downloads
Jakob Kapeller, Claudius Gräbner and Philipp Heimberger
4: Wealth inequality and aggregate demand Downloads
Stefan Ederer and Miriam Rehm
3: Trade models in the European Union Downloads
Claudius Gräbner, Dennis Tamesberger, Philipp Heimberger, Timo Kapelari and Jakob Kapeller
2: Rich and ever richer: Differential returns across socio-economic groups Downloads
Stefan Ederer, Maximilian Mayerhofer and Miriam Rehm
1: The corporate sector and the current account Downloads
Jan Behringer and Till van Treeck
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