Works in Progress

A. Published Working Papers

On Top of the Top - Adjusting wealth distributions using national rich lists

Joint with M. Ertl, E. List, P. Mokre and M. Schnetzer. Under Review.

The European Rich-List Database (ERLDB) compiled for this project is available here. In terms of the coverage of countries and years, it is the most comprehensive collection of such lists ever. It is also the first systematic complication of these lists.

INEQ Working Paper #20

(Generalized) Pareto Tail
(Generalized) Pareto Tail

Presented at (selected): International Association for Research on Income and Wealth (IARIW; virtual), Society for the Study of Economic Inequality Congress (LSE / virtual), Annual Congress of the International Institute for Public Finance (invited special session on The Super-Rich; virtual), InGrid Workshop on Recent Advances in Poverty and Inequality Research (virtual), Annual Meeting of the Austrian Economic Association (virtual)

The Three Tales of Income Inequality in the United States: Linking National, Regional, and Spatial Income Inequality

Joint with M. Moser. Under Review

Presented at (selected): Stone-Center on Socio-Economic Inequality at CUNY Seminar (invited), University of Luxembourg (inivited), ERSA Summer School on Spatial Inequality, ERSA Congress, Annual Meeting of the Austrian Economic Association

B. In Progress

Scales of Inequality that Matter: Lesoens from U.S. Metropolitan Areas

Joint with J. Essletzbichler and M. Moser

Housing Wealth and the Welfare State

Joint with S. Waltl and E. List

Experimental Data Collection in Progress

OSF pre-registration

Returns to Class. Capital Ownership and Returns to Education.

Joint with E. List and P. Mokre

Absolute and Relative Intergenerational Mobility in Living Standards. Accounting for the Welfare State

What Drives the Top-Tail of the Wealth Distribution?

Joint with P. Mokre and E. List

Higher Education Expansion, Intergenerational Mobility and Regional Development. Evidence from the Establishment of Fachhoschulen