Miriam Rehm

Juniorprofessorin für Sozioökonomie mit Schwerpunkt Empirische Ungleichheitsforschung
am Institut für Sozioökonomie

Forschungsinteressen: Verteilung, Arbeitsökonomie, Wirtschaftspolitik, quantitative empirische Methoden, Agent-Based Modeling

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CAMPUS DUISBURG

Raum:LE 407A
Anschrift:Lotharstraße 65,
47057 Duisburg
Telefon:(0203) 379 - 4324
E-Mail:miriam.rehm@uni-due.de
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Zuständiges Sekretariat:Meike Girnth

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Education

 

Memberships and Awards

Memberships


Awards / Honours

 

Referee Activities

  • Ecological Economics
  • Empirical Economics
  • New School Economic Review
  • Review of Development Economics
  • Statistische Nachrichten
  • Wirtschaft und Gesellschaft (WuG)

Team

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Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin

Katharina Bohnenberger

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Publikationen

Editorships / Herausgeberschaften

2019          
  
► Ten years after the crash: what have we learned? European Journal of Economics and Economic Policies 16(2), 176-178 (ed. with Jan Behringer, Sebastian Gechert, Özlem Onaran)

2015          
  
► Das Scheitern des neoklassischen Paradigmas – Wirtschaftspolitik in der EU [The Failure of the Neoclassical Paradigm – Economic Policy in the EU], Wirtschaftswissenschaftliche Tagungen der AK Wien vol.19 (ed. with Markus Marterbauer, Michael Mesch, Christine Reiterlechner)

► Vermögensungleichheit, Kapitalismus und Demokratie [Wealth Inequality, Capitalism, and Democracy], Kurswechsel 02/2015 (ed. with Matthias Schnetzer)

2014            

► The Jobs Crisis. Causes, Cures, Constraints. European Journal of Economics and Economic Policies 2(Sept.), p.133-135 (ed. with Özlem Onaran, Till van Treeck, Andrew Watt)

Journal articles / Beiträge in Fachzeitschriften

2020            

► Inter-Industry Wage Inequality: Persistent differences and turbulent equalization. Cambridge Journal of Economics (with Patrick Mokre)

► Vermögensverteilung und Wirtschaftskrisen [The distribution of wealth and economic crises], Journal for Economic Policy, 100(4), 245-250

► Making Sense of Piketty’s ‘Fundamental Laws’ in a Post-Keynesian Framework: The Transitional Dynamics of Wealth Inequality, Review of Keynesian Economics 8(2), p. 195-219 (with Stefan Ederer)

► Will Wealth Become More Concentrated in Europe? Evidence from a Calibrated Post-Keynesian Model, Cambridge Journal of Economics 44(1), p. 55-72 (with Stefan Ederer)

2018         
   
► The Gender Wealth Gap across European Countries. Review of Income and Wealth 64 (2), p. 295-331; DOI: 10.1111/roiw.12281 (with Alyssa Schneebaum, Katharina Mader, Katarina Hollan)

► 10 Jahre nach der Krise – Fragen & Antworten aus der Feministischen Ökonomie. [10 Years after the Crisis – Questions & Answers from Feminist Economics] Kurswechsel 4/2018 (with Romana Brait, Pia Kranawetter, Christa Schlager)

2017            

► Positive Effekte des Mindestlohns auf Arbeitsplatzqualität und Arbeitszufriedenheit [Positive Effects of the Minimum Wage on Job Quality and Worker Satisfaction]. Journal for Economic Policy 97(6), p.409-414 (with Toralf Pusch)

► Mindestlohn, Arbeitsqualität und Arbeitszufriedenheit [Minimum Wage, Job Quality, and Work Satisfaction]. WSI Mitteilungen 07/17, p.491-498 (with Toralf Pusch)

2016            

► Wealth Inequality and Power Imbalances: Shedding Some Heterodox Light on a Neglected Topic. The Public Sector 42(2), p.53-58 (with Matthias Schnetzer)

► The impact of housing non-cash income on the household income distribution in Austria. Urban Studies 53(13), p.2849-2866; DOI: 10.1177/0042098015596116 (with Pirmin Fessler and Lukas Tockner)

2015            

► Vermögenskonzentration und Macht [Wealth Concentration and Power]. Kurswechsel 02/2015, p.69-79 (with Matthias Schnetzer)

► Property and Power: Lessons from Piketty and New Insights from the HFCS. European Journal of Economics and Economic Policy 12(2), p.204-219; DOI: 10.4337/ejeep.2015.02.06 (with Matthias Schnetzer)

2014            

► Simulating Natural Disasters – A Complex Systems Framework, Computational Intelligence for Financial Engineering & Economics (CIFEr), p.414-421 (with Asjad Naqvi)

► Eckhard Hein, Die Makroökonomie des finanzdominierten Kapitalismus [The Macroeconomics of Finance-Dominated Capitalism] (book review), Wirtschaft und Gesellschaft 40(1), p.145-147

► A Multi-Agent Model of a Low Income Economy: Simulating the Distributional Effects of Natural Disasters, Journal of Economic Interaction and Coordination, 9(2), p.1-35; DOI: 10.1007/s11403-014-0137-1 (with Asjad Naqvi)

2012            

► Einkommensverteilung und Krise [Income Distribution and Crisis], Wirtschaft und Gesellschaft 38(2), p.352-367 (with Georg Feigl, Markus Marterbauer)

► Getarntes Lobbyieren. Eine Zusammenfassung der Kritik an Länderreihungen der Wettbewerbsfähigkeit [A Summary of Critiques of Country Competitiveness Rankings], Wirtschaft und Gesellschaft 38(3), p.615-621.

2009            

► Unemployment Compensation and High European Unemployment: A Reassessment with New Benefit Indicators, Oxford Review of Economic Policy 25(1), p.60-93; DOI: 10.1093/oxrep/grp010 (with David Howell)

Articles in collected volumes / Beiträge in Sammelbänden

2020            

► Pares inter inequales? A first glimpse at the cases before Senate II of the Austrian Equal Treatment Commission, in: Havelková, Barbara; Moschel, Matthias (ed.): Anti-Discrimination Law in Civil Law Jurisdictions, Oxford University Press (with Martin Risak, Christian Berger)

2018            

► Wie den technologischen Wandel verteilen? Steuern und öffentliches Kapital [How to Distribute Technological Change? Taxes and Public Capital], in: Beigewum (ed.): Umkämpfte Technologien. Arbeit im digitalen Wandel. VSA (with Matthias Schnetzer)

2017            

► Agent-based simulations as an early-warning system for natural disasters. in: Hanappi, Hardy; Katskides, Savvas; Scholz-Wäckerle, Manuel (ed.): Theory and Method of Evolutionary Political Economy. Routledge, London (with Asjad Naqvi)

► The Triple Crisis: How can Europe foster growth, well-being, and sustainability? in: Tridico, Pasquale; Fadda, Sebastiano (ed.): Inequality and Uneven Development in the Post-Crisis World. Routledge, London (with Georg Feigl, Sven Hergovich)

► Vermögen in Österreich: Erkenntnisse und Herausforderungen [Wealth in Austria: Findings and Challenges]. in: forba (ed.): Trendreport 1/2017, p.15-17 (with Matthias Schnetzer)

2015            

► Piketty revisited: Vermögensungleichheit in Europa [Wealth Inequality in Europe], in: Bofinger, Peter; Horn, Gustav; Schmid, Kai-Daniel; van Treeck, Till (ed.): Thomas Piketty und die Verteilungsfrage – Analysen, Bewertungen und wirtschaftspolitische Implikationen für Deutschland [Thomas Piketty and the Issue of Distribution – Analyses, Evaluations and Economic Poliy Implications for Germany]. SE Publishing, Berlin (with Matthias Schnetzer)

2014            

► Finanzierungssalden und die Krise in Europa [Net Borrowing Flows and the Crisis in Europe], in: Dullien, Sebastian; Hein, Eckhard; Truger, Achim (ed.): Makroökonomik, Entwicklung, Wirtschaftspolitik. Festschrift für Jan Priewe. [Macroeconomics, Development, Economic Policy.] (with Florentin Glötzl, Markus Marterbauer, Armon Rezai)

► Reich werden kann jede, genauso wie jeder [Anyone Can Become Rich]. in: BEIGEWUM, Attac, Armutskonferenz (ed.): Mythen des Reichtums: Warum Ungleichheit unsere Gesellschaft gefährdet [Wealth Myths: Why Inequality Endangers Our Society]. p.41-50 (with Katharina Mader, Alyssa Schneebaum)

► Einkommensverteilung in Österreich [Income Distribution in Austria]. in: Dimmel, Nikolaus; Schenk, Martin; Stelzer-Orthofer, Christine (ed.): Handbuch Armut in Österreich [Handbook of Poverty in Austria]. Studienverlag, Wien (with Markus Marterbauer)

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Lehre

Selected Previous University Courses

2017 - 2019: Economic Policy, Master’s Degree Program in Economics, Economics Department, Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU Wien)

2017, 2019: Economic Policy, Bachelor’s Degree Program in Economics, Economics Department, Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU Wien)

2015: Economics, Department of Sociology, University of Vienna

2014: Economic and Financial Policy, Bachelor’s Degree Program, Economics Department, Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU Wien)

2012: Monetary Theory and Policy, University of Applied Sciences BFI, Vienna

2010: Economics for Management and Public Policy, Master’s Degree Program, Milano School of International Affairs, Management, and Urban Policy, New York

2010: Economics and Gender, New York University (NYU) SCPS Paul McGhee, New York

2010: Financial Crises, New School for General Studies, New School University, New York

 

Summer Schools

08/2017: International Inequality, Workshop for graduate Social Science students, Exploring Economics Summer Academy

08/2017: Personal Distribution of Income and Wealth, Workshop for graduate Economics students, FMM Summer School

08/2017: Organization, FMM Summer School “Keynesian Macroeconomics and European Economic Policies”

08/2016: Economics of Distribution, Workshop for graduate Social Science students, IMK Pluralist Economics Summer Workshop

07/2016: Economics, Workshop, Alternative Economic and Monetary Systems (Summer School)

08/2015: Organization, FMM Summer School “Keynesian Macroeconomics and European Economic Policies”