University
of
Vienna
University of Vienna
Department of Economics
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Christos Koulovatianos

Assistant Professor
Department of Economics
University of Vienna
Hohenstaufengasse 9
A-1010, Vienna
Austria

I am not in Vienna anymore. From October 2009 I will be Associate Professor of Macroeconomics at the Department of Economics, University of Nottingham.

Previous students from Frankfurt can find my page here at the Department of Economics, Goethe University Frankfurt

Previous students from Exeter can find my page here at the Department of Economics, Exeter School of Business

email: email
Phone: ++43-1-4277-37426, ++43-1-4277-37402
Fax: ++43-1-4277-9374


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Research fields: macroeconomics, growth/development economics, political economy.
Research interests: distribution dynamics, dynamic games, dynamic endogenous taxation, industry dynamics, technological change and development, household economies of scale.

Selected Publications
Evidence on the Insurance Effect of Redistributive Taxation, 2009, co-authored with Charles Grant, Alex Michaelides, and Mario Padula, forthcoming, Review of Economics and Statistics
Optimal Growth and Uncertainty: Learning, 2009, co-authored with Leonard J. Mirman and Marc Santugini, Journal of Economic Theory, January, Vol. 144, pp. 280-295.
Nonmarket Household Time and the Cost of Children, 2009, co-authored with Carsten Schröder and Ulrich Schmidt, Journal of Business and Economic Statistics, January, Vol. 27(1), pp.42-51.
The Effects of Market Structure on Industry Growth: Rivalrous Nonexcludable Capital, 2007, co-authored with Leonard J. Mirman, Journal of Economic Theory, Vol. 133, March, pp. 199-218.
On the Income Dependence of Equivalence Scales, 2005 co-authored with Carsten Schröder and Ulrich Schmidt, Journal of Public Economics, Vol. 89(5-6), June, pp. 967-996.

Other interests


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