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Stefan Jestl

Dr. Stefan Jestl MSc (WU)
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Journal article

2022 Jestl, Stefan, Moser, Mathias, Raggl, Anna. 2022. Cannot keep up with the Joneses: how relative deprivation pushes internal migration in Austria. International Journal of Social Economics. 49 (2) (Details)
  Jestl, Stefan, Leitner, Sandra M., Leitner, Sebastian. 2022. The relative impact of different forces of globalization on wage inequality: A fresh look at the EU experience. Review of International Economics. (Details)
2021 Ederer, Stefan, Cetkovic, Predrag, Humer, Stefan, Jestl, Stefan, List, Emanuel. 2021. Distributional National Accounts (DINA) with Household Survey Data: Methodology and Results for European Countries. Review of Income and Wealth. (Details)
  Jestl, Stefan, List, Emanuel. 2021. Einkommensungleichheit in Österreich: Neue Sichtweisen und Beiträge zur Debatte. WISO - Wirtschafts- und sozialpolitische Zeitschrift des ISW. (2/21) (Details)
  Holzner, Mario, Jestl, Stefan, Pichler, David. 2021. Public and private pension systems and macroeconomic volatility in OECD countries. Scottish Journal of Political Economy. (Details)
  Jestl, Stefan, Landesmann, Michael, Leitner, Sebastian, Wanek-Zajic, Barbara. 2021. Trajectories of Employment Gaps of Refugees and Other Migrants: Evidence from Austria. Population Research and Policy Review. 1-61. (Details)

Working/discussion paper, preprint

2017 Jestl, Stefan, Moser, Mathias, Raggl, Anna. 2017. Can't Keep Up with the Joneses: How Relative Deprivation Pushes Internal Migration in Austria. (Details)

Projects

2017
The nexus between income and regional mobility in Austria (2017-2018) (Details)
Distributional National Accounts für Österreich (dinAT) (2017-2019) (Details)
2016
Distributional National Accounts based on the HFCS (2016-2019) (Details)
2015
Social Deprivation and Within-Country Migration in Austria (2015-2016) (Details)