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Franziska Disslbacher

Franziska Disslbacher MSc (WU)
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Awards and Honors

2015
TALENTA

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Activities

Reviewer for an international conference
  2016 AK - Young Economists Konferenz
Organization scientific meeting (Conference etc.)
  2016 WU - Die Herren des Geldes. Das Geld der Herren.

Publications

Journal article

2019 Angel, Stefan, Disslbacher, Franziska, Humer, Stefan, Schnetzer, Matthias. 2019. What did you really earn last year?: explaining measurement error in survey income data. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A (Statistics in Society). open access (Details)
2018 Disslbacher, Franziska. 2018. Monopolisierung und Stagnation in den OECD Ländern: Von Josef Steindl, Larry Summers und der Ökonomie des unschuldigen Betrugs. Kurswechsel, (1), (Details)
  Essletzbichler, Jürgen, Disslbacher, Franziska, Moser, Mathias. 2018. The victims of neoliberal globalisation and the rise of the populist vote: a comparative analysis of three recent electoral decisions. Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society. 11 (1), 73-94. (Details)
2016 Disslbacher, Franziska, Bohinc, Florian. Forthcoming. Ökonomik im politischen Schlachtfeld. Kurswechsel (1), (Details)
  Zwickl, Klara, Disslbacher, Franziska, Stagl, Sigrid. 2016. Work-sharing for a sustainable economy. Ecological Economics, 121, 246-253. (Details)
2015 Disslbacher, Franziska, Bohinc, Florian. 2015. Was ökonomischer Pluralismus kann und was er gar nicht will. Kurswechsel, 2, 82-86. open access (Details)

Chapter in edited volume

2015 Becker, Joachim, Disslbacher, Franziska, Weissenbacher, Rudy. 2015. Zwischen Deutschland und Osteuropa: Österreichs neue Mittellage. In: Politische Ökonomie Österreichs. Kontinuitäten und Veränderungen seit dem EU-Beitritt, Hrsg. Beigewum, 132-155. Wien: Mandelbaum. (Details)

Paper presented at an academic conference or symposium

2018 Angel, Stefan, Disslbacher, Franziska, Humer, Stefan, Schnetzer, Matthias. 2018. What Did you Really Earn Last Year: Measurement Error in Survey Income Data. IARIW 35th General Conference, Kopenhagen, Dänemark, 20.08.-25.08. (Details)
  Angel, Stefan, Humer, Stefan, Disslbacher, Franziska, Schnetzer, Matthias. 2018. What Did You Really Earn Last Year? Empirische Untersuchung von Messfehlern bei Einkommensbefragungen. ESPAnet Austria 2018, Linz, Österreich, 05.04.--06.04. (Details)
2017 Angel, Stefan, Disslbacher, Franziska, Humer, Stefan, Schnetzer, Matthias. 2017. What Did You Really Earn Last Year? Drivers of Measurement Error in Survey Income Data. Statistik Austria NutzerInnenkonferenz 2017, Wien, Österreich, 13.06. (Details)
2014 Disslbacher, Franziska, Bettin, Steffen Simon, Theine, Hendrik. 2014. Wie kann Pluralismus in der Lehre von Volkswirtschaft gestalten werden? Momentum Kongress 14: Emanzipation, Hallstatt, Österreich, 16.10. - 19.10. (Details)

Working/discussion paper, preprint

2017 Essletzbichler, Jürgen, Disslbacher, Franziska, Moser, Mathias. 2017. The victims of neoliberal globalization and the rise of the populist vote: A comparative analysis of three recent electoral decisions. (Details)

Book or article review

2016 Soder, Michael, Disslbacher, Franziska, Theine, Hendrik. 2016. Anthony Atkinson: Inequality: What Can Be Done? Besprechung von Anthony Atkinson: Inequality: What Can Be Done? von Anthony Atkinson. Journal of Economic Issues (JEI) 50 (1): S. 300-302. (Details)

Master thesis

2016 Disslbacher, Franziska. Forthcoming. Joint Inequality in Income and Wealth. An Empirical Assessment based on Copula Functions. . Masterarbeit, (Details)

Projects

2017
Immigration and Voting Behaviour in Austria (2017-2018) (Details)
2014
US Neighbourhood Inequality (2014-2016) (Details)