Named after the most important Austrian economist of the post-war period and former rector of the JKU, Kurt W. Rothschild, the School strives to combine applied statistics and economics in order to answer questions relevant to economic and social policy.
The current research areas are:
- Epidemiology & Public Health
- Future of Work
- Data Science
Amelie Schiprowski (University of Bonn):
"Interview Sequences and the Formation of Subjective Assessments"
Isaac Sorkin (University of Stanford):
"The Slow Diffusion of Earnings Inequality" (joint with Melanie Wallskog)
Florian Unger (University of Göttingen):
"Financial development and concentration in international product markets"
Aniko Öry (University of Yale):
"Aiming for the Goal: Contribution Dynamics of Crowfunding"