Aleksandra Riedl



  • Labor markets
  • Financial stability
  • Survey data
  • Business cycle synchronisation

Ausgewählte Publikationen

Riedl, A., (2021). Are CESEE borrowers at risk? COVID-19 implications in a stress-test analysis, Focus on European Economic Integration Q1/21, 37-53.

Riedl, A., (2019). Household debt in CESEE economies: a joint look at macro- and micro-level data, Focus on European Economic Integration Q1/19, 6-28.

Gächter, M., Gruber, A., Riedl, A. (2017). Wage divergence, business cycle co-movement and the currency union effect, Journal of Common Market Studies 55 (6), pp. 1322-1342, 2017.

Riedl, A., Schoiswohl, F. (2015). Is there an added worker effect? – European labor supply during the crisis. Focus on European Economic Integration Q4/15, 71-88.

Gächter, M., Riedl, A. (2014) One Money, One Cycle? The EMU Experience. Journal of Macroeconomics, 42, 141-155.

Riedl, A., Rocha-Akis, S. (2012). How Elastic are National Corporate Income Tax Bases in OECD Countries? The Role of Domestic and Foreign Tax Rates. Canadian Journal of Economics, 45(2), 632–671.

Bartkowska, M., Riedl, A. (2012). Regional Convergence Clubs in Europe: Identification and Conditioning Factors. Economic Modelling 29(1), 22–31.

Beer, C., Riedl, A. (2012). Modelling Spatial Externalities in Panel Data: The Spatial Durbin model revisited. Papers in Regional Science, 91(2), 299–318.

Riedl, A. (2010). Location factors of FDI and the growing services economy: Evidence for transition countries. Economics of Transition 18 (4), 741–761.

Bellak, C., Leibrecht, M., Riedl, A., (2008). Labour costs and FDI-flows into Central and Eastern European Countries: a survey of the literature and empirical evidence. Structural Change and Economic Dynamics 19 (1). 17–37.