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Christian Keuschnigg

title Prof. Dr.
name Christian Keuschnigg
institute Institute of Economics (FGN)
address FGN-HSG, Varnb├╝elstrasse 19, 9000 St. Gallen, Switzerland
phone 071 224 3085
e-mail
publications papers (129)
projects project entries (18)
School SEPS - School of Economics and Political Science
university status professor
position Professor of Public Economics
main focuses Current research includes applied and theoretical studies on the effects of the public sector on economic performance. Special topics include tax reform and growth, welfare state reform and aging, fiscal policy with labor market frictions, corporate taxation and taxation of venture capital. A new research topic analyzes the importance of corporate finance and financial development on economic performance.
fields of research Public economics
Tax theory and tax reform
further fields of... Finance and economic performance
Welfare state reform
Policy analysis with general equilibrium models
former positions Professor of Public Finance, University of Saarland, Saarbruecken (03/1997-03/2001).
Director of European Institute, Economics Division,
University of Saarland, Saarbruecken (05/1997-09/1998).
Economist, Institute for Advanced Studies, Vienna
(01/1992-03/1997).
Lecturer, University of Vienna (1993/94 and 1995/96).
additional business no personal and regular secondary part-time employment for other employers or public and private entities.
awards Erwin Schroedinger Research Fellowship, Princeton University
(09/1994-06/1995).
Research Fellowship, Alexander-von-Humboldt-Foundation,
University of Bonn (09/1989-08/1990).
Rudolf Sallinger Award for outstanding dissertation,
Vienna (12/1987).
affiliations Netspar Network for Studies on Pensions, Aging and Retirement, Research Fellow, April 2008 - March 2011
Oxford University Centre for Business Taxation, International Research Fellow, 2007. Visiting Research Fellow August 1, 2007 - January 31, 2008
Centre for Economic Poliy Research (CEPR) London, Research Fellow (1994-1999) and in Public Policy, 1999.
Research Professor, Ifo-Institute, Munich (2002).
CESifo-Research Fellow, Center for Economic Studies, Munich
(1999).
German Economic Association, Member of Public Finance Group (Finanzwissenschaftlicher Ausschuss), 1999, and of Macroeconomics Group (Makroökonomischer Ausschuss), 2006.