2021 Angel, Stefan. 2021. Does housing tenure matter? Owner-occupation and wellbeing in Britain and Austria. Housing Studies. 1-21. (Details)
  Kwan, Yu Heng, Fong, Warren, Ang, Xiang Ling, Chew, Xiu Yan, Yoon, Sungwon, Tan, Chuen Seng, Tai, Bee Choo, Huang, Youyi, Bilger, Marcel, Phang, Jie Kie, Tan, Hui Chin, Quek, Su-An, Eng, Sing Yee Clara, Tan, Choy Tip, Tan, Choy Tip, Dong, Bao Qiang, Koh, Hwee Ling, Leung, Ying Ying, Ng, Swee Cheng, Fong, Kok Yong, Thumboo, Julian, Østbye, Truls. 2021. Facilitators of and barriers to implementing a traditional Chinese medicine collaborative model of care for axial spondyloarthritis: a qualitative study. Acupuncture in Medicine. (Details)
  Georges, Daniela, Buber-Ennser, Isabella, Rengs, Bernhard, Kohlenberger, Judith, Doblhammer, Gabriele. 2021. Health determinants among refugees in Austria and Germany: A propensity-matched comparative study for Syrian, Afghan, and Iraqi refugees. PLoS ONE. 16 (4), e0250821 open access (Details)
  Angel, Stefan. 2021. Housing regimes and residualization of the subsidized rental sector in Europe 2005-2016. Housing Studies. 1-21. open access (Details)
  Österle, August, Diesenreiter, Carina, Glinsner, Barbara, Reichel, Eva. 2021. Inbound and Outbound Medical Travel in Austria. Journal of Health Organization and Management. 35 (9), 34-49. open access (Details)
  Pennerstorfer, Astrid, Pennerstorfer, Dieter. 2021. Inequalities in Spatial Accessibility of Childcare: The Role of Non-profit Providers. Journal of Social Policy. 50 (1), 122-147. open access (Details)
  Meyer, Michael, Millner, Reinhard, Pennerstorfer, Astrid, Vandor, Peter. 2021. Partnership in Times of COVID-19: Government and Civil Society in Austria. Nonprofit Policy Forum. open access (Details)
  Bilger, Marcel, Shah, Mitesh, Tan, Ngiap Chuan, Tan, Cynthia, Bundoc, Fillipinas, Bairavi, Joann, Finkelstein, Eric. 2021. Process- and Outcome-Based Financial Incentives to Improve Self-Management and Glycemic Control in People with Type 2 Diabetes in Singapore: A Randomized Controlled Trial. The Patient: Patient-Centered Outcomes Research. open access (Details)
  Heitzmann, Karin, Matzinger, Sandra. 2021. The (changing) consideration of social investment in the design of welfare benefits: The case of poverty relief in Austria. Social Policy and Administration. 55 (4), 573-588. open access (Details)
  Garas, Antonios, Guthmuller, Sophie, Lapatinas, Athanasios. 2021. The development of nations conditions the disease space. PLoS ONE. 16 (1), 1-35. open access (Details)
  Reitzinger, Stephanie, Pennerstorfer, Astrid. 2021. The size–growth relationship in the social services sector in Austria. Service Business. open access (Details)
  Kohlenberger, Judith. 2021. Wer ist das Wir? Zur Konzeptualisierung von Solidarität, Zugehörigkeit und gesellschaftlicher Fragmentierung. Zeitschrift für Gemeinwirtschaft und Gemeinwohl. 44 (2), 248-258. (Details)
  Bilger, Marcel, Koong, Agnes Ling Yeng, Phoon, Ian Kwong Yun, Tan, Ngiap Chuan, Bahadin, Juliana, Bairavi, Joann, Batcagan-Abueg, Ada Portia M, Finkelstein, Eric A. 2021. Wireless Home Blood Pressure Monitoring System With Automatic Outcome-Based Feedback and Financial Incentives to Improve Blood Pressure in People With Hypertension: Protocol for a Randomized Controlled Trial. JMIR Research Protocols. 10 (6) open access (Details)
  Leiber, Simone, Rossow, Verena, Österle, August, Frerk, Timm. 2021. Yet another black box: brokering agencies in the evolving market for live-in migrant care work in Austria and Germany. IJCC - International Journal of Care and Caring. 5 (2), 187-208. (Details)
2020 Bilger, Marcel, Özdemir, Semra, Finkelstein, Eric. 2020. Demand for Cancer Screening Services: Results From Randomized Controlled Discrete Choice Experiments. Value in Health. 23 (9), 1246-1255. open access (Details)
  Renner, Anna-Theresa. 2020. Inefficiencies in a healthcare system with a regulatory split of power: a spatial panel data analysis of avoidable hospitalisations in Austria. European Journal of Health Economics. 21 85-104. open access (Details)
  Weber, Daniela, Loichinger, Elke. 2020. Live longer, retire later? Developments of healthy life expectancies and working life expectancies between age 50–59 and age 60–69 in Europe. European Journal of Ageing. open access (Details)
  Aiginger, Karl, Kohlenberger, Judith. 2020. Österreich: Aufnahmeland wider Willen? Fehlende Strategie für die Nutzung der neuen humanen Ressourcen. Europäische Rundschau. (2), 97-113. (Details)
  Österle, August. 2020. Pflegepolitik und Langzeitversorgung im Alter in Mittelosteuropa. Der lange Weg zu sozialen Rechten in der Pflege. ProAlter. 52 (4), 8-10. (Details)
  Weber, Daniela, Scherbov, Sergei. 2020. Prospects of activity limitations among older adults in 23 low and middle income countries. Scientific Reports. 10 (10442) open access (Details)
  Pennerstorfer, Astrid, Reitzinger, Stephanie, Schneider, Ulrike. 2020. The Scarring Effect of the 2008 Economic Crisis: Growth and Growth Decline in Austria’s Nonprofit Social Services Sector. Voluntas: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations. 31 (6), 1173-1187. open access (Details)
2019 Kohlenberger, Judith, Buber-Ennser, Isabella, Rengs, Bernhard, Leitner, Sebastian , Landesmann, Michael. 2019. Barriers to health care access and service utilization of refugees in Austria: Evidence from a cross-sectional survey. Health Policy. 123 (9), 833-839. open access (Details)
  Zhu, Yumei, Österle, August. 2019. China's Policy Experimentation on Long-term Care Insurance: Implications for Access. International Journal of Health Planning and Management. 34 1661-1674. open access (Details)
  Thomson, Elizabeth, Winkler-Dworak, Maria, Beaujouan, Eva. 2019. Contribution of the Rise in Cohabiting Parenthood to Family Instability: Cohort Change in Italy, Great Britain, and Scandinavia. Demography. 56 (6), 2063-2082. open access (Details)
  Ranci, Costanzo, Österle, August, Arlotti, Marco, Parma, Andrea. 2019. Coverage versus Generosity: Comparing Eligibility and Need Assessment in Six Cash‐for‐care Programmes. Social Policy and Administration. 53 (4), 551-566. (Details)
  Beaujouan, Eva, Reimondos, Anna, Gray, Edith, Evans, Ann, Sobotka, Tomas. 2019. Declining realisation of reproductive intentions with age. Human Reproduction. 34 (10), 1906-1914. (Details)
  Mayrhuber, Christine, Badelt, Christoph. 2019. Durchrechung in der Pensionsversicherung: Langfristige Implikationen. Wirtschaft und Gesellschaft. 2019 (3), 349-366. open access (Details)
  Finkelstein, Eric, Bilger, Marcel, Baid, Drishti. 2019. Effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of incentives as a tool for prevention of non-communicable diseases: A systematic review. Social Science and Medicine. 232 340-350. open access (Details)
  Riederer, Bernhard, Buber-Ennser, Isabella, Brzozowska, Zuzanna. 2019. Fertility Intentions and Their Realization in Couples: How the Division of Household Chores Matters. Journal of Family Issues. 40 (13), 1860-1882. open access (Details)
  Pennerstorfer, Astrid, Pennerstorfer, Dieter. 2019. How small are small markets? Local market size for child care services. Regional Science and Urban Economics. 77 (7), 340-355. open access (Details)
  Beaujouan, Eva, Solaz, Anne. 2019. Is the Family Size of Parents and Children Still Related? Revisiting the Cross-Generational Relationship Over the Last Century. Demography. 56 (2), 595-619. open access (Details)
  Beaujouan, Eva, Sobotka, Tomas. 2019. Late childbearing continues to increase in developed countries. Population & Sociétés. 562 open access (Details)
  Beaujouan, Eva, Toulemon, Laurent. 2019. Le retard à la procréation en Europe [The delay in procreation in Europe]. Médecine de la Reproduction. 21 (3), 209-219. (Details)
  Pennerstorfer, Astrid, Rutherford, Alasdair C. 2019. Measuring growth of the nonprofit sector: The choice of indicator matters. Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly. 48 (2), 440-456. (Details)
  Borderon, Marion, Sakdapolrak, Patrick, Muttarak, Raya, Kebede, Endale Birhanu, Pagogna, Raffaella, Sporer, Eva. 2019. Migration influenced by environmental change in Africa: A systematic review of empirical evidence. Demographic Research. 41 (18), 491-544. open access (Details)
  Badelt, Christoph. 2019. Private external funding of universities: Blind alley or new opening? Review of Managerial Science. 14 447-458. open access (Details)
  Spitzer, Sonja, Weber, Daniela. 2019. Reporting biases in self-assessed physical and cognitive health status of older Europeans. PLoS ONE. 14 (10), e0223526 open access (Details)
  Kebede, Endale Birhanu, Goujon, Anne, Lutz, Wolfgang. 2019. Stalls in Africa’s fertility decline partly result from disruptions in female education. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS). 116 (8), 2891-2896. open access (Details)
  Spahl, Wanda, Österle, August. 2019. Stratified Membership. Health Care Access for Urban Refugees in Turkey. Comparative Migration Studies. 7 (42) open access (Details)
  Bittschi, Benjamin, Pennerstorfer, Astrid, Schneider, Ulrike. 2019. The Effect of Volunteers on Paid Workers' Excess Turnover in Nonprofit and Public Organizations. Review of Public Personnel Administration. 39 (2), 256-275. (Details)
  Beaujouan, Eva, Berghammer, Caroline. 2019. The Gap between Lifetime Fertility Intentions and Completed Fertility in Europe and the United States: A Cohort Approach. Population Research and Policy Review. 38 (4), 507-535. open access (Details)
  Kwan, Yu Heng, Fong, Warren, Ang, Xiang Ling, Tan, Chuen Seng, Tai, Bee Choo, Huang, Youyi, Phang, Jie Kie, Tan, Hui Chin, Lee, Jia Ven, Sun, Limin, Tan, Choy Tip, Dong, Bao Qiang, Koh, Hwee Ling, Lui, Nai Lee, Yeo, Siaw Ing, Ng, Swee Cheng, Fong, Kok Yong, Thumboo, Julian, Østbye, Truls, Bilger, Marcel. 2019. Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) collaborative care for patients with axial spondyloarthritis (AcuSpA): protocol for a pragmatic randomized controlled trial. Trials. 20 (1) open access (Details)
  Bilger, Marcel, Wong, Tina, Lee, Jia Yi, Howard, Kaye, Bundoc, Filipinas, Lamoureux, Ecosse, Finkelstein, Eric. 2019. Using Adherence-Contingent Rebates on Chronic Disease Treatment Costs to Promote Medication Adherence: Results from a Randomized Controlled Trial. Applied Health Economics and Health Policy. 17 841-855. open access (Details)
  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). 182 (4), 1411-1437. open access (Details)
  Kohlenberger, Judith. 2019. Zwischen "Seebrücke" und "Außengrenzschutz": Politische Krisennarrative und ihre Effekte auf die europäische Migrationspolitik. Kurswechsel. 1 15-22. (Details)
2018 Lutz, Wolfgang, Kebede, Endale Birhanu. 2018. Education and Health: Redrawing the Preston Curve. Population and Development Review. 44 (2), 343-361. open access (Details)
  KC, Samir, Wurzer, Marcus, Speringer, Markus , Lutz, Wolfgang. 2018. Future Population and Human Capital in Heterogeneous India. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS). 115 (33), 8328-8333. open access (Details)
  Kohlenberger, Judith. 2018. Ist das Wissen oder kann das weg? Wissenschaftstheoretische Ansätze zur Produktion von (rechtlichem) Wissen. Juridikum. Zeitschrift im Rechtsstaat, (2), 222-230. (Details)
  Buber-Ennser, Isabella, Goujon, Anne, Kohlenberger, Judith, Rengs, Bernhard. 2018. Multi-Layered Roles of Religion among Refugees Arriving in Austria around 2015. Religions. 9 (5), 154 open access (Details)
  Köppen, Bernhard, Kohlenberger, Judith, Horn, Michael. 2018. Neue Heimat in Europa: Regionaler Flüchtlingszuzug in Deutschland und Österreich. Informationen zur Raumentwicklung, (1), 96-109. (Details)
  Shaikh, Mujaheed, Gandjour, Afschin. 2018. Pharmaceutical expenditure and gross domestic product: Evidence of simultaneous effects using a two‐step instrumental variables strategy. Health Economics. 28 101-122. open access (Details)
  Łaszewska, Agata, Österle, August, Wancata, Johannes, Simon, Judit. 2018. Prevalence of Mental Diseases in Austria. Systematic Review of the Published Evidence. Wiener Klinische Wochenschrift. 130 (3-4), 141-150. open access (Details)
  Zniva, Robert, Weber, Daniela. 2018. Revising the Conceptualization of Aging in Consumer Behavior. Innovation in Aging. suppl (1), 678-678. (Details)
  Zniva, Robert, Lienbacher, Eva, Weber, Daniela. 2018. Revising the Influence of Aging on the Food Shopping Environment. Innovation in Aging. suppl (1), 329-330. (Details)
  Dekhtyar, Serhiy, Weber, Daniela, Helgertz, Jonas, Herlitz, Agneta. 2018. Sex differences in academic strengths contribute to gender segregation in education and occupation: A longitudinal examination of 167,776 individuals. Intelligence, 67 (2), 84-92. (Details)
  Angel, Stefan. 2018. Smart tools? A randomized controlled trial on the impact of three different media tools on personal finance. Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics. 74 104 - 111. (Details)
  Shaikh, Mujaheed, Miraldo, Marisa, Renner, Anna-Theresa. 2018. Waiting time at health facilities and social class: Evidence from the Indian caste system. PLoS ONE. 13 (10) open access (Details)
  Mueller, Tobias, Shaikh, Mujaheed. 2018. Your Retirement and My Health Behavior: Evidence on Retirement Externalities from a fuzzy regression discontinuity design. Journal of Health Economics 57, 45-59. (Details)
  Heitzmann, Karin, Matzinger, Sandra. 2018. Zur Konzeptualisierung von Sozialinvestitionen auf Basis der ökonomischen Humankapitaltheorie. Zeitschrift für Sozialreform. 63 (3), 363-386. (Details)
2017 Badelt, Christoph. 2017. 70 Jahre Sozialpartnerschaft in Österreich – Wie geht es weiter? Wirtschaftspolitische Blätter. 2017 (3), 401-408. (Details)
  Kohlenberger, Judith, Buber-Ennser, Isabella, Rengs, Bernhard, Al Zalak, Zakarya. 2017. A Social Survey on Refugees in and Around Vienna in Fall 2015: Methodological Approach and Field Observations . Refugee Survey Quarterly 36 (4), 1-20. (Details)
  Dawid, Evelyn, Heitzmann, Karin. 2017. Die österreichische Sozialwirtschaft als Akteurin in der Armutsbekämpfung: Erkenntnisse aus einer qualitativen Befragung der MitarbeiterInnen. WISO - Wirtschafts- und sozialpolitische Zeitschrift des ISW. 40 (2), 53-69. (Details)
  Angel, Stefan, Heuberger, Richard, Lamei, Nadja. 2017. Differences Between Household Income from Surveys and Registers and How These Affect the Poverty Headcount: Evidence from the Austrian SILC. Social Indicators Research , open access (Details)
  Tubeuf, Sandy, Guthmuller, Sophie. 2017. Economic Evaluation of Family-Based Therapies for Children and Adolescents: what do we know? Global & Regional Health Technology Assessment: Italian; Northern Europe and Spanish. 4 open access (Details)
  Pennerstorfer, Astrid, Neumayr, Michaela. 2017. Examining the association of welfare state expenditure, non-profit regimes and charitable giving. Voluntas: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations 28 (2), 532-555. open access (Details)
  Bilger, Marcel, WAN CHEN, KANG GRAHAM. 2017. Financing Long-Term Services and Supports: Ideas From Singapore. The Milbank Quarterly. 95 (2), 358-407. open access (Details)
  Lutz, Wolfgang, Muttarak, Raya. 2017. Forecasting societies' adaptive capacities through a demographic metabolism model. Nature Climate Change 7, 177-184. open access (Details)
  Scherbov, Serguei, Weber, Daniela. 2017. Future trends in the prevalence of severe activity limitations among older adults in Europe: a cross-national population study using EU-SILC. BMJ Open 7 (9), open access (Details)
  Lutz, Wolfgang. 2017. Global Sustainable Development priorities 500 y after Luther: Sola schola et sanitate. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS). 114 (27), 6904-6913. open access (Details)
  Angel, Stefan, Bittschi, Benjamin. 2017. Housing and Health. Review of Income and Wealth , (Details)
  Lutz, Wolfgang. 2017. How population growth relates to climate change. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) 114 (46), 12103-12105. (Details)
  Tan, Pui San, Bilger, Marcel, de Lima Lopes, Gilberto, Acharyya, Sanchalika, Haaland, Benjamin. 2017. Meta-analysis of first-line therapies with maintenance regimens for advanced non-small-cell lung cancer (NSCLC) in molecularly and clinically selected populations. Cancer Medicine. 6 (8), 1847-1860. open access (Details)
  Jafar, Tazeen H. J, Jehan, Imtiaz, de Silva, H. Asita, Naheed, Aliya, Gandhi, Mihir, Assam, Pryseley, Finkelstein, Eric A., Legido Quigley, Helena, Bilger, Marcel, Khan, Aamir Hameed, Clemens, John David, Ebrahim, Shah, Turner, Elizabeth L., Kasturiratne, Anuradhani. 2017. Multicomponent intervention versus usual care for management of hypertension in rural Bangladesh, Pakistan and Sri Lanka: study protocol for a cluster randomized controlled trial. Trials. 18 (1) open access (Details)
  Lutz, Wolfgang, al, et. 2017. Riahi K, van Vuuren DP, Kriegler E, Edmonds J, O'Neill B, Fujimori S, Bauer N, Calvin K, et al. (2017). The shared socioeconomic pathways and their energy, land use, and greenhouse gas emissions implications: An overview. Global Environmental Change 42, 153-168. (Details)
  Zhu, Yumei, Österle, August. 2017. Rural-urban Disparities in Unmet Long-term Care Needs in China: The Role of the Hukou Status. Social Science and Medicine 191, 30-37. (Details)
  Ozdemir, Semra, Bilger, Marcel, Finkelstein, Eric A. 2017. Stated Uptake of Physical Activity Rewards Programmes Among Active and Insufficiently Active Full-Time Employees. Applied Health Economics and Health Policy. 15 (5), 647-656. open access (Details)
  Testa, Maria Rita, Stephany, Fabian. 2017. The educational gradient of fertility intentions: a meta-analysis of European studies. Vienna Yearbook of Population Research, 15, open access (Details)
  Weber, Daniela, Dekhtyar, Serhiy, Herlitz, Agneta. 2017. The Flynn effect in Europe - Effects of sex and region. Intelligence 60 (1), 39-45. (Details)
  KC, Samir, Lutz, Wolfgang. 2017. The human core of the shared socioeconomic pathways: Population scenarios by age, sex and level of education for all countries to 2100. Global Environmental Change 42, 181-192. open access (Details)
  Guthmuller, Sophie, Wittwer, Jerome. 2017. The Impact of the Eligibility Threshold of a French Means‐Tested Health Insurance Programme on Doctor Visits: A Regression Discontinuity Analysis. Health Economics. 26 17-34. open access (Details)
  Bilger, Marcel, Shah, Mitesh, Tan, Ngiap Chuan, Howard, Kaye Louise, Xu, Hui Yan, Lamoureux, Ecosse Luc, Finkelstein, Eric Andrew. 2017. Trial to Incentivise Adherence for Diabetes (TRIAD): study protocol for a randomised controlled trial. Trials. 18 (1) open access (Details)
  Barrenho, Eliana, Miraldo, Marisa, Shaikh, Mujaheed, Atun, Rifat. 2017. Vertical and horizontal equity of funding for malaria control: a global multisource funding analysis for 2006–2010. BMJ Global Health. 2 (4), 1-7. open access (Details)
  Testa, Maria Rita. 2017. Will highly educated women have more children in the future? Vienna Yearbook of Population Research, 15, open access (Details)
2016 Dearing, Helene. Forthcoming. Gender Equality in the Division of Work - how to assess European leave policies regarding their compliance with an ideal leave model. Journal of European Social Policy (Details)
  Loichinger, Elke, KC, Samir, Lutz, Wolfgang. 2016. A four - dimensional population module for the analysis of future adaptive capacity in the Phang Nga province of Thailand. Vienna Yearbook of Population Research 13 (2015), 263-287. open access (Details)
  Leisch, Robert, Pennerstorfer, Astrid, Schneider, Ulrike. 2016. Aktualisierte Daten für den Non-Profit-Bereich. Statistische Nachrichten 2016 (5), 377-382. open access (Details)
  Testa, Maria Rita, Bordone, Valeria , Osiewalska, Beata , Skirbekk, Vegard. 2016. Are daughters' childbearing intentions related to their mothers' socio-economic status? Demographic Research 35 (21), 581-616. open access (Details)
  Flynn, Terry N., Bilger, Marcel, Malhotra, Chetna, Finkelstein, Eric A. 2016. Are Efficient Designs Used in Discrete Choice Experiments Too Difficult for Some Respondents? A Case Study Eliciting Preferences for End-of-Life Care. PharmacoEconomics. 34 (3), 273-284. (Details)
  Renner, Anna-Theresa, Bobek, Julia, Ostermann, Herwig. 2016. Big Data for Health Service Research: Balancing Potentials and Challenges. eurohealth, 22 (3), 46-48. open access (Details)
  Striessnig, Erich, Lutz, Wolfgang. 2016. Demographic strengthening of European identity. Population and Development Review 42 (2), 305-311. open access (Details)
  Dearing, Helene. Forthcoming. Designing gender-equalizing parental leave schemes - what can we learn from recent empirical evidence from Europe? Zeitschrift für Familienforschung 1 (2016): (Details)
  Pennerstorfer, Astrid. 2016. Die volkswirtschaftliche Bedeutung gemeinnütziger Organisationen in Österreich. Der öffentliche Sektor 42 (2), 7-13. open access (Details)
  Finkelstein, Eric A., Haaland, Benjamin, Bilger, Marcel, Sahasranaman, Aarti, Sloan, Robert A, Khaing Nang, Ei Ei, Evenson, Kelly R. 2016. Effectiveness of activity trackers with and without incentives to increase physical activity (TRIPPA): a randomised controlled trial. The Lancet Diabetes & Endocrinology. 4 (12), 983-995. (Details)
  Finkelstein, Eric A., Haaland, Benjamin, Bilger, Marcel, Sahasranaman, Aarti, Sloan, Robert A, Khaing Nang, Ei Ei, Evenson, Kelly R. 2016. Effectiveness of activity trackers with and without incentives to increase physical activity (TRIPPA): a randomised controlled trial. The Lancet Diabetes & Endocrinology. 4 (12), 983-995. (Details)
  Mayer, Susanne, Vogler, Sabine, Simon, Judit, Österle, August. 2016. Exploring determinants of polypharmacy in the elderly population in Austria. Value in Health 19 (7), 451-451. (Details)
  Buber-Ennser, Isabella, Kohlenberger, Judith, Rengs, Bernhard, Alzalak, Zakarya, Goujon, Anne, Striessnig, Erich, Potančoková, Michaela, Gisser, Richard, Testa, Maria Rita, Lutz, Wolfgang. 2016. Human Capital, Values, and Attitudes of Persons Seeking Refuge in Austria in 2015. PLoS ONE 11 (9), 1-29. open access (Details)
  Österle, August. 2016. Long-term Care Policies in Europe. Between Fiscal and Social Sustainability. Politiche Sociali / Social Policies III (1): S. 3-20. (Details)
  Dong, Di, Ozdemir, Semra, Bee, Yong Mong, Toh, Sue-Anne, Bilger, Marcel, Finkelstein, Eric. 2016. Measuring High-Risk Patients’ Preferences for Pharmacogenetic Testing to Reduce Severe Adverse Drug Reaction: A Discrete Choice Experiment. Value in Health. 19 (6), 767-775. (Details)
  Bilger, Marcel, Kruger, Eliza J., Finkelstein, Eric A. 2016. Measuring Socioeconomic Inequality in Obesity: Looking Beyond the Obesity Threshold. Health Economics. 26 (8), 1052-1066. open access (Details)
  Abel, Guy, Barakat, Bilal, KC, Samir, Lutz, Wolfgang. 2016. Meeting the sustainable development goals leads to lower world population growth. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) 113 (50), 14294-14299. open access (Details)
  Bauer, Gudrun and Österle, August. 2016. Mid and Later Life Care Work Migration. Patterns of Re-organising Informal Care Obligations in Central and Eastern Europe. Journal of Aging Studies 37 S. 81-93. (Details)
  Schneider, Ulrike, Kleindienst, Julia. 2016. Monetising the provision of informal long-term care by elderly people: estimates for European out-of-home caregivers based on the well-being valuation method . Health and Social Care in the Community 24 (5), 81-91. (Details)
  Weber, Daniela. 2016. Social engagement to prevent cognitive ageing? Age and Ageing 45 (4), 441-442. (Details)
  Tang, Willcyn, Thevathasan, Jervis Vermal, Lin, Qingshu, Lim, Kim Buay, Kuroda, Keisuke, Kaibuchi, Kozo, Bilger, Marcel, Soong, Tuck Wah, Fivaz, Marc. 2016. Stimulation of Synaptic Vesicle Exocytosis by the Mental Disease Gene DISC1 is Mediated by N-Type Voltage-Gated Calcium Channels. Frontiers in Synaptic Neuroscience. 8 open access (Details)
  Bilger, Marcel, Wong, Tina T., Howard, Kaye L., Lee, Jia Yi, Toh, Ai Nee, John, Geraldine, Lamoureux, Ecosse L., Finkelstein, Eric A. 2016. Study on Incentives for Glaucoma Medication Adherence (SIGMA): study protocol for a randomized controlled trial to increase glaucoma medication adherence using value pricing. Trials. 17 (1) open access (Details)
  Crespo Cuaresma, Jesus, Lutz, Wolfgang. 2016. The demography of human development and climate change vulnerability: A projection exercise. Vienna Yearbook of Population Research 13 (2015), 241-262. open access (Details)
  Angel, Stefan. 2016. The Effect of Over-Indebtedness on Health: Comparative Analyses for Europe. Kyklos 69 (2), 208-227. (Details)
  Österle, August, Bauer, Gudrun. 2016. The Legalization of Rotational 24-hour Care Work in Austria: Implications for Migrant Care Workers. Social Politics 23 (2), 192-213. (Details)
  Beaujouan, Eva, Brzozowska, Zuzanna, Zeman, Krystof. 2016. The limited effect of increasing educational attainment on childlessness trends in twentieth-century Europe, women born 1916–65. Population Studies. 70 (3), 275-291. open access (Details)
  Loichinger, Elke, Weber, Daniela. 2016. Trends in Working Life Expectancy in Europe. Journal of Aging and Health. Journal of Ageing and Health 28 (7), 1194-1213. (Details)
  Muttarak, Raya, Lutz, Wolfgang, Jiang, Leiwen. 2016. What can demographers contribute to the study of vulnerability? Vienna Yearbook of Population Research 13 (2015), 1-13. open access (Details)
2015 Mayer, Susanne, Österle, August. 2015. Sozioökonomische Determinanten von Medikamentenkonsum in Österreich: Zusammenfassung einer empirischen Analyse auf Basis der Österreichischen Gesundheitsbefragung 20006/07. Soziale Sicherheit 2015 (1): 10-17. (Details)
  Tan, Pui San, Lopes, Gilberto, Acharyya, Sanchalika, Bilger, Marcel, Haaland, Benjamin. 2015. Bayesian network meta-comparison of maintenance treatments for stage IIIb/IV non-small-cell lung cancer (NSCLC) patients with good performance status not progressing after first-line induction chemotherapy: Results by performance status, EGFR mutation, histology and response to previous induction. European Journal of Cancer. 51 (16), 2330-2344. (Details)
  Malhotra, Chetna, Farooqui, Muhammad Assad, Kanesvaran, Ravindran, Bilger, Marcel, Finkelstein, Eric. 2015. Comparison of preferences for end-of-life care among patients with advanced cancer and their caregivers: A discrete choice experiment. Palliative Medicine. 29 (9), 842-850. (Details)
  Dong, Di, Bilger, Marcel, van Dam, Rob M., Finkelstein, Eric A. 2015. Consumption Of Specific Foods And Beverages And Excess Weight Gain Among Children And Adolescents. Health Affairs. 34 (11), 1940-1948. open access (Details)
  Lutz, Wolfgang, Striessnig, Erich. 2015. Demographic aspects of climate change mitigation and adaptation. Population Studies 69 (sup1): S. 69-76. (Details)
  Finkelstein, Eric A., Sahasranaman, Aarti, John, Geraldine, Haaland, Benjamin A., Bilger, Marcel, Sloan, Robert A., Khaing Nang, Ei Ei, Evenson, Kelly R. 2015. Design and baseline characteristics of participants in the TRial of Economic Incentives to Promote Physical Activity (TRIPPA): A randomized controlled trial of a six month pedometer program with financial incentives. Contemporary Clinical Trials. 41 238-247. (Details)
  Jonck, Petronella, Goujon, Anne, Testa, Maria Rita, Kandala, John L. 2015. Education and crime engagement in South Africa: a national and provincial perspective. International Journal of Educational Development 45 S. 141-151. (Details)
  Ocello, Cristina., Petrucci, Alessandra., Testa, Maria Rita, Vignoli, Daniele. 2015. Environmental aspects of internal migration in Tanzania. Population and Environment 37 (1): S. 99-108. (Details)
  Vogler, Sabine and Österle, August and Mayer, Susanne. 2015. Inequalities in medicine use in Central Eastern Europe: an empirical investigation of socioeconomic determinants in eight countries. International Journal for Equity in Health 14 (124): S. 1-19. open access (Details)
  Matchar, David B., Bilger, Marcel, Do, Young K., Eom, Kirsten. 2015. International Comparison of Poststroke Resource Use: A Longitudinal Analysis in Europe. Journal of Stroke and Cerebrovascular Diseases. 24 (10), 2256-2262. (Details)
  Bilger, Marcel, Manning, Willard G. 2015. MEASURING OVERFITTING IN NONLINEAR MODELS: A NEW METHOD AND AN APPLICATION TO HEALTH EXPENDITURES. Health Economics. 24 (1), 75-85. open access (Details)
  Angel, Stefan, Heitzmann, Karin. 2015. Over-indebtedness in Europe: The relevance of country-level variables for the over-indebtedness of private households. Journal of European Social Policy. 25 (3), 331-351. open access (Details)
  Bittschi, Benjamin, Pennerstorfer, Astrid, Schneider, Ulrike. 2015. Paid and unpaid labor in nonprofit organizations: Does the substitution effect exist? British Journal of Industrial Relations 53 (4): S. 789-815. open access (Details)
  Finkelstein, Eric A., Bilger, Marcel, Flynn, Terry N., Malhotra, Chetna. 2015. Preferences for end-of-life care among community-dwelling older adults and patients with advanced cancer: A discrete choice experiment. Health Policy. 119 (11), 1482-1489. (Details)
  Neumayr, Michaela, Meyer, Michael, Schneider, Ulrike. 2015. Public Funding and Its Impact on Nonprofit Advocacy. Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly 44 (2): S. 297-318. open access (Details)
  Vogler, Sabine, Österle, August, Mayer, Susanne. 2015. Socioeconomic determinants of medicines use in Central Eastern Europe: the role of pharmaceutical policy in reducing inequalities. Journal of Pharmaceutical Policy and Practice 8 (S1), 1-2. open access (Details)
  Mayer, Susanne, Österle, August. 2015. Socioeconomic Determinants of Prescribed and Non-presribed Medicine Consumption in Austria. European Journal of Public Health 25 (4): S. 597-603. (Details)
  De Rose, Alessandra., Testa, Maria Rita. 2015. The ecological awareness and fear for climate change in Europe. Annali del Dipartimento di Metodi e Modelli per l’Economia, il Territorio e la Finanza S. 113-135. (Details)
2014 Österle, August. 2014. Care Regime in den neuen EU-Mitgliedsstaaten. Soziale Welt. Zeitschrift für sozialwissenschaftliche Forschung und Praxis 65 (20): 363-378. (Details)
  Horváth, Cs. Zoltán, Sebestyén, Andor, Österle, August, Endrei, Dóra, Betlehem, József, Oláh, András, Imre, László, Bagosi, Gabriella, Boncz, Imre. 2014. Economic Burden of Long-term Care of Rheumatoid Arthritis Patients in Hungary. The European Journal of Health Economics 15 (1 Sup): 131-135. (Details)
  Miska, Christof, Hilbe, Christian, Mayer, Susanne. 2014. Reconciling Different Views on Responsible Leadership: A Rationality-Based Approach. Journal of Business Ethics 125 (2): 349-360. (Details)
  Lutz, Wolfgang. 2014. A Population Policy Rationale for the Twenty-First Century. Population and Development Review 40 (3): 527-544. (Details)
  KC, S, Lutz, Wolfgang. 2014. Demographic Scenarios by Age, Sex and Education Corresponding to the SSP Narratives. Population and Environment 35 (3): 243-260. (Details)
  Lutz, Wolfgang, KC, S. 2014. The Human Core of the Shared Socioeconomic Pathways: Population Scenarios by Age, Sex and Level of Education for all Countries to 2100. Global Environmental Change 1-1. (Details)
  Brzozowska, Zuzanna. 2014. Births to single mothers: Age- and education-related changes in Poland between 1985 and 2010. Demographic Research 30 (52), 1445-1462. (Details)
  Testa, Maria Rita and Basten, Stuart. 2014. Certainty of meeting fertility intentions declines in Europe during the Great Recession. Demographic Research 31 (23): S. 687-734. open access (Details)
  Farooqui, Muhammad Assad, Tan, Yock-Theng, Bilger, Marcel, Finkelstein, Eric Andrew. 2014. Effects of financial incentives on motivating physical activity among older adults: results from a discrete choice experiment. BMC Public Health. 14 (141) open access (Details)
  Striessnig, Erich and Lutz, Wolfgang. 2014. How does education change the relationship between fertility and age-dependency under environmental constraints? A long-term simulation exercise. Demographic Research 30 (16): S. 465-492. open access (Details)
  Guthmuller, Sophie, Jusot, Florence, Wittwer, Jerome. 2014. Improving Takeup of Health Insurance Program. Journal of Human Resources. 49 167-194. (Details)
  Muttarak, R, Lutz, Wolfgang. 2014. Is education a key to reducing vulnerability to natural disasters and hence unavoidable climate change? Ecology & Society 19 (1): 42-42. (Details)
  Crespo Cuaresma, Jesus and Lutz, Wolfgang and Sanderson, Warren. 2014. Is the demographic dividend an education dividend? Demography 51, 299-315. open access (Details)
  Testa, Maria Rita. 2014. Kind: ja oder Nein - wer setzt sich durch? Demografische Forschung aus Erster Hand 11 (4), 4-4. (Details)
  Tan, Kelvin Bryan, Tan, Woan Shin, Bilger, Marcel, Ho, Calvin. 2014. Monitoring and Evaluating Progress towards Universal Health Coverage in Singapore. PLoS Medicine. 11 open access (Details)
  Testa, Maria Rita. 2014. On the positive correlation between education and fertility intentions in Europe: individual- and country-level evidence. Advances in Life Course Research 21 S. 28-42. open access (Details)
  Lutz, Wolfgang, Butz, WP, KC, S, Sanderson, WC, Scherbov, S. 2014. Population growth: Peak probability. Science 346 (6209): 561-561. (Details)
  Testa, Maria Rita, Cavalli, Laura., Rosina, Alessandro. 2014. The effects of couple disagreement about child-timing intentions: a parity-specific approach. Population and Development Review 40 (1): S. 31-53. (Details)
  Lutz, Wolfgang, Muttarak, R, Striessnig, Erich. 2014. Universal education is key to enhanced climate adaptation. Science 346 (6213): 1061-1062. (Details)
  Wagstaff, Adam, Bilger, Marcel, Buisman, Leander, Bredenkamp, Caryn. 2014. Who Benefits from Government Health Spending and Why? A Global Assessment. Policy Research Working Papers. open access (Details)
2013 Czypionka, Thomas, Mayer, Susanne, Röhrling, Gerald, Pock, Markus. Erscheinend. Interdependenzen in der ambulanten medizinischen Versorgung in Österreich. Health System Watch, Beilage zur Fachzeitschrift Soziale Sicherheit (III): 1-16. (Details)
  Österle, August, Johnson, Tricia J., Delgado, José. 2013 A Unifying Framework of the Demand for Transnational Medical Travel. International Journal of Health Services 43 (3): 415-436. (Details)
  Czypionka, Thomas, Kraus, Markus, Mayer, Susanne, Röhrling, Gerald. Forthcoming. Efficiency, Ownership, and Financing of Hospitals: The Case of Austria. Health Care Management Science (Details)
  Sanderson, Warren C., Striessnig, Erich, Schöpp, Wolfgang, Amann, Markus. 2013. The Effects on Well-Being of Investing in Cleaner Air in India. Environmental Science & Technology .-.. (Details)
  Zuba, Martin, Schneider, Ulrike. 2013. What Helps Working Informal Caregivers? The Role of Workplace Characteristics in Balancing Work and Adult-Care Responsibilities. Published online: 15 December 2012, doi: 10.1007/s10834-012-9347-7. Journal of Family and Economic Issues 34 (4): 460-469. (Details)
  Schneider, Ulrike, Trukeschitz, Birgit, Mühlmann, Richard, Ponocny, Ivo. 2013. "Do I stay or do I go?" - Job change and labor market exit intentions of employees providing informal care to older adults, Article first published online: 7 DEC 2012 DOI: 10.1002/hec.2880. Health Economics 22 (10): 1230-1249. (Details)
  Lutz, Wolfgang. 2013. Effects of Educational Attainment on Climate Risk Vulnerability. Ecology & Society 18 (16): (Details)
  Bauer, Gudrun, Österle, August. 2013. Migrant Care Labour: The Commodification and Redistribution of Care and Emotional Work. Social Policy and Society 12 (3): 461-473. (Details)
  Lutz, Wolfgang, Basten, Stuart, Scherbov, Sergei. 2013. Very long range global Population Scenarios to 2300 and the Implications of Sustained low Fertility. Demographic Research 28 (39): 1145-1166. open access (Details)
  Bauer, Gudrun, Österle, August. 2013. 24-Stunden-Betreuung für ältere Menschen. Entwicklungen und Wirkungen der Regularisierung der Betreuung in privaten Haushalten in Österreich. Sozialer Fortschritt 62 (3): 71-77. (Details)
  Österle, August, Hasl, Andrea, Bauer, Gudrun. 2013. Vermittlungsagenturen in der 24-h-Betreuung. WISO - Wirtschafts- und sozialpolitische Zeitschrift des ISW 35 (1): 159-172. (Details)
  Trukeschitz, Birgit, Schneider, Ulrike, Mühlmann, Richard, Ponocny, Ivo. 2013. Informal eldercare and work-related strain, article first published online: 11 December 2012, doi:10.1093/geronb/gbs101. Journals of Gerontology, Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences 68 (2): 257-267. (Details)
  Striessnig, Erich, Lutz, Wolfgang. 2013. Can below-replacement fertility be desirable? Empirica 40 (3): 409-425. (Details)
  Pichler, Adelheid, Striessnig, Erich. 2013. Differential vulnerability to hurricanes in Cuba, Haiti, and the Dominican Republic: the contribution of education. Ecology & Society 18 (3): S. 1-31. open access (Details)
  Striessnig, Erich, Lutz, Wolfgang, Patt, Anthony. 2013. Effects of Educational Attainment on Climate Risk Vulnerability. Ecology & Society 18 (1): S. 1-16. open access (Details)
  Testa, Maria Rita. 2013. Eins ist besser als keins. Demografische Forschung aus Erster Hand 10 (4), 3-3. (Details)
  Fent, Thomas, Aparicio Diaz, Belinda, Fürnkranz-Prskawetz, Alexia. 2013. Family policies in the context of low fertility and social structure. Demographic Research 29 (37), 963-998. open access (Details)
  Bilger, Marcel, Carrieri, Vincenzo. 2013. Health in the cities: When the neighborhood matters more than income. Journal of Health Economics. 32 (1), 1-11. (Details)
  Finkelstein, Eric Andrew, Zhen, Chen, Bilger, Marcel, Nonnemaker, James, Farooqui, Muhammad Assad, Todd, Jessica. 2013. Implications of a sugar-sweetened beverage (SSB) tax when substitutions to non-beverage items are considered. Journal of Health Economics. 32 (1), 219-239. (Details)
  Angel, Stefan, Heitzmann, Karin. 2013. Kritische Ereignisse und private Überschuldung. Eine quantitative Betrachtung des Zusammenhangs. Kölner Zeitschrift für Soziologie und Sozialpsychologie. 65 (3), 451-477. open access (Details)
  Tazeen, Jafar, Haaland, Benjamin, Rahman, Atif, Razzak, Junaid, Bilger, Marcel, Naghavi, Moshen, Mokdad, Ali, Hyder, Adnan. 2013. Non-communicable diseases and injuries in Pakistan: strategic priorities. The Lancet. 381 2281-2290. (Details)
  Lutz, Wolfgang. 2013. The Asian Century will be Built on Human Capital. East Asia Forum 5 (1): 7-8. (Details)
  Bilger, Marcel, Finkelstein, Eric Andrew, Kruger, Eliza, Tate, Deborah, Linnan, Laura. 2013. The effect of weight loss on health, productivity and medical expenditures among overweight employees. Medical Care. 51 (6), 471 open access (Details)
2012 Angel, Stefan. 2012. Der Zusam­men­hang von sozia­ler Klas­sen­zu­ge­hö­rig­keit und dau­er­haf­ten Armuts­la­gen in Öster­reich 1996 bis 2008. Kurswechsel (3): 30-39. open access (Details)
  O'Neill, Brian C, Liddle, Brant, Jiang, Leiwen, Smith, Kirk R, Pachauri, Shonali, Dalton, Michael, Fuchs, Regina. 2012. Demographic change and carbon dioxide emissions. The Lancet 380 (9837): 157-164. (Details)
  Österle, August, Bauer, Gudrun. 2012. Home care in Austria: the interplay of family orientation, cash-for-care and migrant care. Health and Social Care in the Community 20 (3): 265-273. (Details)
  Steiber, Nadia, Haas, Barbara. 2012. State of the Art. Advances in Explaining Women's Employment Patterns. Socio-Economic Review 10 (2): 343-367. (Details)
  Testa, Maria Rita. 2012. Couple disagreement about short-term fertility desires in Austria: effects on intentions and contraceptive behaviour. Demographic Research 26 (3): S. 63-98. (Details)
  Guthmuller, Sophie, Jusot, Florence, Wittwer, Jerome, Despres, Caroline. 2012. Faire valoir ses droits à l'Aide complémentaire santé : les résultats d'une expérimentation sociale. Economie et statistique. 455 53-70. open access (Details)
  Finkelstein, Eric Andrew, Bilger, Marcel. 2012. Hard Truths and a New Strategy for Addressing Childhood Obesity. Childhood Obesity. 8 106-109. (Details)
  Pennerstorfer, Astrid, Trukeschitz, Birgit. 2012. Voluntary contributions and wages in nonprofit organizations. Nonprofit Management & Leadership. 23 (2), 181-191. (Details)
2011 Pamuk, Elsie R., Fuchs, Regina, Lutz, Wolfgang. 2011. Comparing Relative Effects of Education and Economic Resources on Infant Mortality in Developing Countries. Population and Development Review 37 (4): 637-664. (Details)
  Lutz, Wolfgang. 2011. Global demography: Population inflation. The World Today 67 (5): 24-26. (Details)
  Lutz, Wolfgang, K.C., Samir. 2011. Global human capital: Integrating education and population. Science 333 (6042): 587-592. (Details)
  Thomas, Sobotka, Lutz, Wolfgang. 2011. Misleading policy messages derived from the period TFR: Should we stop using it?. Comparative Population Studies - Zeitschrift für Bevölkerungswissenschaft 35 (3): 637-664. open access (Details)
  Scherbov, Sergei , Lutz, Wolfgang, Sanderson, Warren C. 2011. The uncertain timing of reaching 8 billion, peak world population, and other demographic milestones. Population and Development Review 37 (3): 571-578. (Details)
  Österle, August. 2011. Pflege und Pflegepolitik in Mittelost- und Südosteuropa. Kontraste (11): 7-10. (Details)
  Lutz, Wolfgang. 2011. Demographic challenges affecting business schools.. Journal of Management Development 30 (5): 463-473. (Details)
  Mayer, Susanne, Horvath, Louise. 2011. Unterstützungsleistungen für informell Pflegende: eine empirische Analyse. Österreichische Pflegezeitschrift 64 (5): 17-20. (Details)
  Adlbrecht, Christopher, Huelsmann, Martin, Berger, Rudolf, Moertl, Deddo, Strunk, Guido, Österle, August, Ahmadi, Roozbeh, Szucs, Thomas, Pacher, Richard. 2011. Cost analysis and cost-effectiveness of NT-proBNP-guided heart failure specialist care in addition to home-based nurse care. European Journal of Clinical Investigation 41 (3): 315-322. (Details)
  Testa, Maria Rita, Cavalli, Laura., Rosina, Alessandro. 2011. Couple’s childbearing behavior in Italy: Which of the partners is leading it? . Vienna Yearbook of Population Research 9 S. 157-178. (Details)
  Weber, Daniela, Hatzinger, Reinhold. 2011. A novel approach for modelling paired comparisons data with non - ignorable missing values on students’ attitudes towards foreigners. Data Analysis Bulletin 12 S. 11-22. (Details)
  Heitzmann, Karin. 2011. Die Politik gegen Armut und soziale Ausgrenzung in der Europäischen Union und ihre Relevanz für Österreich. SWS Rundschau. 51 (1), 40-52. (Details)
  Bauer, Gudrun, Österle, August. 2011. Personenbetreuung in Österreich. Motive und Beschäftigungsbedingungen der Betreuung in privaten Haushalten. Österreichische Pflegezeitschrift 64 (12): 15-18. (Details)
  Carrieri, Vincenzo, Bilger, Marcel. 2011. Place of residence and health: empirical evidence from Italy. Rivista Italiana degli Economisti. 16 (3), 383-410. (Details)
  Carrieri, Vincenzo, Bilger, Marcel. 2011. Preventive care: underused even when free. Is there something else at work? Applied Economics. 45 239-253. (Details)
  Testa, Maria Rita, Sobotka, Tomas, Morgan, S. Philip. 2011. Reproductive decision-making: towards improved theoretical, methodological and empirical approaches. Vienna Yearbook of Population Research 9 S. 1-9. (Details)
2010 Haider, Astrid, Schneider, Ulrike. 2010. The Influence of Volunteers, Donations and Public Subsidies on the Wage Level of Nonprofit Workers: Evidence from Austrian Matched Data. Annals of Public and Cooperative Economics 81 (1): 1-19. (Details)
  Czypionka, Thomas, Riedel, Monika, Röhrling, Gerald, Mayer, Susanne. 2010. Erfolg und Scheitern von Gesundheitsreformen: Ursachen und Reformanalysen für die USA und Ungarn. Health System Watch, Beilage zur Fachzeitschrift Soziale Sicherheit (1): 1-16. (Details)
  Meyer, Michael, Neumayr, Michaela, Schneider, Ulrike. 2010. Bits und Pieces: Daten zum österreichischen Nonprofit-Sektor. VM Fachzeitschrift für Verbands- und Nonprofit-Management 36 (2): 34-47. (Details)
  Eiffe, Franz. 2010. Amartya Sen Reading Adam Smith. History of Economics Review Winte (51): 1-23. (Details)
  O'Neill, Brian C, Dalton, Michael, Fuchs, Regina, Jiang, Leiwen, Pachauri, Shonali, Zigova, Katarina. 2010. Global demographic trends and future carbon emissions. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA 107 (41): 17521-17526. (Details)
  Österle, August. 2010. Long-term Care in Central and South-Eastern Europe: Challenges and Perspectives in Addressing a 'New' Social Risk. Social Policy and Administration 44 (4): 461-480. (Details)
  Pennerstorfer, Astrid, Schneider, Ulrike. 2010. What Determines the (Internal) Wage Distribution in Non-Profit Organizations?. Kyklos 63 (4): 580-596. (Details)
  Horvath, Louise, Mayer, Susanne. 2010. Caring for informal caregivers: policy approaches to the provision of direct support services. Innovation - The European Journal of Social Science Research 23 (3): 263-277. (Details)
  Fuchs, Regina, Pamuk, Elsie , Lutz, Wolfgang. 2010. Education or wealth: which matters more for reducing child mortality in developing countries?. Vienna Yearbook of Population Research 8 175-199. open access (Details)
  Einböck, Marina, Heitzmann, Karin. 2010. Armutsgefährdung von Kindern und Jugendlichen in Österreich. Kontraste. 2010 (2), 12-15. (Details)
  Lutz, Wolfgang, Crespo Cuaresma, Jesus, Abbasi-Shavazi, Mohammad Jalal. 2010. Demography, education and Democracy: Global trends and the case of Iran. Population and Development Review 36 (2), 253-281. (Details)
  Lutz, Wolfgang, KC, Samir. 2010. Dimensions of global population projections: what do we know about future population trends and structures? Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 365 (1554), 2779-2791. open access (Details)
  Angel, Stefan, Eiffe, Franz, Einböck, Marina, Heitzmann, Karin. 2010. Editorial zum Sonderheft "EU-Armutspolitik und ihre Relevanz für Österreich" Kurswechsel. 2010 (3), 3-8. open access (Details)
  Cavagnero, Eleonora, Bilger, Marcel. 2010. Equity during an economic crisis: Financing of the Argentine health system. Journal of Health Economics. 29 (4), 479-488. (Details)
  KC, Samir and Barakat, Bilal and Goujon, Anne and Skirbekk, Vegard and Sanderson, Warren and Lutz, Wolfgang. 2010. Projection of populations by level of educational attainment, age and sex for 120 countries for 2005-2050. Demographic Research 22 (15): S. 383-472. open access (Details)
  Angel, Stefan. 2010. Raumspezifische Armutsgefährdung im Alter. Österreichische Zeitschrift für Soziologie (ÖZS) 35 (3): S. 38-58. (Details)
2009 Neumayr, Michaela, Meyer, Michael, Pospisil, Miroslav, Schneider, Ulrike, Malý, Ivan. 2009. The Role of Civil Society Organizations in Different Nonprofit Regimes: Evidence from Austria and the Czech Republic. Comparative Social Research 26 167-196. (Details)
  Bencic, Werner, Koelemeijer, Lea, Österle, August. 2009. Gesundheitsreform in den Niederlanden: Wettbewerb und privatisierte Krankenkassen. Soziale Sicherheit 62 (10): 519-523. (Details)
  Haider, Astrid. 2009. Die Lohnhöhe und Lohnstreuung im österreichischen Nonprofit Sektor. Ergebnisse aus einer Analyse mit Arbeitnehmer-Arbeitgeber-Daten. Kontraste (2): 24-27. (Details)
  Bittschi, Benjamin. 2009. Einkommensbezogene Ungleichheit der Gesundheit in Österreich. Kurswechsel (1): 71-79. (Details)
  Johnson, Tricia J., Österle, August. 2009. Indicators of Quality for International Hospital Patients. Hospital 11 (3): 16-17. (Details)
  Eiffe, Franz. 2009. Die EU im Lichte von Armut und Sozialer Ausgrenzung. Kontraste 3 (April): 11-15. (Details)
  Österle, August, Balázs, Péter, Delgado Jiménez, José. 2009. Travelling for teeth: characteristics and perspectives of dental care tourism in Hungary. British Dental Journal 206 (8): 425-428. (Details)
  Stockhammer, Engelbert-Richard, Hein, Eckhard, Grafl, Lucas. Forthcoming. Globalization and the effects of changes in functional income distribution on aggregate demand in Germany. International Review of Applied Economics (Details)
  Österle, August, Lenhart, Maureen Bettina. 2009. Migrácia ošetrovateľského personálu zo Slovenska do Rakúska. Ošetrovateľstvo a pôrodná asistencia (1): 4-6. (Details)
  Lutz, Wolfgang. 2009. Sola schola et sanitate: Human capital as the root cause and priority for international development? Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 364 3031-3047. (Details)
  Billari, Francesco C., Philipov, Dimiter., Testa, Maria Rita. 2009. Attitudes, norms, and perceived behavioural control: explaining fertility intentions in Bulgaria. European Journal of Population 25 (4): S. 439-465. (Details)
  Heitzmann, Karin, Hofbauer, Johanna, Mackerle-Bixa, Stefanie, Strunk, Guido. 2009. Bürgerschaftliches Engagement und soziale Ungleichheit. Eine Untersuchung auf Basis des European Social Survey. Kurswechsel. 1 (2009), 41-49. open access (Details)
  Rosina, Alessandro, Testa, Maria Rita. 2009. Couples’ first child intentions and disagreement: An analysis of the Italian case. European Journal of Population 25 (4): S. 487-502. (Details)
  Testa, Maria Rita. 2009. Gesellschaftliche Normen und soziale Netzwerke entscheidend. Erklärung des Kinderwunsches in Bulgarien. Demografische Forschung aus Erster Hand 3 (1), 1-2. (Details)
  Trukeschitz, Birgit, Mühlmann, Richard, Schneider, Ulrike, Jung, Reinhard, Ponocny, Ivo. 2009. Im Spannungsfeld zwischen Beruf und Pflege - Ergebnisse der "Wiener Studie zur Betreuung und Pflege älterer Angehöriger" (VIC2008), [Caught between Career and Care - Results of the "Vienna Informal Carer Study 2018"]. Kontraste. (Dez.), 10-14. open access (Details)
  Vitali, Agnese., Billari, Francesco C., Prskawetz, Alexia., Testa, Maria Rita. 2009. Preference theory and low fertility: A comparative perspective. European Journal of Population 25 (4): S. 413-438. (Details)
  Angel, Stefan, Einböck, Marina, Heitzmann, Karin, Till-Tentschert, Ursula. 2009. Verschuldung, Überschuldung und finanzielle Ausgrenzung österreichischer Privathaushalte. Ergebnisse aus EU-SILC 2008. Statistische Nachrichten. 2009 (12), 1104-1116. open access (Details)
  Heitzmann, Karin, Hofbauer, Johanna, Mackerle-Bixa, Stefanie, Strunk, Guido. 2009. Where There's a Will, There's a Way? Civic Participation and Social Inequality. Journal of Civil Society. 5 (3), 283-301. (Details)
  Stockhammer, Engelbert-Richard, Fellner, Wolfgang. 2009. Wirtschaftswachstum und nachhaltiger Wohlstand. Mythen und Messung. Wissenschaft & Umwelt Interdisziplinär (13): 32-39. open access (Details)
2008 Gulácsi, László, Österle, August. 2008. A magánbiztositás szerepe Ausztriában - egészségügy. Egészségügyi Gazdasági Szemle 46 (2): 13-15. (Details)
  Österle, August, Gulácsi, László, Érsek, Kata, Bécsi, Rita, Ecseki, Adrienn. 2008. A magánbiztositás szerepe az ausztriai egézségügyben. Köz-Gazdaság III (2): 97-101. (Details)
  Österle, August. 2008. Crossborder Healthcare in Europe. Towards a European Healthcare System. Hospital 10 (2): 23-24. (Details)
  Balázs, Péter, Österle, August. 2008. Külföldiek fogorvosi kezelése Magyarországon. Fogorvosi Szemle 101 (5): 193-202. (Details)
  Meichenitsch, Katharina, Österle, August. 2008. Pflegesysteme in Europa. Zwischen steigendem Bedarf und restriktiven Budgets. Kontraste (5): 4-6. (Details)
  Duque-Zuluaga, Lola, Schneider, Ulrike. 2008. Market Orientation and Organizational Performance in the Nonprfit Context: Exploring Both Concepts and the Relationship Between Them. Journal of Nonprofit & Public Sector Marketing 19 (2): 25-47. (Details)
  Heitzmann, Karin. 2008. Comment on the article by Matthias Till: "Income Poverty and Aggregate Wealth in Dublin and Vienna - Assessing Income Distributions Relative to Regional and National Accounts" Angewandte Sozialforschung: Zeitschrift für Mitteleuropa. 25 (1-2), 135-136. (Details)
  Haider, Astrid, Leisch, Robert, Schneider, Ulrike, Stöger, Klaus. 2008. Neue Datengrundlage für den Non-Profit-Bereich. Statistische Nachrichten 63 (8), 754-761. open access (Details)
  Bilger, Marcel. 2008. Progressivity, horizontal inequality and reranking caused by health system financing: A decomposition analysis for Switzerland. Journal of Health Economics. 27 (6), 1582-1593. (Details)
  Heitzmann, Karin, Dawid, Evelyn. 2008. Sozialwirtschaftliche Organisationen als Akteure in der österreichischen Armutsbekämpfung. WISO - Wirtschafts- und sozialpolitische Zeitschrift des ISW. 30 (4/07), 223-232. (Details)
  Bilger, Marcel, Chaze, Jean-Paul. 2008. What Drives Individual Health Expenditure in Switzerland? Swiss Journal of Economics and Statistics. 144 337-358. open access (Details)
2007 Érsek, Katalin, Mészáros, Kinga, Dósza, Csaba, Gulácsi, Láslzó, Österle, August, Csillik, Gabriella, Kárpáti, Zsuzsanna. 2007. A várható "demográfiai cunami" kezelésének lehetöségei. IME. Az egészségügyi vezetök szaklapja IV (10): 32-40. (Details)
  Österle, August, Gulácsi, László. 2007. Das Gesundheitssystem in Ungarn: Entwicklungen, Herausforderungen und Reformen. Soziale Sicherheit 60 (9): 418-429. (Details)
  Fischer, Timo. 2007. Europeanization of Long-Term Care – An Economic Approach to European Social Security Law. The Swiss Journal of Economics and Statistics 142 (March): 131-137. (Details)
  Österle, August. 2007. Health care across borders: Austria and its new EU neighbours. Journal of European Social Policy 17 (2): 112-124. (Details)
  Da Roit, Barbara, Le Bihan, Blanche, Österle, August. 2007. Long-term Care Policies in Italy, Austria and France: Variations in Cash-for-Care Schemes. Social Policy and Administration 41 (6): 653-671. (Details)
  Lenhart, Maureen Bettina, Österle, August. 2007. Migration von Pflegekräften: Österreichische und europäische Trends und Perspektiven. Österreichische Pflegezeitschrift (12): 8-11. (Details)
  Österle, August, Meichenitsch, Katharina. 2007. Pflegesicherungssysteme in Europa. Soziale Sicherheit 60 (11): 88-96. (Details)
  Gulácsi , László , Kovács , Erzsébet , Österle, August, Boncz , Imre. 2007. Verseny az egészségügyben. Egyesült államokbeli és nyugat-európai példák. Közgazdasági Szemle - Economic Review 54 (5): 481-498. (Details)
  Fischer, Timo, Schneider, Ulrike. 2007. Die Finanzierung der solidarischen Pflegesicherung in Deutschland und in Österreich. Ein Vergleich unter Fairnessaspekten. Soziale Sicherheit 60 (11): 526-535. (Details)
  Schedlberger, Markus, Schneider, Ulrike. 2007. Finanzierungsmodelle im Bereich arbeitsmarktpolitischer Bildungsmaßnahmen. Eine Illustration für die Umsetzung des Vergaberechts und seiner Effekte. Kontraste (8): 9-13. (Details)
  Österle, August, Gulácsi, László, Pechová, Michaela. 2007. Gesundheitssystementwicklung in den MOE-Ländern: Zwischen sozialen Rechten und Marktallokation. Kurswechsel 2007 (2): 18-27. (Details)
  Lenhart, Maureen Bettina. 2007. Die Migration von (weiblichen) Pflegekräften. Kurswechsel (2): 28-35. (Details)
  Dearing, Helene, Hofer, Helmut, Lietz, Christine, Winter-Ebmer, Rudolf, Wrohlich, Katharina. 2007. Why are mothers working longer hours in Austria than in Germany? A comparative micro simulation study. Fiscal Studies 28 (4): 463-495. (Details)
  Zechmeister, Ingrid, Österle, August. 2007. Informelle Betreuung psychisch erkrankter Menschen: Schafft das österreichische Pflegevorsorgesystem adäquate Voraussetzungen?. Neuropsychiatrie 21 (1): 29-36. (Details)
  Dawid, Evelyn, Heitzmann, Karin. 2007. Armutsbekämpfung durch NGOs. Kontraste. 2007 (5), 14-17. (Details)
  Testa, Maria Rita. 2007. Childless future? An insight from the analysis of childbearing preferences in Europe. Sozialwissenschaftliche Informationen 2, 9-30. (Details)
  Heitzmann, Karin, Dawid, Evelyn. 2007. Die Rolle von „Partizipation“ in sozialwirtschaftlichen Organisationen der Armutsprävention und Armutsbekämpfung in Österreich. Sozialarbeit in Österreich. (3), 24-26. (Details)
  Trukeschitz, Birgit, Buchinger, Clemens. 2007. Finanzierung mobiler Dienstleistungen der Altenpflege und -betreuung [Financing Home Care Services for Older People]. Kontraste. 2007 (8), 13-18. open access (Details)
  Rosina, Alessandro, Testa, Maria Rita. 2007. Senza figli: intenzioni e comportamenti italiani nel quadro europeo. Rivista di Studi Familiari 12 (1): S. 71-81. (Details)
2006 Haider, Astrid. 2006. Möglichkeiten zur Sicherstellung von Mindestlöhnen und deren Auswirkungen auf die Verteilung von Arbeitseinkommen. Wirtschaft und Gesellschaft 32 (4): 531-541. (Details)
  Zechmeister, Ingrid, Österle, August. 2006. Distributional Impact of Mental Health Care Financing Arrangements: A Comparison of the UK, Germany and Austria. Journal of Mental Health Policy and Economics 9 (1): 35-44. (Details)
  Schneider, Ulrike. 2006. Informelle Pflege aus ökonomischer Sicht. Zeitschrift für Sozialreform 52 (4): 493-520. (Details)
  Testa, Maria Rita, Toulemon, Laurent. 2006. Family formation in France: individual preferences and subsequent outcomes. Vienna Yearbook of Population Research 5 S. 41-75. (Details)
  Heitzmann, Karin. 2006. Gläserne Decke, Gläserne Box oder Firewall? Informationen zur Politischen Bildung. (26), 40-40. (Details)
  Heitzmann, Karin. 2006. Ist Armut weiblich? Ursachen von und Wege aus der Frauenarmut in Österreich. Informationen zur Politischen Bildung. (26), 41-48. (Details)
  Lutz, Wolfgang, Testa, Maria Rita, Penn, Dustin. 2006. Population density is a key factor in declining human fertility. Population and Environment 28 S. 69-81. (Details)
  Testa, Maria Rita, Grilli, Leonardo. 2006. The influence of childbearing regional contexts on ideal family size in Europe. . Population 61 (1-2): S. 107-137. (Details)
  Lutz, Wolfgang, Skirbekk, Vergard., Testa, Maria Rita. 2006. The low fertility trap hypothesis: Forces that may lead to further postponement and fewer births in Europe. Vienna Yearbook of Population Research S. 167-192. (Details)
2005 Zechmeister, Ingrid, Österle, August, Putscher, Johanna. 2005. Arbeit im Verborgenen. Betreuungsleistungen von Angehörigen für Menschen mit psychischer Erkrankung. Kontakt, 28. Jg., Nr. 4, 8-12 (Details)
  Toulemon, Laurent., Testa, Maria Rita. 2005. Fécondité envisagée, fécondité réalisée: un lien complexe. Population & Sociétés 415 S. 1-4. (Details)
  Testa, Maria Rita, Grilli, Leonardo. 2005. Lernen die jüngeren Generationen von den älteren? Ideale Familiengröße in Europa: Trend zur Kleinfamilie erweist sich als längerfristig. Demografische Forschung aus Erster Hand 2, 4-4. (Details)
  Sobotka, Tomas, Winkler-Dworak, Maria, Testa, Maria Rita, Philipov, Dimiter., Engelhardt, Henriette., Gisser, Richard. 2005. Monthly estimates of the quantum of fertility: Towards a fertility monitoring system in Austria. Vienna Yearbook of Population Research S. 109-141. (Details)
  Österle, August. 2005. Sozialversicherungssysteme im Wandel: Österreich und die Länder Mittel- und Osteuropas im Vergleich. Der Donauraum, Jg. 45, Heft 2 (Details)
2004 Dawid, Evelyn. 2004. Doch man sieht nur die im Fernsehen. Wieviele Arbeitsplätze die österreichische Politik zu bieten hat. Österreichische Zeitschrift für Politikwissenschaft (ÖZP) (Austrian Journal of Political Science) (1): 95-107. (Details)
  Dawid, Evelyn. 2004. Eine Präsidentin muss es sein. Bundespräsidentschaftswahl und innerparteiliche Frauenpolitik in Österreich. femina politica. Zeitschrift für feministische Politk-Wissenschaft (1): 114-117. (Details)
  Zechmeister, Ingrid, Österle, August. 2004. 'Dann war auf einmal kein Geld mehr da!' Zur Rolle der Finanzierung in der österreichischen Psychiatriereform. Psychiatrische Praxis, 31, 4, 184-191 (Details)
  Heitzmann, Karin. 2004. Entwicklung und gegenwärtige Rolle von Nonprofit Organisationen in der österreichischen Sozialwirtschaft. Kontraste. 2004 (4), 17-18. (Details)
  Zechmeister Ingrid. 2004. Frauen und Psychiatrie: Eine polit-ökonomische Perspektive. Neuropsychiatrie 17 (3):106-112 (Details)
  Österle, August, Zechmeister, Ingrid. 2004. Gesundheitsreformen und Finanzierungsstrukturen. Österreichische Krankenhauszeitung, Vol. 45, No. 10, 16-17 (Details)
  Ganzinger, U., Badelt, Christoph, Vass, K., Strasser-Fuchs, S., Fazekas, F., Berger, T., Dahlke, F. 2004. Krankheitskosten der multiplen Sklerose in Österreich – Querschnittstudie unter Berücksichtigung der Lebensqualität. Der Nervenarzt 75 (10): S. 1000-1006. (Details)
  Österle, August, Hammer, Elisabeth. 2004. Pflegegeld und Pflegearbeit. Kontraste, No. 10, 4-6 (Details)
2003 Spiess, C. Katharina, Schneider, Ulrike. 2003. Interactions between care giving and paid work hours among European midlife women, 1994 to 1996. Ageing and Society, 23, 1, 41-68 (Details)
  Testa, Maria Rita. 2003. The emergence of sub-replacement family size ideals in Europe. Population Research and Policy Review 22 (5-6): S. 479-496. (Details)
  Hammer, Elisabeth, Österle, August. 2003. Welfare State Policy and Informal Long-Term Care Giving in Austria: Old Gender Divisions and New Stratification Processes Among Women. Journal of Social Policy, 32, 1, 37-53 (Details)
2002 Österle, August. 2002. Evaluating Equity in Social Policy. A Framework for Comparative Analysis. Evaluation, 8, 1, 46-59 (Details)
  Zechmeister, Ingrid, Österle, August, Denk, Peter, Katschnig, Heinz. 2002. Incentives in Financing Mental Health Care in Austria. Journal of Mental Health Policy and Economics, 5, 3, 121-129 (Details)
2001 Testa, Maria Rita. 2001. L’evoluzione della popolazione italiana all´inizio del XXI secolo: implicazioni e strategie di risposta, [Italian Population in the Early XXI Century: Developments & Implications]. L'Assistenza sociale 1, 1-1. (Details)
  Hammer, Elisabeth, Österle, August. 2001. Neoliberale Gouvernementalität im österreichischen Wohlfahrtsstaat - von der Reform der Pflegevorsorge 1993 zum Kinderbetreuungsgeld 2002. Kurswechsel 4/2001 (Details)
  Himes, Christine, Schneider, Ulrike, Wolf, Douglas. 2001. The Dynamics of Long-Term Care Service Use in Germany. Vierteljahrshefte zur Wirtschaftsforschung. Quarterly Journal of Economic Research, 70, 1, 153-158 (Details)
2000 Rosina, Alessandro., Testa, Maria Rita, Pretato, Adelaide. 2000. Non solo Emigrazioni: strategie di risposta alla crisi di fine ’800 nel Veneto [Migrations in Veneto in the late 19th Century]. . Bollettino di demografia storica 1, 97-122. (Details)
  Badelt, Christoph. 2000. Ökonomische Herausforderungen an das österreichische Gesundheitswesen. Soziale Sicherheit, Heft 6 (Details)
1998 Conti, Cinzia, Rotolone, Daniela, Testa, Maria Rita. 1998. La formazione professionale degli immigrati stranieri extracomunitari come strumento di integrazione economico-lavorativa [Vocational Training of Foreign Non-European Immigrants: Economic and Work Integration]. Rivista Italiana di Economia Demografia e Statistica , 2-3. (Details)
1996 Mignolli, Nadia., Testa, Maria Rita, Marcello, Natale. 1996. Alcune problematiche dell'integrazione della popolazione extracomunitaria in Italia [Integration of Non-European Immigrants in Italy: Some Relevant Aspects]. Rivista Italiana di Economia Demografia e Statistica 2, 1-1. (Details)