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Alexia Fürnkranz-Prskawetz
Alexia Fürnkranz-Prskawetz
Professor of Mathematical Economics, Vienna University of Technology
Verified email at econ.tuwien.ac.at
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A brain gain with a brain drain
O Stark, C Helmenstein, A Prskawetz
Economics letters 55 (2), 227-234, 1997
9841997
Human capital depletion, human capital formation, and migration: a blessing or a “curse”?
O Stark, C Helmenstein, A Prskawetz
Economics Letters 60 (3), 363-367, 1998
5441998
On the changing correlation between fertility and female employment over space and time
H Engelhardt, A Prskawetz
European Journal of Population/Revue européenne de Démographie 20 (1), 35-62, 2004
3642004
Fertility and women's employment reconsidered: A macro-level time-series analysis for developed countries, 1960–2000
H Engelhardt, T Kögel, A Prskawetz
Population studies 58 (1), 109-120, 2004
3632004
Population aging and future carbon emissions in the United States
M Dalton, B o'Neill, A Prskawetz, L Jiang, J Pitkin
Energy economics 30 (2), 642-675, 2008
3242008
Agricultural productivity growth and escape from the Malthusian trap
T Kögel, A Prskawetz
Journal of economic growth 6 (4), 337-357, 2001
3162001
Agent-based computational demography: Using simulation to improve our understanding of demographic behaviour
FC Billari, A Prskawetz
Springer Science & Business Media, 2003
2152003
Autonomy or conservative adjustment? The effect of public policies and educational attainment on third births in Austria, 1975-96
JM Hoem, A Prskawetz, G Neyer
Population Studies 55 (3), 249-261, 2001
2122001
Are individuals’ desired family sizes stable? Evidence from West German panel data
F Heiland, A Prskawetz, WC Sanderson
European Journal of Population/Revue européenne de Démographie 24 (2), 129-156, 2008
1842008
Birth month, school graduation, and the timing of births and marriages
V Skirbekk, HP Kohler, A Prskawetz
Demography 41 (3), 547-568, 2004
1822004
Agent-based computational modelling: applications in demography, social, economic and environmental sciences
FC Billari, T Fent, A Prskawetz, J Scheffran
Taylor & Francis, 2006
1732006
Is low fertility really a problem? Population aging, dependency, and consumption
R Lee, A Mason, NTA network, R Lee, A Mason, E Amporfu, CB An, ...
Science 346 (6206), 229-234, 2014
1622014
The “wedding-ring” an agent-based marriage model based on social interaction
FC Billari, A Prskawetz, BA Diaz, T Fent
Demographic research 17, 59-82, 2007
1552007
Do siblings’ fertility decisions influence each other?
TH Lyngstad, A Prskawetz
Demography 47 (4), 923-934, 2010
1532010
The past and future of knowledge-based growth
H Strulik, K Prettner, A Prskawetz
Journal of Economic Growth 18 (4), 411-437, 2013
1512013
Ageing, productivity and wages in Austria
B Mahlberg, I Freund, JC Cuaresma, A Prskawetz
Labour economics 22, 5-15, 2013
1492013
Social involvement, behavioural risks and cognitive functioning among older people
H Engelhardt, I Buber, V Skirbekk, A Prskawetz
Ageing & Society 30 (5), 779-809, 2010
1362010
Preference theory and low fertility: A comparative perspective
A Vitali, FC Billari, A Prskawetz, MR Testa
European Journal of Population/Revue européenne de démographie 25 (4), 413-438, 2009
1252009
The relationship between demographic change and economic growth in the EU
A Prskawetz, T Fent, W Barthel, J Crespo-Cuaresma, T Lindh, ...
Report for Tender VT/2005/035, 2007
1222007
A Model on the Escape from the Malthusian Trap
G Steinmann, A Prskawetz, G Feichtinger
Journal of population economics 11 (4), 535-550, 1998
1201998
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