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Claudia Reiter joined the World Population (POP) Program as a Research Assistant in July 2018. Her main research focus is the collection, preparation and evaluation of data on education. She is further interested in the interrelation between environmental change and population dynamics.
Previous to joining IIASA, Ms. Reiter contributed to research projects at the Institute for Public Sector Economics at the WU (Vienna). She holds a Master's of Science degree in Socio-ecological Economics and Policy also from the WU and a Bachelor’s degree in Economics (University of Vienna) and International Management (University of Applied Science FH JOANNEUM). She has also completed parts of her studies at the University of Santiago de Chile.
Last update: 12-JUL-2018
Lutz, W., Reiter, C. , Özdemir, C., Yildiz, D. , Guimaraes, R. , & Goujon, A. (2021). Skills-adjusted human capital shows rising global gap. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 118 (7), e2015826118. 10.1073/pnas.2015826118.
Reiter, C. & Lutz, W. (2020). Survival and Years of Good Life in Finland in the very long run. Finnish Yearbook of Population Research 54, 1-27. 10.23979/fypr.87148.
Goujon, A. & Reiter, C. (2020). The future of the Protestant Church: Estimates for Austria and for the Provinces of Burgenland, Carinthia and Vienna. Vienna Institute of Demography
Speringer, M., Goujon, A. , K.C., S., Potančoková, M. , Reiter, C. , Jurasszovich, S., & Eder, J. (2019). Global Reconstruction of Educational Attainment, 1950 to 2015: Methodology and Assessment. Vienna Institute of Demography
Goujon, A. , Reiter, C. , & Potančoková, M. (2018). Religious Affiliations in Austria at the Provincial Level: Estimates for Vorarlberg, 2001-2018. Vienna Institute of Demography
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