Hannah Lucia Müller is working as Project Assistant at the Department of Public Finance and Infrastructure Policy (IFIP).
She studied international political economy in Maastricht and Quito and holds a masters’ degree in Socio-Ecological Economics and Policy from WU Wien. In her masters’ thesis she investigated ownership structures and prices of residential building land in Vienna and analyzed them in the context of economic theories of land as well as relevant institutions in the field.
Next to her work at IFIP she is conducting research on transformative actions for climate-friendly settlement structures as part of the ACRP project TRANSREAL.
- Infrastructure politics and economics
- Land and housing policy
- Socio-ecological economics
- Public and private property
- Multi-level governance
- Economic geography
- Political economy
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