Tatjana Neuhuber holds a master degree in International Social and Public Policy, a bachelor degree in Sociology and a bachelor degree in Economics. She works as a research and teaching assistant at the Institute of Spatial Planning, Department of Public Finance and Infrastructure Policy. In her PhD she focuses on spatial inequality and its distribution across regional and urban spheres. Furthermore, she is interested in the spatial allocation of public finances, especially in regard to social and cultural infrastructure, and its implications for justice and equality.
Fields of research
- Urban and Participatory Governance
- Regional Inequality, Spatial Justice, Welfare Planning
- Social and Territorial Cohesion, Federalism, Public Finance and Expenditure
- Spatial Econometric Analysis
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