Social-Ecological Economics | Sustainability Research | Feminist Economics
Katharina Gramiller joined us in mid-September as a project assistant. She studied socioeconomics at the Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration and gender studies at the University of Vienna. She has already gained experience as a research assistant for the EU-SILC at Statistics Austria and at Gesundheit Österreich GmbH. In her master thesis in socioeconomics, she conducted a policy analysis on the gendered distribution of unpaid care work in Austria. The work was funded by the AK Oberösterreich.
Together with our colleagues Johannes Suitner and Alina Bärnthaler she works on transformative measures for climate resilient mountain regions in the project MountResilience.