Prof. Melanie Krause, Ph.D.
I am a Junior Professor in Macroeconomics
at the University of Hamburg.
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My work crosses the fields of International Macroeconomics and Applied Econometrics.
Main interests: Empirical Analysis of Growth, Inequality and Development .
Research grant (2017-2020) by the German Research Foundation (DFG) for the project Shining (New) Light on Regional Inequality, Convergence and Development, jointly with Richard Bluhm and Christian Lessmann. Click here for more information.
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- Parametric Lorenz Curves and the Modality of the Income Density Function, Review of Income and Wealth 60, 2014, pp.905-929. Link to article. Draft version.
- Working Papers
- Work in Progress
- Regional Convergence at the County Level: The Role of Commuters,
joint work with Sebastian Kripfganz.
- Growth and Spatial Inequality,
joint work with Richard Bluhm and Christian Lessmann.
- Population, Light, and the Size Distribution of Cities,
joint work with Christian Düben.
- Rising Mean Incomes for Whom?,
joint work with Liang Frank Shao.
- When is Inequality Detrimental to Growth? - Perspectives from a Novel Cross-Country Approach, joint work with Michael Binder.
- Solving the MAUP in Regional Convergence Models,
joint work with Richard Bluhm and Jesús Crespo Cuaresma.
- Smaller Notes