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ADELINA GSCHWANDTNER

Department of Economics                                                  Wordle: Work2 Adelina Gschwandtner       

University of Vienna

BWZ, Bruenner Strasse 72

1210, Vienna, Austria

Tel: 00431 4277 7480                                                                       

Fax: 00431 4277 37498

Email: adelina.gschwandtner@univie.ac.at

Personal website: http://homepage.univie.ac.at/adelina.gschwandtner/

 

 


 

RESEARCH INTERESTS

 

  • Empirical Industrial Organization, Applied Economics, Videostatement (German)

 

CURRENT AND PAST POSITIONS

 

 

  • Nov. 2002 - Dec. 2008: Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, University of Vienna
  • March 2003: Research Fellow at the Brigham Young University (Provo, Utah, US)
  • Nov. 1998 - Nov. 2002: Teaching Assistant, Department of Economics, University of Vienna

 

EDUCATION

 

  • March 2002: PhD in Economics, University of Vienna, Austria.
    • Topic: Evolution of the largest US corporations 1950-2000
      • Supervisor: Prof. Dennis C. Mueller
      • Committee: Prof. Dennis C. Mueller, Prof. Gerhard Clemenz

 

 

PUBLICATIONS:

 

Peer Reviewed Articles

 

 

 1. Gschwandtner, A and V.E. Lambson (2010): “Entry Costs, Depreciation and Industry Dynamicsâ€, The Review of Economics and Statistics, revise and resubmit.

 

 2. Gschwandtner, A.(2010): "Evolution of Profit Persistence in the US: Evidence from three periods", The Manchester School, forthcoming.

 

 3. Cuaresma, J.C. and A. Gschwandtner (2008): “Tracing the dynamics of competition: Evidence from company profitsâ€, Economic Inquiry,Vol. 46, Issue 2, pp. 208-213. 

 

 4. Cable, J. and A. Gschwandtner (2008): “On Modelling the Persistence of Profits in the Long Run: An Analysis of 156 US Companies, 1950-1999â€, International Journal of the Economics of Business, 15(2),

     pp. 245-263. 

 

 5. Gschwandtner, A. and M. Hauser (2008): "Modelling Profit Series: Nonstationarity and long Memory", Applied Economics, 40(11), pp. 1475-1482. 

 

 6. Gschwandtner, A. and V.E. Lambson (2006): "Sunk Costs, Profit Volatility, and Turnover", Economic Inquiry, 44(2), pp. 367-373. 

 

 7. Cuaresma, J.C. and A. Gschwandtner (2006): "The competitive environment hypothesis revisited: Nonlinearity, nonstationarity and profit persistenceâ€, Applied Economics, 38(4/10), pp. 465 - 472. 

 

 8. Gschwandtner, A. (2005): "Profit Persistence in the "Very" Long Run: Evidence from Survivors and Exiters", Applied Economics, 37(7), pp. 793-806. 

 

 9. Gschwandtner, A. and V.E. Lambson (2002): "The Effects of Sunk Costs on Entry and Exit: Evidence from 36 Countries", Economics Letters 77(1), pp. 109-115.

 

Articles in Volumes:

 

  1. Gschwandtner, A. (2004): “Comparing two different trade policy tools†in "Romania joining the European Union: The fight with time", Vol. I, pp. 499-507. Editura Economica: Bucharest, Romania.

 

Working papers, presented at conferences or seminars

 

  1. Cuaresma, J.C. and A. Gschwandtner (2008): “Explaining the persistence of profits: A time-varying approachâ€, Working Paper 0806, Department of Economics, University of Vienna.
  2. Gschwandtner, A. and V.E. Lambson (2008): “Entry Costs, Depreciation and Industry Dynamicsâ€, Working Paper, Department of Economics, University of Vienna  
  3. Gschwandtner, A. (2008): “Evolution of Profit Persistence in the US: evidence from four 20-years periodsâ€, Working Paper, Department of Economics, University of Vienna
  4. Gschwandtner, A. and Youchang Wu (2009): "Profit Persistence and Stock Returns", Mimeo, Department of Economics, University of Vienna.

 

OTHER RESEARCH ACTIVITIES

 

Referee for:

  • International Journal of the Economics of Business
  • Manchester School

 

Memberships

 

Prizes and Awards

 

PRESENTATIONS IN CONFERENCES AND SEMINARS

 

 

TEACHING, TRAINING AND ADMINISTRATIVE DUTIES:

 

Teaching

 

  • Research Group on Principles of Economics for Economic Students (1999 - Now)
  • Principles of Economics for Business Informatics Students (2007 -Now)
  • Macroeconomics (2002-2008)
  • Microeconomics (2002-2005)
  • Industrial Economics (1999-2002)

 

Selected Supervised Students:

 

     Master Thesis:

 

  • Sabine Holler (2006): Die (Un-)Abhängigkeit des Abschlussprüfers aus dem Blickwinkel der Quasirententheorie.

  • Bernadette Schogger (2008): Eine Studie über den Einfluss von Markenbindung und Preisbereitschaft beim von Bioprodukten in Österreich.

  • Marion Karl (2008): Endogene und exogene Preisdeterminanten bei online Auktionen am empirischen Fallbeispiel von eBay.

  • Sandra Malijebtou (2010): Maßnahmen für eine erfolgreiche wirtschaftliche und soziale Integration- aus Sicht muslimischer Immigranten.

  • Alexandra Zlabinger (2010): Anstieg von Rechtspopulismus zur Zeit von Krise.

 

 

     Master Thesis:

  •  

  • Julia Gülden-Zeisberger (2008): Die Phillipskurve – Der Zusammenhang zwischen Inflation und Arbeitslosenquote in Österreich

  • Natalie Licht (2008): Die makroökonomischen Auswirkungen von Hartz IV.

 

 

Training:

 

  • December 2009: Workshop for the UG 2002 Amendment- Richard Gamauf (University of Vienna)
  • December 2009: Worshop for gender related duties of the equal opportunities party - Elisabeth Holzleithner, Nikloaus Benke (Donau University Krems)
  • November 2009: 'Fit for 40' Workshop for the UG 2002 Amendment (University of Vienna)
  • April 2005: Research Promotion 1- Stipends and Prizes (University of Vienna - Mag. Brigitta Moravec)
  • April 2005: Research Promotion 2 - Projects (University of Vienna - Mag. Brigitta Moravec)
  • November 2004: Professional Sponsoring and Fundraising (University of Vienna - Mag. Martin füll)
  • June 2004: Presentations and Lectures in the University Context (University of Vienna - M.A. Ruth Pappenheim)
  • May 2004: Writing Scientific Texts (University of Vienna - M.A. Ruth Pappenheim)
  • May 2003: The creative Presentation (University of Vienna - Dr. Fleur Wöss)
  • May 2003: Rhetoric for women in science (University of Vienna - Mag. Iris Appiano-Kugler)
  • June 2003: MS-PowerPoint (Vienna University Computer Center)
  • November 1999: Summer School in Industrial Economics, E.S.F.I., Valbonne, France
  • Summer 1999: SAS - Introduction for Statisticians (University of Vienna - Mag. Alexandra Kaider)

 

Administrative duties

  • Substitute Member for the Economics Faculty Conference of the University of Vienna
  • Member of the Institute Conference (Department of Economics, University of Vienna)
  • Member of the Commission for Professorial Positions (Department of Economics, University of Vienna)

 

OTHER INFORMATION:

 

  • Nationality: Austrian
  • Maiden Name: Adelina Raicu
  • Languages: English, German (fluent), Romanian (mother tongue)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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