Rafael Wildauer

Rafael Wildauer BA, MSc, PhD

Rafael Wildauer

Rafael Wildauer
BA, MSc, PhD

Lecturer in Economics

Department of International Business and Economics

Business School

Prior to joining the department of International Business and Economics at the University of Greenwich Rafael Wildauer worked as a Lecturer in Business Economics at Kingston University Business School. He holds a PhD in Economics from Kingston University (supervisor: Prof. Engelbert Stockhammer) and completed Bachelors and Masters degrees in Economics at the University of Vienna.

Rafael Wildauer's research focuses on four areas: First, the investigation of the effects of changes in the distribution of income on economic growth and the indebtedness of the household sector; second, statistical modelling of the distribution of household wealth based on survey data; third, the development of empirical stock flow consistent macroeconomic models for forecasting and structural policy analysis; and fourth, the analysis of national accounts, both with respect to the limitations which come with the attempt to measure household well-being instead of actual incomes and expenditures as well as the distortions in GDP and trade data due to corporate tax avoidance.