Working Paper Series
The MODUL University Working Paper Series was created to promote a more unified dissemination of the research conducted at MODUL University Vienna and to add to the university’s research documentation. The Series aims to disseminate pre-publication research outputs from MODUL University faculty and affiliated researchers on a timely basis.
Co-editors of the MODUL University Working Paper Series are Dimitris Christopoulos (dimitris.christopoulossymbolmodul.acpunktat) and Ulrich Gunter (ulrich.guntersymbolmodul.acpunktat). The views expressed in each MODUL University Working Paper are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect those of MODUL University Vienna.
Papers can be downloaded from the links on the right of this page, and are also uploaded to the online repository Social Sciences Research Network. The copyright policies of the Social Sciences Research Network apply.
Published Working Papers
- MODUL University Working Paper No. 7, December 2016
The Pathways and Challenges of University Engagement: Comparative Case Studies in Austria Harvey Goldstein, Verena Radinger-Peer, Sabine Sedlacek
- MODUL University Working Paper No. 6, March 2016
Barriers to the Generation of University Spin-offs: A Case Study of Vienna
Harvey Goldstein, Verena Peer, Sabine Sedlacek
- MODUL University Working Paper No. 5, June 2015
Forecasting Performance of a Two-Country DSGE Model of the Euro Area and the United States: The Merits of Diverging Interest-Rate Rules
- MODUL University Working Paper No. 4, May 2015
The Interplay between Payout Policies and Debt inside Banking Firms
- MODUL University Working Paper No. 3, May 2015
The Funding of Subsidiaries Equity, "Double Leverage", and the Risk of Bank Holding Companies (BHC)
- MODUL University Working Paper No. 2, March 2015
Towards Cross-domain Decision Making in Tourism: A Linked Data based Approach
Marta Sabou, Irem Önder, Adrian M. P. Brasoveanu, Arno Scharl
- MODUL University Working Paper No. 1, January 2015
International Ecotourism and Economic Development in Central America and the Caribbean
Ulrich Gunter, M. Graziano Ceddia, Bernhard Tröster