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Dr. Stephanie Reich



Dr. Stephanie Reich

phone: +49 (0)761 203-3783
Room: 02013


Research Interests


Public Economics, Environmental Economics


Employment history

11/2019 - present Postdoctoral researcher and lecturerer, Chair of Environmental Economics and Resource Management, University of Freiburg
05/2015 - 06/2020 Teaching and Research Assistent, University of Basel, Switzerland
2019 & 2020  10 Month maternity leave
10/2013 - 12/2013 Internship. Schaeffler Group North America, USA
11/2012 - 05/2015 Student assistant and internship, Investment Banking (M&A), Mummert and Company Corporate FInance GmbH (now Raymond James), Munich, Germany
05/2011 - 08/2012 Tutor for Management and Accounting and Macroeconmics, Albert-Ludwigs-University Freiburg, Germany
03/2012 - 05/2012 Research Internship, Environmental Economics, Centre for European Economic Research (ZWE), Mannheim, Germany
03/2011 - 05/2011 Internship, KPMG (former BrainNet Supply Chain Management Consulting AG), Germany


05/2015 - 04/2020 PhD, Faculty of Business and Economics, University of Basel, Switzerland, supervised by Prof. Dr. Beat Hintermann and Prof. Dr. Kurt Schmidheiny
10/2012 - 03/2015 M. Sc. in Economics, Anita August Prize for best thesis: Inequality and preferences for redistriburion, LMU Munich, Germany
10/2009 - 07/2012 B. Sc. in Economics, Top 5%, Albert-Ludwigs-University Freiburg, Germany
09/2011 - 02/2012 Erasmus Scholarship, University of Valencia, Spain
10/2008 - 10/2009 Studies in English and American Literature and Business Administration, Albert-Ludwigs-University, Freiburg


Articles published in peer-reviewed journals

  • Decentralization with porous borders: Public production in a federation with tax competition and spillovers, with Beat Hintermann, International Tax and Public Finance (2019): 1-37.
  • Lost in lockdown? COVID-19, social distancing and mental health in Germany, with Valentin Klotzbuecher, Covid
    Economics, CEPR: Vetted and Real Time Papers Review, 22: 117-153. (peer-reviewed series without loss of copyright)


Working papers and work in progress

  • Armbruster, Stephanie, 2020. ''The fair-minded rich and healthy? (Youth) unemployment, inequality and fairness
    concerns in preferences for redistribution'', Working papers 2020/02, Faculty of Business and Economics, Universityof Basel
  • Informed by wet feet: How do floods affect property prices? with Beat Hintermann and Andreas Zischg
  • Helplines and COVID-19 with Marius Brülhart, Rafael Lalive and Valentin Klotzbuecher,
  • Inequality-Led Migration and Endogenous Economic Growth with Annie Tubadji, Peter Nijkamp, Joachim Moeller and Corrado Benassi
  • Risk, Uncertainty and Insurance under Climate Change, with Stefan BaumgärtnerThe fair-minded rich and healthy? (Youth) unemployment, inequality and fairness concerns in preferences for redistribution


Talks at Conferences, Summer schools and courses

  • 2020: EARE, Berlin, online; Machine Learning for Economists, Course, University of Basel, CH
  • 2018: WCERE, Gothenborg, Sweden ;SSES Annual Conference, St. Gallen, CH, SURED Conference, Ascona, CH, Economics Lunch Basel, CH
  • 2017: Swiss Program in Environmental and Energy Economics (SPEE), Ph.D. Summer School 2017 (Prof. Meredith Fowlie, Prof. Maximilian Auffhammer), University of Basel, CH;IIPF DOCTORAL SCHOOL
  • 2017, Dynamics of Inequality, CESifo Conference center, Munich, Germany; Nachwuchsworkshop Umwelt- und Ressourcenoekonomie, Verein fuer Sozialpolitk, Basel, CH
  • 2016: Conference Public Sector Economics, Zagreb ,Croatia ;CESIfo Venice Summer Institut, Discussant at Workshop on Political Economy Aspects of Income (Re-)Distribution, Venice,Italy; VII Workshop on institutions, ind. behavior and economic outcomes, Alghero, Italien; Annual Meeting of the European Public Choice Society (EPCS), Freiburg, Germany;
    Economics Lunch Basel, CH, Empirical Methods in Energy and Environmental Economics, Course, M. Filippini, W. Greene, ETH Zurich, CH
  • 2015: 7th Bernoulli Workshop, Basel, CH; 26th Jerusalem School in Economic Theory: Dynamic games, Summer School on theoretical aspects of dynamic games, Jerusalem, Israel


Teaching activities

2019 - 2020:  Assistant Bachelor Course Environmental Economics, Assistant Master Course The Economics of Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services, University of Freiburg
2015 - 2020: Assistant Bachelor Seminar, Assistant Master Seminar in Public Economics, Tutor Advanced Publlic Economics, University of Basel 

Referee Activities

European Journal of Political Economy, International Tax and Public Finance, Ecological Economics


Prizes and fellowships

2018: antelope@university program, University Basel, Switzerland
2015: Anita August Prize for best thesis: Inequality and preferences for redistribution, LMU Munich,
2012-2013: ECONnect Program, Participant at LMU Munich, Germany
2012-2015: Awarded online scholarship, e-fellows.de
2010-2011: Collaboration in a student consultancy, TriRhena Student Consulting e.V., Freiburg,


 CV for download

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