2020 – ongoing PhD candidate (Sociology), Department of Economic Sociology, University of Vienna, supervisor: Prof. Bernhard Kittel
2016 – ongoing BA (Political Science), Department of Political Science & Department of Governance, University of Vienna
2016 – 2019 MSc (Business Administration), Faculty of Business, Economics and Statistics, University of Vienna, Master’s thesis: “Inequality and welfare attitudes: a comparative analysis”, supervisor: Prof. Bernhard Kittel
2011 – 2015 BSc (International Business Administration), Faculty of Business, Economics and Statistics, University of Vienna
2020 – ongoing Project staff, Austrian Corona Panel Project (ACPP), Department of Economic Sociology, University of Vienna
2017 Summer School, Higher School of Economics (HSE) University, Moscow, Russia
2013 Erasmus stay abroad, University of Reading, United Kingdom
2012 Summer School, MGIMO University, Moscow, Russia
2022 Individual grant, City of Vienna, MA 7
2013 Erasmus+ grant
2022 – ongoing Vienna Public Health Equity Project (ViePHEP)
2020 – ongoing Austrian Corona Panel Project (ACPP)
2020 Application to an EC Horizon 2020 COVID-19 call
2022 Member of the Austrian Health Economics Association (ATHEA)
2020 Doctoral candidate at the Vienna Doctoral School of Social Sciences (ViDSS)
2020 Research staff at the Vienna Center for Electoral Research (VieCER)
2022 EuHEA Conference in Oslo, Norway (Health economics for sustainable welfare systems)
2021 – each semester KU Economic Sociology – Basics (MA)
Kittel, Bernhard & Thomas Resch. „Erwerbsverläufe und psychisches Wohlbefinden während der SARS-CoV-2 Pandemie in Österreich.” Wirtschaft und Gesellschaft, 46.4 (2020): 537-557.
UNDER REVIEW/WORKING PAPERS
Human Behaviour & Distributive Justice: What is fair in health?, Working Paper.
Vulnerable and risk groups amidst the COVID-19 pandemic: Preventive behaviours, preferences, and perceptions, Under Review.
Survival of the fittest? Beliefs in “Social Darwinism” and attitudes towards fair healthcare access, Working Paper.
The Socio-Economy of Mental Health amidst the COVID-19 Pandemic: A two-way effect, Conference Paper.
Provider and patient delay: Income, utilisation, and comorbidities predict health care accessibility in Austria, the UK and the USA during the COVID-19 pandemic, Working Paper.
Willing and able? Tax contributions and health policy preferences, Working Paper.
Private health insurance and redistribution preferences in the Austrian health care system: A case of mere self-interest? Conference Paper.
With Fabian Kalleitner: Equality, need, or equity? Explaining public preferences for the allocation of EU financial assistance, Working Paper.
With Katharina Kieslich & Barbara Prainsack: In the Eye of the Storm: Public Preferences for Medical Prioritisation in ICUs during the COVID-19 Pandemic, Working Paper.Determinants of private health insurance take-up: Mid-pandemic evidence from Austria & the Netherlands, Working Paper.
Determinants of private health insurance take-up: Mid-pandemic evidence from Austria & the Netherlands, Working Paper.
Diverse ACPP-Blog Posts
Working title: Equity in health care: Preferences, principles, and priorities. [with ACPP & ViePHEP data]