2017-Present: Student Assistant for Health Economics and Policy at the Institute for Advanced Studies, Vienna.
2017-Present: Graduate Studies in Economics Vienna University of Economics and Business
2012-2017: Undergraduate Studies in Economics at Vienna University of Economics and Business
Anita Heindlmaier is a senior scientist at the University of Salzburg/Salzburg Centre of European Union Studies (SCEUS). She is part of the international NORFACE-project TransJudFare (Transnationalization and judicialization of welfare) and was a visiting researcher at the University of Bremen (Institut für Interkulturelle und Internationale Studien) and at Sciences Po Paris (Centre d’études européennes).
Her research focuses on free movement and social rights within the European Union. In her dissertation, she deals with the question of how EU Member States handle EU (case) law on EU social citizenship on the ground and conducts comparative case studies for Austria, Germany and France.
She studied political science, international law and French linguistics at the Ludwig-Maximilians-University of Munich and the University of Montreal.
Monika Riedel received her PhD in economics in 1994 from Vienna University. Her thesis analysed (1) mobility between spells of unemployment with respect to employers and industries and (2) wage developments in course of this mobility. In 1999, she moved to IHS in Vienna and co-founded the research group Health Economics and Health Policy.
Since then, her research focussed on current and future health expenditure, efficiency of health systems, international comparisons of health and care systems, population ageing, and the development of social security systems.
She led national projects, participated in EU-funded projects, served as a thematic expert on long-term care systems in EU peer reviews, and regularly teaches on Austrian universities.