1. Distributional impacts of disaster-risk financing in a strutural gap model: Application to Madagascar
      Nepomuk Dunz Asjad Naqvi
    2. Building Back Better in Small Island Developing States in the Pacific: Initial Insights from the BinD Model of Disaster Risk Management Policy Options in Fiji
      ADB report, 2022
    3. Street-level emissions exposure and socioeconomic vulnerability: Evidence for a large-scale micro-simulation for the city of Vienna
      Working paper, 2022
    4. Accessibility, Socioeconomic and Climate Impacts of Zone-based Shared, Electric, Autonomous Vehicles (SAEVs): A case study of Vienna
      Working paper, 2022
    5. WRE
      21st Century Water Withdrawal Decoupling: A Pathway to a more Water-wise World
      Asjad Naqvi Felix Dalstein
      Water Resources and Economics, 2022


    1. Sci Rep
      Assessing the cascading impacts of natural disasters in a multi-layer behavioral network framework
      Irene Monasterolo Asjad Naqvi
      Scientific Reports, Dec 2021
    2. JCP
      Decoupling trends of emissions across EU regions and the role of environmental policies
      Asjad Naqvi
      Journal of Cleaner Production, Dec 2021
    3. JFS
      Climate sentiments, transition risk, and financial stability in a stock-flow consistent model
      Irene Monasterolo Nepomuk Dunz
      Journal of Financial Stability, Dec 2021
    4. Sci Data
      COVID-19 European regional tracker
      Asjad Naqvi
      Nature Scientific Data, Dec 2021
    5. Analyzing the spillover effects of climate policies in a stock-flow consistent model: The case of Austria and the Western Balkans
      Irene Monasterolo Asjad Naqvi
      Working paper, Dec 2021
    6. Air (Ine)Quality in the EU
      Asjad Naqvi Klara Zwickl
      Working paper, Dec 2021


    1. OR Spectr
      The risk and consequences of multiple breadbasket failures: An integrated copula and multilayer agent-based modeling approach
      Stefan Hochrainer-Stigler Asjad Naqvi
      OR Spectrum, Sep 2020
    2. Sociodemographic disparities in ambient particulate matter exposure in Austria
      Asjad Naqvi Klara Zwickl
      Working paper, Sep 2020
    3. Distributional impact of flooding across European regions and sectors
      Asjad Naqvi Jonas Peisker
      Working paper, Sep 2020


    1. Sustainability
      Reflecting Disaster Risk in Development Indicators
      Asjad Naqvi Junko Mochizuki
      Sustainability, Sep 2019
    2. Sustainability
      Bioeconomy Transitions through the Lens of Coupled Social-Ecological Systems: A Framework for Place-Based Responsibility in the Global Resource System
      Liesbeth Schutter, Stefan Giljum, Tiina Häyhä, and 4 more authors
      Sustainability, Oct 2019


    1. EJ
      Learning, Hygiene and Traditional Medicine
      Wolf-Peter Schmidt Daniel Bennett
      The Economic Journal, Oct 2018
    2. Ecol Econ
      Directed technological change in a post-Keynesian ecological macromodel
      Engelbert Stockhammer Asjad Naqvi
      Ecological Economics, Aug 2018
    3. Understanding the historic land institutions, inequality, and long-run development in a Regression Discontinuity Design
      Ali Cheema, Asjad Naqvi, Farooq Naseer, and 1 more author
      Working paper, Aug 2018
    4. Class-less? Wealth, Income, and the Crisis in Europe
      Julia Hofmann Miriam Rehm
      Arbeiterkammer (AK) Wien working paper, Aug 2018


    1. Ecol Econ
      Fifty shades of green: Revisiting decoupling by economic sectors and air pollutants
      Klara Zwickl Asjad Naqvi
      Ecological Economics, Mar 2017
    2. World Dev
      Deep Impact: Geo-Simulations as a Policy Toolkit for Natural Disasters
      Asjad Naqvi
      World Development, Mar 2017



      1. Health Econ
        Constraints on Compliance and the Impact of Health Information in Rural Pakistan
        Wolf-Peter Schmidt Daniel Bennett
        Health Economics, Mar 2015
      2. Modeling Growth, Distributions and the Environment in a Stock‑flow consistent Framework
        Asjad Naqvi
        WWWforEurope Policy Paper 18, Mar 2015


      1. JEIC
        A multi-agent model of a low income economy: simulating the distributional effects of natural disasters
        Miriam Rehm Asjad Naqvi
        Journal of Economic Interaction and Coordination, Mar 2014