Prof. Melanie Krause, Ph.D.
I am a Visiting Professor at Leipzig University and a Junior Professor of Economics at Hamburg University.
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My work focuses on Urban and Regional Economics, Development Economics, Income Inequality.
In my data-driven empirical analysis, I use Geo-Spatial Data and Machine Leaning Methods.
Research grant (2017-2020) by the German Research Foundation (DFG) for the project Shining (New) Light on Regional Inequality, Convergence and Development, jointly with Richard Bluhm and Christian Lessmann. Click here for more information.
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- The Emperor's Geography - City Locations, Nature and Institutional Optimization,
joint work with Christian Düben, Conditionally Accepted at Economic Journal, Working Paper version
- Top Lights - Bright Cities and Their Contribution to Economic Development,
joint work with Richard Bluhm, Journal of Development Economics 157, 2022, article 102880. Working Paper version
- Air Pollution in an Urban World: A Global View on Density, Cities, and Emissions,
joint work with David Castells-Quintana and Elisa Dienesch, Ecological Economics 189, 2021, article 107153. Link to article. Working Paper version
- The Urbanising Force of Global Warming: The Role of Climate Change in the Spatial Distribution of Population,
joint work with David Castells-Quintana and Tom McDermott, Journal of Economic Geography 21(4), 2021, pp.531-556. Link to article. Online appendix. Draft version
- Population, Light, and the Size Distribution of Cities,
joint work with Christian Düben. Journal of Regional Science 61(1), 2021, pp.189-211.
Link to article. Online appendix
- Working Papers
- The Geographical Determinants of Within-City Heterogeneity in Urban Density,
joint work with André Seidel. CESifo Working Paper 8660
- Smaller Notes
- Corrigendum to "Elliptical Lorenz Curves" [J. Econom. 40 (1989) 327 - 338], Journal of Econometrics 174, 2013, p.44. Link to article. Draft version