Anna Burton, BSc, MSc

Anna Burton is economist and has been working in the Research Group "Regional Economics and Spatial Analysis" at WIFO since 2020. Her research focuses on issues related to tourism and leisure economics, in particular the analysis of economic policy measures in a regional context and regional development, as well as national and international impact analyses. Anna Burton also teaches various subjects in statistics and macroeconomics at Modul University Vienna, University of Applied Sciences WKW Vienna and University of Applied Sciences BFI Vienna. She completed her master's degree at Columbia University in New York and has been conducting research on sustainable innovation and regional resilience in tourism as part of her PhD studies at Modul University Vienna since 2019. Prior, she gained experience as a research associate at the Institute for Business Ethics and Sustainable Strategy (IBES) at the University of Applied Sciences WKW Vienna and analyst in the private sector.

Closed: 31.05.2024
Contractor project: Erlebnis-Therme Amadé Badbetriebsführungs GmbH, AVITA Resort GmbH & Co KG, Kurzentrum Bad Hofgastein GmbH & Co. KG, Therme Seewinkel Betriebsgesellschaft m.b.H. – St. Martins Therme & Lodge, Tourismusverband Thermen- & Vulkanland
Keywords: Tourism, Thermal spa, Economic impact, Value added, Employment effects
Closed: 30.06.2023
Contractor project: Austrian Economic Chamber
Keywords: Tourism, Spa, Wellness, Impact analysis
Closed: 12.01.2024
Contractor project: Austrian National Tourist Office
Keywords: Tourism, Forecasting, Value added, Revenue, Overnight stays