Mag. Christine Mayrhuber

Christine Mayrhuber is Senior Economist at WIFO and has been working in the Research Group "Labour Economics, Income and Social Security" since 1999. Her research focuses on issues of income development and income distribution, the structure and financing of pension insurance, the redistributive effects of welfare state structures, and the new challenges for social security mechanisms in changing labor markets and under destandardized income patterns.  Her projects for national and European clients (EU Parliament) include issues of old-age security from a gender perspective. She is a long-standing member of the Commission on Long-Term Pension Security in Austria. After studying economics at the Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration, she was a research associate at the Institute for Advanced Studies before joining WIFO. Christine Mayrhuber is a Käthe Reichter Award winner.

Ongoing project since: 13.12.2023
Contractor project: Dachverband der Sozialversicherungsträger, Austrian Economic Chamber, Federal Chamber of Labour
Ongoing project since: 22.06.2023
Contractor project: Federal Ministry of Social Affairs, Health, Care and Consumer Protection