Stephan Schulmeister

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Stephan Schulmeister (* 26 August 1947) is an Austrian economist.

He has been working for the Austrian Institute of Economic Research since 1972, mainly in the fields of „midterm prognosis, longterm economic development, financial markets and international trade". His numerous publications, which tend to be critical of neoliberal policies,[1] and his support for a pan-European New Deal[2] made him one of the most well known Austrian economists. His fields of study are Industrial Economics, Innovation and international competition, foreign economics and international economic trade, financial markets and business strategies.

Schulmeister has been a visiting professor at various international Institutes such as New York University and University of New Hampshire.

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  1. ^ die tageszeitung: Marktreligiöse Wissenschaft. 5 May 2009
  2. ^ die tageszeitung: Wohl dem, der jetzt zahlt. 10 July 2010

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