Fachartikel

Boris Hirsch

Hirsch, B., Jahn, E. J., & Schnabel, C. (2018). Do employers have more monopsony power in slack labor markets?. ILR Review71(3), 676-704.

Hirsch, B. (2016). Dual labor markets at work: The impact of employers’ use of temporary agency work on regular workers’ job stability. ILR Review69(5), 1191-1215.

Hirsch, B., & Jahn, E. J. (2015). Is there monopsonistic discrimination against immigrants?. ILR Review68(3), 501-528.

Hirsch, B., & Mueller, S. (2012). The productivity effect of temporary agency work: Evidence from German panel data. The Economic Journal122(562), F216-F235.

Hirsch, B., Schank, T., & Schnabel, C. (2010). Differences in labor supply to monopsonistic firms and the gender pay gap: An empirical analysis using linked employer-employee data from Germany. Journal of Labor Economics28(2), 291-330.

 

Thomas Huth

Huth, T. (1998). Geldzins und Güterpreise, the European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, Vol. 5.

Huth, T. (1996). Geschichte und Kritik der Kapitalzinstheorie, the European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, Vol. 3.

 

Michael Lamla

Lamla, M. J. & Vinogradov, D. V. (2019). Big News for Little People? Announcement Effects of Central Bank Communication, 2019, Journal of Monetary Economics, 108, 21-38.

Dräger, L., Lamla, M. J., & Pfajfar, D. (2016). Are survey expectations theory-consistent? The role of central bank communication and news. European Economic Review85, 84-111.

Lamla, M. J., & Maag, T. (2012). The role of media for inflation forecast disagreement of households and professional forecasters. Journal of Money, Credit and Banking44(7), 1325-1350.

Lamla, M. J., & Lein, S. M. (2014). The role of media for consumers’ inflation expectation formation. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization106, 62-77.

Gassebner, M., Gaston, N., & Lamla, M. J. (2011). The inverse domino effect: Are economic reforms contagious?. International Economic Review52(1), 183-200.

Conrad, C., & Lamla, M. J. (2010). The high‐frequency response of the EUR‐USD exchange rate to ECB communication. Journal of Money, Credit and Banking42(7), 1391-1417.

 

Mario Mechtel

Hett, F., Markus, K. &  Mechtel, M. (accepted for publication). The Structure and Behavioral Effects of Revealed Social Identity Preferences. Economic Journal.

Hermes, H., Hett, F., Mechtel, M., Schmidt, F., Schunk, D. & Wagner, V. (2019). Do children cooperate conditionally? Adapting the strategy method for first-graders. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization.

Bernard, M., Hett, F., & Mechtel, M. (2016). Social identity and social free-riding. European Economic Review90, 4-17.

Friehe, T., & Mechtel, M. (2014). Conspicuous consumption and political regimes: Evidence from East and West Germany. European Economic Review67, 62-81.

Mechtel, M. (2014). It's the occupation, stupid! Explaining candidates' success in low-information elections. European Journal of Political Economy33, 53-70.

 

Christian Pfeifer

Pfeifer, C. & Stephan, G. (2019). Why women do not ask: Gender differences in fairness perceptions of own wages and
subsequent wage growth. Cambridge Journal of Economics 43(2): 295-310.

Pfeifer, C. (2016). Intra-firm Wage Compression and Cost Coverage of Training: Evidence from Linked Employer-
Employee Data. Industrial and Labor Relations Review 69(2): 435-454. 

Pfeifer, C. (2013). Cyclical absenteeism among private sector, public sector and self-employed workers. Health
Economics 22(3): 366-370.

Pfeifer, C. & Schneck, S. (2012). Relative Wage Positions and Quit Behavior: Evidence from Linked Employer-Employee
Data. Industrial and Labor Relations Review 65(1): 126-147.

Pfeifer, C. & Cornelißen, T. (2010). The Impact of Participation in Sports on Educational Attainment – New Evidence
from Germany. Economics of Education Review 29(1): 94-103.

 

Joachim Wagner                                                                                        

Wagner J. (2019). International Trade in Goods – Evidence from Transaction Data.   New Jersey etc.: World Scientific Publishing Co. 

Wagner, J. (2016). Microeconometrics of International Trade. (World Scientific Studies in International Economics 52) New Yersey etc.: World Scientific Publishing Co. 

Wagner, J. (2012). International Trade and Firm Performance: A Survey of Empirical Studies since 2006, Review of World Economics 148.

Andersson, M. & Wagner, J. (2008). Understanding cross-country differences in exporter premia – Comparable evidence for 14 countries et al. Review of World Economics 144 596-635.

Schank, T., Schnabel, C. & Wagner, J. (2007). Do exporters really pay higher wages? First evidence from German linked employer-
employee data, Journal of International Economics 72, 1, 52-74.

Wagner, J. (2007). Exports and Productivity: A survey of the evidence from firm level data, The World Economy 30, 1, 60-82.

 

Thomas Wein

Neukirch, A., & Wein, T. (2019). Price Gouging at the Pump? The Lerner Index and the German Fuel Market. Review of Economics70(2), 157-192.

Ehlert, A., Oberschachtsiek, D., & Wein, T. (2019). Factors Driving German Physicians’ Managed Care Participation. German Economic Review20(2), 171-193.

Ehlert, A., Wein, T., & Zweifel, P. (2017). Overcoming resistance against managed care–insights from a bargaining model. Health economics review7(1), 19.

Dornis, T. W., & Wein, T. (2016). Trademarks, Comparative Advertising, and Product Imitations: An Untold Story of Law and Economics. Penn St. L. Rev.121, 421.

Pape, A., & Wein, T. (2015). Der deutsche Taximarkt–das letzte (Kollektiv-) Monopol im Sturm der „neuen Zeit “. Zeitschrift für Wirtschaftspolitik64(3), 362-392.