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Andor, M. A., M. Frondel und M. Horvath (2020), Consequentiality, Elicitation Formats, and the Willingness-To-Pay for Green Electricity: Evidence from Germany. Land Economics (forthcoming)

Andor, M. A., A. Gerster, K. Gillingham und M. Horvath (2020), Running a Car Costs Much More Than People Think – Stalling the Uptake of Green Travel. Nature 580, 453-455

Andor, M. A., M. Frondel, M. Horvath, T. Larysch und L. Ruhrort (2020), Präferenzen und Einstellungen zu vieldiskutierten verkehrspolitischen Maßnahmen: Ergebnisse einer Erhebung aus dem Jahr 2018. List Forum für Wirtschafts- und Finanzpolitik 45, 255-280

Bauermann T.(2020), Times of Crises and Labour Market Reforms: An ABM Evaluation. In: B. Kaminski, G. Koloch (eds.) Advances in Social SimulationProceedings of the 9th Conference of the European Social Simulation Association. AISC, volume 229, 63-69.

Bauermann T., F. Bassi, D. Lang and M. Setterfield, Is Capacity Utilization Variable in the Long Run? An Agent-Based Sectoral Approach to Modeling Hysteresis in the Normal Rate of Capacity Utilization. NSSR Working Paper Series 07/2020.

Becker R. N., M. Henkel (2020), The role of key regions in spatial development. DICE Discussion Papers 331, 1-48.

Becker R. N., S. Nigai, T. Seidel (2020), Integrated versus segmented markets: Implications for export pricing and welfare. Journal of International Economics, CES Ifo Working Paper Series, forthcoming.

Bauermann T., Roos M., Storcks L. (2020) Die Einstellungen ökonomischer Nachwuchswissenschaftler/innen zu Pluralismus und Interdisziplinarität. In: Fridrich C., Hedtke R., Ötsch W. (eds) Grenzen überschreiten, Pluralismus wagen – Perspektiven sozioökonomischer Hochschullehre. Sozioökonomische Bildung und Wissenschaft. Wiesbaden. 87-110.

Frondel, M., Horvath M., C. Vance und A. Kihm (2020), Increased Market Transparency in Germany's Gasoline Market: What about Rockets and Feathers? Journal of Transport Economics and Policy 54/2, 102-120

Goemans P. (2020), Government Spending in Uncertain and Slack Times: Historical Evidence for Larger Fiscal Multipliers. Beiträge zur Jahrestagung des Vereins für Socialpolitik 2020: Gender Economics, forthcoming.

Horvath M., A. Anna (2020), All Car Taxes are Not Created Equal: Evidence from Germany. USAEE Working Paper 474.

Keweloh S. (2020), A Generalized Method of Moments Estimator for Structural Vector Autoregressions Based on Higher Moments. Journal of Business & Economic Statistics, forthcoming.

Kramm M., H. Wiese, A. Casajus (2020) Asymptotic stability in the Lovász-Shapley replicator dynamic for cooperative games. Journal of Economic Theory 186/104993.

Nickol P. and L. Stoppok (2020), The collapse of capital flows to emerging markets: What are the consequences? Kieler Beiträge zur Wirtschaftspolitik 26, 41-48.

Prüser, J., C. Hanck (2020), House Prices and Interest Rates - Bayesian Evidence from Germany. Applied Economics 52/28, 3073-3089.

Prüser, J., A. Schlösser (2020), On the time-varying Effects of Economic Policy Uncertainty on the US Economy. Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, forthcoming.

Prüser, J., Forecasting US inflation using Markov Dimension Switching. Journal of Forecasting, forthcoming.

Tomberg L., M. Frondel, S. Sommer (2020), WTA-WTP Disparity: The Role of Perceived Realism of the Valuation Setting. Land Economics, forthcoming.

Werbeck A., A. Wübker, N. R. Ziebarth (2020), Cream Skimming by Health Care Providers and Inequality in Health Care Access: Evidence From a Randomized Field Experiment. IZA Discussion Paper No. 13100.



Bauer, T. K., M. Giesecke and L. Janisch (2019). The Impact of Forced Migration on Mortality: Evidence from German Pension Insurance Records. Demography 56, 25-47.

Bachmann, R., M. Cim and C. Green (2019). Long-run patterns of labour market polarisation: Evidence from German micro data. British Journal of Industrial Relations, forthcoming.

Dubova I., Belke, A., Dreger, C. (2019), On the exposure of the BRIC countries to global economic shocks. The World Economy 42/1, 122-142.

Fischer, M., M. Karlsson, T. Nilsson, N. Schwarz (2019), The long-term effects of long terms compulsory schooling reforms in Sweden. Journal of the European Economic Association 071.

Frondel, M. and M. Horvath (2019), The U.S. Fracking Boom: Impact on Oil Prices. Energy Journal 40, 191-205.

Henkel, M. and T. Seidel (2019). A Spatial Perspective on European Integration: Heterogeneous Welfare and Migration Effects from the Single Market and the Brexit. Economic Inquiry 57, 333-352.

Kamhöfer, D. A., H. Schmitz and M. Westphal (2019). Heterogeneity in Marginal Non-Monetary Returns to Higher Education. Journal of the European Economic Association 17, 205–244.

Klein, M. and L. Linnemann (2019). Macroeconomic Effects of Government Spending: The Great Recession was (Really) Different. Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, forthcoming.

Klein, M. and R. Winkler (2019). Austerity, Inequality, and Private Debt Overhang. European Journal of Political Economy, 57, 89-106.

Markazi Moghadam, H. (2019) Price and Non-Price Competition in an Oligopoly: An Analysis of Relative Payoff Maximizers. Journal of Evolutionary Economics, 30, 507–521.

Prüser, J. (2019). Adaptive learning from model space. Journal of Forecasting 38, 29-38.

Prüser, J. and A. Schlösser (2019). The effects of economic policy uncertainty on European economies: evidence from a TVP-FAVAR. Empirical Economics, 1-22.


Belke, A., U. Haskamp and G. Schnabl (2018). Beyond Balassa and Samuelson: real convergence, capital flows, and competitiveness in Greece. Empirica 45, 409-424.

Duan, F. and D. Wied (2018). A residual-based multivariate constant correlation test. Metrika81, 653–687.

Belke, A. and J. Keil (2018). Fundamental determinants of real estate prices: a panel study of German regions. International Advances in Economic Research 24, 25-45.

Leininger, W. and H. M. Moghadam (2018). Asymmetric oligopoly and evolutionary stability. Mathematical Social Sciences 96, 1-9.

Giesecke, M. (2018), The Effect of Benefit Reductions on the Retirement Age: The Heterogeneous Response of Manual and Non-Manual Workers. Review of Income and Wealth 64, 213-238.

Dubova, I. and A. Belke (2018). International Spillovers in Global Asset Markets. Economic Systems42, 3-17.


Schmitz, H. and M. Westphal (2017), Informal Care and Long-term Labor Market Outcomes. Journal of Health Economics 56, 1-18.

Klein, M. (2017). Austerity and Private Debt. Journal of Money, Credit and Banking 49, 1555-1585.

Simora, M., M. Frondel, and S. Sommer (2017). Risk Perception of Climate Change: Empirical Evidence for Germany. Ecological Economics 137, 173-183. 

Giesecke, M.and G. Yang (2017). Are Financial Retirement Incentives More Effective if Pension Knowledge is High?. Journal of Pension Economics and Finance 17, 278-315.

Sossong, B.,S. Felder, M. Wolff and K. Krüger (2017). Evaluating the consequences of rheumatoid arthritis. The European Journal of Health Economics 18, 685-696.


Pilny, A. and Stroka, M. (2016). Determinants of received long-term care - Individual responses to regional nursing home provisions. Health Care Management Science 19, 326-337

Dubova, I., A. Belke and T. Osowksi (2016). Policy uncertainty and international financial markets: the case of Brexit. Applied Economics EEFS2016 Conference special issue.

Gerster, A.( 2016). Negative Price Spikes at Power Markets: The Role of Energy PolicyJournal of Regulatory Economics 50, 271–289.

Ludwig, J. (2016). Income Shocks or Insurance – What Determines Consumption Inequality? Research in Labor Economics 43, 131-166.

Decker, S. and H. Schmitz (2016). Health Shocks and Risk Aversion. Journal of Health Economics 50, 156-170.

Dubova, I. (2016). Modeling Russia's exchange rate in the long-run. International Economics and Economic Policy, Vol. 13(3), 499-518.


Klein, M. (2015). Income inequality and household debt: a panel cointegration analysis. Empirica  42: 391-412.

Ludwig, J. (2015). The role of education and household composition for transitory and permanent income inequality – evidence from PSID data. Journal of Macroeconomics  46: 129-146.

Simora, M., Andor, M., Frondel, M., Schmidt, C. M., Sommer, S. (2015). Klima-und Energiepolitik in Deutschland – Dissens und Konsens. List Forum für Wirtschafts-und Finanzpolitik 41 (1) : 3-21.

Westphal, M. and H. Schmitz (2015). Short- and medium-term effects of informal care provision on femalecaregivers’ health.  Journal of Health Economics 42 : 174-185.

Peters, J., Sievert, M. and Strupat, C. (2015). Impacts of a Micro-Enterprise Clustering Program on Firm Performance in Ghana. European Journal of Development Research European Journal of Development Research 27 (1) : 99-121.

Belke, A., Oeking, A. and R. Setzer (2015). Domestic Demand, Capacity Constraints and Exporting Dynamics: Empirical Evidence for Vulnerable Euro Area Countries. Economic Modelling 48 : 315-325.

Kind, M. (2015). A Level Playing Field: An Optimal Weighting Scheme of Dismissal Protection Characteristics. LABOUR: Review of Labour Economics and Industrial Relations 29 (1) : 79-99.

Garmann, S. (2015). Elected or Appointed? How the Nomination Scheme of the City Manager Influences the Effects of Government Fragmentation. Journal of Urban Economics 86 : 26-42.


Garmann, S. (2014). The Causal Effect of Coalition Governments on Fiscal Policies: Evidence from a Regression Kink Design. Applied Economics 46 (36) : 4490-4507.

Garmann, S. (2014). Do Government Ideology and Fragmentation Matter for Reducing CO2-Emissions? Empirical Evidence from OECD Countries. Ecological Economics 105 : 1-10.

Garmann, S. (2014). Does Globalization Influence Protectionism? Empirical Evidence from Agricultural Support. Food Policy 49, 281-293.

Haskamp, U. (2014). Was Spanish Fiscal Policy Sustainable?. Empirica, Journal of European Economics 41(2), 273-286.

Keldenich, K. and M. Klemm (2014). Double or Nothing? Small groups making decisions under risk in "Quiz Taxi". Theory and Decision 77(2), 243-274.

Oeking, A. (2014). The European Periphery during the Crisis: Fix or Float. Applied Economic Letters ahead-of-print, 1-6.

Peters, J., Strupat, C. and Vance, C. (2014). Television and Contraceptive Use - A Weak Signal? Journal of Development Studies 50.11, 1538-1549.


Belau, J. (2013). An Outside-Option-Sensitive Allocation Rule for Networks, the kappa-value. Economic Theory Bulletin. Vol 1(2), 175-188. (DOI: 10.1007/s40505-013-0019-z).

Bredemeier, C. and Jüßen, F. (2013). Assortative Mating and Female Labor Supply. Journal of Labor Economics, 31(3): 603-631.

Fischer, M., Karlsson, M., Nilsson, T. (2013). Effects of Compulsory Schooling on Mortality: Evidence from Sweden. Int. J. Res. Public Health 10(8).

Garmann, S. (2013). A Note on Electoral Competition and Turnout in Run-off Electoral Systems: Taking Into Account Both Endogeneity and Attenuation Bias. Electoral Studies, 34: 261-265.

Messow, P. and Krämer, W. (2013). Spurios persistence in stochastic volatility. Economics Letters 121 (2): 221-223.


Bauer, T.K., Bender, S., Paloyo A.R and Schmidt, C.M. (2012). Evaluating The Labor-Market Effects of Compulsory Military Service. European Economic Review, 56(4), 814-829. DOI:

Dobnik, F. (2012). Long-run Money Demand in OECD Countries: What Role do Common Factors Play? Empirical Economics: 1-25.

Garmann, S. and Grundke, P. (2012). On the Influence of Autocorrelation and GARCH-Effects on Goodness-of-Fit-Tests for Copulas. European Journal of Finance 19(1), 75-88.

Keil, J. (2012). Financial Integration and Business Cycle Synchronization: Further Evidence from Panel Data. Journal of Economic Policy Reform, forthcoming.

Keese, M. (2012). Who feels constrained by high debt burdens? Subjective vs. objective measures of household debt. Journal of Economic Psychology 33, 125–141.

Meng, A. (2012).  Informal caregiving and the retirement decision. German Economic Review,13(3):307-330. DOI: 10.1111/j.1468-0475.2011.00559.x

Procher, V. and Vance, C. (2012). Heterogeneity in the Correlates of
Motorized and Non-Motorized Travel in Germany: The Intervening Role of
Gender. Transportation Research Record, 2320: 72-79.


Belau, J. (2011). Outside Options in probabilistic Coalition Situations. International Game Theory Review, Vol 13 (4): 417-442.

Belke, A., Dobnik, F. and Dreger, C., (2011). Energy Consumption and Economic Growth: New Insights into the cointegration relationship. Energy Economics 33(5): 782–789.

Dobnik, F., Beckman, J., and Belke, A. (2011). Cross-section dependence and the monetary exchange rate model - A panel analysis. North American Journal of Economics and Finance, 23(1).

Keshavarz Haddad, G. and Markazi Moghadam, H. (2011). The Socioeconomic and Demographic Determinants of Crime in Iran (A Regional Panel Study). The European Journal of Law and Economics, 32(1): 99-114.

Engel, D. and Procher, V. (2011). Export, FDI, and Productivity: Evidence for French Firms. Applied Economics 44 (15): 1931-1940.

Krämer, W. and Van Kampen, M. (2011). A Simple Nonparametric Test for Structural Change in Tail Probabilities. Economics Letters 110(3): 245-247.

Körner, T., and Schnabel, I. (2011). Public Ownership of Banks and Economic Growth - The Impact of Country Heterogeneity. Economics of Transition 19(3): 407-441.

Meng, A. (2011). Informal home care and labor force participation of household members. Empirical Economics.

Procher, V. (2011). Agglomeration Effects and the Location of FDI: Evidence from French First-Time Movers. The Annals of Regional Science 46(2): 295-312.

Stiebale, J., and Trax, M. (2011). The effects of cross-border M&As on the acquirers' domestic economic performance: Firm-level Evidence. Canadian Journal of Economics 44(3): 957-990.


Brenner, J. (2010). Life-Cycle Variations in the Association between Current and Lifetime Earnings: Evidence for German Natives and Guest Workers. Labour Economics 17(2): 392-406.

Caporale, G. M., and Hanck, C. (2010). Are PPP Tests Erratically Behaved? Some Panel Evidence. International Review of Applied Economics 24(2): 203-221.

Giesecke, M., Bönke, T. and Lüthen H. (2010). Ungleichheitsdynamik in Deutschland: Divergenz oder transitorische Fluktuation? Deutsche Rentenversicherung Bund (Hrsg.): DRV-Schriften Band 55: 177-193.

Hanck, C., and Krämer, W. (2010). The Exact Bias of S2 in Linear Panel Regressions with Spatial Autocorrelation. Economics Letters 110(1): 67-70.

Herr, A. (2010). Quality and Welfare in a Mixed Duopoly with Regulated Prices: The Case of a Public and a Private Hospital. German Economic Review 12(4): 422-437. DOI: 10.1111/j.1468-0475.2010.00527.x

Herr, A., Schmitz, H., and Augurzky B. (2010). Profit Efficiency and Ownership of German Hospital. Health Economics 20(6): 660-674. DOI: 10.1002/hec.1622

Khudnistkaya, A. (2010). Microenvironment-Specific Effects in the Application Credit Scoring Model. China-USA Business Review.

Paloyo, A., Vance, C., and Vorell, M. (2010). The Regional Economic Effects of Military Base Realignments and Closures in Germany. Defence and Peace Economics 21(5-6): 567-579.

Rausch, S., and Rutherford, T. F. (2010). Computation of Equilibria in OLG Models with Many Heterogeneous Households. Computational Economics 36(2): 171-189.

Schmitz, H. (2010). Why are the Unemployed in Worse Health? The Causal Effect of Unemployment on Health. Labour Economics 18(11): 71-78.

Schmitz, H., and Wübker, A. (2011). What Determines Influenza Vaccination Take-Up of Elderly Europeans. Health Economics 20(11): 1281-1297. DOI: 10.1002/hec.1672

Wenzel, T. (2010). Liberalization of Opening Hours with Free Entry. German Economic Review 11 (4): 511-526.


Procher, V. (2009). FDI Location Choices: Evidence from French First-Time Movers. AStA – Wirtschafts- und Sozialstatistisches Archiv 61 (3): 209-220.

Basilio, L., Bauer, T.K. and Sinning M. (2009). Analyzing the Labor Market Activity of Immigrant Families in Germany. Labour Economics 16 (5): 510-520.

Caporale, G. M., and Hanck C. (2009). Cointegration Tests of PPP: Do They Also Exhibit Erratic Behaviour? Applied Economics Letters 16: 9-15.

Gu, Y., and Wenzel, T. (2009). A Note on the excess entry theorem in spatial models with elastic demand. International Journal of Industrial Organization 27 (5): 567-571.

Corneo, G., Keese, M., and Schröder, C. (2009). The Riester Scheme and Private Savings: An empirical analysis based on the German SOEP. Schmollers Jahrbuch 129(2): 312-332.

Hanck, C. (2009). A Meta Analytic Approach to Testing for Panel Cointegration. Communications in Statistics - Simulation and Computation 38 (5): 1051-1070.

Hanck, C. (2009). For Which Countries did PPP hold? A Multiple Testing Approach. Empirical Economics 37: 93-103.

Hanck, C. (2009). Cross-Sectional Correlation Robust Tests for Panel Cointegration. Journal of Applied Statistics 36(7): 817-833.

Hanck, C., and Krämer, W. (2009). More on the F-test under Nonspherical Disturbances. Statistical Inference, Econometric Analysis and Matrix Algebra 4: 179-184.

Hörmann, M., and Schabert, A. (2009). An interest peg might be better than you think. Economic Letters 105 (2): 156-158.

Rausch, S. (2009). Chapter 1 in Macroeconomic Consequences of Demographic Change: Modeling Issues and Applications. Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathematical Systems 621:1-10.

Scott, A., Schurer,S., Jensen, P., and Sivey P. (2009). The effects of an incentive program on quality of care in diabetes management. Health Economics 18 (9): 1019-1108.


Engel, D., and Trax, M. (2008). Der Beschäftigungsbeitrag kleiner und mittlerer Unternehmen nach der EU-Definition, erste Ergebnisse auf Basis des IAB-Betriebspanels für Deutschland. Jahrbücher für Nationalökonomie und Statistik 228: 64-83.

Hanck, C. (2008). The Error-in-Rejection Probability of Meta Analytic Panel Tests. Economics Letters 101: 27-30.

Hanck, C. and Krämer, W. (2008). OLS-based estimation of the disturbance variance under spatial autocorrelation. Recent Advances in Linear Models and Related Areas 18: 357-366.

Herr, A. (2008). Cost and Technical Efficiency of German Hospitals: Does Ownership matter? Health Economics 17(9): 1057-1071.

Karanasos, M., and Schurer, S. (2008). Is the relationship between inflation and its uncertainty linear? German Economic Review 9: 265-286.

Stoimenov, P.A., and Siburg, K. F. (2008). A scalar product for copulas. Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications 344: 429-439.


Wilkens, S., and Stoimenov, P.A. (2007). The pricing of leverage products: An empirical investigation of the German market for "long"' and "short" stock index certificates. Journal of Banking & Finance 31: 735-750.

Tameze, B., and Krämer, W. (2007). Structural Change and Estimated Persistence in the GARCH(1,1)-model. Economics Letters 97: 17–23.



Stoimenov, P.A., and Wilkens, S. (2005). Die empirische Validierung des Capital Asset Pricing Model. WiSt - Wirtschaftswissenschaftliches Studium 34 (5): 269-273.

Stoimenov, P.A., and Wilkens, S. (2005). Das Capital Asset Pricing Model. WiSt - Wirtschaftswissenschaftliches Studium 34 (5): 295-300.

Karanasos, M., and Schurer, S. (2005). Is the reduction in output growth related to the increase in its uncertainty? The case of Italy. WSEAS Transactions in Business and Economics 2 (3): 116-122.

Stoimenov, P. A., and Wilkens, S. (2005). Strukturierte Finanzprodukte am deutschen Kapitalmarkt. Finanz Betrieb 7: 512-517.

Stoimenov, P. A., and Wilkens, S. (2005). Are structured products "fairly" priced? An analysis of the German market for equity-linked instruments. Journal of Banking & Finance 29: 2971-2993.


Stoimenov, P.A, and Wilkens S. (2004). Markt für strukturierte Aktienprodukte in Deutschland - Produktüberblick, Bewertung und empirische Untersuchung der Preisbildung. Finanz Betrieb 4: 207-218.