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Institut für Volkswirtschaftslehre - Department of Economics
Economics Working Papers

Economics Working Papers 2016



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2016-11

 

Jan Cornelius Peters

Quantifying the effect of labor market size on learning externalities- (A revised version of this paper is available as EWP 2017-06)

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2016-10

 

Jan Cornelius Peters

Do age complementarities affect labor productivity? Evidence from German firm level data

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2016-09

 

Martin F. Quaas, Johannes Bröcker

Substitutability and the Social Cost of Carbon in a Solvable Growth Model with Irreversible Climate Change

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2016-08

 

Sebastian Krug, Hans-Werner Wohltmann

Shadow Banking, Financial Regulation and Animal Spirits – An ACE Approach

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2016-07

 

Silke Hamann, Annekatrin Niebuhr, Jan Cornelius Peters

Benefits of dense labour markets – Evidence from transitions to employment in Germany

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2016-06

 

Sven Offick, Hans-Werner Wohltmann

Volatility effects of news shocks in New Keynesian models with optimal monetary policy - (A revised version of EWP 2015-07)

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Economics Letters

 

2016-05

 

Moritz A. Drupp

Limits to Substitution between Ecosystem Services and Manufactured Goods and Implications for Social Discounting

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2016-04

 

Stefan Baumgärtner, Moritz A. Drupp, Jasper N. Meya, Jan M. Munz, Martin F. Quaas

Income inequality and willingness to pay for public environmental goods

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Journal of Environmental Economics and Managment

 

2016-03

 

Martin Jacobs, Till Requate

Demand Rationing in Bertrand-Edgeworth Markets with Fixed Capacities: An Experiment

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2016-02

 

Martin Jacobs

Number of Firms, Rationing, Matching, and Knowledge: A Comprehensive Study of Variations in Experimental Kreps-Scheinkman Markets

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B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis and Policy

 

2016-01

 

Martin Jacobs, Till Requate

Bertrand-Edgeworth Markets with Increasing Marginal Costs and Voluntary Trading: Experimental Evidence

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