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Institut für Volkswirtschaftslehre - Department of Economics
Economics Working Papers

Economics Working Papers 2018



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2018-11

 

Jiri Kukacka, Tae-Seok Jang, Stephen Sacht

On the Estimation of Behavioral Macroeconomic Models via Simulated Maximum Likelihood

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2018-10

 

Tae-Seok Jang, Stephen Sacht

Macroeconomic Dynamics under Bounded Rationality: On the Impact of Consumers' Forecast Heuristics

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2018-09

 

Tae-Seok Jang, Stephen Sacht

Forecast Heuristics, Consumer Expectations, and New-Keynesian Macroeconomics: A Horse Race

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Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization

 

2018-08

 

Helmut Herwartz, Jan Roestel

A structural approach to identify financial transmission in distinguished scenarios of crises

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2018-07

 

Thomas Lux

Inference for Nonlinear State Space Models: A Comparison of Different Methods applied to Markov-Switching Multifractal Models

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2018-06

 

Patrick Nüß

Duration Dependence as an Unemployment Stigma: Evidence from a Field Experiment in Germany

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2018-05

 

Israel Waichman, Till Requate, Markus Karde, Manfred Milinski

Challenging Conventional Wisdom: Experimental Evidence on Heterogeneity and Coordination in Avoiding a Collective Catastrophic Event

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2018-04

 

Duc Thi Luu, Thomas Lux

Multilayer Overlaps and Correlations in the Bank-Firm Credit Network of Spain

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Quantitative Finance

 

2018-03

 

Duc Thi Luu, Boyan Yanovski, Thomas Lux

An Analysis of Systemic Risk in Worldwide Economic Sentiment Indices

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Empirica

 

2018-02

 

Till Requate, Eva Camacho-Cuena, Kean Siang Ch'ng, Israel Waichman

Tell the Truth or Not? The Montero Mechanism for Emissions Control at Work

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Journal of Environmental Economics and Managment

 

2018-01

 

Moritz A. Drupp, Martin C. Hänsel

Relative Prices and Climate Policy: How the Scarcity of Non-Market Goods Drives Policy Evaluation

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