Fachbereich Wirtschaftswissenschaft

Recent Publications (Selection)

Alexander M. Dietrich, Keith Kuester, Gernot J. Müller, Raphael Schoenle (2022). News and uncertainty about COVID-19: Survey evidence and short-run economic impact.

Journal of Monetary Economics, Vol. 129, 35-51­

Sven Blank, Peter H. Egger, Valeria Merlo, Georg Wamser (2022). A structural quantitative analysis of service trade de-liberalization.

Journal of International Economics, Vol. 137­

Theresa Veer, Philip Yang, Jan Riepe (2022). Ventures' conscious knowledge transfer to close partners, and beyond: A framework of performance, complementarity, knowledge disclosure, and knowledge broadcasting.

Journal of Business Venturing, Vol. 37, Issue 3­

Sebastian Butschek, Roberto González Amor, Patrick Kampkötter, Dirk Sliwka (2022). Motivating gig workers - evidence from a field experiment.

Labour Economics, Vol. 75­

Zeno Enders, Michael Kleemann, Gernot Müller (2021). Growth Expectations, Undue Optimism, and Short-Run Fluctuations.

The Review of Economics and Statistics, 103(5), 905-921­

 Jörg Baten & Laura Maravall (2021). The influence of colonialism on Africa's welfare: An anthropometric study.

Journal of Comparative Economics, 49(3), 751-775­

Martin Biewen & Phillip Kugler (2021). Two-stage least sqaures random forests with an application to Angrist and Evans (1998).

Economics Letters, Vol. 204­

 Jörg Baten, Thomas Keywood & Georg Wamser (2021). Territorial state capacity and elite violence from the 6th to the 19th century.

European Journal of Political Economy, online­

 Jörg Baten & Manuel Llorca-Jaña (2021). Inequality, Low-Intensity Immigration and Human Capital Formation in the Regions of Chile, 1820-1939.

Economics and Human Biology, 43­

Patrick Kampkötter, Lea M. Petters & Dirk Sliwka (2021). Employee identification and wages – on the economics of “Affective Commitment”.

Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 188, 608-626­

Michael Haylock (2021). Distributional differences in the time horizon of executive compensation.

Empirical Economics, online­

 Jantje Sönksen & Joachim Grammig (2021). Empirical asset pricing with multi-period disaster risk: A simulation-based approach.

Journal of Econometrics, 222(1), 805-832­

Martin Biewen, Bernd Fitzenberger & Matthias Seckler (2020). Counterfactual quantile decompositions with selection correction taking into account Huber/Melly (2015): An application to the German gender wage gap.

Labour Economics, Vol. 66­

Viktoria Müller (2020). Hedge Accounting and its Consequences on Portfolio Earnings – A Simulation Study.

Accounting in Europe, 17(2), 204-237­

Dominik Papies, Edlira Shehu & Scott A. Neslin (2020). Free Shipping and Product Returns.

Journal of Marketing Research, 57(4), 640-658