Fachbereich Wirtschaftswissenschaft

Recent Publications (Selection)


Bayer, C., Born,B., & Luetticke, R. (2024). Shocks, Frictions, and Inequality in U.S. Business Cycles. American Economic Review, forthcoming.

Born, B., D'Ascanio, F., Müller, G., & Pfeifer, J.(2024). Mr. Keynes meets the Classics: Government Spending and the Real Exchange Rate. Journal of Political Economy, forthcoming

Georgiadis, G., Müller, G., & Schumann, B. (2024). Global risk and the dollar. Journal of Monetary Economics, forthcoming

Haylock, M., Kampkötter, P., Macis, M., Sauter, J., Seitz, S., Slonim, R., Wiesen, D., & Schmidt, A. H. (2024). Reducing Registry Members' Attrition When Invited to Donate: Evidence From a Large Stem Cell Registry. American Journal of Health Economics (forthcoming)

Müller, G., Wolf, M., & Hettig, T. (2024). Delayed Overshooting: The Case for Information Rigidities. American Economic Journal: Macroeconomics, forthcoming.

U. Mohrmann and J. Riepe (forthcoming) Deferred tax asset revaluations, costly information processing, and bank deposits: Evidence from the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act,
Management Science https://doi.org/10.1287/mnsc.2022.03176

Wlömert, N., Papies, D., Clement, M., & Spann, M. (2024). The Interplay of User-Generated Content, Content Industry Revenues, and Platform Regulation: Quasi-Experimental Evidence from YouTube. Marketing Science, 43(1), 1–12.


Born, B., D'Ascanio, F., Müller, G., & Pfeifer, J. (2024). Mr. Keynes meets the Classics: Government Spending and the Real Exchange Rate. Journal of Political Economy, forthcoming

Baten, J., Benati, G., & Sołtysiak, A. (2023). Violence trends in the ancient Middle East between 12,000 and 400 BCE. Nature Human Behavior, 7(10), 2064–2073.

Bayer, C., Born, B., Luetticke, R., & Müller, G. (2023). The Coronavirus Stimulus Package: How Large is the Transfer Multiplier. The Economic Journal, 133(652), 1318–1347.

Bayer, C., Born, B., & Luetticke, R. (2023).Theliquidity channel of fiscal policy. Journal of Monetary Economics, 134, 86-117.

Büechl, J., Pudelko, M. & Gillespie, N. (2023). The Development of Trust in Chinese-German Subordinate-Supervisor Relations, Journal of International Business Studies, 54(5), 768 – 796.

Enders, Z., Hünnekes, F., & Müller, G. (2023). Firm Expectations and Economic Activity. Journal of the European Economic Association, 20(6), 2396–2439.

Joecks, J., Pull, K., & Scharfenkamp, K. (2023). Women directors, board attendance, and corporate financial performance. Corporate Governance: An International Review. Advance online publication.

Moritz, R., Manger, C., & Pull, K. (2023). #InviteMe: Can social media information reduce discrimination? Evidence from a field experiment. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 213, 373-393.

Neus, W., & Stadler, M. (2023). The Tragedy of the Common Holdings: Coordinated Manager Compensation and Price Competition. Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics (JITE), 179(2), 271-287.

Pudelko, M. & Tenzer, H. (2023). From Professional Aspirations to Identity Confirmation and Transformation: The Case of Japanese Career Women Working for Foreign Subsidiaries in Japan, Human Resource Management Journal

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Blank, S., Egger, P. H., Merlo, V., & Wamser, G. (2022). A structural quantitative analysis of service trade de-liberalization. Journal of International Economics, 137.

Butschek, S., González Amor, R., Kampkötter, P., & Sliwka, D. (2022). Motivating gig workers - evidence from a field experiment. Labour Economics, 75.

Dietrich, A. M., Kuester, K., Müller, G., & Schoenle, R. (2022). News and uncertainty about COVID-19: Survey evidence and short-run economic impact. Journal of Monetary Economics, 129, 35-51.

Veit, T., Yang, P., & Riepe, J. (2022). Ventures' conscious knowledge transfer to close partners, and beyond: A framework of performance, complementarity, knowledge disclosure, and knowledge broadcasting. Journal of Business Venturing, 37(3).


Baten, J., & Maravall, L. (2021). The influence of colonialism on Africa's welfare: An anthropometric study. Journal of Comparative Economics, 49(3), 751-775.

Baten, J., Keywood, T., & Wamser, G. (2021). Territorial state capacity and elite violence from the 6th to the 19th century. European Journal of Political Economy.

Baten, J., & Llorca-Jaña, M. (2021). Inequality, Low-Intensity Immigration and Human Capital Formation in the Regions of Chile, 1820-1939. Economics and Human Biology, 43.

Biewen, M., & Kugler, P. (2021). Two-stage least squares random forests with an application to Angrist and Evans (1998). Economics Letters, 204.

Gumpert, A., Steimer, H., & Antoni, M. (2021). Firm Organization with Multiple Establishments. The Quarterly Journal of Economics, 137(2), 1091–1138.

Haylock, M. (2021). Distributional differences in the time horizon of executive compensation. Empirical Economics, 62, 157–186.

Kampkötter, P., Petters, L. M., & Sliwka, D. (2021). Employee identification and wages – on the economics of “Affective Commitment”. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 188, 608-626.

Peltokorpi, V. & Pudelko, M. (2021). When more is not better: A curvilinear relationship between foreign language proficiency and social categorization, Journal of International Business Studies, 52(1), 78-104.

Sönksen, J., & Grammig, J. (2021). Empirical asset pricing with multi-period disaster risk: A simulation-based approach. Journal of Econometrics, 222(1), 805-832.

Tenzer, H.; Pudelko, M. & Zellmer-Bruhn, M. (2021). The Impact of Language Barriers on Knowledge Processing in Multinational Teams, Journal of World Business, 56(2)101184.


Biewen, M., Fitzenberger, B., & Seckler, M. (2020). Counterfactual quantile decompositions with selection correction taking into account Huber/Melly (2015): An application to the German gender wage gap. Labour Economics, 66.

Müller, V. (2020). Hedge Accounting and its Consequences on Portfolio Earnings – A Simulation Study. Accounting in Europe, 17(2), 204-237.

Papies, D., Shehu, E., & Neslin, S. A. (2020). Free Shipping and Product Returns. Journal of Marketing Research, 57(4), 640-658.

Pudelko, M. (2020). Bringing Context Back into International Business Studies: Own Research Experiences, Reflections and Suggestions for Future Research, International Studies of Management & Organization, 50(4), 317-333.