School of Economics

Discussion papers

 

2019

  • 19/01: 'Engines of Sectoral Labor Productivity Growth', Zsófia L. Bárány and Christian Siegel
  • 19/02: 'Make Yourselves Scarce: The Effect of Demographic Change on the Relative Wages and Employment Rates of Experienced Workers', Michael J. Böhm and Christian Siegel
  • 19/03: 'The Determinants of Tax Revenue and Tax Effort in Developed and Developing Countries: Theory and New Evidence 1995-2015', Marcelo Piancastelli and A.P.Thirlwall
  • 19/04: 'Ethnic Identity and the Employment Outcomes of Immigrants: Evidence from France', Isaure Delaporte
  • 19/05: 'Social Effects of the Vote of the Majority: A Field-Experiment on the Brexit-Vote', Fernanda L. Lopez de Leon and Markus Bindemann
  • 19/06: 'The Effect of 9/11 on Immigrants' Ethnic Identity and Employment: Evidence from Germany', Isaure Delaporte
  • 19/07: 'Ethnic Identities, Public Spending and Political Regimes', Sugata Ghosh and Anirban Mitra
  • 19/08: 'Macroeconomic simulation comparison with a multivariate extension of the Markov Information Criterion', Sylvain Barde
 

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