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Deutsch Intern
    Juniorprofessur für Empirische Regional- und Außenhandelsforschung

    Research

    (My citations on Google scholar)

    Current Working Papers


    • Matching in Cities (new version, August 2020) with Sebastian Findeisen, Enrico Moretti, and Jens Suedekum. (pdf. A previous version is published as NBER Working Paper No 25227.)
    • Occupational Routine Intensity and the Adjustment to Job Loss: Evidence from Mass Layoffs (revised version, July 2020) with Uwe Blien and Duncan Roth. Revise & Resubmit: Labour Economics. (pdf. A previous version is published as IZA Discussion Paper No 12851.)
    • The Adjustment of Labor Markets to Robots (new version, November 2019) with Sebastian Findeisen, Jens Südekum, and Nicole Wößner. Revise & Resubmit: Journal of the European Economic Association. (pdf. A previous version is published as CEPR Discussion Paper 12306.)
    • Job Polarization on Local Labor Markets (2014), IAB Discussion Paper, 18/2014. (pdf)

     

    Journal Articles


    • Preparing the Sample of Integrated Labour Market Biographies (SIAB) for Scientific Analysis: A Guide (2020) with Johann Eppelsheimer, in: Journal for Labour Market Research, Vol 54:10. (pdf, Stata-code)
    • Is there Loss Aversion in the Trade-off Between Wages and Commuting Distances? (2020) with Peter Haller, in: Regional Science and Urban Economics, Vol 83. (pdf)
    • Adjusting to Globalization in Germany (2019) with Sebastian Findeisen and Jens Südekum. Accepted: Journal of Labor Economics. (pdf)
    • Long-run processes of geographical concentration and dispersion - Evidence from Germany (2018) with Michaela Fuchs and Anne Otto, in: Papers in Regional Science, Vol 97:3. (pdf) (web appendix)
    • Trade and manufacturing jobs in Germany (2017) with Sebastian Findeisen and Jens Südekum, in: American Economic Review, Papers & Proceedings, Vol 107:5. (pdf)
    • Do regions benefit from active labour market policies? A macroeconometric evaluation using spatial panel methods (2016) with Reinhard Hujer and Katja Wolf, in: Regional Studies, Vol 50:4. (pdf)
    • Exporters and Wage Inequality during the Great Recession - Evidence from Germany (2015) with Hans-Jörg Schmerer and Erwin Winkler, in: Economics Letters, Vol. 136:11. (pdf)
    • Globalization and Local Profiles of Economic Growth and Industrial Change (2015) with Jens Südekum, in: Journal of Economic Geography, Vol. 16:5. (pdf) (web appendix)
    • The rise of the east and the far east: German labor markets and trade integration (2014) with Sebastian Findeisen and Jens Südekum, in: Journal of the European Economic Association, Vol. 12:6. (pdf) (Crosswalk SITC Rev. 3 -> WZ93)
    • Agglomeration and regional employment dynamics (2013) in: Papers in Regional Science, Vol. 92:2. (pdf)
    • The institutional context of an ‘empirical law’: The wage curve under different regimes of collective bargaining (2013) with Uwe Blien, Thorsten Schank and Claus Schnabel, in: British Journal of Industrial Relations, Vol. 51:1. (pdf)

     

    Current Other Publications


    • Berufliches Pendeln in Deutschland (2018) with Peter Haller, in: Wirtschaftsdienst 2018 | 8. (pdf)
    • Klarer Trend zu längeren Pendeldistanzen (2018) with Peter Haller. IAB-Kurzbericht 10/2018. (pdf)
    • The rise of robots in the German labour market (2017) with Sebastian Findeisen, Jens Südekum and Nicole Wößner, in: VoxEU, 19 September 2017. (link)
    • Arbeitnehmer in Deutschland profitieren vom Außenhandel - aber nicht alle (2017) with Sebastian Findeisen and Jens Südekum. IAB-Kurzbericht 15/2017. (pdf)
    • Verlierer(-regionen) der Globalisierung in Deutschland: Wer? Warum? Was tun? (2017) with Sebastian Findeisen and Jens Südekum, in: Wirtschaftsdienst 2017 | 1. (pdf)
    • Sectoral employment trends in Germany: The effect of globalisation on their micro anatomy (2017) with Sebastian Findeisen and Jens Südekum, in: VoxEU, 26 January 2017. (link)
    • Verlierer(-regionen) der Globalisierung in Deutschland: Wer? Warum? Was tun? (2017) with Sebastian Findeisen and Jens Südekum, in: Ökonomenstimme, 13 January 2017. (link)
    • Globalisation and the nature of German manufacturing jobs (2016) with Sebastian Findeisen and Jens Südekum, in: VoxEU, 21 February 2016. (link)

     

    Work in Progress


    • The causal impact of trade integration on individual workers: job stability, earnings, and geographical labor mobility. With Sebastian Findeisen and Jens Südekum, Funded by the German National Science Foundation (DFG) under Priority programme SPP 1764: “The German Labour Market in a Globalised World: Challenges through Trade, Technology, and Demographics”, DA 1576/1-2
    • Igniting Wage Growth: The Aggregate Effects of Transforming Labor Market Institutions. With Sebastian Findeisen and Sang Yoon (Tim) Lee
    • The effective density elasticity of productivity for movers and stayers. With Gabriel Ahlfeldt, Peter Haller, and Stephan Heblich
    • Matching externalities on thick local labor markets. With Sebastian Findeisen, Enrico Moretti, and Jens Suedekum
    • Residential spillovers: Evidence from a public housing subsidy. With Matthias Dorner, Andreas Mense, and Matthias Wrede
    • The mobility premium on earnings and employment. With Sebastian Findeisen and Atilla Lindner
    • Industrial clustering and city sizes. With Tomoya Mori and Jens Südekum
    • The causal effects of private health insurance on employment and health. With Christine Dauth