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Archiv der Würzburg Economic Papers (W.E.P.)

20122011

Teaching Macroeconomics after the CrisisProf. Dr. Peter Bofinger, #86

2010200920082007

Review of the literature on the impact of mergers on innovationNorbert Schulz, #76
How To Get TenuredMichael Graber, Andrey Launov and Klaus Wälde, #75
The Prize Puzzle Revisited: Can the Cost Channel explain a Rise in Inflation after a Monetary Shock?Steffen Henzel, Oliver Hülsewig, Eric Mayer and Timo Wollmershäuser, #74

2006

The Effect of Merges on the Incentive to Invest in Cost Reducing InnovationsRobin Kleer, #73
Competitive and Segmented Informal Labor MarketsIsabel Günter and Andrey Launov, #72
Bank Behavior and the Cost Channel of Monetary TransmissionOliver Hülsewig, Eric Mayer and Timo Wollmershäuser , # 71
Does the Service Argument Justify Resale Price Maintenance?Norbert Schulz, # 70
International Trade, Hedging and the Demand for Forward ContractsJens Eisenschmidt and Klaus Wälde, # 69
Monetary Policy in China (1994-2004); Targets, Instruments and their EffectivenessMichael Geiger, # 68
The Svensson versus McCallum and Nelson Controversy Revisited in the BMW FrameworkPeter Bofinger and Eric Mayer, # 67
Teaching New Keynesian Open Economy Macroeconomics at the Intermediate LevelPeter Bofinger, Eric Mayer and Timo Wollmershäuser, # 66

2005

Parametric vs. Nonparametric Estimation of an Equilibrium Search Model with Employer HeterogeneityAndrey Launov and Joachim Wolf, #65
Search Equilibrium, Production Parameters and Social Returns to Education: Theory and EstimationChristian Holzner and Andrey Launov, #64
Pareto - Improving Unemployment PoliciesJörg Lingens and Klaus Wälde, #63
Resale price maintenance and the service argument: Efficiency effectsNorbert Schulz, #62
Bequests, taxation and the distribution of wealth in a general equilibrium modelsChristian Kleiber, Martin Sexauer and Klaus Wälde, #61
Forecasting Monetary Policy in Switzerland: Some Empirical AssistanceThorsten Hock and Patrick Zimmermann, #60
Die Duale Einkommensteuer des Sachverständigenrates in der DiskussionMarc Oeffner, #59
"Ito's Lemma" and the Bellman equation for Poisson processes: An applied viewKen Sennewald and Klaus Wälde, #58
Natural volatility, welfare and taxationOlaf Posch and Klaus Wälde, #57

2004

The The Stability and Growth Pact: Time to Rebuild!Peter Bofinger and Eric Mayer, #56
E-Stability: Über die Lernbarkeit von rationalen ErwartungsgleichgewichtenSteffen Henzel, Eric Mayer and Bodo Schimpfermann, #55
Bank Loan Supply and Monetary Policy Transmission in Germany: An Assessment based on Matching Impulse ResponsesOliver Hülsewig, Eric Mayer and Timo Wollmershäuser, #54
Resale Price Maintenance and the Service Argument (in the Book Trade)Norbert Schulz, #53
The provision of public inputs in a federation under asymmetric informationGünter Krause, # 52
On the role of budgeting in the delegated provision of public goods under asymmetric informationGünter Krause, # 51
Sterilized foreign exchange market interventions in a chartist-fundamnetalist exchange rate modelRobert Schmidt and Timo Wollmershäuser, # 50
A systematic comparison of professional exchange rate forecasts with judgmental forecasts of novices - Are there substantial differences?Johannes Leitner and Robert Schmidt, # 49
A Simulation Model for the Demographic Transition in Germany: Data Requirements, Model Structure and CalibrationHans Fehr, Gitte Halder and Sabine Jokisch, # 48
Pension Reform and Demographic Uncertainty: The Case of GermanyHans Fehr and Christian Habermann, # 47

2003

Symmetry and asymmetry in property: commons and anticommonsFrancesco Parisi, Norbert Schulz and Ben Depoorter, #46
A Simulation model for the demographic transition in the OECD- Data Requirements, model structure and calibrationHans Fehr, Gitte Halder, Sabine Jokisch and Larry Kotlikoff, # 45
Monetary Policy under Currency Board Arrangements: A Necessary Flexibility for Transition Countries?Kathrin Berensmann, #44
Bank Behavior, Interest Rate Targeting and Monetary Policy TransmissionOliver Hülsewig, #43
The BMW model as a static approximation of a forward-looking New Keynesian macroeconomic modelPeter Bofinger, Eric Mayer and Timo Wollmershäuser, #42
The mechanics of a reasonably fitted quarterly New Keynesian macro modelEric Mayer, #41
Monetary and fiscal policy interaction in the Euro Area with different assumptions on the Phillips curvePeter Bofinger and Eric Mayer, #40
Biases of professional exchange rate forecasts: psychological explanations and an experimentally based comparison to novicesJohannes Leitner, Robert Schmidt and Peter Bofinger, #39
Should one rely on professional exchange rate forecasts? - An empirical analysis of professional forecasts for the €/US-$ ratePeter Bofinger and Robert Schmidt, #38
Risk Classification and Cream Skinning on the Deregulated German Insurance MarketPatrick F.E. Beschorner, #37
Zur Qualität professioneller WechselkursprognosenRobert Schmidt, # 36

200220012000

James Heckman and Daniel McFadden: Nobelpreis für die Wegbereiter der MikroökonometrieHorst Entorf, # 26
Private and social incentives to discriminate in oligopolyNorbert Schulz, # 25
Social security reforms and early retirementsHans Fehr, Wenche Irén Sterkeby and Oystein Thogersen, # 24
Rational migration policy should tolerate non-zero illegal migration flowsHorst Entorf, # 23
Criminality, social cohesion and economic performanceHorst Entorf and Hannes Spengler, # 22
Duality in Property: Commons and AnticommonsFrancesco Parisi, Norbert Schulz and Ben Depoorter, # 21
Erscheinungsformen und Erklärung von Mismatch am Arbeitsmarkt: Ansatzpunkte für eine zielgerichtete ArbeitsmarktpolitikHorst Entorf, # 20
German stock returns: the dance with the dollarHorst Entorf and Gösta Jamin, # 19
Inflation targeting - much ado about nothingPeter Bofinger, # 18
Thoughts on the nature of vetoes when bargaining on public projectsNorbert Schulz, # 17
ESZB-Devisenbestand - quo vadis?Timo Wollmershäuser, # 16
Currency and financial crises - lessons from the Asian crises for China?Nicolas Schlotthauer, # 15
Monetary policy and exchange rate targeting in open economiesPeter Bofinger and Timo Wollmershäuser, # 14
Exchange rate policies for the EU accession countries (and other emerging market economies)Peter Bofinger and Timo Wollmershäuser, # 13

1999

Reflections on the optimal size of governmentHans G. Monissen, # 99-12
Monetary Policy and monetary reform: Irving Fisher's contributions to monetary macroeconomicsHans E. Loef and Hans G. Monissen, # 99-11
Knut Wicksell und die moderne MakroökonomikHans E. Loef and Hans G. Monissen, # 99-10
Explorations of the Laffer curveHans G. Monissen, # 99-09
Pension reform during the demographic transitionHans Fehr, # 99-08
Capacity constrained price competition and entry deterrence in heterogeneous product marketsNorbert Schulz, # 99-07
Third-degree price discrimination in an oligopolistic marketNorbert Schulz, # 99-06
A comment on Yin, Xiangkan and Yew-kwang Ng: quantity precomment and Bertrand competitionNorbert Schulz, # 99-05
Der deutsche Aktienmarkt, der Dollar und der AussenhandelHorst Entorf, # 99-04
Die Berücksichtigung der Gemeindefinanzen im LänderfinanzausgleichWerner Ebert and Steffen Meyer, # 99-03
Promotional banks as an instrument for improving the financing situation of small and medium sized enterprises in the transition economies of Central and Eastern EuropeAdalbert Winkler, # 99-02
The monetary policy of the ECB: pretence and realityPeter Bofinger, # 99-01

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