Research Papers in Economics

2016AuthorTitlePublished in
No. 15/16Jan Pablo Burgard / Matthias Neuenkirch / Matthias NöckelState-Dependent Transmission of Monetary Policy in the Euro AreaJournal of Money, Credit and Banking
No. 14/16Christian Bauer / Sebastian WeberThe Efficiency of Monetary Policy when Guiding Inflation Expectations 
No. 13/16Ludwig von Auer / Andranik Stepanyan / Mark TredeClassifying Industries Into Types of Relative ConcentrationJournal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series A
No. 12/16Alexandra M. D. Hild / Bernhard Herz / Christian BauerThe European Stability Mechanism — bastion of calm or crisis accelerant? 
No. 11/16Matthias NeuenkirchAn Unconventional Approach to Evaluate the Bank of England’s Asset Purchase ProgramOpen Economies Review
No. 10/16Christian Haddad / Lars HornufThe Emergence of the Global Fintech Market: Economic and Technological Determinants 
No. 09/16Jerg Gutmann / Matthias Neuenkirch / Florian NeumeierPrecision-Guided or Blunt? The Effects of US Economic Sanctions on Human Rights 
No. 08/16Andreas Haupenthal / Matthias NeuenkirchGrexit News and Stock ReturnsApplied Economics
No. 07/16Uwe JirjahnWorks Councils and Employer Attitudes toward the Incentive Effects of HRM Practices 
No. 06/16Jörn Block / Lars Hornuf / Alexandra MoritzWhich updates during an equity crowdfunding campaign increase crowd participation? 
No. 05/16Tobias KranzCalibrating the Equilibrium Condition of a New Keynesian Model with UncertaintyReview of Economics
No. 04/16Martha OttenbacherRetiring intentions: the role of conflicts with the boss and health status as a moderator 
No. 03/16John S. Heywood / Uwe Jirjahn / Cornelia StruewingLocus of Control and Performance Appraisal 
No. 02/16Bernd Hayo / Matthias NeuenkirchCentral Banks’ Predictability: An Assessment by Financial Market Participants 
No. 01/16Uwe JirjahnThe Adoption and Termination of Profit Sharing for Employees: Does Management’s Attitude Play a Role?