Paper der Woche

Einmal pro Woche fassen wir ein wissenschaftliches Paper oder einen Journal Artikel in Form eines Social-Media-Threads zusammen. Hier listen wir sämtliche Papers, die Quellenangaben und die dazugehörigen Threads jeweils zu unseren Schwerpunkten Arbeit, Klima und Verteilung.

Acemoglu, D., He, A., & le Maire, D. (2022). Eclipse of Rent-Sharing: The Effects of Managers’ Business Education on Wages and the Labor Share in the US and Denmark (No. w29874). National Bureau of Economic Research. Twitter
Agrawal, D., Poterba, J., & Zidar, O. (2024) Policy Responses to Tax Competition: An Introduction. NBER Working Papers 32090. Twitter
Alesina, A., Miano, A., & Stantcheva, S. (2018) Immigration and redistribution (No. w24733). National Bureau of Economic Research. Twitter
Alonso, C., Brussevich, M., Dabla-Norris, M. E., Kinoshita, Y., & Kochhar, M. K. (2019). Reducing and redistributing unpaid work: Stronger policies to support gender equality. International Monetary Fund. Twitter
Alstadsæter, A., Godar, S., Nicolaides, P. & Zucman, G. (2023) Global Tax Evasion Report 2024. EU Tax Observatory. Twitter
Alstadsæter, A., Johannesen, N., & Zucman, G. (2019) Tax evasion and inequality. American Economic Review, 109(6), 2073-2103. Twitter
Alstadsæter, A., Johannesen, N., Le Guern Herry, S. & Zucman, G. (2022) Tax evasion and tax avoidance. Journal of Public Economics, 206,104587. Twitter
Alvarez, J., Bluedorn, M. J. C., Hansen, M. N. J. H., Huang, Y., Pugacheva, E., & Sollaci, A. (2022) Wage-price spirals: What is the historical evidence?. International Monetary Fund. Twitter
Ansell, B., & Cansunar, A. (2021) The political consequences of housing (un) affordability. Journal of European Social Policy, 31(5), 597-613. Twitter
Arce, O., Ciccarelli, M., Kornprobst, A., Montes-Galdón, C. (2024) What Caused the Euro Area Post-Pandemic Inflation? An application of Bernanke and Blanchard (2023). ECB Occasional Paper No. 343. Twitter
Autor, D., Dube, A., & McGrew, A. (2023) The unexpected compression: Competition at work in the low wage labor market (No. w31010). National Bureau of Economic Research. Twitter
Balboni, C., Bandiera, O., Burgess, R., Ghatak, M., & Heil, A. (2022) Why do people stay poor?. The Quarterly Journal of Economics, 137(2), 785-844. Twitter
Bassoli, E., Brilli, Y. (2023) Working longer or opting out? Women’s costly response to a recent pension reform, Paris School of Economics.
Boll, P. D., Mergele, L., & Zierow, L. (2022) The gender pay gap in university student employment. Empirical Economics, 1-61. Twitter
Bonneau, C., & Grobon, S. (2022) Unequal access to higher education based on parental income: evidence from France. Documents de travail du Centre d’Économie de la Sorbonne. Twitter
Bornukova, K., Hernández, A., Picos, F. (2024) Investing in Children: The Impact of EU Tax and Benefit Systems on Child Poverty and Inequality, JRC Working Papers on Taxation and Structural Reforms, 2/2024. Twitter
Bosch, N., & Micevska-Scharf, M. (2017) Who Bears the Burden of Social Security Contributions in the Netherlands? Evidence from Dutch Administrative Data. Twitter
Bossler, M., & Schank, T. (2023) Wage inequality in Germany after the minimum wage introduction. Journal of Labor Economics, 41(3), 000-000. Twitter
Bostwick, V. K., & Weinberg, B. A. (2022) Nevertheless she persisted? Gender peer effects in doctoral STEM programs. Journal of Labor Economics, 40(2), 397-436. Twitter
Buckman, S. R., Choi, L. Y., Daly, M. C., & Seitelman, L. M. (2022) The Economic Gains from Equity. Brookings Papers on Economic Activity, 2021(2), 71-139. Twitter