Hohenheim discussion papers in business, economics and social sciences

Vorheriger Titel: Vorg. Forschungszentrum Innovation und Dienstleistung (Stuttgart-Hohenheim)
Verfasserangabe: University of Hohenheim, Faculty of Business, Economics and Social Sciences
Format: Monographische Schriftenreihe, Elektronische Schriftenreihe
Sprache: Unbestimmt
veröffentlicht: Stuttgart: Univ. Hohenheim, Fak. Wirtschafts- u. Sozialwiss., 2015-
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ISSN: 2364-2084
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Band Jahr Titel
2015,01 2015 The impact of temporary agency work on trade union wage setting a theoretical analysis Thomas Beissinger; Philipp Baudy
2015,02 2015 Participative political institutions and city development 800 - 1800 Fabian Wahl
2015,03 2015 EuroMInd-D a density estimate of monthly gross domestic product for the Euro area Tommaso Proietti; Martyna Marczak; Gianluigi Mazzi
2015,04 2015 Offshoring and labour market reforms modelling the German experience Thomas Beissinger; Nathalie Chusseau; Joël Hellier
2015,05 2015 Simulating knowledge diffusion in four structurally distinct networks an agent-based simulation model Matthias Mueller; Kristina Bogner; Tobias Buchmann; Muhamed Kudic
2015,06 2015 Bidirectional relationship between investor sentiment and excess returns new evidence from the wavelet perspective Martyna Marczak; Thomas Beissinger
2015,07 2015 Internet use and subjective well-being in China Peng Nie; Galit Nimrod; Alfonso Sousa-Poza
2015,08 2015 The long shadow of history roman legacy and economic development—; evidence from the German limes Fabian Wahl
2015,09 2015 Commute time and subjective well-being in urban China Peng Nie; Alfonso Sousa-Poza
2015,10 2015 The effect of project funding on innovative performance an agent-based simulation model Kristina Bogner
2015,11 2015 A neo-Schumpeterian perspective on the analytical macroeconomic framework the expanded reproduction system Bogang Jun, Tai-Yoo Kim
2015,12 2015 Are sociocultural factors important for studying a science university major? Volker Grossmann, Aderonke Osikominu, Marius Osterfeld
2015,13 2015 A data-–cleaning augmented Kalman filter for robust estimation of state space models Martyna Marczak, Tommaso Proietti, Stefano Grassi
2015,14 November 23, 2015 The reversal of the gender pay gap among public-contestselected young employees Carolina Castagnetti, Luisa Rosti, Marina Töpfer
2015,15 December 8, 2015 Democratic prospects in Imperial Russia the revolution of 1905 and the political stock market Alexander Opitz
2016,01 March 2016 Non-trading behaviour in choice experiments Michael Ahlheim, Jan Neidhardt
2016,02 March 2016 The legacy of Friedrich List the expansive reproduction system and the Korean history of industrialization Bogang Jun, Alexander Gerybadze, Tai-Yoo Kim
2016,03 April 2016 Food insecurity among older Europeans evidence from the survey of health, ageing, and retirement in Europe Peng Nie, Alfonso Souza-Poza
2016,04 May 2016 Population growth, saving, interest rates and stagnation discussing the Eggertsson-Mehrotra model Peter Spahn, University of Hohenheim
2016,05 May 2016 A data-driven procedure to determine the bunching window an application to the Netherlands Vincent Dekker, Kristina Strohmaier, Nicole Bosch
2016,06 May 2016 Deregulation of temporary agency employment in a unionized economy does this really lead to a substitution of regular employment? Philipp Baudy, Dario Cords
2016,07 June 2016 How important is precautionary labor supply? Robin Jessen, Davud Rostam-Afschar, Sebastian Schmitz
2016,08 June 2016 Fuel for life domestic cooking fuels and women’s health in rural China? Peng Nie, Alfonso Sousa-Poza, Jianhong Xue
2016,09 June 2016 The co-evolution of innovation networks collaboration between West and East Germany from 1972 to 2014 Bogang Jun, Seung-Kyu Yi, Tobias Buchmann, and Matthias Mueller
2016,10 August 2016 Continuity under a different name, the outcome of privatisation in Serbia Vladan Ivanovic, Vadim Kufenko, Boris Begovic, Nenad Stanisic, Vincent Geloso
2016,11 September 2016 The contribution of female health to economic development David E. Bloom, Michael Kuhny, Klaus Prettner
2016,12 September 2016 The quest for status and R&D-based growth Franz X. Hof, Klaus Prettner
2016,13 September 2016 Structural shift and increasing variety in Korea, 1960-–2010 empirical evidence of the economic development model by the creation of new sectors Jung-In Yeon, Andreas Pyka, Tai-Yoo Kim
2016,14 2016 The effect of teenage employment on character skills, expectationsand occupational choice strategies Benjamin Fuchs
2016,15 [2016] Has the German reunification strengthened Germany’s national innovation system? Triple Helix dynamics of Germany’s innovation system Seung-Kyu Yi, Bogang Jun
2016,16 September 29, 2016 Illuminating the World Cup effect night lights evidence from South Africa Gregor Pfeifer, Fabian Wahl, Martyna Marczak
2016,17 October 2016 Celebrating 30 years of Innovation System research what you need to know about Innovation Systems Malte Klein, Andreas Sauer
2016,18 October 2016 The implications of automation for economic growth and the labor share Klaus Prettner
2016,19 October 2016 Higher education and the fall and rise of inequality Klaus Prettner, Andreas Schaefer
2016,20 November 2016 You can't always get what you want? estimator choice and the speed of convergence Vadim Kufenko, Klaus Prettner
2018, 03 05.03.2018 Perceived wages and the gender gap in STEM fields Aderonke Osikominu, Gregor Pfeifer
2018, 09 2018 WeChat - using social media for the assessment of tourist preferences for environmental improvements in China Michael Ahlheim, Jan Neidhardt, Ute Siepmann, Xiaomin Yu
Discussion paper 01-2017 February 2017 Children’s health, human capital accumulation, and R&D-based economic growth Annarita Baldanzi, Alberto Bucci, Klaus Prettner ; Research Area "INEPA - Inequality and economic policy analysis"
Discussion paper 01-2018 07.02.2018 Founder CEOs and new venture media coverage Michael D. Howard (Mays Business School; Texas A&M University), Johannes Kolb (University of Hohenheim) ; Research Area INEF
Discussion paper 01-2019 [2019] International trade, development traps, and the core-periphery structure of income inequality Dominik Hartmann, Mayra Bezerra, Beatrice Lodolo, Flávio L. Pinheiro ; Research Area “INEPA – Inequality and Economic Policy Analysis”
Discussion paper 02-2017 February 2017 Moral hazard in VC finance more expensive than you thought Julius Tennert, Marie Lambert, Hans-Peter Burghof ; Research Area "INEF - Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Finance"
Discussion paper 02-2018 05.03.2018 Unconventional views on inflation control forward guidance, the neo-Fisherian approach, and the fiscal theory of the price level Peter Spahn
Discussion paper 02-2019 [2019] Go east on the impact of the Transiberian Railway on economic development in Eastern Russia Sebastian Seiffert ; Research Area "INEPA - Inequality and Economic Policy Analysis"
Discussion paper 03-2017 February 2017 Labour as a utility measure reconsidered Michael Ahlheim, Oliver Frör, Minh Duc Nguyen, Antonia Rehl, Ute Siepmann, Van Dinh Pham
Discussion paper 03-2018 2018 Perceived wages and the gender gap in STEM fields Aderonke Osikominu, Gregor Pfeifer ; Research Area INEPA
Discussion paper 03-2019 [2019] Knowledge networks in the German bioeconomy network structure of publicly funded R&D networks Kristina Bogner
Discussion paper 04-2017 March 2017 Gun violence in the U.S. correlates and causes Bohdan Kukharskyy, Sebastian Seiffert
Discussion paper 04-2018 05.03.2018 Three pillars of urbanization migration, aging, and growth Theresa Grafeneder-Weissteiner; Klaus Prettner; Jens Südekum ; Research Area INEPA
Discussion paper 04-2019 [2019] Identifying smart strategies for economic diversification and inclusive growth in developing economies the case of Paraguay Dominik Hartmann, Mayra Bezerra, Flávio L. Pinheiro ; Research Area "INEPA - Inequality and Economic Policy Analysis"
Discussion paper 05-2017 March 2017 Automation and demographic change Ana Abeliansky, Klaus Prettner
Discussion paper 05-2018 [2018] Does size matter? implications of household size for economic growth and convergence Vadim Kufenko, Vincent Geloso, Klaus Prettner ; Research Area “INEPA - Inequality and Economic Policy Analysis”
Discussion paper 05-2019 [2019] Decomposing a decomposition within-country differences and the role of structural change in productivity growth Octavio Escobar, Henning Mühlen ; Research Area "INEPA - Inequality and Economic Policy Analysis"
Discussion paper 06-2017 March 2017 Inequality and guard labor, or prohibition and guard labor? Vincent Geloso, Vadim Kufenko ; Research Area "INEPA - Inequality and economic policy analysis"
Discussion paper 06-2018 2018 The whole is greater than the sum of its parts pricing pressure indices for mergers of vertically integrated firms Michael Trost
Discussion paper 06-2019 [2019] Mapping stratification the industry-occupation space reveals the network structure of inequality Dominik Hartmann, Cristian Jara-Figueroa, Mary Kaltenberg, Paulo Gala
Discussion paper 07-2017 March 2017 On the possibility of automation-induced stagnation Emanuel Gasteiger, Klaus Prettner
Discussion paper 07-2018 2018 Testing for cointegration with threshold adjustment in the presence of structural breaks Karsten Schweikert
Discussion paper 07-2019 2019 Biogas plant optimization by increasing its exibility considering uncertain revenues Stephan Fichtner, Herbert Meyr
Discussion paper 08-2017 March 2017 The lost race against the machine automation, education and inequality in an R&D-based growth model Klaus Prettner, Holger Strulik ; Research Area "INEPA - Inequality and economic policy analysis"
Discussion paper 08-2018 2018 Price regulations and price adjustment dynamics evidence from the Austrian retail fuel market Evanthia Fasoula, Karsten Schweikert
Discussion paper 08-2019 2019 Data quality and information loss in standardised interpolated path analysis quality measures and guidelines Annika Lenz, Muhammed Kaya, Philipp Melzer, Andreas Schmid, Josepha Witt, Mareike Schoop ; Research Area "NegoTrans - Negotiation Research, Transformation, Technology, Media, and Costs"
Discussion paper 09-2017 March 2017 The economic burden of chronic diseases estimates and projections for China, Japan, and South Korea David E. Bloom, Simiao Chen, Michael Kuhn, Mark E. McGovern, Les Oxley, Klaus Prettner
Discussion paper 09-2018 2018 WeChat using social media for the assessment of tourist preferences for environmental improvements in China Michael Ahlheim, Jan Neidhardt, Ute Siepmann, Xiaomin Yu
Discussion paper 10-2017 May 2017 The local environment shapes refugee integration evidence from post-war Germany Sebastian Till Braun, Nadja Dwenger ; Research Area "INEPA - Inequality and economic policy analysis"
Discussion paper 10-2018 2018 The international sales accelerator a project management tool for improving sales performance in foreign target markets Alexander Gerybadze, Simone Wiesenauer
Discussion paper 11-2017 June 2017 Divergence, convergence, and the history-augmented Solow model Vadim Kufenko; Klaus Prettner; Vincent Geloso ; Research Area "INEPA - Inequality and economic policy analysis"
Discussion paper 11-2018 2018 Die wirtschaftlichen Folgen der Automatisierung Klaus Prettner, Niels Geiger, Johannes Schwarzer
Discussion paper 12-2017 July 4, 2017 How do entrepreneurial portfolios respond to income taxation? Frank M. Fossen, Ray Rees, Davud Rostam-Afschar, Viktor Steiner
Discussion paper 12-2018 2018 Competitiveness at the country-sector level new measures based on global value chains Martyna Marczak, Thomas Beissinger
Discussion paper 13-2017 June 2017 Spatial differences in stunting and household agricultural production in South Africa (re-)examining the links using national panel survey data Steffen Otterbach, Michael Rogan ; Research Area "INEPA - Inequality and economic policy analysis"
Discussion paper 13-2018 [2018] Automatisierung, Wachstum und Ungleichheit Niels Geiger, Klaus Prettner, Johannes Schwarzer
Discussion paper 14-2017 July 2017 The convergence of the gender pay gap an alternative estimation approach Carolina Castagnetti; Luisa Rosti; Marina Töpfer
Discussion paper 14-2018 [2018] The size of the middle class and educational outcomes theory and evidence from the Indian subcontinent Klaus Prettner, Sebastian Seiffert
Discussion paper 15-2017 July 2017 On the determinants of speculation a case for extended disclosures in corporate risk management1 Andreas Hecht
Discussion paper 15-2018 [2018] The effect of women directors on innovation activity and performance of corporate firms evidence from China Marina Töpfer ; Research Area “INEF – Innovation, Entrepreneurship, and Finance”
Discussion paper 16-2017 [2017] Proceedings of the 17th International Conference on Group Decision and Negotiation edited by Mareike Schoop (University of Hohenheim), D. Marc Kilgour (Wilfrid Laurier University) ; Research Area NegoTrans
Discussion paper 16-2018 [2018] Trade and welfare effects of a potential free trade agreementbetween Japan and the United States Timo Walter ; Research Area “INEPA – Inequality and Economic Policy Analysis”
Discussion paper 17-2017 [2017] Doctoral Consortium of the 17th International Conference on Group Decision and Negotiation edited by Mareike Schoop (University of Hohenheim), D. Marc Kilgour (Wilfrid Laurier University) ; Research Area NegoTrans
Discussion paper 17-2018 [2018] The effects of economic sanctions on trade new evidence from apanel PPML gravity approach Jonas Frank ; Research Area “INEPA – Inequality and Economic Policy Analysis”
Discussion paper 18-2017 July 24, 2017 Savings banks and the industrial revolution in Prussia supporting regional development with public financial institutions Sibylle Lehmann-Hasemeyer; Fabian Wahl
Discussion paper 18-2018 [2018] The effect of culture on trade over time new evidence from the GLOBE data set Jonas Frank
Discussion paper 19-2017 July 31, 2017 A review of spatial econometric models for count data Stephanie Glaser
Discussion paper 19-2018 [2018] Technological unemployment revisited automation in a searchand matching framework Dario Cords, Klaus Prettner ; Research Area “INEPA – Inequality and Economic Policy Analysis"
Discussion paper 20-2017 August 3, 2017 Endogenous technology, matching, and labor unions does low-skilled immigration affect the technological alignment of the host country? Dario Cords ; Research Area “INEPA - Inequality and Economic Policy Analysis”
Discussion paper 20-2018 [2018] The persistence of ownership inequality investors on the Germanstock exchanges, 1869-1945 Sibylle Lehmann-Hasemeyer, Andreas Neumayer ; Research Area “INEPA – Inequality and Economic Policy Analysis"
Discussion paper 21-2017 28.09.2017 Preschool child care and child well-being in Germany does the migrant experience differ? Micha Kaiser, Jan M. Bauer ; Research Area “INEPA - Inequality and Economic Policy Analysis”
Discussion paper 21-2018 [2018] Shaming for tax enforcement evidence from a new policy Nadja Dwenger, Lukas Treber
Discussion paper 22-2017 28.09.2017 Lord of the Lemons origin and dynamics of state capacity Thilo R. Huning, Fabian Wahl
Discussion paper 22-2018 [2018] The role of FDI in structural change evidence from Mexico Octavio Escobar, Henning Mühlen
Discussion paper 23-2017 August 30, 2017 Structural transformation and its relevance for economic growth in sub-Saharan Africa Matthias Busse, Ceren Erdogan, Henning Mühlen ; Research Area “INEPA – Inequality and Economic Policy Analysis”
Discussion paper 23-2018 [2018] Does regulation trade-off quality against inequality? The case of German architects and construction engineers Davud Rostam-Afschar, Kristina Strohmaier ; Research Area “INEPA – Inequality and Economic Policy Analysis"
Discussion paper 24-2017 28.09.2017 The value of political connections in the first German democracy evidence from the Berlin stock exchange Sibylle Lehmann-Hasemeyer, Alexander Opitz
Discussion paper 24-2018 [2018] Obesity inequality and the changing shape of the bodyweight distribution in China Peng Nie, Lanlin Ding and Alfonso Sousa-Poza ; Research Area “INEPA – Inequality and Economic Policy Analysis”
Discussion paper 25-2017 28.09.2017 Livestock asset dynamics among pastoralists in Northern Kenya Samuel Mburu, Micha Kaiser, Alfonso Sousa-Poza ; Research Area “INEPA – Inequality and Economic Policy Analysis”
Discussion paper 25-2018 [2018] Wasted! Resource recovery and waste management in Cuba Michael Ahlheim, Maike Becker, Yeniley Allegue Losada, Heike Trastl
Discussion paper 26-2017 28.09.2017 Detailed RIF decomposition with selection the gender pay gap in Italy Marina Töpfer ; Research Area “INEPA – Inequality and Economic Policy Analysis”
Discussion paper 26-2018 [2018] Was war falsch am Merkantilismus? Peter Spahn
Discussion paper 27-2017 September 13, 2017 Optimal taxation under different concepts of justness Robin Jessen, Maria Metzing, Davud Rostam-Afschar ; Research Area “INEPA – Inequality and Economic Policy Analysis”
Discussion paper 27-2018 [2018] North-South trade agreements and the quality of institutions panel data evidence Sophie Therese Schneider ; Research Area “INEPA – Inequality and Economic Policy Analysis”
Discussion paper 28-2017 28.09.2017 Clustering surgical procedures for master surgical scheduling Alexander Kressner, Katja Schimmelpfeng
Discussion paper 29-2017 28.09.2017 Robots and the skill premium an automation-based explanation of wage inequality Clemens Lankisch, Klaus Prettner, Alexia Prskawetz ; Research Area “INEPA – Inequality and Economic Policy Analysis”
Discussion paper 30-2017 12.12.2017 Arbeitswelt: digital – - Belastung: real? der erlebte Wandel der Arbeitswelt innerhalb der IT-Branche aus Sicht der Arbeitnehmer Ann-Sophie Adelhelm, Melanie Bathelt, Mirjam Bathelt, Bettina Bürkin, Sascha Klein, Sabrina Straub, Lea Wagner, Fabienne Walz
Discussion paper 31-2017 12.12.2017 Longevity-induced vertical innovation and the tradeoff between life and growth Annarita Baldanzi, Klaus Prettner, Paul Tscheuschner
Discussion paper 32-2017 12.12.2017 The effect of transfer pricing regulations on intra-industry trade Vincent Dekker, Kristina Strohmaier