IAB-Discussion Paper, Institut für Arbeitsmarkt- und Berufsforschung (IAB)

Collection's Items (Sorted by Year of Publication in Descending order): 1 to 20 of 322
Year of PublicationTitleAuthor(s)
2015 What could all the money do? Ergebnisse eines faktoriellen Surveys zur Bedeutung von Opportunitätskosten bei WeiterbildungsentscheidungenOsiander, Christopher; Dietz, Martin
2015 Revisiting German labour market reform effects: A panel data analysis for occupational labour marketsStops, Michael
2015 Exports, agglomeration and workforce diversity: An empirical assessment for German establishmentsBrunow, Stephan; Grünwald, Luise
2015 Multinational resilience or dispensable jobs? German FDI and employment in the Czech Republic around the Great RecessionEisermann, Merlind; Moritz, Michael; Stockinger, Bastian
2015 Do changes in regulation affect temporary agency workers' job satisfaction?Busk, Henna; Jahn, Elke J.; Singer, Christine
2015 Higher wages or lower expectations? Adjustments of German firms in the hiring processBrenzel, Hanna; Müller, Anne
2015 The productivity effect of migrants: Wage cost advantages and heterogeneous firmsLucht, Michael; Haas, Anette
2015 Offshoring of medium-skill jobs, polarization, and productivity effect: Implications for wages and low-skill unemploymentVallizadeh, Ehsan; Muysken, Joan; Ziesemer, Thomas
2015 The effect of hiring subsidies on regular wagesMoczall, Andreas
2015 From deregulation to re-regulation: Trend reversal in German labour market institutions and its possible implicationsWalwei, Ulrich
2015 A Global Vector Autoregression (GVAR) model for regional labour markets and its forecasting performance with leading indicators in GermanySchanne, Norbert
2015 Wages in high-tech start-ups: Do academic spin-offs pay a wage premium?Dorner, Matthias; Fryges, Helmut; Schopen, Kathrin
2015 Individual and workplace-specific determinants of paid and unpaid overtime work in GermanyZapf, Ines
2015 Occupational and regional mobility as substitutes: A new approach to understanding job changes and wage inequalityReichelt, Malte; Abraham, Martin
2015 Endogenizing take-up of social assistance in a microsimulation model: A case study for GermanyWiemers, Jürgen
2015 Job mobility as a new explanation for the immigrant-native wage gap: A longitudinal analysis for the German labor marketBrenzel, Hanna; Reichelt, Malte
2015 Direct and indirect effects of mass layoffs: Evidence from geo-referenced dataVom Berge, Philipp; Schmillen, Achim
2015 Verheißung oder Bedrohung? Die Arbeitsmarktwirkungen einer vierten industriellen RevolutionMöller, Joachim
2015 Location choice of German multinationals in the Czech Republic: The importance of agglomeration economiesHecht, Veronika
2015 The role of innovation and agglomeration for employment growth in the environmental sectorHorbach, Jens; Janser, Markus
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