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2010 Red Cards: Not Such Bad News For Penalized Guest TeamsMechtel, Mario; Brändle, Tobias; Stribeck, Agnes; Vetter, Karin
2010 Opening clauses in collective bargaining agreements: More flexibility to save jobs?Brändle, Tobias; Heinbach, Wolf Dieter
2011 Tarifliche Öffnung in Deutschland: Ausmaß, Determinanten, AuswirkungenBrändle, Tobias; Heinbach, Wolf Dieter; Maier, Michael F.
2013 Union Bargaining and Intra-Industry Productivity Differentials: Theory and Evidence from GermanyBrändle, Tobias; Baumann, Florian
2013 Sickness Absence, Works Councils, and Personnel Problems. Evidence from German Individual and Linked Employer-Employee DataArnold, Daniel; Brändle, Tobias; Goerke, Laszlo
2013 Outsourcing Potentials and International Tradability of Jobs. Evidence from German Micro-Level DataKoch, Andreas; Brändle, Tobias
2013 Flexible collective bargaining agreements: Still a moderating effect on works council behaviour?Brändle, Tobias
2013 Outsourcing potentials and international tradability of jobs: Evidence from German micro-level dataBrändle, Tobias; Koch, Andreas
2014 Sickness absence and works councils: Evidence from German individual and linked employer-employee dataArnold, Daniel; Brändle, Tobias; Goerke, Laszlo
2014 Decomposing a Matching Estimation - Correlated Unobserved non-random Selection, Substitution, and Causal Effects in a Large Scale ALMP Program in GermanyFervers, Lukas; Brändle, Tobias; Webel, Carina
2014 Sickness absence and works councils: Evidence from German individual and linked employer-employee dataArnold, Daniel; Brändle, Tobias; Goerke, Laszlo
2014 Offshoring and outsourcing potentials of jobs: Evidence from German micro-level dataBrändle, Tobias; Koch, Andreas
2014 Sickness absence and works councils: Evidence from German individual and linked employer-employee dataArnold, Daniel; Brändle, Tobias; Goerke, Laszlo
2014 Is offshoring linked to offshoring potentials? Evidence from German linked-employer-employee dataBrändle, Tobias
2015 The one constant: A causal effect of collective bargaining on employment growth? Evidence from German linked-employer-employee dataBrändle, Tobias; Goerke, Laszlo
2015 Coaching, Counseling, Case-Working: Do They Help the Older Unemployed Out of Benefit Receipt and Back into the Labor Market?Boockmann, Bernhard; Brändle, Tobias
2015 Integrating Older Employees into the Labour Market – Evidence from a German Labour Market ProgrammeBoockmann, Bernhard; Brändle, Tobias
2015 The one constant: A causal effect of collective bargaining on employment growth? Evidence from German linked-employer-employee dataBrändle, Tobias; Goerke, Laszlo
2015 Coaching, counseling, case-working: Do they help the older unemployed out of benefit receipt and back into the labor market?Boockmann, Bernhard; Brändle, Tobias
2015 We want them all covered! Collective bargaining and firm heterogeneity. Theory and evidence from GermanyBaumann, Florian; Brändle, Tobias