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2009 Does leaving welfare improve health? Evidence for GermanyHuber, Martin; Lechner, Michael; Wunsch, Conny
2009 Do German welfare-to-work programmes reduce welfare and increase work?Huber, Martin; Lechner, Michael; Wunsch, Conny; Walter, Thomas
2010 Should welfare administration be centralized or decentralized? Evidence from a policy experimentBoockmann, Bernhard; Thomsen, Stephan L.; Walter, Thomas; Göbel, Christian; Huber, Martin
2010 How to control for many covariates? Reliable estimators based on the propensity scoreHuber, Martin; Lechner, Michael; Wunsch, Conny
2010 Should welfare administration be centralized or decentralized? Evidence from a policy experimentBoockmann, Bernhard; Thomsen, Stephan L.; Walter, Thomas; Göbel, Christian; Huber, Martin
2012 A test of the conditional independence assumption in sample selection modelsHuber, Martin; Melly, Blaise
2013 The Effect of Firms' Partial Retirement Policies on the Labour Market Outcomes of their EmployeesHuber, Martin; Lechner, Michael; Wunsch, Conny
2013 The effect of firms' partial retirement policies on the labour market outcomes of their employeesHuber, Martin; Lechner, Michael; Wunsch, Conny
2013 The Effect of Firms' Partial Retirement Policies on the Labour Market Outcomes of Their EmployeesHuber, Martin; Lechner, Michael; Wunsch, Conny
2014 The effect of firms' partial retirement policies on the labour market outcomes of their employeesWunsch, Conny; Huber, Martin; Lechner, Michael
2014 Workplace health promotion and labour market performance of employeesHuber, Martin; Lechner, Michael; Wunsch, Conny
2014 Direct and Indirect Treatment Effects: Causal Chains and Mediation Analysis with Instrumental VariablesFrölich, Markus; Huber, Martin
2014 Workplace Health Promotion and Labour Market Performance of EmployeesHuber, Martin; Lechner, Michael; Wunsch, Conny
2014 Treatment Evaluation with Multiple Outcome Periods under Endogeneity and AttritionFrölich, Markus; Huber, Martin
2014 Direct and indirect treatment effects: Causal chains and mediation analysis with instrumental variablesFrölich, Markus; Huber, Martin
2015 Endogeneity and Non-Response Bias in Treatment Evaluation: Nonparametric Identification of Causal Effects by InstrumentsFricke, Hans; Frölich, Markus; Huber, Martin; Lechner, Michael
2015 The Finite Sample Performance of Semi- and Nonparametric Estimators for Treatment Effects and Policy EvaluationFrölich, Markus; Huber, Martin; Wiesenfarth, Manuel
2015 Direct and indirect treatment effects: Causal chains and mediation analysis with instrumental variablesFrölich, Markus; Huber, Martin
2015 Direct and Indirect Effects of Training Vouchers for the UnemployedHuber, Martin; Lechner, Michael; Strittmatter, Anthony
2016 Direct and Indirect Effects Based on Difference-in-Differences with an Application to Political Preferences Following the Vietnam Draft LotteryDeuchert, Eva; Huber, Martin; Schelker, Mark