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2000 Innovations, Wages and Demand for Heterogeneous Labour: New Evidence from a Matched Employer-Employee Data-SetBellmann, Lutz; Schank, Thorsten
2002 Works Councils - Sand or Grease in the Operation of German Firms?Schank, Thorsten; Schnabel, Claus; Wagner, Joachim
2002 Skill-biased technological change, international trade and the wage structureKölling, Arnd; Schank, Thorsten
2003 German Works Councils in the Production ProcessAddison, John T.; Schank, Thorsten; Schnabel, Claus; Wagner, Joachim
2003 German works councils in the production processAddison, John T.; Schank, Thorsten; Schnabel, Claus; Wagner, Joachim
2003 Productivity, investment in ICT and market experimentation: micro evidence from Germany und the USHaltiwanger, John; Jarmin, Ron; Schank, Thorsten
2004 Practical estimation methods for linked employer-employee dataAndrews, Martyn J.; Schank, Thorsten; Upward, Richard
2004 Kehrtwende in der ArbeitszeitpolitikHeckmann, Markus; Schank, Thorsten
2004 Works Councils, Labor Productivity and Plant Heterogeneity : Evidence from Quantile RegressionsWagner, Joachim; Addison, John T.; Schnabel, Claus; Schank, Thorsten
2004 Exporting Firms Do Not Pay Higher Wages, Ceteris Paribus : First Evidence from Linked Employer-Employee DataWagner, Joachim; Schnabel, Claus; Schank, Thorsten
2004 Practical estimation methods for linked employer-employee dataAndrews, Martyn J.; Schank, Thorsten; Upward, Richard
2004 Betriebliche Determinanten des √úberstundeneinsatzesSchank, Thorsten; Schnabel, Claus
2004 Does Worksharing Work? Some Empirical Evidence from the IAB PanelSimmons, R.; Schank, Thorsten; Andrews, Martyn J.
2004 Exporting firms do not pay higher wages, ceteris paribus : First evidence from linked employer-employee dataWagner, Joachim; Schnabel, Claus; Schank, Thorsten
2005 The demand for labor: an analysis using matched employer-employee data from the German LIAB ; will the high unskilled worker own-wage elasticity please stand up?Addison, John T.; Bellmann, Lutz; Schank, Thorsten; Teixeira, Paulino
2005 Do Works Councils Inhibit Investment?Addison, John T.; Schank, Thorsten; Schnabel, Claus; Wagner, Joachim
2005 Do Works Councils Inhibit Investment?Wagner, Joachim; Schnabel, Claus; Schank, Thorsten; Addison, John T.
2005 Practical estimation methods for linked employer-employee dataUpward, Richard; Schank, Thorsten; J. Andrews, Martyn
2006 Gender differences in labor supply to monopsonistic firms: an empirical analysis using linked employer-employee data from GermanyHirsch, Boris; Schank, Thorsten; Schnabel, Claus
2006 Gender Differences in Labor Supply to Monopsonistic Firms: An Empirical Analysis Using Linked Employer-Employee Data from GermanyHirsch, Boris; Schank, Thorsten; Schnabel, Claus