Browsing All of EconStor by Author Weber, Isabella

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Year of PublicationTitleAuthor(s)
2019Inequality in energy consumption: Statistical equilibrium or a question of accounting conventions?Semieniuk, Gregor; Weber, Isabella
2021The nature of money and the theory of international trade: Thornton and RicardoWeber, Isabella
2021The (im-)possibility of rational socialism: Mises in China's market reform debateWeber, Isabella
2021What you exported matters: Persistence in productive capabilities across two eras of globalizationWeber, Isabella; Semieniuk, Gregor; Westland, Tom; Liang, Junshang
2021Shooting for an economic "miracle": German post-war neoliberal thought in China's market reform debateWeber, Isabella
2021China's ancient principles of price regulation through market participation: The Guanzi from a comparative perspectiveWeber, Isabella
2022Systemic cycles of accumulation, spatial expansion and chaos: Adding a missing linkGoldsmiths, Giorgos Galanis; Koutny, Christian; Weber, Isabella
2022The state-constituted market economy: A conceptual framework for China's state-market relationsWeber, Isabella; Qi, Hao
2022Persistence in world export patterns and productive capabilities across two globalizationsWeber, Isabella; Semieniuk, Gregor; Liang, Junshang; Westland, Tom
2022How to design EU-level contingency plans for gas shortages? Evidence from behavioural economics, policy research and past experience. Final reportNeuhoff, Karsten; Weber, Isabella; Szulecki, Kacper; Goldthau, Andreas
2022Inflation in times of overlapping emergencies: Systemically significant prices from an input-output perspectiveWeber, Isabella; Jauregui, Jesus Lara; Teixeira, Lucas; Pires, Luiza Nassif
2023The Tale of the German Gas Price Brake: Why We Need Economic Disaster Preparedness in Times of Overlapping EmergenciesWeber, Isabella; Beckmann, Thore; Thie, Jan-Erik
2023Sellers' inflation, profits and conflict: Why can large firms hike prices in an emergency?Weber, Isabella; Wasner, Evan
2024Can price controls be optimal? The economics of the energy shock in GermanyKrebs, Tom; Weber, Isabella