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Year of PublicationTitleAuthor(s)
2009Are there social returns to both firm-level and regional human capital? Evidence from German social security dataBraakmann, Nils
2009Other-regarding preferences, spousal disability and happiness evidence from German couplesBraakmann, Nils
2009The role of firm-level and regional human capital for the social returns to education: evidence from German social security dataBraakmann, Nils
2010The consequences of own and spousal disability on labor market outcomes and subjective well-being: evidence from GermanyBraakmann, Nils
2014Reconsidering the impact of family size on labour supply: The twin-problems of the twin-birth instrumentBraakmann, Nils; Wildman, John
2008Non scholae, sed vitae discimus!: the importance of fields of study for the gender wage gap among Germany university graduates during labor market entry and the first years of their careereBraakmann, Nils
2007Differences in the earnings distribution of self- and dependent employed German men: evidence from a quantile regression decomposition analysisBraakmann, Nils
2007The impact of September 11th, 2001 on the job prospects of foreigners with Arab background: evidence fom German labor market dataBraakmann, Nils
2008Crime does pay (at least when it's violent)!: on the compensating wage differentials of high regional crime levelsBraakmann, Nils
2008The smoking wage penality in the United Kingdom: regression and matching evidence from the British household survey panelBraakmann, Nils