ifso working paper series

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ifso working papers are preliminary scholarly papers emerging from research at and around the Institute for Socio-Economics at the University of Duisburg-Essen.

 

ISSN 2699-7207

 

Creative Commons License Unless otherwise stated ifso working papers are published under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

 

ifso working paper 23

Oliver Braganza
Market paternalism - Do people really want to be nudged towards consumption?

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ifso working paper 22

Miriam Rehm, Alyssa Schneebaum, Barbara Schuster
Intra-Couple Wealth Inequality: What‘s Demographics Got to Do With It?

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ifso working paper 21

Jakob Kapeller
Zur ökonomischen Verhaltenstheorie: Grundlagen, Kritik, Alternativen – Eine Orientierung für Studierende

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ifso working paper 20

Matthias Aistleitner, Jakob Kapeller, Dominik Kronberger
The Authors of Economics Journals Revisited: Evidence from a Large-Scale Replication of Hodgson & Rothman

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ifso working paper 19 | 2022
Izaskun Zuazu
Robots and Women in Manufacturing Employment
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ifso working paper 18 | 2022
Maximilian Krahé
Changing accounts of the relationship between capitalism and democracy: from incompatibility to partnership, and back?
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ifso working paper 17 | 2022
Jan Behringer, Martin Gonzalez Granda, Till van Treeck
Varieties of the rat race. Working hours in the age of abundance
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ifso working paper 16 | 2021
Jakob Kapeller, Stuart Leitch, Rafael Wildauer
Is a €10 trillion European climate investment initiative fiscally sustainable?
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ifso working paper 15 | 2021
Mattias Muckenhuber, Miriam Rehm, Matthias Schnetzer
The Migrant Wealth Gap at the Household Level: Evidence From RIF Regressions for Austria
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ifso working paper 14 | 2021
Benjamin Ferschli, Miriam Rehm et al.
Labor-Saving Technological Change? Sectoral Evidence from Germany
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ifso working paper 13 | 2021
Vera Huwe
Whose Streets? Justice in Transport Decarbonization and Gender
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ifso working paper 12 | 2021
Lisa Hanzl, Miriam Rehm
Less Work, More Labor: School Closures and Work Hours during the COVID-19 Pandemic in Austria
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ifso working paper 11 | 2021
Sebastian Jungkunz, Paul Marx
Income Changes Do Not Influence Political Participation: Evidence from Comparative Panel Data
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ifso working paper 10 | 2020
Claudius Gräbner, Philipp Heimberger, Jakob Kapeller et al.
The evolution of debtor-creditor relationships within a monetary union: Trade imbalances, excess reserves and economic policy
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ifso working paper 9 | 2020
Claudius Gräbner, Philipp Heimberger, Jakob Kapeller
Do the “smart kids” catch up? Technological capabilities, globalisation and economic growth
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ifso working paper 8 | 2020
Claudius Gräbner, Philipp Heimberger, Jakob Kapeller
Pandemic pushes polarisation: The Corona crisis and macroeconomic divergence in the Eurozone
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ifso working paper 7 | 2020
Jakob Kapeller, Claudius Gräbner
Konzernmacht in globalen Güterketten
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ifso working paper 6 | 2020
Claudius Gräbner, Dennis Tamesberger, Philipp Heimberger, Timo Kapelari, Jakob Kapeller
Trade Models in the European Union
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ifso working paper 5 | 2019
Jakob Kapeller, Claudius Gräbner, Philipp Heimberger
Economic Polarisation in Europe: Causes and Policy Options
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ifso working paper 4 | 2019
Stefan Ederer, Miriam Rehm
Wealth Inequality and Aggregate Demand
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ifso working paper 3 | 2019
Claudius Gräbner, Dennis Tamesberger, Philipp Heimberger, Timo Kapelari, Jakob Kapeller
Trade Models in the European Union
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ifso working paper 2 | 2019
Stefan Ederer, Maximilian Mayerhofer, Miriam Rehm
Rich and Ever Richer: Differential Returns Across Socio-Economic Groups
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ifso working paper 1 | 2019
Jan Behringer, Till van Treeck
The Corporate Sector and the Current Account
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