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27-2015
Dominik Heinisch, Önder Nomaler, Guido Buenstorf, Koen Franken and Harry Lintsen
Same place, same knowledge - same people? The geography of non-patent citations in Dutch polymer patents

26-2015
Max Albert
Elementary logic for philosophy of science and economic methodology

25-2015
Benjamin Käfer
The value of a joint liability scheme: Estimating group support for German Landesbanken

24-2015
Elisabeth Schulte and Mike Felgenhauer
Preselection and expert advice

23-2015
Christian Bergholz and Ivo Bischoff
Citizen's preferences for inter-municipal cooperation in rural areas: Evidence from a survey in three Hessian counties

22-2015
Jakob Palek and Benjamin Schwanebeck
Optimal monetary and macroprudential policy in a currency union

21-2015
Seo-Young Cho
Does prostitution constrain sex crimes? Micro-evidence from Korea

20-2015
Sebastian Schäfer and Lisa Schulten
Efficient promotion of renewable energy with reverse auctions

19-2015
Florian Neumeier
Do businessmen make good governors?

18-2015
Tim Brühn and Georg Götz
Exclusionary practices in two-sided markets: The effect of radius clauses on competition between shopping centers

17-2015
Matthias Greiff
Integrating affective responses into game theory: A dual selves model

16-2015
Andreas Ziegler
On the relevance of ideological identification and environmental values for beliefs and attitudes toward climate change: An empirical cross country analysis

15-2015
Alexandru Mandes
Impact of inventory-based electronic liquidity providers within a high frequency event- and agent-based modeling framework

14-2015
Andreas Hildenbrand, Rainer Kühl and Anne Piper
Do negative headlines really undermine the credibility of a quality label? A quasi-natural experiment

13-2015
Shima'a Hanafy
Determinants of FDI location in Egypt - empirical analysis using governorate panel data

12-2015
Shima'a Hanafy
Patterns of foreign direct investment in Egypt - descriptive insights from a novel panel dataset at the governorate level

11-2015
Bernd Hayo and Edith Neuenkirch
The influence of media use on laymen's monetary policy knowledge in Germany

10-2015
Matthias Neuenkirch and Florian Neumeier
Always affecting the wrong people? The impact of US sanctions on poverty

09-2015
Annette Meinusch and Peter Tillmann
Quantitative easing and tapering uncertainty: Evidence from Twitter

08-2015
Seo-Young Cho
Does gender equality promote social trust? An empirical investigation

07-2015
Mohammad Reza Farzanegan, Mohammad Mohammadikhabbazan and Hossein Sadeghil
Effect of oil sanctions on the macroeconomic and household welfare in Iran: New evidence from a CGE model

06-2015
Jakob Palek
The optimal monetary and fiscal policy mix in a financially heterogeneous monetary union

05-2015
Christoph Bühren and Stefan Krabel
Individual performance after success and failure - a natural experiment

04-2015
Claudia Schwirplies and Andreas Ziegler
Offset carbon emissions or pay a price premium for avoiding them? A cross-country analysis of motives for climate protection activities
03-2015
Ivo Bischoff and Özcan Ihtiyar
Feedback and Emotions in the Trust Game

02-2015
Claudia Schwirplies
Adaptation vs. climate protection: Responses to climate change and policy preferences of individuals in China, Germany, and the USA

01-2015
Lorenz Blume, Bernd Hayo and Stefan Voigt
Correlates and Determinants of Direct Democracy

                   
     
     
     

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