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MAGKS Joint Discussion Paper Series in Economics

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Coordination: Bernd Hayo • Philipps University Marburg
School of Business and Economics • Universitätsstraße 24, D-35032 Marburg
Tel. +49-6421-2823091, Fax: +49-6421-2823088
e-mail: hayo@wiwi.uni-marburg.de

Contact: Israel García
Tel. +49-6421-28 23090
E-mail: israel.dominguez@wiwi.uni-marburg.de

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Number Author Title Published
45-2022 Bernd Hayo and Pierre-Guillaume Méon Influencing Public Trust in Central Banks: Identifying who is Open to New Information
44-2022 Umut Unal, Bernd Hayo and Isil Erol Housing Market Convergence: Evidence from Germany
43-2022 David Finck Optimal Monetary Policy Under Heterogeneous Beliefs
42-2022 Mohammad Reza Farzanegan and Ahmed M. Badreldin Islam and Entrepreneurship: The Role of Islamic Banking
41-2022 Bernd Hayo and Johannes Zahner What’s that Noise? Analysing Sentiment-based Variation in Central Bank Communication
40-2022 Dania Eugenidis and David Lenz Measuring Gender Differences in Personalities through Natural Language in the Labor Force: Application of the 5-Factor Model
39-2022 Chiara Drolsbach, Maximilian Maurice Gail, and Phil-Adrian klotz Pass-through of Temporary Fuel Tax Reductions: Evidence from Europe
38-2022 Umut Unal, Bernd Hayo, and Isil Erol The Effect of Immigration on the German Housing Market
37-2022 Christoph Bühren, Martin Gschwend, and Alex Krumer Feedback, Gender, and Choking under Pressure: Evidence from Alpine Skiing
36-2022 Stefan Büchele and Carina Marten Math Skill Growth and Learning Differences in Higher Education. Can Lower-Skilled Students Catch up?
35-2022 Stefan Büchele What do we Actually Know About Math Learning Strategies?
34-2022 David Finck, Mathias Hoffmann, and Patrick Hürtgen On the Empirical Relevance of the Exchange Rate as a Shock Absorber at the Zero Lower Bound
33-2022 Lara Bartels and Martin Kesternich Motivate the Crowd or Crowd-them out? The Impact of Local Government Spending on the Voluntary Provision of a Green Public Good
32-2022 Daniel Stempel and Johannes Zahner DSGE Models and Machine Learning: An Application to Monetary Policy in the Euro Area
31-2022 Anastasiya-Mariya Asanov Noha, Igor Asanov, and Guido Buenstorf Mental Health and Stress Level of Ukrainians Seeking Psychological Help Online
30-2022 Daniel Engler, Gunnar Gutsche, Amantia Simixhiu, and Andreas Ziegler Social Norms and Individual Climate Protection Activities: A Framed Field Experiment for Germany
29-2022 Toshi H. Arimura, Elke D. Groh, Miwa Nakai, and Andreas Ziegler The Causal Effect of Private and Organizational Climate-Related Identity on Climate Protection Activities: Evidence from a Framed Field Experiment in Japan
28-2022 Max Fuchs Does a CBDC Reinforce Inefficiencies?
27-2022 Christoph Bühren and Dominic Jung Performing without Pressure? The Effect of Ghost Games on Effort- and Skill-based Tasks in the Football Bundesliga
26-2022 Moritz Grebe„ and Peter Tillmann Household Expectations and Dissent Among Policymakers
25-2022 Bettina Chlond, Timo Goeschl, and Martin Kesternich More Money or Better Procedures? Evidence from an Energy Efficiency Assistance Program
24-2022 Erik Heilmann, Nikolai Klempp, Kai Hufendiek, and Heike Wetzel Long-term Contracts for Network-supportive Flexibility in Local Flexibility Markets
23-2022 Israel García and Bernd Hayo The Influence of Politicians’ Sex on Political Budget Cycles: An Empirical Analysis of Spanish Municipalities
22-2022 Simon Hildebrandt and Jochen Michaelis The Financial Resource Curse Revisited: The Supply-Side Effect of Low Interest Rates
20-2022 Jens Klose European Exchange Rate Adjustments in Response to COVID-19, Containment Measures and Stabilization Policies
19-2022 Astrid Dannenberg, Gunnar Gutsche, Marlene Batzke, Sven Christens, Daniel Engler, Fabian Mankat, Sophia Möller, Eva Weingärtner, Andreas Ernst, Marcel Lumkowsky, Georg von Wangenheim, Gerrit Hornung, and Andreas Ziegler The Effects of Norms on Environmental Behavior
18-2022 Carsten Hefeker Policy Competition, Imitation and Coordination Under Uncertainty
17-2022 Mohammad Reza Farzanegan and Hassan F. Gholipour Ukraine Invasion and Votes in favour of Russia in the UN General Assembly
16-2022 Mohammad Reza Farzanegan and Sven Fischer Who Supports War for Justice and Why? Evidence from Russia and Ukraine
15-2022 Hongyi Chen and Peter Tillmann Lockdown Spillovers
14-2022 Dania Eugenidis, Jan Kinne, and David Lenz Analysing Gender Equality at the Firm Level
13-2022 Miwa Nakai, Victor von Loessl, and Heike Wetzel Preferences for Dynamic Electricity Tariffs: A Comparison of Households in Germany and Japan
12-2022 Tino Berger and Christian Ochsner Tracking the German Business Cycle
11-2022 Bernd Hayo Documentation Paper: Representative Survey on Attitudes and Knowledge About Inflation and Monetary Policy in Germany Conducted in December 2021
10-2022 Max Fuchs CBDC as Competitor for Bank Deposits and Cryptocurrencies
09-2022 Andreas Marcus Gohs Forecasting Market Diffusion of Innovative Battery-Electric and Conventional Vehicles in Germany under Model Uncertainty
08-2022 Jens Klose and Peter Tillmann Stock Market Response to Covid-19, Containment Measures and Stabilization Policies – The Case of Europe
07-2022 Dzung Bui, Lena Dräger, Bernd Hayo, and Giang Nghiem The Marginal Propensity to Consume During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Evidence from Thailand and Vietnam
06-2022 Phil-Adrian Klotz Leadership Communication and COVID-19 Vaccination Hesitancy
05-2022 Max Fuchs and Jochen Michaelis Is a Secondary Currency Essential? – On the Welfare Effects of a New Currency
04-2022 Thilo K.G. Haverkamp, Heinz Welsch and Andreas Ziegler The Relationship between Pro-environmental Behavior, Economic Preferences, and Life Satisfaction: Empirical Evidence from Germany
03-2022 Martin Baumgärtner Financial Markets and ECB Monetary Policy Communication – A Second QE Surprise
02-2022 Marina Lagemann and Peter Winker Inconsistent Response Behavior: A Potential Pitfall in Modeling the Link between Educational Attainment and Social Network Characteristics
01-2022 Jens Klose and Peter Tillmann The Real and Financial Impact of COVID-19 Around the World

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