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26-2019 Heinz Gebhardt Lars-Hinrich R. Siemers
Die strukturelle Besserung der Länderfinanzen in derNiedrigzinsphase: die trügerische
Leichtigkeit des Scheins

Seo-Young Cho
An experimental Study on the Social Identity and Trust Behaviors of North Korean Refugees

24-2019 Carsten Hefeker
Stable Money and Central Bank Independence: Implementing Monetary Institutions in
Postwar Germany

Martin Baumgärtner and Jens Klose
Cash is King - Effects of ECB's Conventional and Unconventional Measures

Imane El Ouadghiri, Khaled Guesmi,
Jonathan Peillex and Andreas Ziegler
Public attention to environmental issues and stock market returns

21-2019 Wolfgang Kerber
Data-sharing in IoT Ecosystems from a Competition Law Perspective: The Example of
Connected Cars

Peter Tillmann
Trump Pressuring the Fed
Bernd Hayo, Kai Henseler and Marc Steffen
Complexity of ECB Communication and Financial Market Trading
18-2019 Victor von Loessl and Heike Wetze
Revenue decoupling and energy consumption: Empirical evidencefrom the U.S. electric
utilities sector

Bernd Hayo and Kentaro Iwatsubo
Who Is Successful in Foreign Exchange Margin Trading? New Survey Evidence from Japan

Mohammad Reza Farzanegan, Mehdi Feizi
and Hassan Gholipour Fereidouni
Drought and Property Prices: Empirical Evidence from Iran
Wolfgang Kerber and Daniel Gill
Access to Data in Connected Cars and the Recent Reform ofthe Motor Vehicle Type Approval

14-2019 Peter Tillmann
Robust Monetary Policy Under Uncertainty About the Lower Bound

13-2019 Samuel de Haas
Do pump prices really follow Edgeworth cycles? Evidence from the German retail fuel market
Samuel de Haas
Endogenous choice of minority shareholdings: Effects on product market competition

Astrid Dannenberg and Carlo Gallier
The Choice of Institutions to Solve Cooperation Problems: A Survey of Experimental

10-2019 Coletta Frenzel Baudisch
Chinese Capital Flows to African Economies and Real Bilateral Exchange Rates

Andreas Hanl und Jochen Michaelis
Digitales Zentralbankgeld als neues Instrument der Geldpolitik
 Wirtschaftsdienst, Vol. 99, No. 5, pp. 340 – 347
Astrid Dannenberg, Corina Haita-Falah
and Sonja Zitzelsberger
Voting on the Threat of Exclusion in a Public Goods Experiment
Mohammad Reza Farzanegan
and Hassan F. Gholipour
Growing up in the Iran-Iraq War and Preferences for Strong Defense
Ivo Bischoff, Simon Melch and
Eva Wolfschütz
Does tax competition drive cooperation in local economic development policies? Evidence
on inter-local business parks in Germany

Ivo Bischoff and Eva Wolfschütz
Inter-municipal cooperation in administrative tasks–the role of population dynamics and

David Finck and Peter Tillmann
The Role of Global and Domestic Shocks for Inflation Dynamics: Evidence from Asia

Jens Klose
Measuring Redenomination Risks in the Euro Area - New Evidence from Survey Data

Bernd Hayo, Kai Henseler and
Marc Steffen Rapp
Estimating the monetary policy interest-rate-to-performance sensitivity of the European
banking sector at the zero lower bound

Julika Herzberg
Protection and Profit: Empirical Evidence of Governmental and Market-based Forest Policies

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