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  • Refereed essays Web of Science

    Education and Pandemic SARS-CoV-2 Infections in the German Working Population: The Mediating Role of Working from Home

    Objectives SARS-CoV-2 infections were unequally distributed during the pandemic, with those in disadvantaged socioeconomic positions being at higher risk. Little is known about the underlying mechanism of this association. This study assessed to what extent educational differences in SARS-CoV-2 infections were mediated by working from home.Methods We used data of the German working population derived ...

    In: Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment & Health (2024), im Ersch. [online first: 2024-02-12] | Benjamin Wachtler, Florian Beese, Ibrahim Demirer, Sebastian Haller, Timo-Kolja Pförtner, Morten Wahrendorf, Markus M Grabka, Jens Hoebel
  • Press Release

    Sanctions against Russia in 2014 had an effect, but their potential was far from being fully exploited

    Sanctions against Russia following the annexation of Crimea reduced consumption in Russia by 1.4 percent - Simulations show that the potential for sanctions could have been higher - Involvement of emerging economies would have increased sanction pressure - Sanctions caused greater losses for small economies in the proximity of Russia than for large economies - Burden-sharing funds could reduce asymmetries With ...

    21.02.2024
  • Research Project

    WEALTHTRAJECT: Understanding Trajectories of Wealth Accumulation and Their Variability

    As part of the ERC Consolidator Grant WEALTHTRAJECT, SOEP Senior Research Fellow Philipp Lersch will break new ground in wealth research over the next five years, and further expand the range of high quality data collection by SOEP. WEALTHTRAJECT is the first project to comprehensively and systematically investigate diversity in long-term wealth trajectories within and between social groups. The...

    Current Project| German Socio-Economic Panel study
  • Externe Monographien

    De-Fueling Externalities: Causal Effects of Fuel Taxation and Mediating Mechanisms for Reducing Climate and Pollution Costs

    This paper provides the most comprehensive assessment of how fuel taxation reduces climate and pollution externalities with a quasi-experimental evaluation of the world’s largest environmental tax reform. Leveraging multiple causal inference methods, we compare carbon and air pollutant emissions of the actual and counterfactual German transport sector following the 1999 eco-tax reform and demonstrate ...

    München: CESifo, 2023, 37 S.
    (CESifo Working Papers ; 10508)
    | Pier Basaglia, Sophie M. Behr, Moritz A. Drupp
  • Externe Monographien

    Measuring the Dunkelflaute: How (not) to Analyze Variable Renewable Energy Shortage

    As variable renewable energy sources increasingly gain importance in global energy systems, there is a growing interest in understanding periods of variable renewable energy shortage (``Dunkelflauten''). Defining, quantifying, and comparing such shortage events across different renewable generation technologies and locations presents a surprisingly intricate challenge. Various approaches exist in different ...

    Ithaca: arXiv.org, 2024, 29 S.
    (arXiv ; 402.06758)
    | Martin Kittel, Wolf-Peter Schill
  • Refereed essays Web of Science

    Rent Control Effects through the Lens of Empirical Research: An Almost Complete Review of the Literature

    Rent control is a highly debated social policy that has been omnipresent since World War I. Since the 2010s, it is experiencing a true renaissance, for many cities and countries facing chronic housing shortages are desperately looking for solutions, directing their attention to controling housing rents and other restrictive policies. Is rent control useful or does it create more damage than utility? ...

    In: Journal of Housing Economics (2024), 101983, im Ersch. [online first: 2024-02-20] | Konstantin A. Kholodilin
  • Brown Bag Seminar Industrial Economics

    Brown Bag Seminar Industrial Economics

    27.03.2024| Robin Sogalla, DIW Berlin
  • Personnel news

    Alexander Roth has successfully defended his dissertation

    Alexander Roth, who works at the Energy, Transportation, Environment department, has successfully defended his dissertation at Technische Universität Berlin. The dissertation with the title "Five essays in energy economics - Numerical and empirical perspectives on the decarbonization of the energy sector" was supervised by Prof. Dr. Christian von Hirschhausen. We congratulate Alexander on his success ...

    22.02.2024
  • Weitere externe Aufsätze

    Production and Cost Structure in the Rail Industry

    In: Pedro Cantos Sánchez, Marc Ivaldi (Eds.) , Economic Analysis and Policy Evaluation in the Railway Industry - An International Perspective
    San Diego [u.a.] : Academic Press
    im Ersch.
    | Heike Link, A.J.S. Smith
  • DIW Weekly Report 8 / 2024

    Coalitions for Sanctions Heighten Costs for Russia but Burden of Implementation Should Be Shared among Member Countries

    Countries increasingly form alliances to collectively impose sanctions. However, the resulting impact of such coordination remains unclear. Analyzing the 2014 wave of sanctions against Russia over 400,000 simulations with a quantitative trade model, this report demonstrates that multilateral cooperation through coalitions simultaneously reduced domestic welfare losses incurred from sanctions and intensified ...

    2024| Sonali Chowdhry, Julian Hinz, Joschka Wanner, Katrin Kamin
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