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  • Schumpeter BSE Macro Seminar

    Lifestyle Behaviors and Wealth-Health Gaps in Germany

    03.05.2022| Minchul Yum, University of Mannheim
  • DIW Weekly Report 12 / 2022

    Rent Control Reduces Economic Inequality at a Price

    Over the course of the 20th century, governments have frequently used rent control to keep rents affordable, especially in times of crisis when housing is scarce. Existing research shows that rent control has undesirable side effects, such as overall societal welfare losses, market misallocation, a declining housing supply, and lower mobility. However, there has been little research examining the effect ...

    2022| Konstantin A. Kholodilin, Sebastian Kohl
  • DIW Roundup 139 / 2022

    Rent Control Effects through the Lens of Empirical Research

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

    2022| Konstantin A. Kholodilin
  • Diskussionspapiere 2022 / 2022

    No Taxation without Reallocation: The Distributional Effects of Tax Changes

    This paper investigates the dynamic effects of tax changes on the cross-sectional distribution of disposable income in the United States using a narrative identification approach. I distinguish between changes in personal and corporate income taxes and quantify the distributional effects on families and business owners. I document that tax changes affect incomes along the distribution differently and ...

    2022| Stephanie Ettmeier
  • Infographic

    People at risk of poverty become in need of care much earlier than wealth people

    02.11.2021
  • Diskussionspapiere 1927 / 2021

    Rent Price Control – Yet Another Great Equalizer of Economic Inequalities? Evidence from a Century of Historical Data

    The long-run U-shaped patterns of economic inequality are standardly explained by basic economic trends (Piketty’s r>g), taxation policies, or “great levelers,” like catastrophes. This paper argues that housing policy, in particular rent control, is a neglected explanatory factor in understanding overall inequality. We hypothesize that rent control could decrease overall housing wealth, lower incomes ...

    2021| Konstantin A. Kholodilin, Sebastian Kohl
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    Housing Rent Dynamics and Rent Regulation in St. Petersburg (1880–1917)

    This article studies housing rents in St. Petersburg from 1880 to 1917, covering an eventful period of Russian and world history. Digitizing over 5000 rental advertisements, we construct a state-of-the-art index – the first pre-war and pre-Soviet market data index for any Russian city. In 1915, a rent control and tenant protection policy was introduced in response to soaring prices following the outbreak ...

    In: Explorations in Economic History 81 (2021), 101398, 30 S. | Konstantin A. Kholodilin, Leonid E. Limonov, Sofie R. Waltl
  • DIW Weekly Report 46 / 2021

    Income Inequality in Germany Temporarily Sinks During Crises

    This study is the first to investigate the interdependence of income inequality and business cycles in Germany over the past 40 years. These fluctuations in income inequality are important because they are decisive for designing effective and targeted structural redistributive and stabilization measures. The results of this study show that income inequality in Germany fluctuates with the business cycle ...

    2021| Geraldine Dany-Knedlik, Alexander Kriwoluzky
  • Diskussionspapiere 1967 / 2021

    Zooming in on Monetary Policy - The Labor Share and Production Dynamics of Two Million Firms

    Conditional on a contractionary monetary policy shock, the labor share of value added is expected to decrease in the basic New Keynesian model. By providing firm-level evidence, we are first to validate this proposition. Using local projections and high dimensional fixed effects, we show that a one standard deviation contractionary monetary policy shock decreases firms' labor share by 0.4 percent, ...

    2021| Jan Philipp Fritsche, Lea Steininger
  • Diskussionspapiere 1964 / 2021

    Income Business Cycles

    Using a wide variety of business cycle dating and filtering techniques, this paper documents the cyclical behavior of the post-tax income distribution in the US. First, all incomes are cyclical and co-move with the business cycle. Second, lower and higher income individuals experience significantly larger fluctuations across the business cycle than middle-income individuals. Third, these fluctuations ...

    2021| Geraldine Dany-Knedlik, Alexander Kriwoluzky, Sandra Pasch
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