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Dr. Clemens Hetschko

Clemens Hetschko

Research Associate

Address Boltzmannstr. 20
Room 211
D-14195 Berlin
Telephone +49 (0)30 838 51249
Fax +49 (0)30 838 4 51244
Email clemens.hetschko@fu-berlin.de

Office hours

by arrangement

Short Curriculum Vitae

Present position

  • Researcher (Post Doc), Chair of International Public Economics (Professor Ronnie Schöb), School of Business & Economics, FU Berlin (since 2014).

Affiliation

  • CESifo Affiliate (since 2016).

Previous positions

  • Researcher (Prae Doc), Chair of International Public Economics (Professor Ronnie Schöb), School of Business & Economics, FU Berlin (2011-2014).
  • Assistant to the dean (Professor Ronnie Schöb), School of Business & Economics, FU Berlin (2010-2013).
  • Assistant to the coordinator of the Master program in Public Economics (Professor Ronnie Schöb), School of Business & Economics, FU Berlin (2009-2010).

Academic qualification

  • Doctoral studies in economics at the FU Berlin (2014)
    Degree: Dr. rer. pol. (PhD equivalent, mark: summa cum laude), FU Berlin.
  • University education in economics at MLU Halle-Wittenberg and FU Berlin
    Degree: Dipl.-Vw. (Master equivalent, mark: 1.6), FU Berlin.

Research visits

  • Max Planck Institute for Tax Law and Public Finance, Munich (2015).
  • Institute for Labour Law and Industrial Relations in the European Union, Trier (2013, 2014, 2015).
  • Institute for Health and Well-being, Leeds Beckett University (2012).

Conference organisation

  • Workshop on Public Debt in Germany, Bucerius Law School, Hamburg (2011).

Referee for

Journal of Population Economics, Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, Labour Economics, FinanzArchiv, Journal of Labor Economics, International Tax and Public Finance, Economic and Industrial Democracy, Applied Research in Quality of Life.

Link: Academic CV (pdf)

 

 

Summer semester 2015

  • Lecture and Problem Class Economics of Happiness (Master)

  • Seminar Labour Market and Social Policies for Poverty Prevention (Master)

Winter semester 2015/2016

  • Seminar Normative Behavioral Economics (Master)

  • Seminar If the Euro Area Crisis Is Over, Why Is Growth So Low? (Master)

  • Seminar Financial and Economic Policy: Public Goods (Bachelor)

Summer semester 2015

  • Lecture and Problem Class International Public Economics (Master)

Winter semester 2014/2015

  • Seminar Behavioural Public Economics (Master)
  • Seminar Determinants of the Labour Supply (Bachelor)

Summer semester 2014

  • Lecture International Public Economics (Master)
  • Seminar Labour and Happiness (Bachelor)

Winter semester 2013/2014

  • Problem Class Labor Market Policy (Master)

Summer semester 2013

  • Problem Class International Public Economics (Master)
  • Seminar Markets and Morals (Master)

Summer semester 2012

  • Problem Class International Public Economics (Master)

Winter semester 2011/12

  • Problem Class International Public Economics (Master)

Summer semester 2011

  • Problem Class Introduction in Labour Economics (Bachelor)
  • Seminar Behavioral Public Economics (Master)

Winter semester 2010/11

  • Problem Class Welfare State Reforms (Master)

Summer semester 2010

  • Problem Class Introduction in Labour Economics (Bachelor)

Winter semester 2009/10

  • Seminar International Taxation (Master)

Research in Progress

  • Income Support, Employment and Well-Being (with R. Schöb and T. Wolf)
  • Labour Market Flexibilisation, Employer Changes and Well-Being (with A. Chadi)
  • Unemployment, Retirement and Well-Being (with A. Knabe & R. Schöb)
  • OECD Better Life Index (with R. Schöb and L. von Reumont)
  • Job Loss and Risk aversion (with M. Preuß)

Book

[1] On the Relationship of Unemployment and Well-Being, PhD Thesis, Freie Universität Berlin, 2014.


Articles in refereed journals

[3] "On the Misery of Losing Self-employment", Small Business Economics 47(2), 461–478, 2016.

[2] "Flexibilization without Hesitation? Temporary Contracts and Job Satisfaction" (with A. Chadi), Oxford Economic Papers 68(1), 217-237, 2016.

[1] "Changing Identity – Retiring from Unemployment" (with A. Knabe & R. Schöb), The Economic Journal 124(575), 149-166, 2014.


Working papers

[5] Income Support, (Un-)Employment and Well-Being, (with R. Schöb & T. Wolf), School of Business and Economics Discussion Papers, Freie Universität Berlin, No. 2016/15.

[4] How Job Changes Affect People's Lives – Evidence from Subjective Well-being Data (with A. Chadi), CESifo Working Paper No. 5929, 2016.

[3] Income in Jeopardy: How Losing Employment Affects the Willingness to Take Risks (with M. Preuß), School of Business and Economics Discussion Papers, Freie Universität Berlin, No. 2015/32.

[2] The Magic of the New: How Job Changes Affect Job Satisfaction (with A. Chadi), IAAEU Discussion Paper Series in Economics No. 05/2014.

[1] Looking Back in Anger? Retirement and Unemployment Scarring (with A. Knabe & R. Schöb), CESifo Working Paper No. 4784, 2014.


Policy contributions

[6] „Of honeymoons, hangovers, and fixed-term contracts“ (with A. Chadi), Oxford University Press Blog, 21.10.2015.

[5] "Macht Arbeit glücklich?" (with A. Knabe), in: K. F. Zimmermann & H. Hinte (eds.), Zeitenwende am Arbeitsmarkt – Wie der demographische Wandel die Erwerbsgesellschaft verändert, BPB: Bonn, 428-450, 2013.

[4] „Die Bereinigung um finanzielle Transaktionen – Achillesferse der deutschen Schuldenbremse“ (with M. Thye), Deutsches Verwaltungsblatt, 12/2012, 743-747.

[3] "Die Konjunkturbereinigung in den Ländern im Rahmen der Schuldenbremse", in: C. Hetschko, J. Pinkl, H. Pünder & M. Thye (eds.), Staatsverschuldung in Deutschland nach der Föderalismusreform II – eine Zwischenbilanz, Bucerius Law School Press: Hamburg, 61-73, 2012.

[2] „Achtung, Bremsversagen!“ (with D. Quint & M. Thye), Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 23.11.2012.

[1] "Identity and Well-Being: How Retirering Makes the Unemployed Happier" (with A. Knabe & R. Schöb), VoxEU, 4.5.2012.

[1] German version:Ausweg Ruhestand? Wie der Renteneintritt das Unglück der Arbeitslosen behebt“ (with A. Knabe & R. Schöb), Ökonomenstimme, 21.11.2011.


Book Review

[1] „Samuel Cameron: ,The Economics of Hate‘“, Journal of Economics, 99(189), 189-191, 2010.


Editorship

[1] Staatsverschuldung in Deutschland nach der Föderalismusreform II – eine Zwischenbilanz (joint with J. Pinkl, H. Puender & M. Thye), Bucerius Law School Press: Hamburg, 2012.