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Prof. Dr. Peter Haan

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Professur für empirische Wirtschaftsforschung

S-Professur in Kooperation mit dem Deutschen Institut für Wirtschaftsforschung (DIW) Berlin

Professor

S-Professur für Empirische Wirtschaftsforschung

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Forschungsschwerpunkte:

Sozialpolitik, Empirische Finanzwissenschaft, Angewandte Mikroökonometrie

Lehre

Sommesemester 2021

In den volkswirtschaftlichen Masterprogrammen in Economics und Public Economics wird in diesem Semester der Kurs Mikroökonometrie – Strukturelle Mikroökonometrie angeboten.

Lehrplanung*

Kursangebot               

SoSe 2021

WiSe 21/22

SoSe 2022

The tax and transfer system – Empirical policy evaluation

Master Public Economics / Economics

  Forschungssemester  

Structural Econometrics

Master Public Economics / Economics, Berlin School of Economics

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Introduction to Policy Analysis and Policy Advice

Berlin School of Economics
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*Kurzfristig kann es Änderungen in der Lehrplanung geben.

Ausgewählte Publikationen/Forschungsprojekte

  • Nonparametric regression with selectively missing covariates (with Christoph Breunig), Journal of Econometrics, forthcoming.
  • Optimal Unemployment Insurance and Welfare Benefits in a Life-cycle model of Family Labor Supply and Savings (with Victoria Prowse), CRC-190 Discussion Paper 189, 2019, revise and resubmit, American Economic Journal: Macroeconomics.
  • Insurance, Redistribution, and the Inequality of Lifetime Income (with Daniel Kemptner and Victoria Prowse),  CRC-190 Discussion Paper 188, 2019, revise and resubmit, Quantitative Economics.
  • Wind electricity subsidies – Windfall for land owners? Evidence from a feed-in tariff in Germany (with Martin Simmler), Journal of Public Economics, 159, pp 16-32, 2018.
  • Pension incentives and early retirement (with Barbara Engels and Johannes Geyer), Labour Economics, 47, pp. 216-231, 2017.
  • The effects of family policy on mothers' labor supply: Combining evidence from a structural model and a quasi‐experimental approach (with Johannes Geyer und Katharina Wrohlich), Labour Economics, 36, pp. 84-98, 2015.

  • Longevity, Life-cycle Behavior and Pension Reform (with Victoria Prowse), Journal of Econometrics, 178, (3), pp. 582-601, 2014.

  • Optimal Unemployment Insurance and Welfare Benefits in a Life-cycle model of Family Labor Supply and Savings (with Victoria Prowse), IZA Discussion Papers, No. 8980, 2014.