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Schriftenreihe: WiSo-HH working paper series


Nr. Titel Autor Jahr Band
1 Culture, female labour force participation, and selective migration : new meta-analytic evidence Markowsky, Eva 2022 65
2 Targets in international climate policy : (mis)understanding two degrees Otto, Felix et al. 2022 64
3 Economics in Action - die Erstellung von Wirtschaftsprognosen in der (Corona-)Krise Emme, Verena et al. 2021 63
4 Uncovering heterogeneous regional impacts of Chinese monetary policy Tsang, Andrew 2021 62
5 Who benefits? Heterogeneous effects of international student mobility on occupational attainment Waibel, Stine et al. 2020 61
6 Die Nachfolgerauswahl in Zeiten des technologischen Wandels Hillebrand, Sebastian 2020 60
7 Successor selection in times of continuity and renewal : a discrete choice-experiment Hillebrand, Sebastian et al. 2020 59
8 Product development and (international) market development as reinforcing growth strategies : the role of family control Hillebrand, Sebastian 2020 58
9 Replacing temperature targets by subsidiary targets: how accurate are they? : overshooting vs. economic losses Stein, Lukas et al. 2020 57
10 A scheme for jointly trading-off costs and risks of solar radiation management and mitigation under long-tailed climate sensitivity probability density distributions Roshan, Elnaz et al. 2020 56
11 Cost risk analysis: how robust is it in view of Weitzmans dismal theorem and underdetermined risk functions? Held, Hermann 2020 55
12 How to formulate climate targets under uncertainty and anticipated future learning about climate sensitivity? : an axiomatic review of the strong sustainability paradigm Schreyer, Felix et al. 2020 54
13 Evaluating delayed climate policy by cost-risk analysis Roth, Robert et al. 2020 53
14 Oil price shocks, protest and the shadow economy: is there a mitigation effect? Ishak, Phoebe W. et al. 2020 52
15 The mission in sight : how a leaders' motivation and awareness relates to their followers' mission valence Mayr, Marcel 2019 51
16 The struggle within : public managers' identity struggles in citizen collaboration and their response strategies Aschhoff, Nils 2019 50
17 Positioning sustainability to deal with complex systems : from sustainability identity to sustainability outlook Mortimer, Genevieve et al. 2019 49
18 Gender matters in language and economic behaviour Beblo, Miriam et al. 2019 48
19 Hamburg-BUS 2019 : Bürgerumfrage der Sozialwissenschaften für Hamburg Bock, Olaf et al. 2019 47
20 Consulting the chrystal ball: firms foresight and a cap-and-trade scheme with endogenous supply adjustments Willner, Maximilian 2018 46
21 Technological change and labor market integration Bublitz, Elisabeth, 1984- 2018 45
22 Why the EU market stability reserve deters long-term low-carbon investments Perino, Grischa 2017 44
23 For "better" or "worse" : a direct approach to elicit preference rankings from life-satisfaction data Köke, Sonja 2017 43
24 Impact measurement in venture philantrophy organizations : a single case study Hochstädter, Anna Katharina 2017 42
25 Networks, institutions, culture and association? : a case study on associative actions in the German markets for organic food Dombrowski, Simon 2017 41
26 Nachhaltige Normativität im globalen Raum : Kontestation und Konstitutionalisierung Wiener, Antje 2017 38
27 Remove or reserve? : allowance prices and design choices in phase IV of the EU emission trading system Perino, Grischa 2017 36
28 Competition, collective bargaining, and immigrant wage gaps within German establishments Ohlert, Clemens 2016 35
29 Hamburg-BUS Herbst 2016 : Bürgerumfrage der Sozialwissenschaften für Hamburg Marcinkiewicz, Kamil, 1983- 2016 34
30 Can nudges be transparent and yet effective? Bruns, Hendrik 2016 33
31 I'm in a hurry, I don't want to know! : the effects of time pressure and transparency on self-serving behavior Jarke, Johannes et al. 2016 32
32 What difference does long-horizon uncertaintly make? : housing investment choises in the presence of risky steady state house prices Chen, Xi 2016 31
33 Special interest politic : contribution schedules versus nash bargaining Voss, Achim et al. 2016 30
34 The swing voter's curse in social networks Buechel, Berno et al. 2016 29
35 The price and emission effects of a market stability reserve in a competitive allowance market Perino, Grischa 2015 28
36 Innovation and family firms : departing from R&D mediations Steeger, Jonas et al. 2015 27
37 Breaking down the wall between nature and nurture : an exploration of gendered work preferences in East and West Germany Beblo, Miriam et al. 2015 26
38 Reciprocity models revisited : intention factors and reference values Hinz, Janna et al. 2015 25
39 Information-sensitive Leviathans : the emergence of centralized punishment Nicklisch, Andreas et al. 2015 24
40 Climate campaigns, cap-and-trade and carbon leakage : why trying to reduce your carbon footprint can harm the climate Perino, Grischa 2015 23
41 Adversity is a school of wisdom : experimental evidence on cooperative protection against stochastic losses Köke, Sonja et al. 2015 22
42 Do renewable energy policies reduce carbon emissions? : on caps and inter-industry leakage Jarke, Johannes et al. 2015 21
43 Trust, but verify? : when trustworthiness is observable only through (costly) monitoring Goeschl, Timo et al. 2014 20
44 Underpricing of initial public offerings in experimental asset markets Füllbrunn, Sascha et al. 2014 19
45 Stock price dynamics and the business cycle in an estimated DSGE model for South Africa Paetz, Michael et al. 2014 18
46 The power of love : a subtle driving force for unegalitarian labor division? Görges, Luise 2014 17
47 What goes around, comes around : experimental evidence on exposed lies Schnapp, Kai-Uwe et al. 2014 16
48 The optimal climate policy of mitigation and adaptation : a real options theory perspective Glanemann, Nicole 2014 15
49 On the interaction of deterrence and emotions Khadjavi, Menusch 2014 14
50 The joint benefits of observed and unobserved social sanctions Glöckner, Andreas et al. 2014 13
51 The social value of transparency and accountability : experimental evidence from asymmetric public goods games Khadjavi, Menusch et al. 2014 12
52 Fiscal stimulus and households' non-durable consumption expenditures : evidence from the 2009 Australian nation building and jobs plan 2014 11
53 Testing the endowment effect for default rules Marcin, Isabel et al. 2014 10
54 Sunk-cost fallacy with partial reversibility : an experimental investigation Haita, Corina 2013 9
55 Parents' ambitions and children's competitiveness Khadjavi, Menusch et al. 2014 8
56 Maintaining the common pool : voluntary water conservation in response to varying scarcity Aisbett, Emma et al. 2013 7
57 Second vs. third party punishment under costly monitoring : a new experimental method and evidence Goeschl, Timo et al. 2013 6
58 Strategic choices for redistribution and the veil of ignorance : theory and experimental evidence Gerber, Anke et al. 2013 5
59 Zur Ziehung von Stichproben in schwer erreichbaren Zielgruppen mit gravitationsanalytischen Methoden Hoops, Christian et al. 2013 4
60 On the impulse in impulse learning Ding, Jieyao et al. 2013 3
61 Politische Stimmung in der Freien und Hansestadt Hamburg : Ergebnisse einer allgemeinen Bevölkerungsumfrage Bock, Olaf et al. 2012 2
62 hroot : Hamburg registration and organization online tool Bock, Olaf et al. 2012 1


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