Team

Dr. Johannes Geyer

Dr. Johannes Geyer
Role
Deputy Head of Department
Department
Public Economics
Field(s) of work
Social Policy
Key activities
  • Social Policy
  • Pensions
  • Long-term care
  • Microeconometrics
  • Microsimulation

    Publications at DIW Berlin

    Monographien/ Sammelwerke extern (2017)

    Entwicklung der Altersarmut bis 2036: Trends, Risikogruppen und Politikszenarien

    Peter Haan, Holger Stichnoth, Maximilian Blömer, Hermann Buslei, Johannes Geyer, Garla Krolage, Kai-Uwe Müller
    Aufsätze referiert extern - ISI (2017)

    Pension Incentives and Early Retirement

    Barbara Engels, Johannes Geyer, Peter Haan
    Diskussionspapiere/ Discussion Papers (2017)

    Closing Routes to Retirement: How Do People Respond?

    Johannes Geyer, Clara Welteke
    Aufsätze referiert extern - ISI (2017)

    Indirect Fiscal Effects of Long-Term Care Insurance

    Johannes Geyer, Peter Haan, Thorben Korfhage

    Lectures at DIW Berlin

  • Vortrag 29th Annual Conference of the European Association of Labour Economists : EALE 2017
    St. Gallen, Schweiz, 21.09.2017 - 23.09.2017

    Closing Routes to Retirement - How do People Respond?
    Johannes Geyer, Clara Welteke

  • Vortrag Alternative Geld- und Finanzarchitekturen : Jahrestagung 2017 des Vereins für Socialpolitik
    Wien, Österreich, 03.09.2017 - 06.09.2017

    Heterogeneous Labor Market Effects of Pension Reforms : Household Characteristics Matter
    Peter Haan, Anna Hammerschmid, Johannes Geyer, Michael Peters

  • Vortrag Alternative Geld- und Finanzarchitekturen : Jahrestagung 2017 des Vereins für Socialpolitik
    Wien, Österreich, 03.09.2017 - 06.09.2017

    A Decomposition of Changes in Old-Age Poverty in Germany
    Peter Haan, Johannes Geyer, Kent Troutman

  • Vortrag 32nd Annual Congress of the European Economic Association - 70th European Meeting of the Econometric Society : EEA - ESEM 2017
    Lissabon, Portugal, 21.08.2017 - 25.08.2017

    The Interaction of Pension System and Unemployment Insurance - Evidence from two Reforms
    Johannes Geyer, Johannes Endler

  • Vortrag 32nd Annual Congress of the European Economic Association - 70th European Meeting of the Econometric Society : EEA - ESEM 2017
    Lissabon, Portugal, 21.08.2017 - 25.08.2017

    Closing Routes to Retirement - How do People Respond?
    Johannes Geyer, Clara Welteke

  • Research Projects

    Wiederkehrendes Projekt

    Labor Market and Welfare Effects of Family Policy – A Microsimulation Study für Germany 

    Themen: Arbeit und Beschäftigung, Demographie und Bevölkerung, Soziales und Gesundheit
    Aktuelles Projekt

    More Years better Lifes (LONGLIVES)

    Themen: Demographie und Bevölkerung
    Abgeschlossenes Projekt

    Individual careers and the development of old-age income in the demographic change - a microsimulation study for Germany

    Themen: Arbeit und Beschäftigung, Demographie und Bevölkerung
    Abgeschlossenes Projekt

    Employment 2025: How multiple transitions will affect the European labour market (NEUJOBS)

    Themen: Arbeit und Beschäftigung, Europäische Union
    Abgeschlossenes Projekt

    Adequacy and sustainability of old-age income maintenance (AIM)

    Themen: Demographie und Bevölkerung, Soziales und Gesundheit

    CV - Short Version

    Education:

    School of Business and Economics (Humboldt and Free University Berlin) from 2002 until 2006. Degree: Diploma in economics. Doctoral degree at FU Berlin (magna cum laude). Title of the thesis: Empirical Studies on Economic Risks, Demographic Change,
    and Public Policy. Supervisors: Prof. Viktor Steiner and Prof. Carsten Schröder.

    Professional Experience:

    Between 2006 and 2012 he was a member of the Graduate Center of Economics and Social Research of DIW Berlin. Since April 2006 he has been working as a research associate within the department of public economics at DIW Berlin. He was a guest professor at Humoldt university during the Winter term 2012/13, 2013/14, 2014/15, and 2015/16. Between 2014 and 2017 he was ombudsman at DIW Berlin. Since 2017 he is the deputy head of the department of public economics.

    Fields of interest:

    Social policy, pension economics, economics of long-term care, family policy, savings and labor market behavior, microsimulation