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Stefan Etgeton

Stefan Etgeton
Role
Ph.D. Student
Field(s) of work
Social Policy
Key activities
  • Applied Microeconometrics
  • Public Economics

    Publications at DIW Berlin

    DIW Wochenbericht (19 / 2014)

    Rentenübergangspfade: Reformen haben großen Einfluss

    Anika Rasner, Stefan Etgeton

    Lectures at DIW Berlin

  • 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 Effect of Pension Reforms on Savings Behavior
    Stefan Etgeton

  • Vortrag Cluster-Seminar Öffentliche Finanzen und Lebenslagen: The Effect of Pension Reforms on Savings Behavior
    Berlin, 10.05.2017

    The Effect of Pension Reforms on Savings Behavior
    Stefan Etgeton

  • Vortrag Public Economics Seminar
    Leuven, Belgien, 13.10.2016

    Varied Responses to Pension Reforms : The Role of Labor Market Frictions for Old-Age Income Inequality
    Stefan Etgeton

  • Vortrag 31st Annual Congress of the European Economic Association : EEA 2016
    Genf, Schweiz, 22.08.2016 - 26.08.2016

    Pension, Frictions and Poverty : Structural Evidence on the Consequences of Pension Reforms
    Stefan Etgeton

  • Vortrag DIW Berlin Graduate Center 2016 Summer Workshop
    Potsdam, 27.06.2016 - 29.06.2016

    Pension Reforms and the Role of Labor Market Frictions for Old-Age Poverty
    Stefan Etgeton

  • CV - Short Version

    Stefan Etgeton is a doctoral candidate at the DIW Berlin Graduate Center. He studied in Cologne, Warsaw, Utrecht and Berlin, obtaining his Bachelor’s degree in Economics from the University of Cologne and his Master’s Degree in Public Economics from the Free University Berlin. He has been a student research assistant at the DIW Berlin and a teaching assistant at Humboldt University Berlin. For his Master's thesis he used a structural model to predict the reaction to a policy change in old-age provision. His research interests are in Applied Microeconometrics and Public Economics.