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  • Brown Bag Seminar Industrial Economics

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    12.04.2023| N.N.
  • Brown Bag Seminar Industrial Economics

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    29.03.2023| N.N.
  • Brown Bag Seminar Industrial Economics

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    15.03.2023| N.N.
  • Brown Bag Seminar Industrial Economics

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    01.03.2023| Caroline Stiel, DIW Berlin
  • Brown Bag Seminar Industrial Economics

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    15.02.2023| N.N.
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    The Rise and Fall of Social Housing? Housing Decommodification in Long-run Comparison

    The comparative study of housing decommodification lags behind classical welfare state research, while housing research itself is rich in homeownership studies but lacks comparative accounts of private and social rentals due to missing comparative data. Building on existing works and various primary sources, this study presents a new collection of up to forty-eight countries’ social housing shares ...

    In: Journal of Social Policy im Ersch. (2023), [online first: 2022-12-02] | Konstantin Arkadievich Kholodilin, Sebastian Kohl, Florian Müller
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    The Hidden Homeownership Welfare State: An International Long-term Perspective on the Tax Treatment of Homeowners

    Welfare is traditionally understood as social security decommodifying labour markets or as social investment policies. In the domain of housing, however, welfare for homeowners is largely hidden in the tax codes’ fiscal exemptions. Based on a content analysis of legislation, this article introduces a novel yearly database of 37 countries between 1901 and 2020 to uncover the “hidden welfare state” of ...

    In: Journal of Public Policy im Ersch. (2023), [online first: 2022-10-21] | Konstantin A. Kholodilin, Sebastian Kohl, Artem Korzhenevych, Linus Pfeiffer
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    Rent Control, Market Segmentation, and Misallocation: Causal Evidence from a Large-Scale Policy Intervention

    This paper studies market segmentation that arises from the introduction of rent control. When a part of the market remains unregulated, theory predicts an increase of free-market rents due to the misallocation of households to dwellings. To document this mechanism empirically, we study a large-scale policy intervention in the German housing market. We isolate the misallocation mechanism by exploiting ...

    In: Journal of Urban Economics 134 (2023), 103513 | Andreas Mense, Claus Michelsen, Konstantin A. Kholodilin
  • Brown Bag Seminar Industrial Economics

    Government Ownership and Competition: Evidence from the European Airline Industry following the COVID-19-Pandemic

    This paper empirically analyses the impact of government ownership on competition. The COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent governmental equity interventions in the European airline industry provides for a particularly ideal setting to investigate this topic, and this for several reasons. First, airline markets and competition therein are well-defined and well-understood. Second, European countries...

    07.12.2022| Christina Stadler, DIW Berlin
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    How Shocks Affect Stock Market Participation

    While there is a broad consensus in the literature that stock ownership is associated with individual characteristics, such as wealth, income, risk preferences, and financial literacy, less is known about the dynamics of stock market participation (SMP). Major fluctuations in SMP are oftentimes related to political events, economic shocks, and technological disruptions. We discuss the literature...

    02.12.2022| Lorenz Meister
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