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  • Press Release

    Sanctions against Russia in 2014 had an effect, but their potential was far from being fully exploited

    Sanctions against Russia following the annexation of Crimea reduced consumption in Russia by 1.4 percent - Simulations show that the potential for sanctions could have been higher - Involvement of emerging economies would have increased sanction pressure - Sanctions caused greater losses for small economies in the proximity of Russia than for large economies - Burden-sharing funds could reduce asymmetries With ...

    21.02.2024
  • Brown Bag Seminar Industrial Economics

    What is the Right Geographic Market Definition?

    What is the “right” geographic definition of relevant markets? We study how unexpected and exogenous increases in excise duties in petroleum products were passed-through to retail prices in the Athens region and examine how the degree of the pass-through varies across different geographic relevant markets. Using various definitions of the relevant geographic market, we find that the most...

    14.06.2023| Themistoklis Kampouris, DIW Berlin
  • Brown Bag Seminar Industrial Economics

    Brown Bag Seminar Industrial Economics

    10.04.2024| Christina Stadler, DIW Berlin & KU Leuven
  • DIW Roundup

    On the relation between trade and democratization

    Whether trade can achieve societal change is a contested topic and difficult to investigate. This round-up aims at summarizing recent empirical research on this topic while focusing on democracy and democratization as an important part of societal change. No robust results for change arising from trade can be found, but there exists an inverse causality, i.e., democratization leading to more trade...

    20.03.2023
  • Brown Bag Seminar Industrial Economics

    Heterogeneous Sourcing, CO2 Emissions and Trade

    International trade separates the location where emissions occur (production) and where they are ultimately consumed. Thus, a substantial share of emissions is embodied in international trade. Moreover, firms within narrowly defined industries differ in their emission intensity. However, most firm-level studies only consider the direct emissions released during the production process. In this...

    18.10.2023| Robin Sogalla, DIW Berlin
  • Brown Bag Seminar Industrial Economics

    How Divestitures Affect Bargaining Power

    This paper studies how bargaining power is affected by merger and divestiture policies. I provide a new empirical framework to compute bounds on brand-level bargaining weights using widely available sales data. Next, I exploit the variation in brand ownership caused by a large merger, cleared conditional on divestiture, in the U.S. deodorant market, to quantify the extent to which divestitures...

    28.06.2023| Yann Delaprez, European University Institute
  • Research Project

    Study on the impact of State aid rules for banks in difficulty

    The study will provide a quantitative and qualitative assessment of the impact of the State aid rules for banks, which will serve as evidence for the evaluation of the State aid rules applicable to banks in difficulty since their entry into force in end-2008.

    Completed Project| Firms and Markets
  • Brown Bag Seminar Industrial Economics

    Wage Markups and Buyer Power in Intermediate Input Markets

    How are market imperfections in different input markets related? I show theoretically that the extent of buyer power in intermediate input markets determines both wages and wages relative to the marginal revenue contribution of employees if collective bargaining characterizes labor markets. This relationship is examined empirically using data on the universe of Dutch manufacturing firms from 2007...

    17.04.2024| Leonard Treuren, KU Leuven
  • Refereed essays Web of Science

    House Price Expectations

    This study examines short-, medium-, and long-run price expectations in housing markets. At the heart of our analysis is the combination of data from a tailored in-person household survey, past sale offerings, satellite imagery on developable land, and an information treatment (RCT). As novel finding, we show that price expectations show no evidence for momentum-effects in the long run. We also do ...

    In: Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 218 (2024), S. 379–398 | Niklas Gohl, Peter Haan, Claus Michelsen, Felix Weinhardt
  • Brown Bag Seminar Industrial Economics

    Government Ownership and Competition: Evidence from the European Airline Industry

    This paper empirically analyses the impact of government ownership on competition in monopoly and duopoly markets. We use the European Airline Industry as a laboratory. In our empirical strategy we exploit two sources of exogenous variations that allow us to cleanly filter out the effect of government ownership on the likelihood of exit. First, we study government ownership that was triggered by a...

    17.05.2023| Christina Stadler, DIW Berlin
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