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Prof. Dr. Jan Marcus

Prof. Dr. Jan Marcus
Role
Research Associate
Assistant Professor
Department
Education and Family
Field(s) of work
Education and Family Research
Key activities
  • Education Economics
  • Health Economics
  • Applied Econometrics

    Publications at DIW Berlin

    Aufsätze referiert extern - ISI (2019)

    Day Care Quality and Changes in the Home Learning Environment of Children

    Susanne Kuger, Jan Marcus, C. Katharina Spieß
    Aufsätze referiert extern - ISI (2019)

    School Entry, Afternoon Care, and Mothers’ Labour Supply

    Ludovica Gambaro, Jan Marcus, Frauke H. Peter

    Lectures at DIW Berlin

  • Vortrag Deutsche Gesellschaft für Ökonomische Bildung
    Hamburg, 18.10.2018

    Effects of Increasing Instruction Time on Students’ Performance
    Jan Marcus, Mathias Huebener

  • Vortrag Forschungsseminar, Universität Padua
    Padua, Italien, 09.10.2018

    The Effects of Tuition Fees on Study Duration and Completion
    Jan Bietenbeck, Jan Marcus, Felix Weinhardt

  • Vortrag Counterfactual Methods for Policy Impact Evaluation: COMPIE 2018 : Conference of the Joint Research Centre and the Directorate-General for Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion of the European Commission
    Berlin, 26.09.2018 - 28.09.2018

    The Effects of Tuition Fees on Study Duration and Completion in the Population of German Students
    Jan Bietenbeck, Jan Marcus, Felix Weinhardt

  • Vortrag Applied Economics 2018 : BERA Workshop
    Berlin, 21.09.2018 - 05.09.2018

    Intensive and Extensive Margin Effects of Fees in Higher Education
    Jan Bietenbeck, Jan Marcus, Felix Weinhardt

  • Vortrag 1st Forum „Higher Education and the Labour Market“ (HELM)
    Nürnberg, 18.09.2018 - 19.09.2018

    The Effects of Tuition Fees on Study Duration and Completion
    Jan Bietenbeck, Jan Marcus, Felix Weinhardt

  • CV - Short Version

    My research deals with empirical questions in the areas of health and education economics. I focus in particular on the evaluation of specific policies (e.g., G8 schooling reform, late-night ban on alcohol sales). In my research projects, I aim to combine relevant research questions with the newest methods from statistics and econometrics to allow for credible identification of causal effects.

    Before I joined DIW Berlin in September 2009, I studied Political and Administrative Science (Bachelor) as well as Economics (Master) in Konstanz and Istanbul.  My work is accepted for publication in various international peer-reviewed journals (like Journal of Public Economics, Journal of Health Economics, Journal of Human Resources, and Labour Economics) and was awarded with the ALLBUS Young Scholar Award in 2010, the Best Paper Price at the Warsaw International Economic Meeting in 2012, and the German Economics Prize in 2018. Since 2013 I am fellow of the College for Interdisciplinary Educational Research and since October 2015 I hold an assistant professorship at the University of Hamburg.