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  • Externe Monographien

    When Low Market Values Are No Bad News: On the Coordination of Renewable Support and Real-Time Pricing

    We analyze the interactions between different renewable support schemes and the benefits of real-time pricing (RTP) using a stylized economic model with a detailed demand-side representation calibrated to the German market. We find that there are considerable differences between a market premium on energy and capacity regarding wholesale prices, support levies and market values, which are all related ...

    Cleveland, Ohio: USAEE, 2015, 24 S.
    (USAEE Working Paper Series ; 15-222)
    | Michael Pahle, Wolf-Peter Schill, Christian Gambardella, Oliver Tietjen
  • Diskussionspapiere 1507 / 2015

    When Low Market Values Are No Bad News: On the Coordination of Renewable Support and Real-Time Pricing

    We analyze the interactions between different renewable support schemes and the benefits of real-time pricing (RTP) using a stylized economic model with a detailed demand-side representation calibrated to the German market. We find that there are considerable differences between a market premium on energy and capacity regarding wholesale prices, support levies and market values, which are all related ...

    2015| Michael Pahle, Wolf-Peter Schill, Christian Gambardella, Oliver Tietjen
  • Diskussionspapiere 1181 / 2012

    How Do Taxes Affect Investment When Firms Face Financial Constraints?

    This study uses a switching regression framework with known sample separation to analyze the effects of corporate income taxation on investment in case of binding and non-binding financial constraints. By employing two different sample splitting criteria, payout behavior and the ratio of liabilities to total assets, I show that the elasticity of capital to its user costs in an auto-distributed-lag ...

    2012| Martin Simmler
  • SOEPpapers 417 / 2011

    Self-Employment and Geographical Mobility in Germany

    Little is known about the individual location behaviour of self-employed entrepreneurs. This paper investigates the geographical mobility behaviour of self-employed entrepreneurs, as compared to employees, thereby shedding new light onto the place embeddedness of self-employment. It examines whether self-employed entrepreneurs are "rooted" in place and also whether those who are more rooted in place ...

    2011| Darja Reuschke
  • SOEPpapers 456 / 2012

    Self-Employment after Socialism: Intergenerational Links, Entrepreneurial Values, and Human Capital

    Drawing on representative household data from the German Socio-Economic Panel, we examine the role of an early precursor of entrepreneurial development - parental role models - for the individual decision to become self-employed in the post-unified Germany. The findings suggest that the socialist regime significantly damaged this mechanism of an intergenerational transmission of entrepreneurial attitudes ...

    2012| Michael Fritsch, Alina Rusakova
  • Diskussionspapiere 1206 / 2012

    Occupational Sex Segregation and Management-Level Wages in Germany: What Role Does Firm Size Play?

    The paper analyzes the gender pay gap in private-sector management positions based on German panel data and using fixed-effects models. It deals with the effect of occupational sex segregation on wages, and the extent to which wage penalties for managers in predominantly female occupations are moderated by firm size. Drawing on economic and organizational approaches and the devaluation of women's work, ...

    2012| Anne Busch, Elke Holst
  • Externe Monographien

    Occupational Sex Segregation and Management-Level Wages in Germany: What Role Does Firm Size Play?

    Bonn: IZA, 2012, 39 S.
    (Discussion Paper Series / Forschungsinstitut zur Zukunft der Arbeit ; 6568)
    | Anne Busch, Elke Holst
  • SOEPpapers 444 / 2012

    Occupational Sex Segregation and Management-Level Wages in Germany: What Role Does Firm Size Play?

    The paper analyzes the gender pay gap in private-sector management positions based on German panel data and using fixed-effects models. It deals with the effect of occupational sex segregation on wages, and the extent to which wage penalties for managers in predominantly female occupations are moderated by firm size. Drawing on economic and organizational approaches and the devaluation of women's work, ...

    2012| Anne Busch, Elke Holst
  • Referierte Aufsätze Web of Science

    From Boom to Bust? A Critical Look at US Shale Gas Projections

    U.S. shale gas production is generally expected to continue its fast rise of the last years. However, a cautious evaluation is needed. Shale gas resources are potentially overestimated and it is uncertain to what extent they can be economically produced. The adverse environmental effects of ever more wells being drilled may lead to a fall in public acceptance and the strengthening of U.S. regulation. ...

    In: Economics of Energy and Environmental Policy 4 (2015), 1, S. 131-151 | Philipp M. Richter
  • Diskussionspapiere 1338 / 2013

    From Boom to Bust? A Critical Look at US Shale Gas Projections

    US shale gas production is generally expected to continue its fast rise. However, a cautious evaluation is needed. Shale gas resource estimates are potentially overoptimistic and it is uncertain to which extent they can be produced economically. Moreover, the adverse environmental effects of ever more wells to be drilled may lead to a fall in public acceptance and a strengthening of regulation. The ...

    2013| Philipp M. Richter
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