Young Firms and Self-Employment


Organisation:
Lehrstuhl für Volkswirtschaftslehre, insbesondere Arbeitsmarkt- und Regionalpolitik

FAU Contact:
Schnabel, Claus Prof. Dr.

Description:
Young Firms and Self-Employment



Assigned publications

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Lechmann, D., & Wunder, C. (2017). The dynamics of solo self-employment: Persistence and transition to employership. Labour Economics, 49, 95-105.
Fackler, D., Schnabel, C., & Schmucker, A. (2016). Spinoffs in Germany: characteristics, survival, and the role of their parents. Small Business Economics, 46(1), 93-114.
Lechmann, D. (2015). Can working conditions explain the return-to-entrepreneurship puzzle? Journal for labour market research, 48, 271-286.
Fackler, D., & Schnabel, C. (2015). Was wissen wir über Betriebsschließungen? Erkenntnisse für West- und Ostdeutschland. Wirtschaftsdienst, 95(2), 143-147.
Lechmann, D., & Schnabel, C. (2014). Absence from Work of the Self-Employed: A Comparison with Paid Employees. Kyklos, 67(3), 368-390.
Lechmann, D., & Schnabel, C. (2014). Are the self-employed really jacks-of-all-trades? Testing the assumptions and implications of Lazear’s theory of entrepreneurship with German data. Small Business Economics, 42(1), 59-76.
Fackler, D. (2014). Establishment survival in East and West Germany: A comparative analysis. Schmollers Jahrbuch, 134(2), 149-258.
Konietzko, T. (2014). Self-employed individuals, time use, and earnings. Journal of Family and Economic Issues, 36(1), 64-83.
Schnabel, C., Fackler, D., & Wagner, J. (2013). Establishment exits in Germany: the role of size and age. Small Business Economics, 41(3), 683-700.
Lechmann, D., & Schnabel, C. (2012). Why is there a gender earnings gap in self-employment? A decomposition analysis with German data. IZA Journal of European Labor Studies, 1(6).

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