Lehrstuhl für Statistik und empirische Wirtschaftsforschung


Beschreibung:

Regina T. Riphahn studied economics, business administration, and
sociology at the Universities of Cologne, Sussex (U.K.), Bonn,
Tennessee, and North Carolina. She received an M.B.A. at the University
of Tennessee at Knoxville (1990), and a Ph.D. in economics at the
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill for her dissertation on
disability retirement among German men (1995). She joined the University
of Munich's economics department
in 1995 and completed her post-doctoral habilitation on the dynamics of
social assistance dependence in Germany (1999). 2000-2001 she taught at
the University of Mainz (Germany) as an Associate Professor of Economic Policy and 2001-2005 she headed the statistics and econometrics group at the economics department of the University of Basel (Switzerland). Since April 2005 she holds the chair for Statistics and Empirical Economics at the University of Erlangen-Nürnberg
(Germany). Her research interests are in applied microeconometrics,
personnel, labor, social policy, population, and health economics.

Adresse:
Lange Gasse 20
90403 Nürnberg


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Arbeitsmarkt
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Personalökonomie
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Huebener, M., Kühnle, D., & Spiess, C.K. (2019). Parental leave policies and socio-economic gaps in child development: Evidence from a substantial benefit reform using administrative data. Labour Economics, 61. https://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.labeco.2019.101754
Kühnle, D. (2019). How effective are pictorial warnings on tobacco products? New evidence on smoking behaviour using Australian panel data. Journal of Health Economics, 67. https://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jhealeco.2019.06.002
Reichelt, M., Collischon, M., & Eberl, A. (2019). School tracking and its role in social reproduction: reinforcing educational inheritance and the direct effects of social origin. British Journal of Sociology. https://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1468-4446.12655
Buch, C.M., Patzwaldt, K., Riphahn, R.T., & Vogel, E. (2019). Verstehen — Entwickeln — Testen — Verbessern: Rahmenbedingungen für evidenzbasierte Politik. Wirtschaftsdienst, 99(2), 106-112. https://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10273-019-2403-2
Collischon, M. (2019). Relative Pay, Rank and Happiness: A Comparison Between Genders and Part- and Full-Time Employees. Journal of Happiness Studies, 20(1), 67-80. https://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10902-017-9937-z
Riphahn, R.T., & Saif, S. (2019). Naturalization and the labor market performance of immigrants in Germany. LABOUR: Review of Labour Economics and Industrial Relations, 33(1), 48-76.
Collischon, M. (2019). The Returns to Personality Traits Across the Wage Distribution. Labour. https://dx.doi.org/10.1111/labr.12165
Riphahn, R.T., & Schrader, R. (2019). Institutional Reforms of 2006 and the Dramatic Rise in Old-Age Employment in Germany. Industrial & Labor Relations Review. https://dx.doi.org/10.1177/0019793919863378
Boßler, M., & Möller, J. (2019). The effects of the compulsory minimum wage in Germany. CESifo DICE Report, 16(4), 14-18.
Adam, J. (2019). Voluntary Quits: Do Works Councils Matter? An Analysis of the Reform of the German Works Constitution Act 2001. Jahrbücher für Nationalökonomie und Statistik, 239(1), 67-109. https://dx.doi.org/10.1515/jbnst-2017-0164
Collischon, M., Eberl, A., & Jahn, K. (2018). The effect of compulsory service on life satisfaction and its channels. Nürnberg: IAB-Discussion Paper.
Cygan-Rehm, K., & Wunder, C. (2018). Do working hours affect health? Evidence from statutory workweek regulations in Germany. Labour Economics, 53, 162-171. https://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.labeco.2018.05.003
Riphahn, R.T., Cygan-Rehm, K., & Kühnle, D. (2018). Paid parental leave and families' living arrangements. Labour Economics, 53, 182-197.
Cygan-Rehm, K., Kühnle, D., & Oberfichtner, M. (2017). Bounding the causal effect of unemployment on mental health: Nonparametric evidence from four countries. Health Economics, 26(12), 1844-1861. https://dx.doi.org/10.1002/hec.3510
Cygan-Rehm, K., Kühnle, D., & Oberfichtner, M. (2017). Bounding the causal effect of unemployment on mental health - nonparametric evidence from four countries. Health Economics, 26(12), 1844-1861.
Kühnle, D., & Wunder, C. (2017). The effects of smoking bans on self-assessed health: Evidence from Germany. Health Economics.
Kühnle, D., Broadway, B., Kalb, G., & Maeder, M. (2017). Paid parental leave and child health in Australia. Economic Record.
Kühnle, D., Kalb, G., Scott, A., Cheng, T., & Jeon, S. (2017). What factors affect doctors’ work decisions: Comparing structural discrete choice and reduced-form approaches. Health Economics.
Riphahn, R.T., & Wiynck, F. (2017). Fertility Effects of Child Benefits. Journal of Population Economics, 30(4), 1135-1184.
Kühnle, D., & Wunder, C. (2016). Using the life satisfaction approach to value daylight savings time transitions. Evidence from Britain and Germany. Journal of Happiness Studies.

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