Britta Gehrke

Britta Gehrke gained her doctoral degree from the University of
Erlangen-Nuremberg. In 2015, she was appointed assistant professor
(Juniorprofessorin, W1) for macroeconomics and labor markets by the
University of Erlangen-Nuremberg and by the Institute for Employment
Research (IAB). She gained her diploma in economics from the University
of Kiel focusing on econometrics and statistics.


Juniorprofessur für Makroökonomie und Arbeitsmarktforschung
Fachbereich Wirtschaftswissenschaften
Lehrstuhl für Volkswirtschaftslehre, insbesondere Makroökonomik

Publications (Download BibTeX)

Gehrke, B. (2018). Fiscal rules and unemployment. Macroeconomic Dynamics.
Gehrke, B., & Weber, E. (2018). Identifying asymmetric effects of labor market reforms. European Economic Review, 110, 18-40.
Gehrke, B., Lechthaler, W., & Merkl, C. (2018). The German labor market during the Great Recession: Shocks and institutions. Economic Modelling.
Gehrke, B., & Yao, F. (2017). Are Supply Shocks Important for Real Exchange Rates? A Fresh View from the Frequency-Domain. Journal of International Money and Finance, 79C, 99-114.
Balleer, A., Gehrke, B., & Merkl, C. (2017). Some Surprising Facts about Working Time Accounts and the Business Cycle. International Journal of Manpower, 38, 940-953.
Gehrke, B., Lechthaler, W., Merkl, C., & Balleer, A. (2016). Does Short-Time Work Save Jobs? A Business Cycle Analysis. European Economic Review, 84, 99-122.

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