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Dr. Tobias Brändle

Tobias Brändle

Short CV

Dipl. Economist, had studied International Economics at Eberhard Karls University of Tübingen and University of Maryland, College Park, USA. In February 2014 he has finished his PhD with the title “Essays on Economic Effects of Labour Market Institutions, especially in Industrial Relations ", supervised by Prof. Dr. Laszlo Goerke (IAAEU and University Trier) and Prof. Dr. Bernhard Boockmann (IAW Tübingen).

He has joined the IAW as a research associate in April 2012. Before that, he was employed as a research assistant at Eberhard Karls University Tübingen, Department of Economics, especially Public Economics, with Prof. Dr. Laszlo Goerke.

His research interests are in the field of empirical labour economics, personnel economics, and industrial relations. His recent work involves the evaluation of active labour market programmes, the estimation of cartel harms, and the effects of offshoreability and offshoring for firms and their employees.

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Publications

Selected Publications in refereed Journals

We Want them all Covered! Collective Bargaining and Firm Heterogeneity.
In: British Journal of Industrial Relations, DOI: 10.1111/bjir.12239, forthcoming

Offshoring and Outsourcing Potentials: Evidence from German Micro-Level Data
The World Economy (2016) doi: 10.1111/twec.12439

Productivity Signalling and Further Training. Evidence on Absence Behaviour, Presenteeism and Overtime Hours of German Employees.
JOURNAL OF APPLIED SOCIAL SCIENCE STUDIES / ZEITSCHRIFT FÜR WIRTSCHAFTS- UND SOZIALWISSENSCHAFTEN, 2015, 135 (4), 499-535.

Is Offshoring Linked to Offshoring Potential? Evidence from German Linked Employer-Employee Data
Review of World Economics, November 2015, Volume 151, Issue 4, pp 735–766.

Offshoreability and Wages. Evidence from German Task Data
Journal of Industrial and Business Economics / Economia e Politica Industriale, June 2015, Volume 42, Issue 2, pp 189–216.

Opening Clauses in Collective Bargaining Agreements: More Flexibility to Save Jobs?
Review of Economics, Vol. 64, No. 2, S. 159-192, 2013

Self-employment, Educational Attainment and Employment Protection Legislation
LABOUR ECONOMICS 19: 846-859, 2012

Tarifliche Öffnung in Deutschland: Ausmaß, Determinanten, Auswirkungen.
Zeitschrift für ArbeitsmarktForschung 44 (1-2): 163-172 , 2011

Red Cards: Not Such Bad News for Penalized Guest Teams.
Journal of Sports Economics 12 (6): 621-646, 2011.

Selected Publications in non-refereed Journals

Integrating Older Employees into the Labour Market – Evidence from a German Labour Market Programme
CESifo DICE Report 13(3), 2015, pp. 59-64.

IAW Brief Reports

Tarifbindung, außertarifliche Entlohnung und Mitarbeiterbeteiligung in Baden-Württemberg
Empirische Analysen auf der Basis des IAB-Betriebspanels, IAW-Kurzbericht 4/2014

Betriebliche Beschäftigungsentwicklung und betriebliches Einstellungsverhalten in Baden‐Württemberg.
Eine geschlechterspezifische Analyse auf der Basis des IAB‐Betriebspanels (Wellen 2000 – 2012), IAW-Kurzbericht 5/2013

Green Economy in Baden-Württemberg.
Eine Analyse auf der Basis des IAB-Betriebspanels Baden‐Württemberg. IAW-Kurzbericht 4/2013

Beschäftigungseffekte des Umweltschutzes in Baden-Württemberg
Endbericht zum BWPLUS-Projekt BWI 24003

IAW Discussion Papers

The One Constant: A Causal Effect of Collective Bargaining on Employment Growth?
Evidence from German Linked-Employer-Employee Data, IAW Discussion Paper No. 116, Januar 2015

Coaching, Counseling, Case-Working: Do They Help the Older Unemployed out of Benefit Receipt and back into the Labor Market?
IAW Discussion Paper No. 115, Januar 2015

We Want them all Covered! Collective Bargaining and Firm Heterogeneity. Theory and Evidence from Germany
IAW Discussion Paper No. 114, Januar 2015

Is Offshoring Linked to Offshoring Potentials? - Evidence from German Linked-Employer-Employee Data
IAW Discussion Paper No. 112, Oktober 2014

Offshoring and Outsourcing Potentials of Jobs - Evidence from German Micro-Level Data
IAW Discussion Paper No. 110, Oktober 2014

Sickness Absence and Works Councils - Evidence from German Individual and Linked Employer-Employee Data
IAW Discussion Paper No. 107, August 2014

Flexible Collective Bargaining Agreements: Still a Moderating Effect on Works Council Behaviour?
IAW Discussion Papers No. 96, Oktober 2013

Outsourcing Potentials and International Tradability of Jobs - Evidence from German Micro Level Data
IAW Discussion Papers No. 93, Januar 2013

Opening Clauses in Collective Bargaining Agreements: More Flexibility to Save Jobs?
IAW Discussion Papers, No. 67, 2010

IAW Research Reports

Essays on Economic Effects of Labour Market Institutions, especially in Industrial Relations
IAW Forschungsbericht Nr. 75, Dissertation an der Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen, 180 S., 29,80 €, Tübingen

Completed IAW Expert Reports

Evaluation der Modellprojekte „Bürgerarbeit“ - Kurzfassung
Endbericht an das Bundesministerium für Arbeit und Soziales, 25. November 2015

Evaluation der Modellprojekte „Bürgerarbeit“ - Langfassung
Endbericht an das Bundesministerium für Arbeit und Soziales, 25. November 2015

Evaluation der Modellprojekte „Bürgerarbeit“ - Kurzfassung
3. Zwischenbericht an das BMAS zum 31. Mai 2014

Evaluation der Modellprojekte „Bürgerarbeit“
3. Zwischenbericht an das BMAS zum 31. Mai 2014

Nutzung atypischer Beschäftigungsformen in Baden-Württemberg
Abschlussbericht vom 31. März 2014

Arbeitsmarktübergänge junger Eltern – Einflussfaktoren und Rahmenbedingungen unter besonderer Berücksichtigung der Familienform
Abschlussbericht, 31. März 2013 (BMAS-Forschungsbericht 440, Arbeitsmarkt)

Evaluation der Modellprojekte „Bürgerarbeit“
2. Zwischenbericht an das BMAS zum 30. April 2013

Evaluation der Zweiten Phase des Bundesprogramms "Perspektive 50plus" - Beschäftigungspakte für Ältere in den Regionen" (2008 - 2010).
Abschlussbericht an das BMAS - Hauptband, 2013