March 31, 2022: 23rd Göttingen Workshop "International Economic Relations" at the University of Göttingen
Quantitative Trade, Heterogenous Firms and Welfare.
Dr. Oliver Krebs [ETH Zurich/IAW]
German Firms in International Trade: Evidence from Recent Transaction-level Data.
Matthias Fauth [IAW]
September 26-29, 2021: „Climate Economics“ Annual Conference of the Verein für Socialpolitik, University of Regensburg - online
The Economic Consequences of the US Tariff War: A Quantitative Perspective
Matthias Fauth [IAW], Benjamin Jung [University of Hohenheim] and Oliver Krebs [University of Tübingen]
The Minimum Wage: An Effective Means to Regain the Electorate’s Confidence?
Dr. Natalie Laub [IAW]
Improving Methods for Policy Analysis of Foreign Trade and Investment
It is of crucial importance that economic policies related to trade and investment are based on a solid understanding of the mechanisms through which enhanced internationalization of German firms affect the domestic economy.
Against this backdrop, this projectpursues four goals. First, it aims at taking stock of the relevant micro-data that are provided and maintained by the statistical offices on both the federal and the state level (DESTATIS) and by the central bank (Deutsche Bundesbank) and examining whether these data may – after suitable adjustment (merging, linking) – be used for model-based quantitative policy analysis in the areas of trade and foreign investment. Secondly, taking the new quantitative trade theory as a point of departure, it aims at developing and empirically implementing simulation models for trade and investment that allow for firm heterogeneity and dynamic adjustment. Thirdly, such models will be used to address, by means of numerical simulations, various policy scenarios regarding international trade and investment. These simulations will focus on heterogeneous effects among German firms. And finally, the project involves econometric estimation, using novel micro-panel-data, aimed at shedding light on topical issues related to trade and investment.
IAW is particularly concerned with the first and second project objectives.
Fauth, M., B. Jung and W. Kohler, German Firms in International Trade: Evidence from Recent Transaction-level Data, accepted for presentation at the European Trade Study Group (ETSG) 2021 Ghent.
September 9-11, 2021: 22nd Annual Conference of the European Trade Study Group (ETSG), Ghent
German Firms in International Trade: Evidence from Recent Transaction-level Data
Matthias Fauth [IAW], Prof. Dr. Benjamin Jung [Universität Hohenheim], Prof. Dr. Wilhelm Kohler [IAW]
June 19, 2019: 6th Bundesbank-IAW Lecture on European Economic Integration, Tübingen
The Euro Crisis: Why did it happen and can it happen again?
Study by the Ifo Institute, Munich, and the Institute for Applied Economic Research (IAW), Tuebingen (Summary), commissiond by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development, January 2015.
Global Sourcing Decisions and Firm Productivity: Evidence from Spain
In Stern, R. M. (ed.), Quantitative Analysis of Newly Evolving Patterns of International Trade: Fragmentation; Offshoring of Activities; and Vertical Intra-Industry Trade. World Scientific Studies in International Economics, 2012