Dr. Wolf Heinrich Reuter - Publications

Peer Reviewed Journals

Reuter, W.H. (2019), When and why do countries break their national fiscal rules?, European Journal of Political Economy 57, 125–141 .
An earlier working paper version can be found here.

Andritzky, J., B. Kassner and W.H. Reuter (2019), Propagation of changes in demand through international trade: A case study of China, The World Economy 42 (4), 1259–1285.
An earlier working paper version can be found here.

Wehkamp, J., S. Pietsch, S. Fuss, M. Gusti, W.H. Reuter, N. Koch, G. Kindermann and F. Kraxner (2018), Accounting for institutional quality in global forest modeling, Environmental Modelling and Software 102, 250-259.

Badinger, H. and W.H. Reuter (2017), The case for fiscal rules, Economic Modelling 60C, 334-343.

Badinger, H., A. Fichet de Clairfontaine and W.H. Reuter (2017), Fiscal rules and twin deficits: The link between fiscal and external balances, The World Economy 40(1), 21-35.

Badinger H. and W.H. Reuter (2017), Determinants of fiscal rules, Applied Economics Letters 24(3), 154-158. 

Koch, N., W.H. Reuter, S. Fuss and G. Grosjean (2017), Permits vs. offsets under investment uncertainty, Resource and Energy Economics 49, 33-47.

Nerlich, C. and W.H. Reuter (2016), Fiscal rules, fiscal space and the procyclicality of fiscal policy, Finanzarchiv: Public Finance Analysis 72(4), 421-452.

Bachtrögler, J., H. Badinger, A. Fichet de Clairfontaine and W.H. Reuter (2016), Summarizing data using partially ordered set theory: An application to fiscal frameworks in 97 countries, Statistical Journal of the International Association for Official Statistics32 (3), 383-402.

Reuter, W.H. (2015), National numerical fiscal rules: Not complied with, but still effective?, European Journal of Political Economy 39, 67-81.

Badinger, H. and W.H. Reuter (2015), Measurement of fiscal rules: Introducing the application of Partially Ordered Set (POSET) Theory, Journal of Macroeconomics 43, 108-123.

Fuss, S. et al. (2015), Global food security & adaptation under crop yield volatility, Technological Forecasting and Social Change 98, 223-233.

Badinger, H., M. Mühlböck, E. Nindl and W.H. Reuter (2014), Theoretical versus empirical power indices: Do preferences matter?, European Journal of Political Economy 36, 158-176.

Fuss, S., W.H. Reuter, J. Szolgayova and M. Obersteiner (2013), Optimal mitigation strategies with negative emission technologies, carbon sinks and uncertainty, Climatic Change 118, 73-87.

Reuter, W.H., S. Fuss, J. Szolgayova and M. Obersteiner (2012), Investment in wind power and pumped storage in a real options model, Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 16, 2242-2248.

Reuter, W.H., J. Szolgayova, S. Fuss and M. Obersteiner (2012), Renewable energy investment: Policy and market impacts, Applied Energy 97, 249-254.

Discussion Papers

Reuter, W.H., O. Tkačevs and K. Vilerts (2018), On the design of stabilising fiscal rules, Working Paper 11/2018, German Council of Economic Experts, Wiesbaden.

Christofzik, D.I., L.P. Feld, W.H. Reuter and M. Yeter (2018), Uniting European Fiscal Rules: How to Strenghten the Fiscal Framework, Working Paper 04/2018, German Council of Economic Experts, Wiesbaden.

Badinger, H. and W.H. Reuter (2017), Trade Exposure of Western Europe to China and Eastern Europe: A spatial econometric analysis of the effects on regional manufacturing employment from 1991-2011, Arbeitspapier 06/2017, German Council of Economic Experts, Wiesbaden.

Bachtrögler, J., C. Hammer, W.H. Reuter and F. Schwendinger (2017), Spotlight on the beneficiaries of EU regional funds: A new firm-level dataset, Working Paper 02/2017, German Council of Economic Experts, Wiesbaden.

Laing, T., L. Taschini, C. Palmer, J. Wehkamp, S. Fuss and W.H. Reuter (2015), Understanding the demand for REDD+ credits, LSE Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment Working Paper No. 193, London.

Nerlich, C. and W.H. Reuter (2013), The design of national fiscal frameworks and their budgetary impact, Working Paper No. 1588, European Central Bank, Frankfurt am Main.

Other Publications

Lledó, V. and W.H. Reuter (2018), The Dynamics of Fiscal Rule Compliance, in: Caselli et al., Second-Generation Fiscal Rules: Balancing Simplicity, Flexibility, and Enforceability - Technical Background Papers, IMF Staff Discussion Note SDN/18/04, April 2018.

Reuter, W.H. (2018), Design and Effectiveness of Fiscal Rules and Frameworks, in: Schmitt-Nilson, R. (eds.), Enhanced Fiscal Integration in the EMU? - Proceedings of the joint workshop, organised by the European Commission, the European Stability Mechanism and the German Council of Economic Experts, European Commission Discussion Paper 082, 2018, 11-15.

Feld, L.P., M. Yeter and W.H. Reuter (2018), Die Fehlanreize fiskalischer Risikoausgleichsmechanismen, Wirtschaftsdienst, Zeitgespräch, 2/2018, 91-94.

Feld, L.P. and W.H. Reuter (2017), Wirken Fiskalregeln? Eine Übersicht über neuere empirische Befunde, Wirtschaftspolitische Blätter, 2/2017, 179-191.

Reuter, W.H. (2016), Design of fiscal frameworks and compliance with fiscal rules in CESEE, Austrian Central Bank, Focus on European Economic Integration,  Q3/16, 2016, 29–40.

Reuter, W.H. (2016), Numerical expenditure rules: Design and effects, in: Triki, K. (ed.), Expenditure based consolidation: Experiences and outcomes, European Commission Discussion Paper 026, 92-105.

Antonakakis, N., H. Badinger and W.H. Reuter (2016), Efficiency, proportionality and member states' power in the EU Council of Ministers, in: Badinger, H. and Nitsch, V. (ed.), Handbook of the economics of european integration, 449-467, Routledge, London.

Museux, J.-M. and W.H. Reuter (2011), Establishing an infrastructure for remote access to microdata at Eurostat, Lecture Notes in Computer Science 6344, 249-257.