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Reformoptionen für die Grundsicherung von Erwerbstätigen

– Working Paper 09/2019 by Maximilian Blömer, Simon Litsche and Andreas Peichl

Verteilungswirkung einer CO₂-Bepreisung in Deutschland

– Working Paper 08/2019 by Malte Preuss, Wolf Heinrich Reuter and Christoph M. Schmidt

Police reorganization and crime: Evidence from police station closures

– Working Paper 07/2019 by Sebastian Blesse and André Diegmann

Does Accrual Accounting Alter Fiscal Policy Decisions? – Evidence from Germany

– Working Paper 06/2019 by Désirée I. Christofzik

Rent Control and Rental Prices: High Expectations, High Effectiveness?

– Working Paper 07/2018 by Philipp Breidenbach, Lea Eilers and Jan Fries

On the Macroeconomic and Fiscal Effects of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act

– Working Paper 10/2018 by Philipp Lieberknecht and Volker Wieland