The Impact of Immigration on Competing Natives’ Wages: Evidence from German Reunification, Review of Economics and Statistics, accepted (Joint with Susanne Prantl).
From the `Sick Man of Europe’ to the `Economic Superstar’: Germany’s Resurgent Economy, Journal of Economic Perspectives, Vol. 28(1), 2014 (Joint with Christian Dustmann, Bernd Fitzenberger and Uta Schönberg).
Technological Change and the Skill Content of Women’s Work, Review of Economics and Statistics, Vol. 92(1), 2010 (Joint with Sandra E. Black).
How does entry regulation influence entry into self-employment and occupational mobility?, Economics of Transition, Vol. 17(4), 2009 (Joint with Susanne Prantl).
The Returns to Pencil Use Revisited, Industrial and Labor Relations Review, 61(4), 2008.
Technical Change, Job Tasks and Rising Educational Demands: Looking Outside the Wage Structure, Journal of Labor Economics, 24(2), 2006.
Managerial Ownership and Firm Performance in German Small and Medium-Sized Private Enterprises, German Economic Review, 7(2), 2006 (Joint with Elisabeth Müller).
WORK IN PROGRESS
Employee Adjustments to Economic Shocks (Joint with Susanne Prantl).
Female Shares and Occupational Wages (Joint with Nicola Fuchs-Schündeln and Violetta Kuzmova).
On the Origins of STEM: The Role of High School STEM Coursework in Occupational Determination and Labor Market Success in Mid-Life (Joint with Sandra E. Black, Ziwei He, Chandra Muller).
Refugee-Specific Government Aid and Child Refugees’ Economic Success Later in Life (Joint with Sandra E. Black, Hannah Liepmann, and Camille Remigereau).
The Role of STEM Occupations in the German Labor Market (Joint with Kai Priesack).
The Task-Flexibility of Workers: Implications for Wages and Employment (Joint with Bernd Fitzenberger and Alexandra Fedorets)
Who are Germany’s Refugees? (Joint with Herbert Brücker, Rajshri Jayaraman, Yuliya Kosyakova, Steffen Sirries, and Ehsan Vallizadeh).