Abgeschlossene Dissertationen seit 2009

  • Johann Thieme, Globalization and Labor Market Outcomes: Applying Schumpeterian Growth Models, 2009
  • Christina Boll, Einkommenseinbußen von Frauen durch geburtsbedingte Erwerbsunterbrechungen. Der Schattenpreis von Kindern und mögliche Auswirkungen auf weibliche Spezialisierungsentscheidungen im Haushaltszusammenhang. Eine quantitative Analyse auf Basis von SOEP-Daten, 2010
  • Nils Happich, Regional Income Differences and Market Accessibility in the Enlarged European Union: A Simultaneous Spatial CGE and Estimation Approach, 2010
  • Michael Hübler, Global Economic Integration, Technology Diffusion and Climate Change, 2010
  • Zhanna Kapslayamova, Effects of the Oil Export Price Increase on the Economy: Theoretical and Empirical Issues – A CGE Analysis of the Case of Kazakhstan, 2010
  • Artem Korzhenevych, Modelling Spatial Economic Effects of Transport Infrastructure Policies: A Computable General Equilibrium Approach, 2010
  • Aidan Islyami, Trade in Services and Market Structure, 2012    
  • Wan-Hsin Liu, Determinants of Industrial Innovation in China and the Role of University Research, 2012 
  • André-René Wolf, Emigration patterns and skill formation, 2013
  • Marie-Catherine Riekhof, Essays in resource and development economics, 2014
  • Charity Gomo, An Analysis if the Impcat of Government Social Transfers on Inequality in South Africa: A CGE-Microsimulation, 2015