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  • The role of works councils for severance payments

    Grund, Christian; Martin, Johannes (2017)
    Using representative German employee data, we analyse the role of works councils for the incidence of severance payments subsequent to dismissals. While there is a positive relation with severance payments after those dismissals which stem from plant closings, the incidence of a works council is negatively associated with severance pay subsequent to individual layoffs. In both cases, we find a negative moderating effect of individuals' higher re-employment chances. We also explore gender diff...

    Is fiscal consolidation self-defeating? A Panel-VAR analysis for the Euro area countries

    Attinasi, Maria Grazia; Metelli, Luca (2016)
    This paper studies the effects of fiscal consolidation on the debt-to-GDP ratio of 11 Euro area countries. Using a quarterly fiscal Panel VAR allows us to trace out the dynamics of the debt-to-GDP ratio following a fiscal shock and to disentangle the main channels through which fiscal consolidation affects the debt ratio. We define a fiscal consolidation episode as self-defeating if the debt-to-GDP ratio does not decrease compared to the pre-shock level. Our main finding is that when consolid...

    Towards equilibrium in income distribution: Theoretical background and empirical evidence for European countries

    Sell, Friedrich L.; Öllinger, Michael (2015)
    The paper first aims at showing that personal income distribution - at least after government intervention - tends to be a stationary variable for many European countries. This finding backs earlier results achieved by Ramser (1987). Furthermore, personal incomes follow a log-normal distribution, regardless of time and location. The authors set up a theoretical equilibrium concept for personal income distribution which is located in status theory and which can explain why a certain or likewis...

    Branchenanalyse: Zukunft des ÖPNV. Entwicklungstendenzen und Chancen

    Resch, Hubert (2015)
    Der öffentliche Personennahverkehr (ÖPNV) steht vor bedeutenden Herausforderungen. Die Bedeutung für die Umwelt-, Stadt- und Regionalentwicklung wird sich in Zukunft noch erhöhen, die Ansprüche und Anforderungen an den ÖPNV werden weiter steigen. Diese Entwicklung erfordert erhebliche Angebotsverbesserungen in der Ausstattung und dem Kundenservice. Den Erfordernissen steht entgegen, dass die ÖPNV-Infrastruktur bereits jetzt, wie die gesamte Verkehrsinfrastruktur in Deutschland, große Mängel a...

    Who disapproves of TTIP? Multiple distrust in companies and political institutions

    Pitlik, Hans (2016)
    In 2013, the European Union and United States initiated a new political dialogue regarding a further deepening of bilateral trade and investment relations, the TTIP (Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership). In some member states, anti-TTIP street protests and political activists received substantial support. The paper is concerned with the drivers of public support or disapproval of TTIP. In particular, we focus on the role of (dis-) trust in companies and in political institutions fo...
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