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Department Business and Economics

Publications of the Professorship

We would like to give an overview of selected articles that we have created in the past years. Further publications can be found in the web profiles of the individual employees.

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Publications in Academic Journals


  • Preugschat, Edgar. "Low homeownership in Germany—A quantitative exploration" (with Leo Kaas, Georgi Kocharkov and Nawid Siassi),  Journal of the European Economic Association 19.1 (2021): 128-164. (media coverage: FAZ, Tagesspiegel)


  • Jung, Philip. "Earnings losses and labor mobility over the life cycle" (with Moritz Kuhn), Journal of the European Economic Association 17.3 (2019): 678-724.
  • Preugschat, Edgar. "Wealth inequality and homeownership in Europe" (with Leo Kaas and Georgi Kocharkov), Annals of Economics and Statistics 136 (2019): 27-54.
  • Preugschat, Edgar. "Does homeownership promote wealth accumulation?" (with Leo Kaas and Georgi Kocharkov), Applied Economics Letters 26.14 (2019): 1186-1191.


  • Preugschat, Edgar. "On the effects of ranking by unemployment duration" (with Javier Fernandez-Blanco), European Economic Review 104 (2018): 92-110.


  • Preugschat, Edgar. "Productivity spillovers through labor mobility in search equilibrium" (with Tom-Reiel Heggedal and Espen R. Moen), Journal of Economic Theory 169 (2017): 551-602.
  • Preugschat, Edgar. "Information and coordination frictions in experimental posted offer markets" (with Leif Helland and Espen R. Moen), Journal of Economic Theory 167 (2017): 53-74.
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Working Papers


  • Philip Jung, Philipp Korfmann and Edgar Preugschat. "Optimal Regional Labor Market Policies", Revision requested at European Economic Review


  • Philip Jung. "What hides behind the German labor market miracle? Unemployment insurance reforms and labor market dynamics" (with Benjamin Hartung and Moritz Kuhn), Revision requested at Review of Economic Studies
  • Philip Jung. "Federal unemployment reinsurance and local labor-market policies" (with Marek Ignaszak and Keith Kuester)


  • Philip Jung. "Etiopathology of Europe’s sick man: Worker flows in Germany 1959-2016" (with Moritz Kuhn)
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Other Publications and Policy


  • Jung, Philip. "Staatsausgaben - Wer kommt für die Rekordschulden auf?" (with Christian Bayer), FAZ 
  • Jung, Philip. "Kurzarbeitergeld - So lässt sich die Beschäftigung besser stabilisieren" (with Christian Bayer), FAZ 


  • Jung, Philip. "Reformvorschläge für den Arbeitsmarkt: Ist Hartz IV noch zukunftsfähig?." (with Anke Hassel, Robert Habeck, Matthias Knuth, Alexande Spermann, Hans Peter Grüner, Maximilian Joseph Blömer, Clemens Fuest and Andreas Peichl), ifo Schnelldienst 72.06 (2019): 3-25.
  • Jung, Philip. "Die Reform der Arbeitslosenversicherung" (with Moritz Kuhn), Perspektiven der Wirtschaftspolitik 20.02 (2019): 115-132.
  • Preugschat, Edgar. "Warum ist das Wohneigentum in Deutschland so gering?" (with Leo Kaas, Georgi Kocharkov and Nawid Siassi), Makronom