Thorsten Schank
Thorsten Schank
Professor für Angewandte Statistik und Ökonometrie
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Do exporters really pay higher wages? First evidence from German linked employer–employee data
T Schank, C Schnabel, J Wagner
Journal of international Economics 72 (1), 52-74, 2007
3542007
High wage workers and low wage firms: negative assortative matching or limited mobility bias?
MJ Andrews, L Gill, T Schank, R Upward
Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A (Statistics in Society …, 2008
2152008
Differences in labor supply to monopsonistic firms and the gender pay gap: An empirical analysis using linked employer-employee data from Germany
B Hirsch, T Schank, C Schnabel
Journal of Labor Economics 28 (2), 291-330, 2010
1752010
Practical fixed-effects estimation methods for the three-way error-components model
M Andrews, T Schank, R Upward
The Stata Journal 6 (4), 461-481, 2006
1732006
Labor market monopsony
OC Ashenfelter, H Farber, MR Ransom
Journal of Labor Economics 28 (2), 203-210, 2010
1472010
Reservation wages, search duration, and accepted wages in Europe
JT Addison, M Centeno, P Portugal
IZA Discussion Paper, 2004
106*2004
Foreign-owned firms around the world: A comparative analysis of wages and employment at the micro-level
A Hijzen, PS Martins, T Schank, R Upward
European Economic Review 60, 170-188, 2013
1012013
High wage workers match with high wage firms: Clear evidence of the effects of limited mobility bias
MJ Andrews, L Gill, T Schank, R Upward
Economics Letters 117 (3), 824-827, 2012
822012
Higher wages in exporting firms: self-selection, export effect, or both? First evidence from linked employer-employee data
T Schank, C Schnabel, J Wagner
Review of World Economics 146 (2), 303-322, 2010
812010
Higher wages in exporting firms: self-selection, export effect, or both? First evidence from linked employer-employee data
T Schank, C Schnabel, J Wagner
Review of World Economics 146 (2), 303-322, 2010
812010
Do works councils inhibit investment?
JT Addison, T Schank, C Schnabel, J Wagner
ILR Review 60 (2), 187-203, 2007
772007
The takeover and selection effects of foreign ownership in Germany: an analysis using linked worker-firm data
MJ Andrews, L Bellmann, T Schank, R Upward
Available at SSRN 962335, 2007
66*2007
The demand for labor: An analysis using matched employer–employee data from the German LIAB. Will the high unskilled worker own-wage elasticity please stand up?
JT Addison, L Bellmann, T Schank, P Teixeira
Journal of Labor Research 29 (2), 114-137, 2008
642008
Works councils and separations: Voice, monopoly, and insurance effects
B Hirsch, T Schank, C Schnabel
Industrial Relations: A Journal of Economy and Society 49 (4), 566-592, 2010
632010
Low-wage careers: Are there dead-end firms and dead-end jobs?
A Mosthaf, C Schnabel, J Stephani
Zeitschrift für Arbeitsmarktforschung 43 (3), 231-249, 2011
61*2011
Works councils–sand or grease in the operation of German firms?
T Schank, C Schnabel, J Wagner
Applied Economics Letters 11 (3), 159-161, 2004
602004
The spread of ICT and productivity growth is Europe really lagging behind in the new economy?
ES Scarpetta, E Bartelsman, A Bassanini, J Haltiwanger, R Jarmin, ...
542008
Practical estimation methods for linked employer-employee data
MJ Andrews, T Schank, R Upward
Diskussionspapiere, 2004
502004
Productivity and size of the export market: Evidence for West and East German plants, 2004
J Wagner
IZA Discussion Paper, 2007
462007
Niedriglohnbeschäftigung: Sackgasse oder Chance zum Aufstieg?
T Schank, C Schnabel, J Stephani, S Bender
IAB-Kurzbericht, 2008
442008
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