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2024

Hiesinger, Karolin (2024) Essays on the Economics of Sickness Absence, Working Conditions and Health in the Labor Market. PhD, Universität Regensburg.

2021

Gürtzgen, Nicole, (né Nolte), André Diegmann, Pohlan, Laura and van den Berg, Gerard J. (2021) Do digital information technologies help unemployed job seekers find a job? Evidence from the broadband internet expansion in Germany. European Economic Review 132, p. 103657. Fulltext not available.

Gürtzgen, Nicole, Lochner, Benjamin, Pohlan, Laura and van den Berg, Gerard J. (2021) Does online search improve the match quality of new hires? Labour Economics 70, p. 101981. Fulltext not available.

Lochner, Benjamin, Merkl, Christian, Stüber, Heiko and Gürtzgen, Nicole (2021) Recruiting intensity and hiring practices: Cross-sectional and time-series evidence. Labour Economics 68, p. 101939. Fulltext not available.

2020

Gürtzgen, Nicole and Diegmann (né Nolte), André (2020) Does low‐pay persist across different regimes? Evidence from German Unification. Economics of Transition and Institutional Change 28 (3), pp. 413-440. Fulltext not available.

2018

Guertzgen, Nicole and Hank, Karsten (2018) Maternity Leave and Mothers’ Long-Term Sickness Absence: Evidence From West Germany. Demography 55 (2), pp. 587-615. Fulltext not available.

2016

Gürtzgen, Nicole (2016) Estimating the Wage Premium of Collective Wage Contracts: Evidence from Longitudinal Linked Employer-Employee Data. Industrial Relations: A Journal of Economy and Society 55 (2), pp. 294-322. Fulltext not available.

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