Working Papers by PhD Students


Avtandil Abashishvili. “Exporting and Endogenous Workplace Amenities Under Monopsonistic Competition“, Ruhr Economics Papers #1008, 2023.

Eyayaw Beze. “Geographic Constraints and the Housing Supply Elasticity in Germany“, Ruhr Economic Papers #1003, 2023.

Nina Furbach. “Demographics, Labor Market Power and the Spatial Equilibrium“, Ruhr Economic Papers #998, 2023.

Johannes Gallé. “Indian Agriculture under Climate Change: The Competing Effect of Temperature and Rainfall Anomalies” (with Anja Katzenberger) Ruhr Economic Papers #1002, 2023.

Maximilian Perl. “Agglomerations, Tasks and Wage Growth“,  Ruhr Economic Papers #999, 2023.

Philipp Markus. “Effects of Access to Universities on Education and Migration Decisions“, Ruhr Economic Papers #996,  2023.


Felix Dornseifer. “Invest in Friends or Foreigners? The Role of Social Connectedness in Foreign Direct Investment ” (with Oliver Rehbein), SSRN Working Paper, 2022

Johannes Gallé. “Place-based policies and structural change: Evidence from India’s Special Economic Zones” (with Daniel Overbeck, Nadine Riedel, and Tobias Seidel),  CEPR-STEG Working Paper, available at SSRN, 2022.

Lea Nassal. “Couples, Careers, and Spatial Mobility” (with Marie Paul), Center for Research and Analysis of Migration Discussion Paper Series CDP 20/22, Sep. 2022. 


Malte Boghorst. “Commuting, Children and the Gender Wage Gap“, Copenhagen Business School, CBS. Working Paper / Department of Economics, No. 15-2021.


Julia Temel; with Jones Aled, Jones Nikoleta and Balint Lenke: “Limits of monetization in protecting ecosystem services”, in Conservation Biology  (2018), 32 (5), pp.1048-1062. DOI: