Elke J. Jahn
Research Fellow

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Jahn Elke J. Jahn is currently professor of labour economics at Bayreuth University and distinguished researcher at the Institute for Employment Research (IAB) Nuremberg. She was associate professor at Aarhus School of Business, Aarhus University between 2007 and 2009 and visiting scholar at the Center for European Studies, Harvard University during the academic year 2006/2007.

Her research focuses on temporary agency work, employment protection legislation, and migration.

Elke J. Jahn joined IZA as Research Fellow in March 2005.
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IZA Discussion Papers:
No. Author(s)
Title
10480  Elke J. Jahn
Michael Neugart
Do Neighbors Help Finding a Job? Social Networks and Labor Market Outcomes After Plant Closures
9635  Boris Hirsch
Elke J. Jahn
Michael Oberfichtner
The Urban Wage Premium in Imperfect Labour Markets
8803  Henna Busk
Elke J. Jahn
Christine Dauth
Do Changes in Regulation Affect Temporary Agency Workers' Job Satisfaction?
(forthcoming in: Industrial Relations)
7776  Boris Hirsch
Elke J. Jahn
Claus Schnabel
The Cyclical Behaviour of Employers' Monopsony Power and Workers' Wages
(substantially revised version published as "Do employers have more monopsony power in slack labor markets?" forthcoming in: Industrial and Labor Relations Review)
7240  Boris Hirsch
Elke J. Jahn
Ott Toomet
Daniela Hochfellner
Does Better Pre-Migration Performance Accelerate Immigrants' Wage Assimilation?
(published in: Labour Economics, 2014, 30, 212-222)
6713  Herbert Brücker
Elke J. Jahn
Richard Upward
Migration and Imperfect Labor Markets: Theory and Cross-Country Evidence from Denmark, Germany and the UK
(published in: European Economic Review, 2014, 66, 205-225)
6472  Boris Hirsch
Elke J. Jahn
Is There Monopsonistic Discrimination against Immigrants? First Evidence from Linked Employer-Employee Data
(substantially revised version published in: Industrial and Labor Relations Review, 2015, 68 (3), 501-528)
6471  Elke J. Jahn
Enzo Weber
Identifying the Substitution Effect of Temporary Agency Employment
(published in: Macroeconomic Dynamics, 2016, 20(5), 1264-1281)
6405  Elke J. Jahn
Michael Rosholm
Is Temporary Agency Employment a Stepping Stone for Immigrants?
(published in: Economics Letters, 2013, 118 (1), 225-228)
5837  Elke J. Jahn
Dario Pozzoli
Does the Sector Experience Affect the Pay Gap for Temporary Agency Workers?
(published in: Labour Economics, 2013, 24, 48-57)
5333  Elke J. Jahn
Jan Bentzen
What Drives the Demand for Temporary Agency Workers?
(published in: LABOUR, 2012, 26 (3), 341-355)
4973  Elke J. Jahn
Michael Rosholm
Looking Beyond the Bridge: How Temporary Agency Employment Affects Labor Market Outcomes
(published in: European Economic Review, 2014, 65 (1) 108-125)
3768  Elke J. Jahn
Thomas Wagner
Do Targeted Hiring Subsidies and Profiling Techniques Reduce Unemployment?
3663  Elke J. Jahn
Reassessing the Wage Penalty for Temps in Germany
(published in: Jahrbücher für Nationalökonomie und Statistik, 2010, 230 (2), 208-233)
3423  Herbert Brücker
Elke J. Jahn
Migration and the Wage Curve: A Structural Approach to Measure the Wage and Employment Effects of Migration
(revised version published as: 'Migration and Wage-Setting: Reassessing the Labor Market Effects of Migration' in: Scandinavian Journal of Economics, 2011, 113 (2), 286-317)
2343  Manfred Antoni
Elke J. Jahn
Do Changes in Regulation Affect Employment Duration in Temporary Work Agencies?
(published in: Industrial and Labor Relations Review, 2009, 62 (2), 226-251)
2151  Elke J. Jahn
Thomas Wagner
Base Period, Qualifying Period and the Equilibrium Rate of Unemployment
1813  Elke J. Jahn
Thomas Wagner
Contractual Employment Protection and the Scarring Risk of Unemployment
 

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