Bernhard Boockmann
Research Fellow

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Boockmann Bernhard Boockmann is Scientific Director of the Institute for Applied Economic Research (IAW) in Tübingen and adjunct professor at the University of Tübingen. After graduating as Diplom-Volkswirt at the University of Mannheim, he obtained his MSc. from University College London and his doctoral degree from the University of Mannheim.

His research centres on labour market issues such as treatment effects of labour market policies, the analysis of individual work histories, labour market regulations and wage determination. He has also worked in the field of political economy. His papers have been published in the Journal of the European Economic Association, Industrial and Labor Relations Review, Labour Economics and other scholarly journals. He has conducted major quantitative evaluation studies for German government departments and has received research grants from the German Science Foundation and other funding institutions.

He joined IZA as a Research Fellow in April 2009.
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IZA World of Labor article: The effects of wage subsidies for older workers
 
IZA Discussion Papers:
No. Author(s)
Title
8811  Bernhard Boockmann
Tobias Brändle
Coaching, Counseling, Case-Working: Do They Help the Older Unemployed Out of Benefit Receipt and Back into the Labor Market?
6074  Olga Bohachova
Bernhard Boockmann
Claudia M. Buch
Labor Demand During the Crisis: What Happened in Germany?
4983  Bernhard Boockmann
The Combined Employment Effects of Minimum Wages and Labor Market Regulation: A Meta-Analysis
(published in: Applied Economic Quarterly, 2010, 56, 156-188)
4580  Bernhard Boockmann
Stephan L. Thomsen
Thomas Walter
Intensifying the Use of Benefit Sanctions: An Effective Tool to Shorten Welfare Receipt and Speed Up Transitions to Employment?
(published in: IZA Journal of Labor Policy 2014, 3:21 )
 
IZA Standpunkte:
No. Author(s)
Title
68 Bernhard Boockmann
Claudia M. Buch
Monika Schnitzer
Evidenzbasierte Wirtschaftspolitik in Deutschland: Defizite und Potenziale
 

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