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Selected press clippings and interviews (mostly in German)

2019

"So kann der Soli ganz entfallen", in: Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, August 17, 2019
(With reference to calculations of ZEW and IZA)

"‘What do you lose if you don’t have anything?’ – Why 1 in 3 businesses in Dallas are owned by immigrants", in: Dallas Morning News, August 16, 2019
(With reference to IZA Discussion Paper No. 131: Are Immigrants Favorably Self-Selected? An Economic Analysis)

"Sie ist dann mal weg", in: Frankfurter Allgemeine WOCHE, August 16, 2019
(With reference to IZA Discussion Paper No. 12306 The Gender Promotion Gap: Evidence from Central Banking)

"Boni können offene Gesprächskultur untergraben", in: Personalpraxis24, August 14, 2019
(With reference to IZA Discussion Paper No. 12446, Talking about Performance or Paying for it? Evidence from a Field Experiment)

"Ausweitung der Kurzarbeit: Was taugen Heils Pläne gegen die drohende Rezession?", in: SPIEGEL ONLINE, August 13, 2019
(Includes statement from Hilmar Schneider)

"New Data Show Few New York Teachers of Color in the Pipeline", in: Wall Street Journal, August 12, 2019
(With reference to IZA Discussion Paper No. 10630: The Long-Run Impacts of Same-Race Teachers)

"Acht Tricks für konzentriertes Arbeiten im Home Office", in: ChannelPartner, August 07, 2019
(With reference to IZA/XING-Studie)

"Volkswagen: Neue Milliardenklage droht", in: Der Aktionär, August 06, 2019
(With reference to IZA Discussion Paper No. 12427, The Impact of Car Pollution on Infant and Child Health: Evidence from Emissions Cheating)

"Gesundheit von Säuglingen: Droht Volkswagen die nächste Sammelklage?", in: Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, August 05, 2019
(With reference to IZA Discussion Paper No. 12427, The Impact of Car Pollution on Infant and Child Health: Evidence from Emissions Cheating)

"Mass shootings: Experts say violence is contagious, and 24/7 news cycle doesn’t help", in: NBC News, August 05, 2019
(With reference to the IZA Discussion Paper No. 11900, The Effect of Media Coverage on Mass Shootings)

"Warum Steuerberater, Anwälte und Co. die Digitalisierung nicht verpassen dürfen", in: Online PC (Schweiz), July 31, 2019
(With reference to IZA/XING-Studie)

"Married Couples with Big Age Gaps Are Less Satisfied Over Time", in: thirdAGE.com, July 30, 2019
(With reference to IZA Discussion Paper No. 10863: The Marital Satisfaction of Differently-Aged Couples)

"Wie künstliche Intelligenz unsere Jobs gefährdet", in: karriere.de, July 30, 2019
(With reference to IZA Discussion Paper No. 12428: Digitalization and the Future of Work: Macroeconomic Consequences)

"Altersdiskriminierung: Ist graues Haar hinderlich für die Karriere?", in: Elektro Wirtschaft, July 30, 2019
(With reference to IZA Discussion Paper No. 9289, Getting Grey Hairs in the Labour Market: An Alternative Experiment on Age Discrimination)

"Analyse: Die Digitalisierung ist doch kein Job-Killer", in: Elektro Wirtschaft, July 30, 2019
(With reference to IZA Discussion Paper No. 12428: Digitalization and the Future of Work: Macroeconomic Consequences)

"Combat predictable results of adults’ low expectations for kids", in: NJ Advance Media, July 29, 2019
(With reference to IZA Discussion Paper No. 10630: The Long-Run Impacts of Same-Race Teachers)

"Acht Tricks für konzentriertes Arbeiten im Home Office", in: CIO, July 26, 2019
(With reference to IZA/XING-Studie)

"There Is a Shortage of African American Teachers in America", in: America’s Charities, July 26, 2019
(With reference to IZA Discussion Paper No. 10630: The Long-Run Impacts of Same-Race Teachers)

"Ungeborene Kinder sind Karriere-Killer", in: Blick.ch, July 20, 2019
(With reference to IZA Discussion Paper No. 12308: Discrimination in Hiring Based on Potential and Realized Fertility: Evidence from a Large-Scale Field Experiment)

"Wenn Donnerstag wie Freitag ist", in: Kölner Stadt-Anzeiger, July 16, 2019
(Includes statement from Hilmar Schneider)

"Arbeitsmarkt entwickelt sich in zwei Richtungen", in: IT Production Online, July 15, 2019
(With reference to IZA Discussion Paper No. 12428: Digitalization and the Future of Work: Macroeconomic Consequences)

"Mitbestimmung hilft Frauen und Familien", in: Böckler Impuls, July 11, 2019
(With reference to IZA Discussion Paper No. 12344: Works Councils and Organizational Gender Policies in Germany)

"New Survey Finds 72 Percent of U.S. Economists Oppose a $15 Federal Minimum Wage", in: Employment Policies Institute, July 11, 2019
(Study based on survey among U.S.-based IZA Fellows)

"Technologischer Wandel spaltet den Arbeitsmarkt", in: Mannheimer Morgen, July 10, 2019
(With reference to IZA Discussion Paper No. 12428: Digitalization and the Future of Work: Macroeconomic Consequences)

"Grenzen zwischen Arbeit und Freizeit verschwimmen", in: Nürtinger Zeitung, July 06, 2019
(With reference to IZA/XING-Study)

"Die Digitalisierung lässt die Gehaltsschere in Deutschland weiter auseinandergehen, zeigt eine Studie", in: Business Insider Deutschland, June 28, 2019
(With reference to IZA Discussion Paper No. 12428: Digitalization and the Future of Work: Macroeconomic Consequences)

"Kurz und Knapp – Mobbing", in: wirtschaft & weiterbildung, June 28, 2019
(With reference to IZA Discussion Paper No. 12241: The Causal Effects of Adolescent School Bullying Victimisation on Later Life Outcomes)

"Bitte Lächeln! Das perfekte Bewerbungsfoto", in: Wolfsburger Nachrichten, June 22, 2019
(With reference to IZA Discussion Paper No. 9584: Do They Find You on Facebook? Facebook Profile Picture and Hiring Chances )

"Warum Männer mit wenig auskommen und Frauen Unmengen für Kosmetik zahlen", in: manonamission.de, June 20, 2019
(With references to IZA Discussion Paper No. 6356: The Labor Market Return to an Attractive Face: Evidence from a Field Experiment)

"Das Wunschkonzert der Gehaltsempfänger", in: PERSONALmagazin, June 18, 2019
(With reference to IZA Discussion Paper No. 7802: Social Comparisons in Wage Delegation: Experimental Evidence)

"Karriere mit Mentor", in: WeLT am SONNTAG, June 16, 2019
(With reference to IZA Discussion Paper No. 12203: Long-run Effects from Comprehensive Student Support: Evidence from Pathways to Education)

"Mehr Routine im gleichen Beruf", in: Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, June 15, 2019
(With reference to IZA Discussion Paper No. 12339: Technology, Skills, and Globalization: Explaining International Differences in Routine and Nonroutine Work Using Survey Data)

"Bremst „schlechte“ Automatisierung die Wirtschaftsentwicklung?", in: AUTlook, June 13, 2019
(With reference to IZA Discussion Paper No. 12292: : The Wrong Kind of AI? Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Labor Demand)

"Digitale Arbeitswelt – Ministerien stellen Weiterbildungs-Strategie vor", in: ZDF heute, June 12, 2019
(Interview with Hilmar Schneider)

"5 unintended consequences when world governments got involved in sex policies", in: Markets Insider, June 12, 2019
(With reference to IZA Discussion Paper No. 3214: Sex Ratios and Crime: Evidence from China’s One-Child Policy)

"John Stossel: Must parental leave be dictated by government? Can’t we say something isn’t government’s job?", in: Fox News (and various other news outlets), June 05, 2019
(With reference to IZA Discussion Paper No. 8023: Unanticipated Effects of California's Paid Family Leave Program)

"Jeder zweite Beschäftigte möchte weniger arbeiten", in: Capital, June 05, 2019
(With reference to IZA/XING-Study)

"Automatisierung – Mehr als ein Hype? Über das Wechselspiel von Mensch und Maschine", in: ichsagmal.com, June 03, 2019
(With reference to research from Holger Bonin and Terry Gregory)

"Potenzielle Mütter werden diskriminiert", in: Böckler Impuls, May 31, 2019
(With reference to IZA Discussion Paper No. 12308: Discrimination in Hiring Based on Potential and Realized Fertility: Evidence from a Large-Scale Field Experiment)

"Sinkt nach einem Vaterschaftsurlaub die Lust auf weitere Kinder?", in: Telepolis, May 30, 2019
(With reference to IZA Discussion Paper No. 12023: Does Paternity Leave Reduce Fertility?)

"I’m a former elite athlete and I call BS on tech’s obsession with working long hours", in: Fast Company, May 29, 2019
(With reference to IZA Discussion Paper No. 8129: The Productivity of Working Hours Firms & Workers Health & Happiness IZA DP No. 9129 )

"Why don’t we have 30-hour workweeks?", in: Allentown Morning Call, May 28, 2019
(With reference to IZA Discussion Paper No. 10179: Hours Worked in Europe and the US: New Data, New Answers)

"Bedroht Digitalisierung die Arbeitswelt?", in: Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, May 27, 2019
(Op-ed by Holger Bonin)

"Verheiratete Frauen ohne Kids im Nachteil", in: Main-Echo, May 24, 2019
(With reference to IZA Discussion Paper No. 12308: Discrimination in Hiring Based on Potential and Realized Fertility: Evidence from a Large-Scale Field Experiment)

"Wem die Stunde schlägt", in: Pfälzischer Merkur, May 23, 2019
(With reference to IZA/XING-Study)

"Unternehmer mit ausländischen Wurzeln sind innovativer", in: QZ-Online, May 23, 2019
(With reference to IZA Discussion Paper No. 12190: Immigrant Entrepreneurs and Innovation in the U.S. High-Tech Sector)

"Diskriminierung von jungen kinderlosen Frauen", in: Deutschlandfunk, May 14, 2019
(With reference to IZA Discussion Paper No. 12308: Discrimination in Hiring Based on Potential and Realized Fertility: Evidence from a Large-Scale Field Experiment)

"Mobbing-Opfer öfter arbeitslos", in: Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, May 14, 2019
(With reference to IZA Discussion Paper No. 12241: The Causal Effects of Adolescent School Bullying Victimisation on Later Life Outcomes)

"30, verheiratet, kinderlos? Dann wird es schwer mit dem Teilzeit-Job", in: Welt am Sontag, May 13, 2019
(With reference to IZA Discussion Paper No. 12308: Discrimination in Hiring Based on Potential and Realized Fertility: Evidence from a Large-Scale Field Experiment)

"Studie zu Teilzeit-Stellen: Junge Ehefrauen werden diskriminiert", in: DTS-Agenturmeldung, erschienen u.a. in Finanznachrichten.de, unternehmen-heute.de, wirtschaft.com, May 11, 2019
(With reference to IZA Discussion Paper No. 12308: Discrimination in Hiring Based on Potential and Realized Fertility: Evidence from a Large-Scale Field Experiment)

"The fine art of bullshitting – and why we’re getting better at it", in: Newstatesman, May 08, 2019
(With reference to IZA Discussion Paper No. 12282: Bullshitters. Who Are They and What Do We Know about Their Lives?)

"Warum die Arbeit von zu Hause häufig den Stress fördert", in: Wirtschaftswoche, May 06, 2019
(With reference to IZA Discussion Paper No. 11993: Does Telework Stress Employees Out? A Study on Working at Home and Subjective Well-Being for Wage/Salary Workers)

"Paid family leave may benefit businesses", in: ctpost.com, May 06, 2019
(With reference to IZA Discussion Paper No. 5793: A Flying Start? Maternity Leave Benefi ts and Long Run Outcomes of Children)

"Management & Karriere Kompakt", in: Die Welt, May 03, 2019
(With reference to IZA/XING-Study)

"Fast jeder Zweite würde gerne Stunden reduzieren ", in: Süddeutsche Zeitung, May 02, 2019
(With reference to IZA/XING-Study)

"Tagelöhner im Nebenjob", in: Die ZEIT, May 02, 2019
(With reference to IZA research)

"Fast jeder Zweite würde gerne Stunden reduzieren ", in: dpa-Agenturmeldung, erschienen u.a. in Berliner Morgenpost, Leipziger Volkszeitung, Hannoversche Allgemeine, etc., May 02, 2019
(With reference to IZA/XING-Study)

"North Americans males born into privilege are most likely to be 'bullsh--ters,’ according to a study", in: New York Daily News, April 30, 2019
(With reference to IZA Discussion Paper No. 12282: Bullshitters. Who Are They and What Do We Know about Their Lives? )

"Wealthy, Male American Students Are More Likely to BS, Study Says", in: Time Magazine, April 30, 2019
(With reference to IZA Discussion Paper No. 12282: Bullshitters. Who Are They and What Do We Know about Their Lives?)

"Married, childless women still face a “motherhood penalty” at work", in: Quartz, April 29, 2019
(With reference to IZA Discussion Paper No. 12308: Discrimination in Hiring Based on Potential and Realized Fertility: Evidence from a Large-Scale Field Experiment)

"Americans are famous for being BS artists, but the ‘overclaiming’ champion is actually … Canada: study", in: The Oregonian, April 29, 2019
(With reference to IZA Discussion Paper No. 12282: Bullshitters. Who Are They and What Do We Know about Their Lives? )

"ERP aus der Cloud für die Arbeitswelt der Zukunft", in: ChannelPartner, April 29, 2019
(With reference to IZA/XING-Study)

"Industrie 4.0 braucht weiterhin gute Leute", in: Aktive-Online, April 26, 2019
(Includes statment from Holger Bonin)

"Endstation Burn-out?", in: Die Welt, April 25, 2019
(Includes statment from Ulf Rinne)

"Die Grenzen lösen sich auf", in: Technology Review, April 25, 2019
(With reference to IZA/XING-Study)

"Internationalisierung steigert den Erfolg", in: Technology Review, April 25, 2019
(With reference to IZA Discussion Paper No. 12202: Peer Diversity, College Performance and Educational Choices)

"Top-Leistung: Acht einfache Tricks für konzentriertes Arbeiten im Home Office", in: manage it, April 25, 2019
(With reference to IZA/XING-Study)

"How choice architecture shapes consumer decisions", in: Marketing Dive, April 24, 2019
(With reference to IZA Discussion Paper No. 11097: Nudging Generosity: Choice Architecture and Cognitive Factors in Charitable Giving)

"Was Zuwanderung und Umverteilung verbindet", in: Tages-Anzeiger, April 22, 2019
(With reference to IZA Discussion Paper No. 12130: Immigration and Preferences for Redistribution in Europe)

"Die Abwanderung von Deutschen wird vergessen", in: Der Tagesspiegel, April 21, 2019
(Includes statment from Holger Bonin)

"Schlechte Fahrer halten sich für die besten", in: Saarbrücker Zeitung, April 20, 2019
(With reference IZA Discussion Paper No. 10611: Estimating the Relationship between Skill and Overconfidence)

"Erfolgreiche Unternehmer haben was von Dschingis Khan", in: Die Welt, April 20, 2019
(With reference to IZA Discussion Paper No. 2380: The Intergenerational Transmission of Risk and Trust Attitudes)

"Researchers have found a link between air pollution and crime", in: The World Economic Forum, April 18, 2019
(With reference to IZA Discussion Paper No. 11492: Crime is in the Air: The Contemporaneous Relationship between Air Pollution and Crime)

"Common cents: Unpacking the numbers behind the gender wage gap", in: The Badger Herald, April 16, 2019
(With reference to IZA Discussion Paper No. 9656: The Gender Wage Gap: Extent, Trends, and Explanations)

"Hartz IV – Reform der Reform?", in: Die Zeit, April 10, 2019
(Includes statements from Werner Eichhorst and Ulf Rinne)

"Was Rassismus mit dem Geldbeutel zu tun hat – Ein Doppelinterview", in: Thüringische Landeszeitung, April 10, 2019
(With reference to IZA Discussion Paper No. 10217: Discrimination against Female Migrants Wearing Headscarves)

"Senate Democrats have coalesced around a big plan to expand tax credits", in: Vox.com, April 10, 2019
(With reference to IZA Discussion Paper No. 5994: The Effects of a Universal Child Benefit)

"Higher lead in topsoil boosts probability of cognitive difficulties in 5-year-old boys", in: BrightSurf.com, April 10, 2019
(With reference to IZA Discussion Paper No. 12178: The Legacy Lead Deposition in Soils and Its Impact on Cognitive Function in Preschool-Aged Children in the United States)

"Lamont promises teacher diversity", in: Yale Daily News, April 04, 2019
(With reference to IZA Discussion Paper No. 10630: The Long-Run Impacts of Same-Race Teachers )

"The teacher diversity gap is literally inherited", in: Brookings Blog, April 03, 2019
(With reference to IZA Discussion Paper No. 12201: The Intergenerational Transmission of Teaching)

"Prince Harry will reportedly take 2 weeks of paternity leave from his royal duties to be a 'modern dad,' and piles of research shows why that's so important", in: Business Insider, March 18, 2019
(With reference to IZA Discussion Paper No. 5793: A Flying Start? Maternity Leave Benefi ts and Long Run Outcomes of Children)

"Human/e capitalism: work, knowledge and non-hierarchical cooperation", in: World Commerce Review , March 15, 2019
(Op-ed by Werner Eichhorst)

"Interview: Die Grenzen zwischen Arbeit und Freizeit verwischen mehr und mehr", in: mobile zeitgeist, March 11, 2019
(Interview with Ulf Rinne)

"Mensch oder Maschine: Wer kriegt in Zukunft die Jobs?", in: Luzerner Zeitung , March 10, 2019
(With reference to IZA Discussion Paper No. 12063: Racing With or Against the Machine? Evidence from Europe)

"A small step for women ", in: The Economist, March 07, 2019
(With reference to IZA WOL Article No. 14 by Lisa Cameron)

"Im Dienst einkaufen, nach Feierabend arbeiten", in: Süddeutsche Zeitung, March 05, 2019
(With reference to IZA/XING study and statement from Hilmar Schneider)

"Germany's 'money for nothing' experiment raises basic income questions", in: Deutsche Welle, February 27, 2019
(Includes statement from Hilmar Schneider)

"Ende des Teilzeit-Booms", in: WELT, February 25, 2019
(Includes statement from Hilmar Schneider)

"Wahl zwischen mehr Freizeit oder mehr Geld?", in: Main Echo (u.a. auch in Westdeutsche Zeitung), February 22, 2019
(Includes statement from Hilmar Schneider)

"Digitalisierung verändert Ausbildungsberufe", in: NDR, February 21, 2019
(Includes statement from Werner Eichhorst)

"Job vacancies in Germany reach record level", in: Xinhuanet, February 19, 2019
(Includes statement from Ulf Rinne)

"Der Mitarbeiter-Flüsterer", in: Focus, February 19, 2019
(Includes statement from Werner Eichhorst)

"Der deutsche Arbeitsmarkt ist leergefegt", in: WELT, February 19, 2019
(Includes statement from Hilmar Schneider)

"Die Ökonomenzunft kämpft mit einem wachsenden Reputationsproblem", in: Wirtschaftswoche, February 19, 2019
(Interview with Hilmar Schneider)

"Staatsschulden, Frauenquote, holländische Krankheit", in: Makronom, February 19, 2019
(With reference to IZA Discussion Paper No. 11462: Do Board Gender Quotas Matter? Selection, Performance and Stock Market Effects)

"Study links water contamination to poor infant health", in: New Haven Yale Daily News, February 19, 2019
(With reference to IZA Discussion Paper: 12115: Something in the Pipe: Flint Water Crisis and Health at Birth)

"Sozialer Frust", in: Der Spiegel, February 16, 2019
(Includes statement from Holger Bonin)

"Error und die Detektive", in: Wirtschaftswoche, February 15, 2019
(Includes statement from Hilmar Schneider)

"Digitaler Wandel verändert Arbeits- und Sozialrecht", in: IHK Bonn, February 14, 2019
(Includes statement from Hilmar Schneider)

"Warum sich gerade schlechte Autofahrer für die besten halten", in: TÜV Nord Group, February 14, 2019
(With reference to IZA research)

"Redrafting national service policy", in: europeanceo.com, February 12, 2019
(With reference to IZA Journal of Labor Economics study)

"Sozialgesetze reichen aus", in: WDR 2, February 12, 2019
(Interview with Hilmar Schneider (audio))

"Tagesthema: Arbeiten Sie gern von zu Hause aus?", in: rbb, February 12, 2019
(Interview with Werner Eichhorst (audio))

"Allein im Home Office: Mein Schweinehund und ich", in: jobs.de, February 12, 2019
(With reference to IZA/XING survey of German workers)

"Wer soll die SPD-Vorschläge bezahlen?", in: Stuttgarter Zeitung, February 11, 2019
(Includes statement from Hilmar Schneider)

"In Pantoffeln ins Büro", in: VDI Nachrichten, February 08, 2019
(With reference to IZA research)

"SPD will Recht auf mobiles Arbeiten und Homeoffice durchsetzen", in: Manager Magazin, February 07, 2019
(With reference to IZA/XING survey of German workers)

"Thyssenkrupp, Evonik und Real profitieren von EU-Ausländern", in: Neue Ruhr Zeitung, February 04, 2019
(Includes statement from Holger Bonin)

"Die Frauenquote wirkt - anders als gedacht", in: Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, February 02, 2019
(With reference to IZA Discussion Paper No. 12099: Female Leadership and Gender Gap within Firms: Evidence from an Italian Board Reform)

"Institution im digitalen Wandel ", in: Cellesche Zeitung, February 02, 2019
(Includes statement from Werner Eichhorst)

"Warum der Roboter doch kein Jobkiller ist", in: Wirtschaftswoche, February 01, 2019
(Op-ed by Hilmar Schneider)

"Frauen bringen Teams zu besseren Leistungen", in: aerzteblatt.de, February 01, 2019
(With reference to IZA Discussion Paper No.11861: Teamwork, Leadership and Gender)

"Studie: Homeoffice stresst oftmals mehr als Büroarbeit", in: Personalpraxis24, January 28, 2019
(With reference to IZA Discussion Paper No. 11993: Does Telework Stress Employees Out? A Study on Working at Home and Subjective Well-Being for Wage/Salary Workers)

"Warum Home-Office Stress verursacht", in: Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, January 23, 2019
(With reference to IZA research)

"Raising The Minimum Wage Would Save American Lives", in: The Huffington Post, January 23, 2019
(With reference to IZA Discussion Paper No. 10572: Minimum Wages and the Distribution of Family Incomes)

"Andere Brötchen backen", in: Süddeutsche Zeitung, January 17, 2019
(Includes statement from Werner Eichhorst)

"Von Drahtziehern und Filmvorführern", in: Süddeutsche Zeitung, January 17, 2019
(With reference to IZA Discussion Paper No.12063: Racing With or Against the Machine? Evidence from Europe)

"The Impact of The New German Minimum Wage", in: Cato Institute, January 17, 2019
(With reference to IZA Discussion Paper No.12043: The Causal Effects of the Minimum Wage Introduction in Germany: An Overview)

"Der Mensch wird weiter gebraucht", in: Süddeutsche Zeitung, January 16, 2019
(Includes statement from Werner Eichhorst)

"New state reports break down where Ogden, Weber schools need improvement", in: Standard-Examiner, January 14, 2019
(With reference to IZA Discussion Paper No.10630: The Long-Run Impacts of Same-Race Teachers)

"Maschinen schaffen mehr Jobs, als sie vernichten", in: Tagesanzeiger, January 10, 2019
(Includes statement from Terry Gregory)

"EU-Ausländer sind Teil des deutschen Jobwunders", in: General-Anzeiger Bonn, January 09, 2019
(Includes statement from Holger Bonin)

"Wohin geht die Welt?", in: BILD, January 09, 2019
(With reference to IZA Discussion Paper No.12063: Racing With or Against the Machine? Evidence from Europe)

"Daten und Fakten", in: BMFSTJ, January 09, 2019
(With reference to IZA/ZEW calculations)

"Maschinen schaffen mehr Jobs als sie vernichten", in: Süddeutsche Zeitung, January 08, 2019
(With reference to IZA Discussion Paper No.12063: Racing With or Against the Machine? Evidence from Europe)

"This is how your workload really affects your kids", in: MarketWatch, January 07, 2019
(With reference to IZA Discussion Paper No.10739: Parental Work Hours and Childhood Obesity: Evidence Using Instrumental Variables Related to Sibling School Eligibility)

"Geht's uns wirklich so gut?", in: procontra, January 07, 2019
(With reference to IZA/XING survey)

"Akademiker meiden den Osten", in: WELT, January 05, 2019
(Includes statement from Holger Bonin)

"Wie es uns gefällt", in: Der Spiegel, January 05, 2019
(With reference to IZA research)

"Große regionale Unterschiede bei Kita-Gebühren", in: WELT, January 03, 2019
(Includes statement from Holger Bonin)

"Arbeitgeber machen sich für mehr Heimarbeit stark", in: Manager Magazin, January 01, 2019
(With reference to IZA research)