PUBLICATIONS

Gersbach, Hans, Jean-Charles Rochet and Martin Scheffel (2015), Taking Banks to Solow, in: Joseph E. Stiglitz and Martin Guzman (eds.), Contemporary Issues in Macroeconomics – Lessons from The Crisis and Beyond, Palgrave Macmillan.


Krebs, Tom and Martin Scheffel (2013), Macroeconomic Evaluation of Labor Market Reform in Germany, IMF Economic Review, Vol.61(4), pp. 664-701. (download)

PUBLICATIONS IN GERMAN (NOT PEER-REVIEWED)

Krebs, Tom and Martin Scheffel (forthcoming), Lohnende Investitionen, Perspektiven der Wirtschaftspolitik.


Krebs, Tom and Martin Scheffel (2017), Öffentliche Investitionen als Garant der Generationengerechtigkeit, Wirtschaftsdienst, Vol.97(1), pp. 40-44.

WORKING PAPERS

Krebs, Tom and Martin Scheffel (2017), Labor Market Institutions and the Cost of Recessions, IMF Working Paper 17/87. (download)

 

Krebs, Tom and Martin Scheffel (2016), Structural Reform in Germany, IMF Working Paper 16/96. (download)

 

Gersbach, Hans, Quirin Oberpriller and Martin Scheffel (2015), Double Free-Riding in Innovation and Abatement: A Rules Treaty Solution, mimeo (Revise and Resubmit, Environmental and Resource Economics).

 

Gersbach, Hans, Jean-Charles Rochet and Martin Scheffel (2015), Financial Intermediation, Capital Accumulation and Recovery, mimeo. (available soon)


Krebs, Tom and Martin Scheffel (2011), Human Capital Risk, Public Consumption, and Optimal Taxation, CDSE Discussion Paper No. 114. (download)


Scheffel, Martin (2011), Optimal Unemployment Insurance in General Equilibrium, CDSE Discussion Paper No. 112. (download)

WORK IN PROGRESS

Martin Scheffel, Grandfathering of Labor Market Reforms: Theory and Evidence.

 

Duval, Romain, Davide Fuircere, Tom Krebs and Martin Scheffel, Unemployment Insurance and Macroeconomic Shocks.

 

Krebs,Tom and Martin Scheffel, Welfare Gains from Macroeconomic Stabilization Policy.


Gersbach, Hans, Jean-Charles Rochet and Martin Scheffel, Financial Frictions, Labor Market Frictions, and the Transmission of Shocks.


Gersbach, Hans, Jean-Charles Rochet and Martin Scheffel, A Real Business Cycle Model Analysis of Financial Crises and Banking Crises.


Jung, Philip and Martin Scheffel, Optimal Labor Market Institutions.