STURN Simon, Mag.
Welthandelsplatz 1/D2/level 3
1020 Vienna, Austria
Economic and social policy
An empirical assessment of environmental inequality in Europe (FWF project, researcher)
Sturn, Simon. 2018. “Do Minimum Wages Lead to Job Losses? Evidence from OECD Countries on Low-Skilled and Youth Employment.” Industrial and Labor, Relations Review 71 (3): 647–75. Media coverage (in Flemish): De Wereld Morgen
Herzog-Stein, Alexander, Fabian Lindner, and Simon Sturn. 2018. “The German Employment Miracle in the Great Recession: the Significance and Institutional Foundations of Temporary Working Time Reductions.” Oxford Economic Papers 70 (1): 206-224. Media coverage (in German): Die Welt; Spiegel Online
Sturn, Simon, and Klara Zwickl. 2016. “A Reassessment of Intermediation and Size Effects of Financial Systems.” Empirical Economics 50 (4): 1467–1480.
Sturn, Simon. 2014. “From Internal Imbalances to Global Imbalances: A Survey on the Causes of China’s Export-Led Growth.” China Economic Journal 8 (1): 320–342 - Reprinted in “China and the Global Economy – The International Library of Critical Writings in Economics series no. 336”, edited by Shahid Yusuf, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK
Sturn, Simon. 2014. “Macroeconomic Policy in Recessions and Unemployment Hysteresis.” Applied Economics Letters 21 (13): 914–917.
Sturn, Simon. 2013. “Are Corporatist Labour Markets Different? Labour Market Regimes and Unemployment in OECD Countries.” International Labour Review 152 (2): 237–254.
Stockhammer, Engelbert, and Simon Sturn. 2012. “The Impact of Monetary Policy on Unemployment Hysteresis.” Applied Economics 44 (21): 2743–2756.
Zwickl, Klara, Simon Sturn, and James Boyce. 2019. “Air-quality co-benefits of carbon mitigation at industrial facilities in Europe.” PERI Working Paper 487.
Sturn, Simon, and Gerald A. Epstein. 2014. “Finance and Growth: The Neglected Role of the Business Cycle.” PERI Working Paper 339.
van Treeck, Till, and Simon Sturn. 2012. “Income Inequality as a Cause of the Great Recession? A Survey of Current Debates.” ILO Working Papers 470934.