STURN Simon, PhD
Simon Sturn is Assistant Professor at the Institute for Political Economy of Public Policy. He received his Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Massachusetts Amherst. His research focuses on the analysis of labor market, environmental, and macro-economic policies.
Sturn, Simon, and Gerald Epstein. 2021. “How much should we trust five-year averaging to purge business cycle effects? A reassessment of the finance-growth and capital accumulation-unemployment nexus.” Economic Modelling 96 (C): 242-256.
Zwickl, Klara, Simon Sturn, and James Boyce. 2021. “Effects of carbon mitigation on co-pollutants at industrial facilities in Europe.” Energy Journal 42 (5).
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
Economic and social policy
An empirical assessment of environmental inequality in Europe (FWF project, researcher)
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