WHU Working Paper Series - Economics Group

Welcome to the WHU Working Paper Series of the Economics Group. The series is listed in the EconPapers/IDEAS/RePEc-Archive. Additionally, it is listed in the German National Library with the ISSN 2511-1159.

This series offers you an opportunity to present your research at an early stage and the chance to obtain academic feedback. To submit a paper, please contact us at rainer.rilke(at)whu.edu.

No. Author(s) Title
17-06 Christian Bührer, Stefan Fetzer und Christian Hagist Das Hamburger Beihilfemodell - Ein Vergleich der internen Renditen von GKV und PKV
17-05 Christian Bührer, Stefan Fetzer und Christian Hagist Cui bono? - Die Bürgerversicherung und die Beihilfe
17-04 Michael Frenkel, Matthias Mauch, Jan-Christoph Rülke Forecaster Rationality and Expectation Formation in Foreign Exchange Markets: Do Emerging Markets Differ from Industrialized Economies?
17-03 Michael Frenkel, Jin-Kyu Jung, Jan-Christoph Rülke Rationalizing the Bias in Central Banks' Interest Rate Projections
17-02 Julian Conrads, Mischa Ellenberger, Bernd Irlenbusch, Elia Nora Ohms, Rainer Michael Rilke, Gari Walkowitz Team Goal Incentives and Individual Lying Behavior
17-01 Benedetta Frassi, Christian Hagist, Fabio Pammolli Who is this, who enters there? - Migration in Italy and its effect on fiscal sustainability and pensions
15-01 Thomas Heister, Christian Hagist, Klaus Kaier Resistance Elasticity of Antibiotic Demand in Intensive Care
14-01 Christian Hagist, Daniel Ehing, Tobias Saal Pflegeverläufe im Spiegel von Routinedaten der GKV - Eine Analyse für die Jahre 2003 bis 2010
12-03 Jan-C. Rülke, Maria Silgoner, Julia Wörz Herding Behavior of Business Cycle Forecasters in Times of Economic Crises
12-02 Achim I. Czerny, Anming Zhang Airport Congestion Pricing When Airlines Price Discriminate
12-01 Achim I. Czerny Public Versus Private Airport Behavior When Concession Revenues Exist
11-05 Jan-C. Rülke Are central bank projections rational?
11-04 Jan-C. Rülke Do private sector forecasters desire to deviate from the German council of economic experts?
11-03 Jan-C. Rülke, Peter Tillmann Do FOMC Members herd?
11-02 Christian Pierdzioch, Jan-C. Rülke, Georg Stadtmann On the Internal Consistency of Short-Term, and Long-Term Oil Price Forecasts
11-01 Michael Frenkel, Jan-C. Rülke, Lilli Zimmermann Do Current Account Forcasters Herd? Evidence from the Euro Area and the G7 Countries
10-05 Achim I. Czerny, Peter-J. Jost, Benny Mantin Pricing in Overlapping Transport Networks
10-04 Christian Pierdzioch, Jan-C. Rülke, Georg Stadtmann New Evidence of Anti-Herding of Oil-Price Forecasters
10-03 Achim I. Czerny, Kay Mitusch, Andreas Tanner Priority Rules Versus Scarcity Premiums in Rail Markets
10-02 Felix Höffler, Sebastian Kranz Using Forward Contracts to Reduce Regulatory Captures
10-01 Achim I. Czerny, Anming Zhang Air Congestion Pricing and Passenger Types
09-05 Achim I. Czerny Airport Pricing and Concession Revenues (formerly: Airports and the Relationship between Aeronautical, Car Rental and Retail Services
09-04 Stefan Reitz, Jan-C. Rülke, Georg Stadtmann Are Oil-Price-Forecasters finally right? - Regressive expectations towards more fundamental values of the oil price
09-03 Michael Frenkel, Eliza M. Lis, Jan-C. Rülke Do Euro Area Forecasters (Still) Have Faith in Macroeconomic Building Blocks? - Expectation Formation when Economics is in risis
09-02 Ralf Fendel, Michael Frenkel, Jan-C. Rülke Expectations, Taylor Rules, and Credibility - Evidence from Four Small Open European Economies with Independent Central Banks
09-01 Felix Höffler When can it make sense to throw away payoffs
08-05 Achim I. Czerny Code-sharing, price discrimination and welfare losses
08-04 Felix Höffler, Stefan Bechtold An economic analysis of trade-secret protection in buyer-seller relationships
08-03 Ralf Fendel, Michael Frenkel, Jan-C. Rülke "Ex-Ante" taylor rules - newly discovered evidence from the G7 countries
08-02 Ralf Fendel, Michael Frenkel, Jan-C. Rülke Inflation Targeting Matters! - Novel evidence from "ex-ante" taylor rules in emerging markets
08/01 Felix Höffler On the consistent use of linear demand systems if not all varieties are available