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JProf. Michael Böhm, Ph.D.

 

 

 

 


Contact Information

Institute for Applied Microeconomics
Adenauerallee 24–42
53113 Bonn
Visitor address:
Lennéstraße 43
53113 Bonn
Tel: +49 228 73-9249 or -9238 (secretariat)
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Website: Personal Website

 

Office hours by arrangement via email.

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Affiliations


Institute for Labor Economics (IZA)

Swedish House of Finance

 

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Main Research Interests


  • Labor Economics
  • Applied Econometrics
 

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Curriculum Vitae


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Working Papers

“ “Since You’re So Rich, You Must Be Really Smart”: Talent, Rent Sharing, and the Finance Wage Premium” (with Daniel Metzger and Per Strömberg), April 2021, revise and resubmit at Review of Economic Studies.
 
“Occupation Growth, Skill Prices, and Wage Inequality” (with Hans-Martin Gaudecker and Felix Schran), December 2020, revise and resubmit at Journal of Labor Economics. 
 
“Firm Heterogeneity in Skill Returns” (with Khalil Esmkhani and Giovanni Gallipoli), November 2020, CEPR Discussion Paper 2020, No. 15480.
 

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Publications

“Make Yourselves Scarce: The Effect of Demographic Changes on the Relative Wages and Employment Rates of Experienced Workers” (with Christian Siegel), International Economic Review, June 2021. 
 
“Demographic Change and Regional Labour Markets” (with Terry Gregory, Pamela Qendrai, and Christian Siegel), Oxford Review of Economic Policy, Spring 2021, Vol. 37, No. 1, p113-131. 
 
The Price of Polarization: Estimating Risk Prices under Routine-Biased Technical Change”, Quantitative Economics, May 2020, Vol. 11, p751-799.
 
“Top Earnings Inequality and the Gender Pay Gap: Canada, Sweden and the United Kingdom” (with Nicole Fortin and Brian Bell), Labour Economics, August 2017, Vol. 47, p.107-123.
 
“The Allocation of Talent over the Business Cycle and its Long-Term Effect on Sectoral Productivity” (with Martin Watzinger), Economica, October 2015, Vol. 82(328), p.892-911.
 

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