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Does short-time work save jobs? A business cycle analysis
A Balleer, B Gehrke, W Lechthaler, C Merkl
European Economic Review 84, 99–122, 2016
2222016
The caring hand that cripples: The East German labor market after reunification
D Snower, C Merkl
American Economic Review 96 (2), 375-382, 2006
1612006
Monetary policy rules for Russia
A Esanov, C Merkl, L Vinhas de Souza
Journal of Comparative Economics 33 (3), 484-499, 2005
1522005
Comparing the effectiveness of employment subsidies
AJG Brown, C Merkl, DJ Snower
Labour Economics 18 (2), 168–179, 2011
1142011
Fiscal Stimulus and Labor Market Policies in Europe
E Faia, W Lechthaler, C Merkl
Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control 37 (3), 483–499, 2013
102*2013
Hartz IV and the decline of German unemployment: A macroeconomic evaluation
B Hochmuth, B Kohlbrecher, C Merkl, H Gartner
Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control 127, 104114, 2021
862021
Monetary persistence and the labor market: a new perspective
W Lechthaler, C Merkl, DJ Snower
Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control 34 (5), 968-983, 2010
802010
Sclerosis and Large Volatilities: Two Sides of the Same Coin
H Gartner, C Merkl, T Rothe
Economics Letters 117 (1), 106-109, 2012
73*2012
Banks’ regulatory buffers, liquidity networks and monetary policy transmission
C Merkl, S Stolz
Applied Economics 41 (16), 2013-2024, 2009
692009
An incentive theory of matching
A Brown, C Merkl, D Snower
Macroeconomic Dynamics 19 (3), 643-668, 2015
662015
Real wage rigidities and the cost of disinflations
G Ascari, C Merkl
Journal of Money, Credit and Banking 41 (2‐3), 417-435, 2009
592009
Globalization and the Welfare State: A Review of Hans-Werner Sinn's Can Germany Be Saved?
DJ Snower, AJG Brown, C Merkl
Journal of Economic Literature 47 (1), 136-158, 2009
582009
Revisiting the matching function
B Kohlbrecher, C Merkl, D Nordmeier
Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control 69, 350-374, 2016
55*2016
Extensive versus intensive margin in Germany and the United States: any differences?
C Merkl, D Wesselbaum
Applied Economics Letters 18 (9), 805-808, 2011
532011
The German labor market during the Great Recession: Shocks and institutions
B Gehrke, W Lechthaler, C Merkl
Economic Modelling 78, 192-208, 2019
51*2019
Labor Selection, Turnover Costs and Optimal Monetary Policy
E Faia, W Lechthaler, C Merkl
Journal of Money, Credit, and Banking 46 (1), 115-144, 2014
48*2014
The minimum wage from a two-sided perspective
AJG Brown, C Merkl, DJ Snower
Economics Letters 124 (3), 389-391, 2014
472014
Worker churn in the cross section and over time: New evidence from Germany
R Bachmann, C Bayer, C Merkl, S Seth, H Stüber, F Wellschmied
Journal of Monetary Economics 117, 781-797, 2021
38*2021
Recruiting intensity and hiring practices: Cross-sectional and time-series evidence
B Lochner, C Merkl, H Stüber, N Gürtzgen
Labour Economics 68, 101939, 2021
33*2021
Rescuing the labour market in times of COVID-19: Don’t forget new hires
C Merkl, E Weber
VoxEU. org 4, 2020
312020
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