Publications

JOINT DISCUSSION PAPERS

Blaufus, K., Schöndube, J.R. and Wielenberg, S. (2017): The Audit of Deferred Taxes as a Signal for Tax Auditors: Tax Compliance Implications for Private and Public Firms

Kröger, A., Faße, A., Weber, C. and Grote, U. (2017): The Impacts of Different Entrepreneurial Activities on Subjective Wellbeing: Empirical Evidence from Rural Tanzania

Nguyen, B., Prokopczuk, M. and Sibbertsen, P. (2017): Long Memory and Stock Returns: A Cross-Sectional Analysis

PUBLICATIONS OF MEMBERS ON THE TOPIC

F. Hollstein, M. Prokopczuk, & C. Wese Simen (2019): The Conditional CAPM Revisited: Evidence from High-Frequency Betas, Management Science, forthcoming

Hoppe-Wewetzer, H. & Wagener, A. (2019): Multiple Prizes in Research Tournaments, Economics Letters, forthcoming.

Dräger, L. and Nghiem, G. (2018): Are Consumers' Spending Decisions in Line With an Euler Equation?, IPP Discussion Paper, Johannes Gutenberg-University Mainz, 1802.

Dräger, L. and Lamla, M. J. (2018): Is the Anchoring of Consumers' Inflation Expectations Shaped by Experience?, CESifo Working Paper Series No. 7042.

Nguyen, B., Prokopczuk, M. and Sibbertsen, P. (2018): The Memory of Stock Return Volatility: Asset Pricing Implications, Journal of Financial Markets, forthcoming.

D’Acunto, F., Prokopczuk, M. & Weber, M. (2018): Historical Antisemitism, Ethnic Specialization, and Financial Development, Review of Economic Studies, forthcoming.

Sibbertsen, P., Leschinski, C. and Busch, M. (2018): A Multivariate Test Against Spurious Long Memory, Journal of Econometrics, 203, 33 – 49.

Dräger, L. and Lamla, M. J. (2017): Imperfect Information and Inflation Expectations: Evidence from Microdata, Oxford Bulletin of Economics & Statistics, 79, 933-968.

Dräger, L. and Lamla, M. J. (2017): Explaining Disagreement on Interest Rates in a Taylor-rule Setting, The Scandinavian Journal of Economics, 119, 987-1009.

Haak, M., Reineke, R., Weisskirchner-Merten, K. and Wielenberg, S. (2017): One Set or Two Sets of Books: The Impact of a Strategic Tax Auditor, Working Paper.

Prokopczuk, M. and Wese Simen, C. (2017): What makes the market jump, Working Paper.

Dräger, L.; Lamla, M. J. and Pfajfar, D. (2016): Are Survey Expectations Theory-Consistent? The Role of Central Bank Communication and News, European Economic Review, 85, 84-111.

Dräger, L. (2016): Recursive Inattentiveness with Heterogeneous Expectations, Macroeconomic Dynamics, 20, 1073-1100.

Göbel, M., Weber, C. & Vogel, R. (2015): Life-worlds of corporate venturing: A multiple case study on interorganisational knowledge transfer across socio-cultural barriers, International Journal of Knowledge Management Studies, 6(3): 201 - 222.

Lukas, C. and Schöndube, J.R. (2012): Trust and adaptive learning in implicit contracts, Review of Managerial Science, 1 - 32.

Schöndube-Pirchegger, B. and Schöndube, J.R. (2011): Reputation Concerns and Herd Behavior of Audit Committees - A Corporate Governance Problem, Journal of Accounting and Public Policy, 327 - 347.

Weber, C. und Weber, B. (2011): Exploring the antecedents of social liabilities in CVC-triads – a dynamic social network perspective, Journal of Business Venturing 26, 255 - 272.