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Weitere Publikationen: Harald Oberhofer(19 hits)

Peter Huber, Harald Oberhofer, Michael Pfaffermayr, Who creates jobs? Econometric modeling and evidence for Austrian firm level data

European Economic Review, 2016, pp.57-71
This paper provides evidence on the role of firm size and firm age for firm level net job creation in the Austrian economy between 1993 and 2013 and during the Great Recession. We propose a new estimation strategy based on a two-part model to decompose behavioural differences between exiting and surviving firms. Young firms contribute most to net job creation, despite high relative exit rates, due to high growth rates among young surviving firms. Small firms have similar job creation rates conditional on survival as large firms. Small firms' contribution to job creation is, however, smaller due to higher exit rates. The up-or-out dynamics characterising less regulated economies such as the USA also apply to the more regulated Austrian economy. During the Great Recession both the relative net job creation rate conditional on survival and the relative survival probability of young firms decreased. The relative contribution of small firms to net job creation, by contrast, increased due to increased relative job creation rates of small firms conditional on survival.
 

Simon Loretz, Harald Oberhofer, “When Helping the Small Hurts the Middle”: Beer Excise Duties and Market Concentration, in: Ignazio Cabras, David M. Higgins, David Preece (Eds.), Brewing, Beer and Pubs

Book chapters, contributions to collected volumes, Palgrave Macmillan, London, 2016, pp.97-119, https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1057/9781137466181_6
During the last decade the beer market has been in the focus of the media, largely because of spectacular mergers among the big players. The formation of Anheuser-Busch InBev created the world's largest brewing company with a global market share of approximately 20 percent. This consolidation process in the beer market triggered substantial interest as to how concentrated the market will eventually become and its key driving forces.
 

Andreas Reinstaller, Elisabeth Christen, Harald Oberhofer, Peter Reschenhofer, TTIP and the bliateral trade relationship between Austria and the US, in: Schwerpunkt Außenwirtschaft 2015

Book chapters, contributions to collected volumes, 2016, pp.261-276
 

Iza Lejárraga, Harald Oberhofer, Performance of Small- and Medium-Sized Enterprises in Services Trade: Evidence from French Firms

Small Business Economics, 2015, (3), pp.673-702, http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11187-015-9647-z
 
Online since: 02.12.2015 12:00

Ralph-C. Bayer, Harald Oberhofer, Hannes Winner, The occurrence of tax amnesties: Theory and evidence

Journal of Public Economics, 2015, pp.70-82, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jpubeco.2015.02.006
 
Online since: 29.04.2015 15:14

Harald Oberhofer, Tassilo Philippovich, Hannes Winner, Firm Survival in Professional Sports: Evidence From the German Football League

Journal of Sports Economics, 2015, (1), pp.59-85, http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/1527002512462582
 
Online since: 29.04.2015 15:29

Harald Oberhofer, Kommentar: Fairness lohnt sich, in: Minas Dimitriou, Gottfried Schweiger (Eds.), Fairplay und Fairness

Book chapters, contributions to collected volumes, Springer, Berlin, January 2015, pp.51-58, http://www.springer.com/de/book/9783658086749
 
Online since: 29.04.2015 15:11

Jesús Crespo Cuaresma, Harald Oberhofer, Gallina A. Vincelette, Institutional barriers and job creation in Central and Eastern Europe

IZA Journal of European Labor Studies, 2014, (3), pp.1-29, http://www.wifo.ac.at/bibliothek/archivRSN39034.pdf
 
Online since: 29.04.2015 16:03
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