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16/2018: Are estimates of the "natural experiment" in the German crafts sector causal? Downloads
Kaja Fredriksen and Petrik Runst
15/2018: Asymmetrische Information auf dem Handwerksmarkt – eine qualitative Analyse Downloads
Kathrin Li Rupieper and Till Proeger
14/2018: Does occupational deregulation affect in-company vocational training? – Evidence from the 2004 Reform of the German Trade and Crafts Code Downloads
Petrik Runst and Jörg Thomä
13/2018: Ökonomische Effekte der Deregulierung der Handwerksordnung im Jahr 2004 Downloads
Petrik Runst, Kaja Fredriksen, Till Proeger, Kilian Bizer, Katarzyna Haverkamp, Klaus Müller and Jörg Thomä
8 (2017): Networks and Firm Performance: A Case Study of Vietnamese Small and Medium Enterprises Downloads
Hung D. Pham, Petrik Runst and Kilian Bizer
11 (2018): Does occupational licensing impact incomes? - The German crafts case Downloads
Kaja Fredriksen
9 (2017): Betriebliche Ausbildungsbeteiligung ‐ eine veränderte Anreizkonstellation durch die Handwerksnovelle 2004? Downloads
Jörg Thomä
6 (2016): The Effect of Occupational Licensing Deregulation on Migrants in the German Skilled Crafts Sector Downloads
Petrik Runst
3 (2017): Masterful Meisters? Voluntary Certification and Quality in the German Crafts Sector Downloads
Kaja Fredriksen, Petrik Runst and Kilian Bizer
5 (2016): Economic Effects of Deregulation - Using the Example of the Revised Trade and Crafts Code 2004 Downloads
Klaus Müller
7 (2017): DUI mode learning and barriers to innovation - the case of Germany Downloads
Jörg Thomä
2 (2017): A replication of ‘Entry regulation and entrepreneurship: a natural experiment in German craftsmanship’ Downloads
Petrik Runst, Jörg Thomä, Katarzyna Haverkamp and Klaus Müller
4 (2016): A comment on the adoption of energy-efficiency-measures within firms - Energy costs and firm heterogeneity Downloads
Petrik Runst
1 (2015): Energy efficiency consultants as change agents? Examining the reasons for EECs’ limited success Downloads
Daniel Feser and Petrik Runst
12/2018: Energy Efficiency of Residential Buildings in the European Union – An Exploratory Analysis of Cross-Country Consumption Patterns Downloads
Anita Thonipara, Petrik Runst, Christian Ochsner and Kilian Bizer
10 (2017): Energieeffizienz im europäischen Wohngebäudesektor Downloads
Petrik Runst, Anita Thonipara, Christian Ochsner and Ralph Henger
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