Welcome to the Professorship of Empirical Economic Research. We research and teach in the fields of applied econometrics, labour market and personnel economics, innovation economics and economic policy.
WorkFORCE podcast - Why are they paid so much?
In this new podcast, Prof. Michael Böhm discusses the roles of skill versus luck for individuals' earnings and success
Do changes in the Capital Gains Tax lead to illicit capital flows? Evidence from Ireland
The first publication of our PhD student Fabian Möller.
Mainichi Shimbun on Credit Suisse's demise and bankers' skills
Prof. Michael Böhm discusses talent in banking, and how market structure leads to overpay and hinders innovation in the sector.
New job profiles: The first of their kind
In the article on "New job profiles" at Tagesschau.de, Prof. Michael Böhm is interviewed about his research on the future of work.
Publication on the digitalisation of enterprises
Team around Prof. Michael Böhm explores the role of the Covid 19 pandemic for investments in digitalisation technologies
Publication in the Review of Economic Studies
Companies share rising profits with their employees, which has led to above-average wage increases in the financial sector in recent years.
Welcome, Prof. Dr Böhm!
Prof. Michael Böhm, Ph.D. has held the professorship for "Empirical Economic Research" (formerly "Economic Policy") since 1 September 2022.