ARTICLES IN REFEREED JOURNALS
Parental leave, (in)formal childcare, and long-term child outcomes (with Natalia Danzer, Martin Halla, and Nicole Schneeweis), Journal of Human Resources, forthcoming.
Birth order, parental health investment, and health in childhood (with Gerald Pruckner, Nicole Schneeweis and Thomas Schober), Journal of Health Economics, 2021, Vol. 76.
Early tracking and the misfortune of being young (with Nicole Schneeweis), Scandinavian Journal of Economics, 2014, Vol. 116 (2), pp 394-428.
Job Quality and Employment of Older People in Europe, (with Nicole Schneeweis, Mario Schnalzenberger and Rudolf Winter-Ebmer), Labour, 2014, Vol. 28 (2), pp 141-163.
The effect of health on earnings: Quasi-experimental evidence from commuting accidents (with Martin Halla), Labour Economics, 2013, Vol. 24, pp 23-38.
The effects of school entry laws on educational attainment and starting wages in an early tracking system, Annals of Economics and Statistics (Annales d'Économie et de Statistique), 2013, Vol. 111-112 (July-December), pp 141-169.
The employment of temporary agency workers in the UK: For or against the trade unions? (with René Böheim), Economica, 2013, Vol. 80 (370), pp 65-95.
Girls, girls, girls: Gender composition and female school choice (with Nicole Schneeweis), Economics of Education Review, 2012, Vol. 31 (4), pp 482-500.
Market Orientation and Gender Wage Gaps: An International Study (with Doris Weichselbaumer and Rudolf Winter-Ebmer), Kyklos, 2008, Vol. 61 (4), pp 615-635.
Parental leave, (in)formal childcare and long-term child outcomes (with Nathalia Danzer, Martin Halla and Nicole Schneeweis), 2017, Working paper Nr. 1706, Department of Economics, JKU Linz, Austria.
The effect of statutory sick pay regulations on worker's health (with Martin Halla and Susanne Pech), 2015, Working paper Nr. 1502, Department of Economics, JKU Linz, Austria.
Parental Response to Early Human Capital Shocks: Evidence from the Chernobyl Accident, (with Martin Halla), 2014, Working Paper Nr. 1402, Department of Economics, JKU Linz, Austria.