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Prof. Dr. Christian Göbel

Christian Göbel studied economics at the University of Mannheim and the Université Catholique de Louvain. From 2001 to 2006 he was a research and teaching assistant at the Université Catholique de Louvain. From 2006 to 2011 he was a researcher at ZEW in the Research Department "Labour Markets, Human Resources and Social Policy". In June 2007 he defended his thesis "Evaluating the effect of participation in subsidised employment" at the Université Catholique de Louvain. Since November 2011 he is professor for economic at the University of Applied Labour Studies in Mannheim and Research Associate at ZEW.
His main research interests are labour economics, policy evaluation and applied econometrics.

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Selected Publications

Publications in refereed Journals

Fries, Jan, Christian Göbel and Michael F. Maier (forthcoming), Do Employment Subsidies Reduce Early Apprenticeship Dropout?, Journal of Vocational Education & Training.

Boockmann, Bernhard, Stephan Lothar Thomsen, Thomas Walter, Christian Göbel and Martin Huber (forthcoming), Should Welfare Administration be Centralized or Decentralized? Evidence from a Policy Experiment, German Economic Review.

Göbel, Christian and Thomas Zwick (forthcoming), Which Personnel Measures are Effective in Increasing Productivity of Old Workers?, Labour Economics.

Cockx, Bart, Christian Göbel and Stephane Robin (forthcoming), Can Income Support for Part-Time Workers Serve as a Stepping Stone to Regular Jobs? An Application to Young Long-Term Unemployed Women, Empirical Economics.

Göbel, Christian and Thomas Zwick (2012), Age and Productivity – Sector Differences, De Economist 160 (1), 35-57.

Frosch, Katharina, Christian Göbel and Thomas Zwick (2011), Separating Wheat and Chaff: Age-specific Staffing Strategies and Innovative Performance at the Firm Level, Journal for Labour Market Research (ZAF) 44 (4), 321-338..

Cockx, Bart, Christian Göbel and Stephane Robin (2010), L'effet sur l'emploi du complément de revenu au travail à temps partiel en Belgique, Revue Économique 61 (2) , 299-312.

Monographs, Articles in Anthologies

Zwick, Thomas, Christian Göbel and Jan Fries (2013), Age-Differentiated Work Systems Enhance Productivity and Retention of Old Employees, in: Christopher Marc Schlick, Ekkehart Frieling, Jürgen Wegge, Age-Differentiated Work Systems, Heidelberg, 25-44.

Göbel, Christian (2007), Evaluating the effect of participation in subsidised employment, Electronic Dissertations Louvain-la-Neuve. Download

Discussion Papers and Working Papers

Fries, Jan, Christian Göbel and Michael F. Maier (2013), Do Employment Subsidies Reduce Early Apprenticeship Dropout?, ZEW Discussion Paper No. 13-053, Mannheim. Download

Boockmann, Bernhard, Jan Fries and Christian Göbel (2012), Specific Measures for Older Employees and Late Career Employment, IAW Discussion Papers No. 89, Tübingen. Download

Boockmann, Bernhard, Jan Fries and Christian Göbel (2012), Specific Measures for Older Employees and Late Career Employment, ZEW Discussion Paper No. 12-059, Mannheim. Download

Göbel, Christian and Thomas Zwick (2011), Age and Productivity – Sector Differences?, ZEW Discussion Paper No. 11-058, Mannheim., erschienen in: De Economist Download

Frosch, Katharina, Christian Göbel and Thomas Zwick (2011), Separating Wheat and Chaff: Age-specific Staffing Strategies and Innovative Performance at the Firm Level, ZEW Discussion Paper No. 11-047, Mannheim. Download

Boockmann, Bernhard, Stephan Lothar Thomsen, Thomas Walter, Christian Göbel and Martin Huber (2010), Should Welfare Administration be Centralized or Decentralized? Evidence from a Policy Experiment, ZEW Discussion Paper No. 10-106, Mannheim. Download

Göbel, Christian and Thomas Zwick (2010), Which Personnel Measures are Effective in Increasing Productivity of Old Workers?, ZEW Discussion Paper No. 10-069, Mannheim., erschienen in: Labour Economics Download

Göbel, Christian and Thomas Zwick (2009), Age and Productivity - Evidence from Linked Employer Employee Data, ZEW Discussion Paper No. 09-020, Mannheim. Download

Göbel, Christian and Elsy Verhostadt (2008), Is Temporary Employment a Stepping Stone for Unemployed School Leavers?, ZEW Discussion Paper No. 08-093, Mannheim. Download

Expertises

Bradler, Christiane, Jan Fries, Christian Göbel and Michael F. Maier (2010), Begleitforschung - Auswirkungen des Ausbildungsbonus auf den Ausbildungsmarkt und die öffentlichen Haushalte, Zwischenbericht, Bundesministerium für Arbeit und Soziales, Berlin. Download

Göbel, Christian and Michael F. Maier (2010), Auswirkungen des Ausbildungsbonus auf den Ausbildungsmarkt und die öffentlichen Haushalte für den Ausbildungsbonus bei Insolvenz, Bundesministerium für Arbeit und Soziales, Berlin.

Boockmann, Bernhard, Markus Clauss, Christian Göbel, Martina Hartig, Stephan Lothar Thomsen, Thomas Walter and andere (2008), Abschlussbericht - Evaluation der Experimentierklausel nach § 6c SGB II - Untersuchungsfeld 3: "Wirkungs- und Effizienzanalyse", Vergleichende Evaluation des arbeitsmarktpolitischen Erfolgs der Modelle der Aufgabenwahrnehmung "Zugelassene kommunaler Träger" und "Arbeitsgemeinschaft" , BMAS, Berlin. Download

Boockmann, Bernhard, Christian Göbel, Stephan Lothar Thomsen and Thomas Walter (2007), Evaluation der Experimentierklausel nach §6c SGB II - Vergleichende Evaluation der Modelle der Aufgabenwahrnehmung, Erster Bericht, BMAS, Berlin. Download

Organisation of academic conferences and workshops

Workshop, ZEW Workshop on Evaluation of Policies fighting Social Exclusion,
ZEW Mannheim, Germany, 2010

Lectures

2011: Which Personnel Measures are Effective in Increasing Productivity of Old Workers?,
Ageing, Health and Productivity,
St. Gallen, Switzerland

2011: Auswirkungen altersdifferenzierter Arbeitssysteme und Mitarbeiterbindung: Welche Maßnahmen funktionieren und weshalb werden sie ergriffen?,
DFG - Jahrestreffen SPP 1184,
Herrsching am Ammersee, Germany

2011: Which Personnel Measures are Effective in Increasing Productivity of Older Workers?,
Jahrestagung des Verein für Socialpolitik,
Frankfurt am Main, Germany

2010: Which Personnel Measures are Effective in Increasing Productivity of Old Workers?,
Workshop on Ageing workforces,
Université Catholique de Louvain, Belgium

2010: Which Personnel Measures are Effective in Increasing Productivity of Older Workers?,
Annual Conference of the European Society for Population Economics,
Essen, Germany

2009: Age and Productivity - Evidence from Linked Employer Employee Data,
EALE Annual Conference 2009,
Tallinn, Estonia

2009: Age and Productivity - Evidence from Linked Employer Employee Data,
European Society for Population Economics, Annual Conference 2009,
Sevilla, Spain

2009: Age and Productivity - Evidence from Linked Employer Employee Data,
4th European Workshop on ‘Labour Markets and Demographic Change’,
Vienna Institute of Demography, Austria

2009: Is Temporary Employment a Stepping Stone for Unemployed School Leavers?,
SOLE, annual meeting,
Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America (USA)

Events

Scientific Events

21.01 - 23.01.2010
ZEW Workshop on Evaluation of Policies fighting Social Exclusion

Projects

Finished Projects

Accompanying Research to Evaluate the Impact of Subsidies for Vocational Training on the Market for Vocational Training and on the Public Finances

Evaluation of the Experimentation Clause in § 6c SGB II (Social Security Code), Research Area 3: Impact and Efficiency Analyses

Implications of age-specific production systems and employee retention: which measures work and why are they applied?

Pilot study for the evaluation of youth programmes within Social Code II and Social Code III

The effect of age-sensitive production systems on employment and productivity: Economic Analysis on the basis of micro data


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