André Nolte joined ZEW’s Research Department “Labour Markets, Human Resources and Social Policy” in September 2012. He works in the Research Area “Inclusive Labour Markets”. He is a PhD student at the University of Mannheim, his dissertation is supervised by Professor Andrea Weber and Professor Andreas Peichl. His research interests include applied microeconometrics and empirical labour market research. Current projects are labour market dynamics in low-wage employment and search strategies among unemployed individuals.

André Nolte studied economics at the University of Kassel, the European Business School (EBS) Dublin, and at Rutgers University in Newark. During his studies, he specialized in econometrics and labour market questions. In his master thesis, he analysed the effects of trade liberalization on income inequality in OECD countries.

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