Daniel Arnold is a post-doctoral researcher in the Research Area “Labour markets in organizations” at ZEW’s Research Department “Labour Markets, Human Resources and Social Policy”. His research interests are mainly in personnel economics, health economics, and social security. At the moment, he is investigating how flexible work schemes affect work quality. Furthermore, he works on the determinants of sickness absence and presenteeism, the act of attending work while sick.

He studied economics and political science at the Universities of Göttingen and Poitiers, France. After his graduation, he worked as a research assistant at the University of Tübingen and the Institute for Labour Law and Industrial Relations in the EU (IAAEU) in Trier. In April 2015, he gained his doctoral degree from the University of Trier with a doctoral thesis entitled "On the Economics of Sickness Absence and Presenteeism".

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