Eduard Brüll joined ZEW’s Research Department “Labour Markets and Human Resources” in May 2019. His research interests lie in the fields of empirical labour economics and applied microeconometrics, with a special focus on wage determination, wage inequality, and labour market policy evaluation.
Eduard Brüll studied business administration at RWTH Aachen University and economics at Heidelberg University. In March 2019, he completed his PhD in economics at Heidelberg University. In his dissertation, he worked on a broad range of labour market topics, including fixed-term contracts, wage structure analyses, and new methods for measuring labour supply elasticities.
Discussion and Working Papers
Brüll, Eduard (2019), Restrictions of Fixed Term Employment Contracts: Evidence from a German Reform, No. 19-034, Mannheim.
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