Sebastian Seitz is a researcher at ZEW’s Research Department “Inequality and Public Policy” and a PhD student at the University of Mannheim. His PhD thesis is on social insurance and inequality, supervised by Professor Eckhard Janeba and Professor Sebastian Siegloch. Prior to that, he studied at the University of Mannheim with stays abroad at the University of North Carolina in Asheville and Yale University in the USA, and Akita University in Japan.
His research interests include public economics, social insurance and labour economics.
Articles in Refereed Journals
Gulyas, A., Sebastian Seitz and S. Sinha (forthcoming), Does Pay Transparency Affect the Gender Wage Gap? Evidence from Austria, American Economic Journal: Public Policy Vol. 80.
Bartscher, Alina Kristin, Sebastian Seitz, Sebastian Siegloch, Michaela Slotwinski and Nils Wehrhöfer (2021), Social Capital and the Spread of COVID-19: Insights from European Countries, Journal of Health Economics 80, 102531.
Discussion and Working Papers
Gulyas, Andreas, Sebastian Seitz and Sourav Sinha (2021), Does Pay Transparency Affect the Gender Wage Gap? Evidence From Austria, ZEW Discussion Paper No. 21-076, Mannheim. Download
Siflinger, Bettina, Michaela Paffenholz, Sebastian Seitz, Moritz Mendel and Hans-Martin von Gaudecker (2021), The CoViD-19 Pandemic and Mental Health: Disentangling Crucial Channels, ZEW Discussion Paper No. 21-044, Mannheim. Download
- Project Duration 01.06.2020 - 31.05.2021Willingness to Pay for Human Capital Insurance: Evidence from Germany
Social capital and the spread of COVID-19: Insights from European countries-19: Einblicke aus europäischen Ländern,
Research Seminar in Public Economics,
"Does Pay Transparency affect the Gender Wage Gap? Evidence from Austria",
Internal Seminar University Stockholm,
Online, Königreich Schweden
"Does Pay Transparency Affect the Gender Wage Gap? Evidence from Austria",
Doctoral Workshop ,
- 2020: Social capital and the spread of COVID-19: Insights from European countries-19: Einblicke aus europäischen Ländern,