Publikationen

Publications

Journal articles

Djuric, U. and M. Neugart (2019): Helicopter money: survey evidence on expectation formation and consumption behavior. Oxford Economic Papers, online appendix forthcoming.

Hefeker, C. and M. Neugart (2019): Policy coordination under model disagreement and uncertainty. Open Economies Review, forthcoming.

Kemmerling, A. and M. Neugart (2019): Redistributive pensions in the developing world in Review of Development Economics. 23, 702-726

Dawid, H., Harting, P., Neugart, M. and S. van der Hoog (2019): “Macroeconomics with heterogeneous agent models: fostering transparency, reproducibility and replication”, Journal of Evolutionary Economics, 29, 467-538

Dawid, H., Harting, P. and Neugart, M. (2018): Cohesion policy and inequality dynamics: Insights from a heterogeneous agents macroeconomic model Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 150, 220-255

Krüger, J. and M. Neugart (2018): "Weather and Intertemporal Labor Supply: Results from German Time-Use Data”, LABOUR: Review of Labour Economics and Industrial Relations, 32, 112-140

Hefeker, C. and M. Neugart (2018): Non-cooperative and Cooperative Policy Reforms under Uncertainty and Spillovers, Journal of Comparative Economics, 46(1), 94-102

Dawid, H., P. Harting, and M. Neugart (2018): Fiscal transfers and regional economic growth. Review of International Economics, 26, 651-671.

Goerke, L. and M. Neugart (2017): Social comparisions in oligopsony, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 141, 196-209.

Hefeker, C. and M. Neugart (2016): Policy deviations, uncertainty, and the European Court of Justice, European Journal of Law and Economics, 42, 547-567

Akyol, M., M. Neugart, and S. Pichler (2015): A tradable employment quota. Labour Economics, 36, 48-63

Hefeker, C. and M. Neugart (2015): Fiscal transfers in a monetary union with exit option, Review of International Economics, 23, 489-508

Goerke, L. and M. Neugart (2015): Lobbying and dismissal dispute resolution systems, International Review of Law and Economics, 41, 50-62

Dawid, H., P. Harting, and M. Neugart (2014): Economic convergence: Policy implications from a heterogeneous agent model, Journal of Economic Dynamics & Control, 44, 54-80, Online-Appendix

Hefeker, C. and M. Neugart (2014): The Influence of Central Bank Transparency on Labor Market Regulation, The Manchester School, 82, 17-32

Helm, C. and M. Neugart (2013): Coalition Governments and Policy Reform with Asymmetric Information, Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics (JITE), 169, 383-406

Neugart, M. and M. G. Richiardi (2013): Sequential Teamwork in Competitive Environments: Theory and Evidence from Swimming Data, European Economic Review, 63, 186-205

Holcombe, M., S. Coakley, M. Kiran, S. Chin, C. Greenough, D. Worth, S. Cincotti, M. Raberto, A. Teglio, C. Deissenberg, S. van der Hoog, H. Dawid, S. Gemkow, P. Harting and M. Neugart (2013): Large-Scale Modeling of Economic Systems, Complex Systems, 22, 175-191

Akyol, M., M. Neugart and S. Pichler (2013): Were the Hartz Reforms Responsible for the Improved Performance of the German Labour Market? Economic Affairs, 33, 34-47

Neugart, M. and H. Ohlsson (2013): Economic incentives and the timing of births: evidence from the German parental benefit reform of 2007, Journal of Population Economics, 26, 87-108

Dawid, H., S. Gemkow, P. Harting and M. Neugart (2012): Labor market integration policies and the convergence of regions: the role of skills and technology diffusion, Journal of Evolutionary Economics, 22, 543–562. (also published in: G. Buenstorf, U. Cantner, H. Hanusch, M. Hutter, H.-W. Lorenz and F. Rahmeyer (eds.), The Two Sides of Innovation, Creation and Destruction in the Evolution of Capitalist Economies, Springer, 2013, pp. 167-186

Neugart. M. (2012): Female Employment and Divorce: Taking Into Account a Social Multiplier, Mathematical Population Studies: An International Journal of Mathematical Demography, 19, 63-72

Berger, H. and M. Neugart (2012): How German labour courts decide: an econometric case study, German Economic Review, 13, 56-70

Berger, H. and M. Neugart (2011): Labour courts, nomination bias and unemployment in Germany, European Journal of Political Economy, 27, 659-673 (Appendix)

Gemkow, S. and M. Neugart (2011): Referral hiring, endogenous social networks, and inequality: an agent-based analysis, Journal of Evolutionary Economics, 21, 703-719

Dawid, H. and M. Neugart (2011): Agent-based models for economic policy design, Eastern Economic Journal, 37, 44-50

Hefeker, C. and M. Neugart (2010): Labor market regulation and the legal system, International Review of Law and Economics, 30, 218-225

Dawid, H., S. Gemkow, P. Harting and M. Neugart (2009): On the effects of skill upgrading in the presence of spatial labor market frictions: an agent-based analysis of spatial policy design, Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation – JASSS 12, 4

Kemmerling, A. and M. Neugart (2009): Financial market lobbies and pension reform, European Journal of Political Economy, 25, 163-173

Neugart. M. (2009): Pensions with early retirement and without commitment, Applied Economics Letters 16, 257-260

Martin, C. and M. Neugart (2009): Shocks and endogenous institutions: an agent-based model of labor market performance in turbulent times, Computational Economics 33, 31-46

Neugart. M. (2008): The choice of insurance in the labor market, Public Choice 134, 445-462

Neugart. M. (2008): Labor market policy evaluation with ACE, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 67, 418-430

Dawid. H., S. Gemkow, P. Harting, K. Kabus, M. Neugart and K. Wersching (2008): Skills, innovation, and growth: an agent-based policy analysis, Jahrbücher für Nationalökonomie und Statistik/Journal of Economics and Statistics 228, 251-275

Neugart, M. and D. Storrie (2006): The emergence of temporary work agencies, Oxford Economic Papers 58, 137-156

Neugart, M. (2005): Unemployment insurance: the role of electoral systems and regional labor market, European Journal of Political Economy 21, 815-829

Neugart. M. (2005): Why German labour market reform has begun, Economic Affairs 25, 11-16

Neugart. M. (2004): Endogenous matching functions: an agent-based computational approach, Advances in Complex Systems 7, 187-202. (also published in: R. Leombruni and M. Richiardi (eds.), Industry and labor dynamics, the agent-based computational economics approach, Proceedings of the wild@ace\-2003 workshop, World Scientific, New Jersey, pp. 90-106)

Neugart. M. (2004): Complicated dynamics in a flow model of the labor market, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 53, 193-213

Neugart. M. and J. Tuinstra (2003): Endogenous fluctuations in the demand for education, Journal of Evolutionary Economics 13, 29-51

Hassler, U. and M. Neugart (2003): Inflation-unemployment trade-off and regional labor market data, Empirical Economics 28, 321-334

Neugart. M. and B. Rother (2002): A remedy for fiscal externalities in a monetary union, Jahrbuch für Handlungs- und Entscheidungstheorie 2, 91-111

Neugart. M. (1999): Is there chaos on the German labour market? Jahrbücher für Nationalökonomie und Statistik/Journal of Economics and Statistics 218, 658-673

Books

Neugart. M. and K. Schömann (eds.) (2002): Forecasting Labour Markets in OECD Countries – Measuring and Tackling Mismatches, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, U.K. (reviewed by Frank Oskamp in der Review of World Economics 139, 3, 2003)

Gabriel, J. and M. Neugart (eds.) (2001): Ökonomie als Grundlage politischer Entscheidungen. Essays on Growth, Labor Markets, and European Integration in Honor of Michael Bolle, Leske+Budrich, Opladen.

Neugart. M. (2000): Nonlinear labor market dynamics. Springer-Verlag, Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathematical Systems, Vol. 486.

Articles in edited volumes, and others

Neugart, M. and M. Richiardi (2018): Agent-based models of the labor market, in: The Oxford Handbook of Computational Economics and Finance, edited by Shu-Heng Chen, Mak Kaboudan, and Ye-Rong Du, Oxford University Press, Chapter 22, 667-687.

Dawid, H., S. Gemkow, P. Harting, S. van der Hoog and M. Neugart (2018): Agent-based macroeconomic modeling and policy analyses: The Eurace@Unibi Model, in: The Oxford Handbook of Computational Economics and Finance, edited by Shu-Heng Chen, Mak Kaboudan, and Ye-Rong Du, Oxford University Press, Chapter 17, 490-519.

Dawid, H., P. Harting, S. van der Hoog and M. Neugart (2016): Public Policy from the Bottom Up Using Agent-Based Modeling: The Eurace@Unibi Model, in: J. Arpe (Hrsg.), To the Man with a Hammer … Bertelsmann Stiftung, Gütersloh, 92-95

Neugart. M. (2004): Arbeitsmarktpolitik bei endogenen Matching-Funktionen, in: G. Schmid, M. Gangl und P. Kupka (Hrsg.), Arbeitsmarktpolitik und Strukturwandel: empirische Analysen, Beiträge zur Arbeitsmarkt- und Berufsforschung Nr. 286, 97-106

Neugart. M. (2003): Interest groups, enlargement of the EMU, and labor market reform, in: R. Franzese, P. Mooslechner and M. Schürz (eds.), Institutional Conflicts and Complementarities. Monetary Policy and Wage Bargaining Institutions in EMU, Kluwer Academic Publishers, 147-164.

Neugart. M. and K. Schömann (2002): Why forecast and for whom? Some introductory remarks, in: M. Neugart und K. Schömann (eds.) Forecasting Labour Markets in OECD Countries – Measuring and Tackling Mismatches, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, U.K., 1-25.

Neugart. M. (2002): Langfristige Dynamiken auf dem IT-Arbeitsmarkt: Einschreibungen von Ingenieuren an deutschen Universitäten und Fachhochschulen, in: Hans-Jörg Bullinger (Eds..), Qualifizierungsoffensive, Bedarf frühzeitig erkennen – zukunftsorientiert handeln. Bielefeld, Bertelsmann, 168-173.

Neugart, M. (2000): Arbeitslosigkeit in Europa: Persistenz und Flexibilität, in: Aus Politik und Zeitgeschichte, Bd. 14-15

Book reviews

Skedinger, P.: Employment Protection Legislation, 183 pp. Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltham 2010, Journal of Economics 192, 2, 185-187, 2011

Gabriel Fagan, Francesco Paolo Mongelli and Julian Morgan. (eds.): Institutions and Wage Formation in the New Europe, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK and Northhampton, MA, USA, 2003, xi + 256 pp., British Journal of Industrial Relations 43, 334-335, 2005