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Jahrbücher f. Nationalökonomie u. Statistik (Lucius & Lucius, Stuttgart 2006) Bd. (Vol.) 226/2 Sectoral Heterogeneity in the Employment Effects of Job Creation Schemes in Germany By Marco Caliendo, Berlin, Reinhard Hujer, Frankfurt/M., and Stephan L. Thomsen, Frankfurt/M.* JEL H43, J68, C13 Evaluation, job creation schemes, employment effects, sectoral heterogeneity. Summary Job creation schemes (JCS) have been one important programme of active labour market policy (ALMP) in Germany for a long time. They aim at the re-integration of hard-to-place unem

on government investment effect, while the change of technology has the positive impact on government investment effect. In addition, these impacts have strong sectoral heterogeneity. The effect of government investment in the production and supply of electricity, gas and water has a positive effect and a large positive spillover effect. The effect of government investment in transportation, storage and post, water conservancy, environment and public facilities management, agriculture, forestry, animal husbandry and fishery products and services have declined, but

costs of nominal rigidities in a currency union (calibrated to the EMU) that is characterized by a rich array of regional asymmetries. I employ a two-country DSGE model that features optimizing agents, monopolistic price setting, sectoral heterogeneity, and government debt dynamics and find that these costs are virtually identical for all members of the union. The driving factor behind this result is economic integration in the Eurozone (in the form of trade openness and highly correlated technological processes), which almost compensates for idiosyncratic regional

Frontiers of Macroeconomics Volume 2, Issue 1 2006 Article 1 Heterogeneity in Price Stickiness and the Real Effects of Monetary Shocks Carlos Carvalho∗ ∗Princeton University, carlos.carvalho@ny.frb.org Heterogeneity in Price Stickiness and the Real Effects of Monetary Shocks∗ Carlos Carvalho Abstract There is ample evidence that the frequency of price adjustments differs substantially across sectors. This paper introduces sectoral heterogeneity in price stickiness into an otherwise standard sticky price model to study how it affects the dynamics of monetary

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In this study, we aim to support the evidence-based policy in agricultural biogas production at regional level in Poland. To do so, we set up a decentralized decision framework, simultaneously taking into account the agricultural sector heterogeneity, the biogas technology state-of-the-art and the Polish institutional setting related to renewable energy production. A partial equilibrium model simulates the agricultural and the biogas sector interactions, estimating market clearing prices and quantities at the intersection of supply and demand. The optimal number, size and location of biogas plants are derived at the equilibrium. Considering the case study of Lubelskie region, we tested alternative incentive schemes for agricultural biogas development. Results indicate that limiting the use of energy crops in favour of other substrates, such as livestock, manure and agro-industrial waste, is decisive to preserve biogas profitability under all policy scenarios tested. However, it seems that only with the implementation of the current policy scheme there is a concrete perspective for the biogas industry take-off.

Jahrbücher f. Nationalökonomie u. Statistik (Lucius & Lucius, Stuttgart 2006) Bd. (Vol.) 226/2 Inhalt / Contents Abhandlungen/Original Papers Belke, Ansgar, Lars Wang, The Degree of Openness to Intra-Regional Trade - Towards Value-Added Based Openness Measures 115-138 Caliendo, Marco, Reinhard Hujer, Stephan L. Thomsen, Sectoral Heterogeneity in the Employment Effects of Job Creation Schemes in Germany 139-179 Jungmittag, Andre, Hariolf Grupp, Wechselwirkungen zwischen Innovations- und Wachstumsprozessen in Deutschland 1951-1999 im Vergleich zu 1850

Betriebsräten und ihr Einfluss auf die betriebliche Weiterbildung Works Council Presence and Impact on Training of the Workforce 487-504 Caliendo, Marco, Reinhard Hujer, Stephan L. Thomsen, Sectoral Heterogeneity in the Employment Effects of Job Creation Schemes in Germany 139-179 Debus, Martin, Jochen Michaelis, Ausbildung, Erwerbsphase, Renteneintritt - demografischer Wandel und optimale Zeitallokation im Lebenszyklus Education, Working Period, Retirement - Demographic Change and Optimal Time Allocation Within the Life-cycle 611-628 Dilger, Alexander, Kooperation

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