Research of Rainer Winkelmann

Publications

Johannes Kunz, Rainer Winkelmann An econometric model of health care demand with non-linear pricing, Health Economics, June 2017, Vol. 26(6).

Gregory Baetschmann, Rainer Winkelmann A dynamic hurdle model for zero-inflated count data, Communications in Statistics - Theory and Methods, 46, 7174-7187, 2017.

Raphael Studer, Rainer Winkelmann, Econometric analysis of ratings - with an application to health and wellbeing, Swiss Journal of Economics and Statistics, 153, 1-13, 2017.

Rainer Winkelmann, Counting on count data models : Quantitative policy evaluation can benefit from a rich set of econometric methods for analyzing count data (PDF, 965 KB), IZA world of labor, Vol. 148, 2015.

Gregori Baetschmann, Kevin E Staub, Rainer Winkelmann, Consistent estimation of the fixed effects ordered logit model, (PDF, 767 KB)Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A, Vol. 178 (3), 2015.

Rainer Winkelmann, Unemployment and happiness (PDF, 948 KB), IZA world of labor, Vol. 94, 2014.

Raphael Studer, Rainer Winkelmann, Reported happiness, fast and slow (PDF, 382 KB), Social Indicators Research, Vol. 117 (3), 2014.

Gregori Baetschmann, Rainer Winkelmann, Modelling zero-inflated count data when exposure varies: with an application to tumor counts (PDF, 80 KB), Biometrical journal. Vol. 55 (5), 2013.

Kevin E Staub, Rainer Winkelmann, Consistent estimation of zero-inflated count models (PDF, 343 KB), Health Economics, Vol. 22 (6), 2013.

Rainer Winkelmann, Copula bivariate probit models: with an application to medical expenditures (PDF, 350 KB), Health Economics, Vol. 21 (12), 2012.

Rainer Winkelmann, Conspicuous consumption and satisfaction (PDF, 262 KB), Journal of Economic Psychology, Vol. 33 (1), 2012.

Johannes Schwarze, Rainer Winkelmann, Happiness and altruism within the extended family (PDF, 311 KB), Journal of Population Economics, Vol. 24 (3), 2011.

Peter Egger, Mario Larch, Kevin E Staub, Rainer Winkelmann, The trade effects of endogenous preferential trade agreements (PDF, 1387 KB), American Economic Journal: Economic Policy, Vol. 3 (3), 2011.

Stefan Boes, Kevin E Staub, Rainer Winkelmann, Relative status and satisfaction , Economics Letters, Vol. 109 (3), 2010.

Liliana Winkelmann, Rainer Winkelmann, Does inequality harm the middle class?, Kyklos, Vol. 63 (2), 2010.

Stefan Boes, Rainer Winkelmann, The effect of income on general life satisfaction and dissatisfaction (PDF, 427 KB), Social Indicators Research, Vol. 95 (1), 2010.

Simon Luechinger, Alois Stutzer, Rainer Winkelmann, Self-selection models for public and private sector job satisfaction (PDF, 1451 KB), Research in Labor Economics, Vol. 30 (30), 2010.

Adrian Bruhin, Rainer Winkelmann, Happiness functions with preference interdependence and heterogeneity: the case of altruism within the family (PDF, 326 KB), Journal of Population Economics, Vol. 22 (4), 2009.

Rainer Winkelmann, Unemployment, social capital, and subjective well-being (PDF, 86 KB), Journal of Happiness Studies, Vol. 10 (4), 2009.

Liliana Winkelmann, Rainer Winkelmann, Personality, work, and satisfaction: evidence from the German Socio-Economic Panel (PDF, 298 KB), Journal of Positive Psychology, Vol. 3 (4), 2008.

Samuel Muehlemann, Jürg Schweri, Rainer Winkelmann, Stefan C Wolter, An empirical analysis of the decision to train apprentices (PDF, 170 KB), Labour: Review of Labour Economics and Industrial Relations, Vol. 21 (3), 2007.

Sandra Hanslin, Rainer Winkelmann, Alejandra Cattaneo, The apple falls increasingly far: parent-child correlation in schooling and the growth of post-secondary education in Switzerland (PDF, 254 KB), Swiss journal of economics and statistics, Vol. 143 (2), 2007.

Samuel Mühlemann, Rainer Winkelmann, Juerg Schweri, Stefan Wolter, An Empirical Analysis of the Decision to Train Apprentics, Labour. Review of Labour Economics and Industrial Relations, 2007.

Stefan Boes, Markus Lipp, Rainer Winkelmann, Money illusion under test (PDF, 112 KB), Economics Letters, Vol. 94 (3), 2006.

Stefan Boes, Rainer Winkelmann, Ordered response models (PDF, 234 KB), Allgemeines Statistisches Archiv, Vol. 90 (1), 2006.

Rainer Winkelmann, Parental separation and well-being of youths: evidence from Germany (PDF, 125 KB), Journal of Socio-Economics, Vol. 35 (2), 2006.

Rainer Winkelmann, Dennis Snower, Klaus Zimmermann, The Effects of Globalization on National Labor Markets: Diagnosis and Therapy., Applied Economics Quarterly. Supplements, 2006.

Rainer Winkelmann, Reforming health care: Evidence from quantile regressions for counts (PDF, 160 KB), Journal of Health Economics, Vol. 25 (1), 2005.

Alejandra Cattaneo, Rainer Winkelmann, Earnings differentials between German and French speakers in Switzerland (PDF, 240 KB), Swiss journal of economics and statistics, Vol. 141 (2), 2005.

Rainer Winkelmann, Subjective well-being and the family: results from an ordered probit model with multiple random effects (PDF, 262 KB), Empirical Economics, Vol. 30 (3), 2005.

Rainer Winkelmann, Co-payments for prescription drugs and the demand for doctor visits - Evidence from a natural experiment (PDF, 133 KB), Health Economics, Vol. 13 (11), 2004.

Rainer Winkelmann, Health care reform and the number of doctor visits - an econometric analysis (PDF, 160 KB), Journal of Applied Econometrics, Vol. 19 (4), 2004.

Rob Euwals, Rainer Winkelmann, Training intensity and first labor market outcomes of apprenticeship graduates (PDF, 153 KB), International Journal of Manpower, Vol. 25 (5), 2004.

Joop Hartog, Rainer Winkelmann, Comparing migrants to non-migrants: the case of Dutch migration to New Zealand (PDF, 467 KB), Journal of Population Economics, Vol. 16 (4), 2003.

Tim Barmby, Michael Nolan, Rainer Winkelmann, Contracted workdays and absence (PDF, 99 KB), The Manchester School, Vol. 69 (3), 2001.

Siddhartha Chib, Rainer Winkelmann, Markov chain Monte Carlo analysis of correlated count data (PDF, 239 KB), Journal of Business & Economic Statistics, Vol. 19 (4), 2001.

Rainer Winkelmann, Seemingly unrelated negative binomial regression (PDF, 119 KB), Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, Vol. 64 (4), 2000.

Rainer Winkelmann, Wages, firm size and absenteeism (PDF, 407 KB), Applied Economics Letters, Vol. 6 (6), 1999.

Liliana Winkelmann, Rainer Winkelmann, Tariffs, quotas and terms-of-trade: the case of New Zealand (PDF, 185 KB), Journal of International Economics, Vol. 46 (2), 1998.

Klaus F Zimmermann, Rainer Winkelmann, Is job stability declining in Germany? Evidence from Count Data Models (PDF, 691 KB), Applied Economics, Vol. 30 (11), 1998.

Siddhartha Chib, Edward Greenberg, Rainer Winkelmann, Posterior simulation and Bayes factors in panel count data models (PDF, 236 KB), Journal of Econometrics, Vol. 86 (1), 1998.

Rainer Winkelmann, The economic benefits of schooling in New Zealand: comment and update, New Zealand Economic Papers, Vol. 3 (2), 1998.

Liliana Winkelmann, Rainer Winkelmann, Why are the unemployed so unhappy? Evidence from panel data (PDF, 202 KB), Economica, Vol. 65 (257), 1998.

Rainer Winkelmann, How young workers get their training: A survey of Germany versus the United States (PDF, 65 KB), Journal of Population Economics, Vol. 10 (2), 1997.

Rainer Winkelmann, Employment Prospects and Skill Acquisition of Apprenticeship-Trained Workers in Germany (PDF, 531 KB), Industrial and Labor Relations Review, Vol. 49 (4), 1996.

Rainer Winkelmann, Markov Chain Monte Carlo analysis of underreported count data with an application to worker absenteeism (PDF, 496 KB), Empirical Economics, Vol. 21 (4), 1996.

Rainer Winkelmann, Unskilled labor and wage determination: an empirical investigation for Germany, Journal of Population Economics, Vol. 9 (2), 1996.

Rainer Winkelmann, Duration dependence and dispersion in count - data models (PDF, 636 KB), Journal of Business & Economic Statistics, Vol. 13 (4), 1995.

Liliana Winkelmann, Rainer Winkelmann, Happiness and unemployment: a panel data analysis for Germany (PDF, 295 KB), Applied Economics Quarterly, Vol. 41 (4), 1995.

Rainer Winkelmann, Klaus F Zimmermann, Count data models for demographic data., Mathematical Population Studies, Vol. 4 (3), 1994.

Robert C Jung, Rainer Winkelmann, Two aspects of labor mobility: a bivariate Poisson regression approach (PDF, 653 KB), Empirical Economics, Vol. 18 (2), 1993.

Rainer Winkelmann, Klaus F Zimmermann, A new approach for modeling economic count data, Economics Letters, Vol. 37 (2), 1991.