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  • Bertail, Patrice; Haefke, Christian; Politis, Dimitris N.; White, Halbert (2001)
    In this paper we propose a subsampling estimator for the distribution of statistics diverging at either known rates when the underlying time series in strictly stationary abd strong mixing. Based on our results we provide ...
  • Haefke, Christian; Reiter, Michael (2006)
    Existing models of equilibrium unemployment with endogenous labor market participation are complex, generate procyclical unemployment rates and cannot match unemployment variability relative to GDP. We embed endogenous ...
  • Giacomini, Raffaella; Gottschling, Andreas; Haefke, Christian; White, Halbert (2002)
    We propose a new family of density functions that possess both flexibility and closed form expressions for moments and anti-derivatives, making them particularly appealing for applications. We illustrate its usefulness by ...
  • Ebell, Monique; Haefke, Christian (2002)
    We consider the dynamic relationship between product market entry regulation and equilibrium unemployment. The main theoretical contribution is combining a Mortensen-Pissarides model with monopolistic competition in the ...
  • Ebell, Monique; Haefke, Christian (2002)
    We consider the dynamic relationship between product market entry regulation and equilibrium unemployment. The main theoretical contribution is combining a job matching model with monopolistic competition in the goods ...
  • Haefke, Christian (2001)
    This paper explains the divergent behavior of European an US unemployment rates using a job market matching model of the labor market with an interaction between shocks an institutions. It shows that a reduction in TF ...
  • Haan, Wouter J. Den; Haefke, Christian; Ramey, Garey (2004)
    According to Ljungqvist and Sargent (1998), high European unemployment since the 1980s can be explained by a rise in economic turbulence, leading to greater numbers of unemployed workers with obsolete skills. These workers ...
  • Haefke, Christian; Sonntag, Marcus; van Rens, Thijs (2007)
    Recent research in macroeconomics emphasizes the role of wage rigidity in accounting for the volatility of unemployment fluctuations. We use worker-level data from the CPS to measure the sensitivity of wages of newly hired ...

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