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Economic Reasoning (BA), Winter Term 2019
Development of the American Economy (MA), Winter Term 2019
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Development of the American Economy (MA), Summer Term 2019
MA-Colloquium Economics, Summer Term 2019
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Max Steinhardt`s primary research interests are in labor economics, political economy, economics of migration, and U.S. economic policy. In his works, he has addressed classical labor market topics such as the impact of immigration on native wages or the role of income for subjective well-being as well as various questions dealing with the integration of immigrants. Moreover, he has a long-term project about the political economy of trade and immigration policy in the United States. Within this project, a rich data set has been constructed containing roll call votes of U.S. House representatives. In another project, he started to analyze the long-term effects of racial diversity in childhood on adult behavior and attitudes. First evidence from U.S. schools suggests that mixing kids in school leads to more mixed-race adult relationships, while it has no effect on educational or labor market outcomes.
Selected publications in refereed journals:
Merlino, L., Steinhardt, M. F., Wren-Lewis, L. (2019): More than Just Friends? School Peers and Adult Interracial Relationships, Journal of Labor Economics, Vol. 37, no. 3: 663-713.
Poutvaara, P., Steinhardt, M. F. (2018): Bitterness in Life and Attitudes towards Immigration, European Journal of Political Economy, Vol. 55: 471-490.
Berlemann, M., Steinhardt, M. (2017): Climate Change, Natural Disasters and Migration – A Survey of the Empirical Evidence, CESifo Economic Studies, Vol. 63, pp. 353-385.
Jahn, V., Steinhardt, M. (2016): Innovation and Immigration – Insights from a Placement Policy, Economics Letters, Vol. 146, pp. 116-119.
Luik, M., Steinhardt, M. (2016): Immigrant-Native Differences in Stockholding – The Role of Cognitive and Non-Cognitive Skills, Journal of Empirical Finance, Vol. 38, pp. 103-119.
De Coulon, A., Radu, D., Steinhardt, M. (2016): Pane e Cioccolata: The Effects of Native Attitudes on Return Migration, Review of International Economics, Vol. 24: pp. 253-281.
Facchini, G., Patacchini, E., Steinhardt, M. (2015): Migration, Friendship Ties and Cultural Assimilation, Scandinavian Journal of Economics, Vol. 117: 619-649.
Otto, A., Steinhardt, M. (2014): Immigration and election outcomes – Evidence from city districts in Hamburg, Regional Science and Urban Economics, Vol. 45: 67-79.
Steinhardt, M. F. (2012): Does citizenship matter? The Economic Impact of Naturalizations in Germany, Labour Economics, Vol. 19:813-823.
Facchini, G., Steinhardt, M. F. (2011): What drives U.S. immigration policy? Evidence from congressional roll call votes, Journal of Public Economics, Vol. 95, pp. 734-743.
Steinhardt, M. F. (2018): The Impact of Xenophobic Violence on the Integration of Immigrants, IZA Discussion Paper No. 11781.
Conconi, P.; Facchini, G.; Steinhardt, M. F., Zanardi, M. (2018): The political economy of trade and migration: Evidence from the U.S. Congress, CEP Discussion Paper No 1564.
Berlemann, M., Steinhardt, M., Tutt, J. (2015): Natural Disasters and Saving – Empirical Evidence from a Natural Experiment, IZA Discussion Paper No. 9026.