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„First comes love...then comes taxes? A look at how tax law influences the decision to get married”
„Women's Career Choices, Social Norms and Child Care Policies”

Veröffentlichungen - Prof. Dr. Kerstin Roeder

Kerstin Roeder
2019 | 2018 | 2017 | 2016 | 2015 | 2014 | 2013 | 2012 | 2011

2019

Helmuth Cremer, Jean-Marie Lozachmeur and Kerstin Roeder
Household bargaining, spouses’ consumption patterns and the design of commodity taxes

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Helmuth Cremer and Kerstin Roeder
Income taxation of couples, spouses’ labor supplies and the gender wage gap

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Mathias Kifmann and Kerstin Roeder
The political sustainability of a basic income scheme and social health insurance

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Francesca Barigozzi, Helmuth Cremer and Kerstin Roeder
Till taxes do us part: tax penalties or bonuses and the marriage decision

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2018

Kerstin Roeder
(Steuer-)Code für wahre Liebe geknackt

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Dan Anderberg, Helmut Rainer and Kerstin Roeder
Family-specific investments and divorce with dynamically inconsistent households: marital contracts and policy

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Francesca Barigozzi, Helmuth Cremer and Kerstin Roeder
Women's career choices, social norms and child care policies

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2017

Francesca Barigozzi, Helmuth Cremer and Kerstin Roeder
Caregivers in the family: daughters, sons and social norms

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Helmuth Cremer and Kerstin Roeder
Long-term care policy with lazy rotten kids

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Helmuth Cremer and Kerstin Roeder
Rotten spouses, family transfers, and public goods

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Helmuth Cremer and Kerstin Roeder
Social insurance with competitive insurance markets and risk misperception

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Wolfgang Habla and Kerstin Roeder
The political economy of mitigation and adaptation

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2016

Helmuth Cremer, Catarina Goulão and Kerstin Roeder
Earmarking and the political support of fat taxes

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Helmuth Cremer, Jean-Marie Lozachmeur, Dario Maldonado and Kerstin Roeder
Household bargaining and the design of couples’ income taxation

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Helmuth Cremer, Pierre Pestieau and Kerstin Roeder
Social long-term care insurance with two-sided altruism

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2015

Robert Nuscheler and Kerstin Roeder
Financing and funding health care: Optimal policy and political implementability

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Helmuth Cremer and Kerstin Roeder
Means testing versus basic income: the (lack of) political support for a universal allowance

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Robert Nuscheler and Kerstin Roeder
To Vaccinate or to procrastinate? That is the prevention question

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Helmuth Cremer, Pierre Pestieau and Kerstin Roeder
United but (un)equal: human capital, probability of divorce, and the marriage contract

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2014

Mathias Kifmann, Kerstin Roeder and Clarissa Schumacher
A note on quasi-hyperbolic discounting, risk aversion, and the demand for insurance

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Kerstin Roeder
Optimal taxes and pensions with myopic agents

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Helmuth Cremer and Kerstin Roeder
Transfers within a three generations family: when the rotten kids turn into altruistic parents

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Wolfgang Habla and Kerstin Roeder
Warum "Tanken für die Rente" gut für die Umwelt ist

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2013

Wolfgang Habla and Kerstin Roeder
Intergenerational aspects of ecotax reforms – an application to Germany

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Helmuth Cremer and Kerstin Roeder
Long-term care policy, myopia and redistribution

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Robert Nuscheler and Kerstin Roeder
The political economy of long-term care

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2012

Kerstin Roeder and Robert Nuscheler
How to promote social cohesion and address growing inequality within countries? Report to the German Association of International Cooperation

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2011

Robert Nuscheler and Kerstin Roeder
Impfbereitschaft in Deutschland am Beispiel der Grippe

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Mathias Kifmann and Kerstin Roeder
Premium subsidies and social health insurance: substitutes or complements?

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