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The IOS Working Paper (WP) series serves the purpose of disseminating works in progress that cover the range of research activities within the Institute's three key areas of research Members of the Economics Division, scholars visiting the IOS, participants from events organized by the IOS, and other authors from the areas mentioned have all contributed to the series' working papers. They are published online under the names of the authors and do not necessarily comply with the views held by the IOS. In the following, you can download the full text of each Working Paper, beginning with WP No. 201 (December 1997), in PDF format. IOS Working Papers are available online only, starting with the January 2012 issue (from WP No. 312).
Submission to IOS working paper series can be sent to wpseries(at)ios-regensburg.de .
Robin Grözinger, Decomposing Central and Eastern Europe’s trade: Extending the evidence, 16 S., September 2020.
Dmitriy Vorobyev, Information Disclosure in Elections with Sequential Costly Participation, 35 S., Mai 2020.
Oleksandr Shepotylo and Volodymyr Vakhitov, Market power, productivity and distribution of wages: theory and evidence with micro data, 40 S., Mai 2020.
Milena Nikolova, Boris Nikolaev, Olga Popova, The Perceived Well-being and Health Costs of Exiting Self-Employment, 40 S., Mai 2020.
Maksym Obrizan, Transition welfare gaps: one closed, another to follow?, 16 S., January 2020.