Michael Berlemann
Michael Berlemann

Articles in refereed journals

Is the German Mittelstand more resistant to crises?

Empirical evidence from the Great Recession

 

Berlemann, M., Jahn, V., Lehmann, R. (forthcoming), 
Small Business Economics.

Natural Hazard Risk and Life Satisfaction
Empirical Evidence for U.S. Hurricanes

 

Berlemann, M., Eurich, M. (forthcoming), 
Ecological Economics.

Tropical Storms and Temporary Migration
Empirical Evidence for Vietnam

 

Berlemann, M., Tran, T.X. (forthcoming), 
Population and Development Review

Does Drought Risk Depress Expected Well-Being?

 

Berlemann, M., Eurich, M. (forthcoming), 
Applied Economics Letters

Climate-Related Hazards and Internal Migration

Empirical Evidence for Rural Vietnam

 

Berlemann, M., Tran, T.X. (2020), 
Economics of Disasters and Climate Change 4, 385–409.

Disposition Time and the Utilization of Prior Judicial Decisions
Evidence from a Civil Law Country

 

Berlemann, M., Christmann, R. (2020), 
International Review of Law & Economics 62, 105887. 

Dating the Start of the U.S. House Price Bubble

An Application of Statistical Process Control

 

Berlemann, M., Freese, J., Knoth, S. (2020), 
Empirical Economics 58, 2287–2307.  

The Distance Bias in Natural Disaster Reporting

 

Berlemann, M., Thomas, T. (2019), 
Applied Economics Letters 26(12), 1026-1032. 

Hurricanes, Economic Growth and Transmission Channels

Empirical Evidence for Countries on Differing Levels of Development

 

Berlemann, M., Wenzel, D. (2018), 
World Development 115, 231-247. 

Determinants of In-Court Settlements

Empirical Evidence from a German Trial Court

 

Berlemann, M., Christmann, R. (2018), 
Journal of Institutional Economics 15(1), 143-162. 

Climate Change, Natural Disasters and Migration

A Survey of the Empirical Evidence

 

Berlemann, M., Steinhardt, M. (2017),
CESifo Economic Studies 63(4), 353-385.

Aggregate Capital Stock Estimations for 122 Countries

An Update

 

Berlemann, M., Wesselhöft, J.-E. (2017), 
Review of Economics 68(2), 75-92. 

The Joneses‘ Income and Debt Market Participation
Empirical Evidence from Bank Account Data

 

Berlemann, M., Salland, J. (2016), 
Economics Letters 142, 6-9.  

Does Hurricane Risk Affect Individual Well-Being?
Empirical Evidence on the Indirect Effects of Natural Disasters

 

Berlemann, M. (2016), 
Ecological Economics 124, 99-113.  

Long-term Growth Effects of Natural Disasters
Empirical Evidence for Droughts

 

Berlemann, M., Wenzel, D. (2016), 
Economics Bulletin 36(1), 464-476.    

Regional Importance of Mittelstand Firms and Innovation Performance

 

Berlemann, M., Jahn, V. (2016), 
Regional Studies 50(11), 1819-1833.   

A Time-Varying Indicator of Effective Monetary Policy Conservatism

 

Berlemann, M., Hielscher, K. (2016), 
Annals of Economics & Finance 17(1), 105-132.  

Do Judges React to the Probability of Appellate Review?
Empirical Evidence from Court Procedures

 

Berlemann, M., Christmann, R. (2016), 
Applied Economics Letters 23(3), 202-205.    

Which Factors Drive the Decision to Opt Out of Individual Research Rankings?
An Empirical Study of Academic Resistance to Change

 

Berlemann, M., Haucap, J. (2015), 
Research Policy 44(5), 1108–1115.  

Unraveling the Complexity of US Presidential Approval
A multi-dimensional semiparametric approach

 

Berlemann, M., Enkelmann, S., Kuhlenkasper, T (2015), 
Journal of Applied Econometrics 30(3), 468–486. 

Monetary Policy and Central Bank Independence under Endogenous Preferences

 

Berlemann, M., Schneider, A. (2014), 
Journal of Economic Research 19(2), 125–136.

The Roots of Inflation Aversion in Transition Countries
Empirical Evidence from the Baltic States

 

Berlemann, M. (2014), 
Economic Systems 38(3), 415–432. 

The Economic Determinants of U.S. Presidential Approval
A Survey

 

Berlemann, M., Enkelmann, S. (2014), 
European Journal of Political Economy 36, 41–54. 

Estimating Aggregate Capital Stocks Using the Perpetual Inventory Method
A Survey and New Empirical Evidence for 103 Countries

 

Berlemann, M., Wesselhöft, J.-E. (2014), 

Review of Economics 65(1), 1–34.  

Positive Externalities from Active Car Safety Systems
A New Justification for Car Safety Regulations

 

Berlemann, M., Matthes, A. (2014), 
Journal of Policy Modeling 36(2), 319–329. 

Demographic Change and Bank Profitability
Empirical Evidence from German Savings Banks

 

Berlemann, M., Oestmann, M., Thum, M. (2014), 
Applied Economics 46(1), 79–94. 

Relative Innovative Capacity of German Regions
Is East Germany Still Lagging Behind?

 

Berlemann, M., Jahn, V. (2013), 

CESifo Forum 14 (4), 42–50. 

Monetary Policy and Real Estate Prices
A Disaggregated Analysis for Switzerland

 

Berlemann, M., Freese, J. (2013), 
International Economics & Economic Policy 10(4), 469–490. 

Non-Linear Growth Effects of Taxation
A Semi-Parametric Approach Using Average Marginal Tax Rates

 

Arin, K.P., Berlemann, M., Kuhlenkasper, T., Koray, F. (2013), 
Journal of Applied Econometrics 28 (5), 883–899. 

Effective Monetary Policy Conservatism
A Comparison of 11 OECD Countries

 

Berlemann, M., Hielscher, K. (2013), 
Scottish Journal of Political Economy 60 (3), 267–290. 

Forecasting Inflation via Electronic Markets
Some Results from Pilot Markets

 

Berlemann, M., Nelson, F.D. (2013), 
Annals of Economics & Finance 14 (2), 363–390.  

Who Cares About Inflation?
Empirical Evidence from the Czech Republic

 

Berlemann, M. (2012), 
Czech Economic Review 6 (3), 225–243.  

Total Factor Productivity in German Regions

 

Berlemann, M., Wesselhöft, J.-E. (2012), 
CESifo Forum 13 (2), 58–65. 

Tournament Incentives and Asset Price Bubbles
Evidence from a Field Experiment

 

Berlemann, M., Vöpel, H. (2012), 
Economics Letters 115 (2), 232-235. 

Output Sensitivity of Monetary Policy and Macroeconomic Performance

 

Berlemann, M., Hielscher, K. (2012), 
Applied Economics Letters 19 (15), 1505-1509. 

Fasten Seat Belts
Do Car Safety Systems Cause Externalities?

 

Berlemann, M., Matthes, A. (2011), 
Economics Bulletin 31 (4), 2915–2921. 

Trade Unionists in Parliament and Macroeconomic Performance
Empirical Evidence from Germany

 

Berlemann, M., Zimmermann, K.-W. (2011), 
The Economic & Labour Relations Review 22 (3), 101-116. 

ECB Presidency and Inflation Aversion among the Citizens of European Countries
An Empirical Assessment

 

Berlemann, M. (2011), 
CESifo Forum 12 (2), 88–92. 

The Value of Announcements in Public Goods Experiments
Some Theory and Experimental Evidence

 

Berlemann, M., Markwardt, G., Dittrich, M. (2009), 
Journal of Socio-Economics 38 (3), 421–428. 

The Macroeconomics of Lending of Last Resort

 

Berlemann, M., Zeidler, M. (2009), 
Review of Economics 59 (3), 209-225.

Forecasting the ECB’s main refinancing rate
A field experiment

 

Berlemann, M. (2009), 
Economics Letters 99 (2), 379–383. 

Kurzfristige Wachstumseffekte von Naturkatastrophen. Eine empirische Analyse der Flutkatastrophe von August 2002 in Sachsen

 

Berlemann, M., Vogt, G. (2008), 
Zeitschrift für Umweltpolitik und Umweltrecht 31 (2), 209–232.  

Unemployment and Inflation Consequences of Unexpected Election Results

 

Berlemann, M., Markwardt, G. (2007), 
Journal of Money, Credit & Banking 39 (8), 1919–1945. 

Are Expectations on Inflation and Election Outcomes Connected?
An Empirical Analysis

 

Berlemann, M., Elzemann, J. (2006), 
Economics Letters 91, 354–359. 

Variable Rational Partisan Cycles and Electoral Uncertainty

 

Berlemann, M., Markwardt, G. (2006), 
European Journal of Political Economy 22 (4), 874–886. 

Destructive Diversity, Inflationary Convergence and the Inflation Criterion
The Way to EMU Reconsidered

 

Berlemann, M. (2006), 
Journal of Economic Integration  21 (4), 681–707. 

Time Inconsistency of Monetary Policy
Empirical Evidence from Polls

 

Berlemann, M. (2005), 
Public Choice 125 (1-2), 1–15. 

Liability Rules, Physicians’ Care and Patients’ Compliance

 

Berlemann, M. (2005), 
Review of Economics  55 (3), 290–307. 

Blooming Landscapes in East Germany?

 

Berlemann, M., Thum, M. (2005), 
CESifo Forum (4), 16–27. 

Lending of First versus Lending of Last Resort
Lessons from the Bulgarian Financial Crisis 19967/1997

 

Berlemann, M., Nenovsky, N. (2004), 
Comparative Economic Studies  46 (2), 245–271. 

Use of experimental markets for predictions

 

Berlemann, M., Cahlik, T., Hlavacek, M., Gersl, A. (2002), 
Czech Journal of Economics & Finance 11, 625–636.

Wahlbörsen versus traditionelle Meinungsforschung
Die Sachsenwahl 99

 

Berlemann, M. (2000), 
LIST Forum für Wirtschafts- und Finanzpolitik  1, 51-70.

Moral Hazard im Gesundheitswesen
Ein Beispiel aus der Kieferorthopädie

 

Berlemann, M., Karmann, A. (1998), 
Zeitschrift für Wirtschafts- und Sozialwissenschaften 118, 573–595.

Zur Effizienz kieferorthopädischer Behandlungen
Eine Ökonomisch-empirische Analyse

 

Berlemann, M., Karmann, A. (1998), 
Gesundheitsökonomie & Qualitätsmanagement 2, 41-45.