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   Raum:                       I-027 (Gebäude 1501)

   Tel.:                           +49 (0)511 / 762-5657

   Sprechstunde:          Do 14-16 (nach Anmeldung)

   E-Mail:                      straubaoek.uni-hannover.de

Publications

Articles in Refereed Journals


Leckcivilize, A. & Straub, A. "Headscarf and job recruitment—lifting the veil of labour market discrimination." IZA Journal of Labor Economics 7.1 (2018): 11.
doi.org/10.1186/s40172-018-0071-x

Research Interests

  • Empirical Economics
  • Experimental Economics
  • Behavioral Economics

Teaching

  • Summer 2019:

    • Repetition Tutorial: Applied Economterics (Master)
    • Lecture: Labour Economics  (VWL V, Bachelor)
    • Supervisor for Bachlor Theses

  • Winter 2018/2019:

    •  Lecture: Data Analytics (Master)
    • Exercise: Applied Econometrics (Master)

  •  Summer 2018:

    • Repetition Tutorial: Applied Economterics (Master)
    • Lecture: Labour Economics (VWL V, Bachelor)
    • Lecture: Data Analytics

  • Winter 2017/2018:

    • Lecture: Data Analytics
    • Exercise: Applied Econometrics (Master)

  •   Summer 2017:

    • Seminar: Labour Economics
    • Lecture: Labour Economics I
    • Lecture: Data Analytics

  • Winter 2016/2017:

    • Seminar: Labour Economics
    • Lecture: Data Analytics
    • Exercise: Applied Econometrics (Master)

  •  Summer 2016:

    • Lecture: Data Analytics
    • Lecture: Personnel Economics

  •  Winter 2015/2016:

    • Seminar: Labour Economics
    • Lecture: Empirical research with Stata

  •  Summer 2015:

    • Seminar: Labour Economics
    • Lecture: Labour Economics I

  • Winter 2014/2015:

    • Seminar: Labour Economics
    • Lecture: Empirical research with Stata

  •  Summer 2014:

    • Seminar: Labour Economics (Focus: European labour markets)
    • Lecture: Labour and Development

  •  Winter 2013/2014:

    • Seminar: Labour Economics

  •  Summer 2013:

    • Lecture: Labour Economics I
    • Seminar: Labour Economics (Focus: Behavioral Economics)

  • Winter 2012/2013:

    • Assistance: Introductory Labour Economics