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Applied microeconomics, public economics, (European) labor markets, health economics
Jörg Paetzold is Associate Professor of Economics at the University of Salzburg. Before joining the University of Salzburg as an Associate Professor, he worked as a visiting Post-Doc at the University of California, Berkeley. His research focuses on applied microeconometrics, in particular on issues of taxation, labor markets and health. His current and past teaching includes courses on microeconometrics, public economics, microeconomics, and economics of European Integration.
Paetzold, Jörg, Janine Kimpel, Katie Bates, Michael Hummer, Florian Krammer, Dorothee von Laer, and Hannes Winner. “Impacts of rapid mass vaccination against SARS-CoV2 in an early variant of concern hotspot.” Nature Communications, 2022, forthcoming.
Frimmel, Wolfgang, Martin Halla, and Jörg Paetzold. “The intergenerational causal effect of tax evasion: Evidence from a commuter tax allowance in Austria. ” Journal of the European Economic Association, 2019, 17, 6, 1843-1880. doi
Juranek, Steffen, Jörg Paetzold, Hannes Winner, and Floris Zoutman. “Labor market effects of COVID-19 in Sweden and its neighbors: Evidence from novel administrative data.” Kyklos, 2021, 74: 512-526.
Paetzold, Jörg and Hannes Winner. “Taking the high road? Compliance with commuter tax allowances and the role of evasion spillovers.” Journal of Public Economics, 2016, 1-14. doi
Paetzold, Jörg. “How do wage earners respond to a large kink? Evidence on earnings and deduction behavior from Austria.” International Tax and Public Finance, 2019, 26, 1, 167-197. doi