Prof. Dr. Markus Nagler
Assistant Professorship for Quantitative Labor Economics
Markus Nagler (born in 1989) studied economics at the University of Munich (BSc 2012), the University Pompeu Fabra Barcelona, and at University College London (MSc 2013). He obtained his PhD from the University of Munich in 2018. During his dissertation, he was a visiting student at the Harvard Kennedy School and at the Department of Economics at MIT. He was also a visiting researcher at the NBER and at the Questrom School of Business at Boston University.
Since November 2019, Markus is a tenure-track assistant professor of economics at the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg. His research focuses on empirical labor and innovation economics. He is affiliated with CESifo and with the Joachim-Herz-Foundation.
Can Peer Mentoring Improve Online Teaching Effectiveness?
An RCT During the COVID-19 Pandemic*
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Weak markets, strong teachers: Recession at career start and teacher effectiveness
In: Journal of Labor Economics 38 (2020), p. 453-500
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The disciplinary effect of post-grant review – Causal evidence from European patent opposition
In: Research Policy 49 (2020), Article No.: 103915
How Antitrust Enforcement Can Spur Innovation: Bell Labs and the 1956 Consent Decree
In: American Economic Journal: Economic Policy 12 (2020), p. 328-359
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Education and religious participation: city-level evidence from Germany’s secularization period 1890–1930
In: Journal of Economic Growth 22 (2017), p. 273-311
Open Access: https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10887-017-9142-2
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