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Volume V(2) - December 2016

In this issue, results of Bachelor and master theses are presented by C. Hartung, L. Hug, N. Kaufung, L. Nüse and A. Waltenrath.

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Volume V(1) - July 2016

In this issue, results of Bachelor and master theses are presented by C. Schwerdtfeger, L. Kreitz, S. Häs, S. Schmickler and T. Dreyer. Additonally, Dr. Anne-Katrin Roesler discusses how an increase in available information due to sources like the internet results in changes in decision making and therefore in mechanism design.

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Volume IV(2) - December 2015

In this issue, results of Bachelor and Master theses are presented by S. Dobkowitz, , J. Knöpfle, F. Lukowski and K. Russ. J. Hruzik, a Master student at Bonn's faculty of history, discusses the causes of the Chilean financial crisis.

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Volume IV(1) - July 2015

In this issue, results of Bachelor and master theses are presented by S. Adamczyk, M. Klencz, S. Stahlmann, F. Weber and W. Zhou. Additonally, Dr. Fabian Kindermann discusses optimal taxes on the rich.

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Volume III(2) - December 2014

In this issue, results of bachelor, master and diploma theses are presented by C. Fischer, M. Marcus, A. Papies and K. Zimmermann. Additonally, Prof. Dr. Jürgen van Hagen discusses sources of fiscal risk, while JProf. Dr. Pia Pinger analyzes child human capital investments. The Bonn Journal of Economics: Volume III (2) Theses

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Volume III(1) - July 2014

In this issue, results of bachelor, master and diploma theses are presented by M. Bayer, F. Heinicke, N. Jouchaghani, M. Maisenbacher and S. Hoof. Additonally, JProf. Dr. Michael Böhm discusses allocation of and the return to talent in his dissertation, while Prof. Dr. Jörg Breitung analyzes Speculative Bubbles.

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Volume II(2) - December 2013

In this issue, results of bachelor, master and diploma theses are presented by F. Schran, B. Winter, U. Steins and L. Breuer. Additonally, Dr. Nico Pestel discusses economic inequality in his dissertation, while Prof. Dr. Moritz Schularick stresses the importance of economic history to theory.

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Volume II(1) - July 2013

K. Kölker, P. Korfmann and J. Kalb present the results of their Bachelor theses in this issue, while M. Engels introduces his Master thesis. Prof. Dr. Matthias Kräkel provides interesting insights in his work in tournament contracts with heterogeneous agents. In his essay about damages for negligent ratings Prof. Dr. Urs Schweizer presents his contributions to Law & Economics.

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Volume I(1) - December 2012

In this edition, amongst the bachelor theses of B. Große-Rüschkamp, A. Westphäling, Q. Fei and H. Förster, Prof. Dr. Benny Moldovanu provides an applied insight in his theoretical contributions to auction theory. Prof. Dr. Jürgen von Hagen refers the current thoughts of implementing a European Fiscal Union to the common pool problem. Furthermore, Markus Behn, Jonas Sobott, Rüdiger Weber and Dorje Wulf - winner of this year's Postbank-Finance-Award - analyze the meaningfulness of fovereign debt ratings during Euro crises.

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