Universität Bonn

Department of Economics / IAME

JProf. Michael Böhm, Ph.D.

Böhm, Michael
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JProf. Michael Böhm, Ph.D.

Institute for Applied Microeconomics
Room 1.005
Lennéstraße 43
53113 Bonn, Germany

michael.j.boehm@uni-bonn.de
+49 228 73-9249 and -9238 (secretariat)

Office hours
by appointment via e-mail

ORCID iD
0000-0003-4112-642X

Curriculum vitae
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External personal website
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Teaching
BASIS

Research Topics

  • Labor Economics
  • Applied Econometrics

Working Papers

  • Michael J. Böhm, Daniel Metzger, and Per Strömberg. “Since You’re So Rich, You Must Be Really Smart: Talent, Rent Sharing, and the Finance Wage Premium.” May 2022. Accepted for publication in the Review of Economic Studies. PDF
  • Michael J. Böhm, Hans-Martin Gaudecker, and Felix Schran. “Occupation Growth, Skill Prices, and Wage Inequality.” May 2022. Accepted for publication in the Journal of Labor Economics. PDF
  • Michael J. Böhm, Khalil Esmkhani, and Giovanni Gallipoli. “Firm Heterogeneity in Skill Returns.” May 2022. Under review. PDF

Publications

Journal Articles

  • Michael J. Böhm and Christian Siegel. “Make Yourselves Scarce: The Effect of Demographic Changes on the Relative Wages and Employment Rates of Experienced Workers.” International Economic Review 62, no. 4 (November 2021): 1537–1568. DOI
  • Michael J. Böhm, Terry Gregory, Pamela Qendrai, and Christian Siegel. “Demographic Change and Regional Labour Markets.” Oxford Review of Economic Policy 37, no. 1 (Spring 2021): 113–131. DOI
  • Michael J. Böhm. “The Price of Polarization: Estimating Risk Prices under Routine-Biased Technical Change.” Quantitative Economics 11, no. 2 (May 2020): 751–799. DOI
  • Nicole M. Fortin, Brian Bell, and Michael J. Böhm. “Top earnings inequality and the gender pay gap: Canada, Sweden, and the United Kingdom.” Labour Economics 47 (August 2017): 107–123. DOI
  • Michael J. Böhm and Martin Watzinger. “The Allocation of Talent over the Business Cycle and Its Long-Term Effect on Sectoral Productivity.” Economica 82, no. 328 (October 2015): 892–911. DOI

Book Chapters

  • Michael J. Böhm. “The Causes and Consequences of Job Polarization, and Their Future Perspectives.” In Work in the Age of Data, 50–59. BBVA OpenMind. Madrid: BBVA, 2019. PDF
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