Prof. Dr. Agnieszka Gehringer

Prof. Dr. Agnieszka Gehringer

Campus Südstadt
Claudiusstraße 1
50678 Köln
Raum 346 Postanschrift


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Campus Südstadt, Claudiusstr. 1, Raum 346

Lehrgebiete

  • Volkswirtschaftslehre

Forschungsgebiete

  • Finanzmarktintegration
  • Kapitalmarktforschung
  • Technologischer Fortschritt
  • Innovationsökonomik

+Publikationen

  • Antonelli, C., Gehringer, A. (2019): Competent demand pull and technological flows within sectoral systems: the evidence on differences within Europe
    Cambridge Journal of Economics 43(6): 1525-1547
  • Gehringer, A., Mayer, T. (2019): Understanding low interest rates: evidence from Japan, Euro Area, United States and United Kingdom
    Scottisch Journal of Political Economy 66(1): 28-53
  • Gehringer, A., Prettner, K. (2019): Longevity and technological change
    Macroeconomic Dynamics 23(4): 1471-1503
  • Antonelli, C., Gehringer, A. (2017): Technological change, rent and income inequalities: A Schumpeterian approach
    Technological Forecasting & Social Change 115: 85-98
  • Gehringer, A., Klasen, S. (2017): Labor force participation of women in the EU – What role do family policies play?
    Labour 31(1): 15-42
  • Gehringer, A., Martinez-Zarzoso, I., Nowak-Lehmann Danzinger, F. (2016): What are the drivers of total factor productivity in the European Union?
    Economics of Innovation and New Technology 25(4): 406-434
  • Antonelli, C., Gehringer, A. (2016): The cost of knowledge and productivity dynamics. An empirical investigation on a panel of OECD countries
    Routledge, Taylor & Francis
  • Gehringer, A. (2016): Knowledge externalities and sectoral interdependences: Evidence from an open economy perspective
    Technological Forecasting & Social Change 102: 240-249
  • Gehringer, A. (2016): Current accounts in the European Union and the sectoral influence: an empirical assessment
    Comparative Economic Studies 58(2): 152-173
  • Antonelli, C., Gehringer, A. (2015): Knowledge externalities and demand pull: The European evidence
    Economic Systems 39(4): 608-631
  • Gehringer, A. (2015): Uneven effects of financial liberalization on productivity growth in the EU: Evidence from a dynamic panel investigation
    International Journal of Production Economics 159: 334-346
  • Gehringer, A. (2015): New evidence on the determinants of current accounts in the EU
    Empirica 42(4): 769-793
  • Antonelli C., Gehringer, A. (2015): The competent demand pull hypothesis: which sectors do play a role?
    Economia Politica 32(1): 97-134
  • Gehringer, A. (2014): Financial liberalisation, financial development and productivity growth: an overview
    International Journal of Monetary Economics and Finance 7(1): 40-65
  • Gehringer, A. (2013): Growth, productivity and capital accumulation: The effects of financial liberalization in the case of European integration
    International Review of Economics & Finance 25: 291-309
  • Gehringer, A. (2012): A new sectoral taxonomy based on pecuniary knowledge externalities: Knowledge interactions in a vertically integrated system
    Economic Systems Research 24(1): 35-55
  • Gehringer, A. (2011): Pecuniary knowledge externalities and innovation: Intersectoral linkages and their effects beyond technological spillovers
    Economics of Innovation and New Technology 20(5): 495-515
  • Gehringer, A. (2011): Pecuniary knowledge externalities across European countries—are there leading sectors?
    Industry and Innovation 18(4): 415-436

+Mitgliedschaften

  • INFER - International Network for Economic Research
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