Achim Kemmerling
Achim Kemmerling
Gerhard Haniel Professor for Public Policy and International Development
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‘New politics’ in German labour market policy? The implications of the recent Hartz reforms for the German welfare state
A Kemmerling, O Bruttel
West European Politics 29 (1), 90-112, 2006
The contribution of local public infrastructure to private productivity and its political economy: Evidence from a panel of large German cities
A Kemmerling, A Stephan
Public Choice 113 (3), 403-424, 2002
Partisan politics in regional redistribution: do parties affect the distribution of EU structural funds across regions?
A Kemmerling, T Bodenstein
European Union Politics 7 (3), 373-392, 2006
Accelerating downhill: How the EU shapes corporate tax competition in the single market
P Genschel, A Kemmerling, E Seils
JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies 49 (3), 585-606, 2011
Ripples in a rising tide: Why some EU regions receive more structural funds than others
T Bodenstein, A Kemmerling
European Integration Online Papers 16 (1), 2011
Taxing the working poor: the political origins and economic consequences of taxing low wages
A Kemmerling
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2009
Calibrating climate change policies: The causes and consequences of sustained under-reaction
M Howlett, A Kemmerling
Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning 19 (6), 625-637, 2017
Tax mixes, welfare states and employment: tracking diverging vulnerabilities
A Kemmerling*
Journal of European Public Policy 12 (1), 1-22, 2005
The politico-economic determinants and productivity effects of regional transport investment in Europe
A Kemmerling, A Stephan
EIB papers 13 (2), 36-60, 2008
What Do You Fear? Anti‐Immigrant Sentiment in L atin A merica
C Meseguer, A Kemmerling
International Migration Review, 2016
Does Europeanization lead to policy convergence? The role of the Single Market in shaping national tax policies
A Kemmerling
The Political Economy of Europe's Incomplete Single Market, 138-153, 2014
How labor market inequality transforms mass politics
S Häusermann, A Kemmerling, D Rueda
Political Science Research and Methods 8 (2), 344-355, 2020
Digitalization and the welfare state
MR Busemeyer, A Kemmerling, K Van Kersbergen, P Marx
Oxford University Press, 2022
Financial market lobbies and pension reform
A Kemmerling, M Neugart
European Journal of Political Economy 25 (2), 163-173, 2009
When a solution becomes the problem: the causes of policy reversal on early exit from the labour force
M Hartlapp, A Kemmerling
Journal of European Social Policy 18 (4), 366-379, 2008
The employment effects of different regimes of welfare state taxation: An empirical analysis of core OECD countries
A Kemmerling
MPIfG Discussion Paper, 2002
Labor divides, informality, and regulation: the public opinion on labor law in Latin America
S Berens, A Kemmerling
Journal of Politics in Latin America 11 (1), 23-48, 2019
Dualization, stratification, liberalization, or what? An attempt to clarify the conceptual underpinnings of the dualization debate
M Busemeyer, A Kemmerling
Political Science Research and Methods 8 (2), 375-379, 2020
The regulation of redistribution: managing conflict in corporate tax competition
A Kemmerling, E Seils
West European Politics 32 (4), 756-773, 2009
A Paradox of Redistribution in International Aid? The Determinants of Poverty-Oriented Development Assistance
T Bodenstein, A Kemmerling
World Development 76, 359-369, 2015
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