Hi, I'm Julian Hinz.I am an empirical economist studying issues in international economics, most often related to international trade and migration. I am fond of unconventional, often big data, as well as the econometrics needed to work with such data. I work on topics related to sanctions, trade costs, migration, and political economy, and develop tools for the estimation of models with high-dimensional fixed effects. more
- Après-ski: The Spread of Coronavirus from Ischgl through Germany — with Gabriel Felbermayr and Sonali Chowdhry. Forthcoming in the German Economic Review.
- Worth the pain? Firms' exporting behaviour to countries under sanctions — with Matthieu Crozet, Amrei Stammann and Joschka Wanner. European Economic Review, 134: 103683.
- Bearing the cost of politics: Consumer prices and welfare in Russia — with Evgenii Monastyrenko. Revision requested by the Journal of International Economics.
- Critically important: The heterogeneous effect of politics on trade — with Elsa Leromain. Review of Industrial Organization, 57: 309–331.