Hi, I'm Julian Hinz.I am an empirical economist studying issues in international economics, most often related to economic integration and disintegration. 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.
- Bearing the cost of politics: Consumer prices and welfare in Russia — with Evgenii Monastyrenko. Journal of International Economics, 137, 103581, July 2022.
- The Ties that Bind: Geopolitical Motivations for Economic Integration . Forthcoming in the Review of World Economics.
- State Dependence and Unobserved Heterogeneity in the Extensive Margin of Trade — with Amrei Stammann and Joschka Wanner. Update coming soon.
- Après-ski: The Spread of Coronavirus from Ischgl through Germany — with Gabriel Felbermayr and Sonali Chowdhry. German Economic Review, https://doi.org/10.1515/ger-2020-0063.
- Firms’ exporting behaviour to countries under sanctions — with Matthieu Crozet, Amrei Stammann and Joschka Wanner. VoxEU.
Faculty of Business Administration and Economics
33615 Bielefeld, Germany
Kiel Institute for the World Economy
24105 Kiel, Germany
Last updated on May 23, 2022. © Julian Hinz 1987–2022.