Benedikt Schröpf studied International Economics between 2012 and 2016 at the University of Regensburg (B.Sc.). Subsequently he acquired his Master’s degree in International Economics at the University of Regensburg in May 2019. He collected practical experience as an intern at the German-Polish Chamber of Industry and Commerce in Wroclaw and at Krones AG in Neutraubling. Since October 2019 he works as a researcher at the Chair of Labour and Regional Economics at the University of Erlangen-Nürnberg.
Class Intermediate Macroeconomics (Übung Makroökonomie)
Labour Market Seminar (Arbeitsmarkt-Seminar)
I. Articles in Refereed Journals
„Economic complexity and environmental pollution: evidence from the former socialist transition countries“, in: Empirica (2023) (with F. Bucher and L. Scheu)
„The dynamics of wage dispersion between firms: the role of firm entry and exit“, in: Journal for Labour Market Research, 57/1 (2023)
II. Recent Discussion Papers
„The fall and rebound of average establishment size in West Germany“, Discussion Paper No.126, June 2023 (with T. Kovalenko and T. Sauerbier)