Welcome!

My name is Joschka Wanner and I have very recently finished my PhD in economics at the University of Bayreuth. I hold a Bachelor of Arts in International Economics and Development and a Master of Science in Economics from the University of Bayreuth, as well as a Bachelor of Science in Mathematic and Statistics from the Open University, UK. My PhD thesis is entitled "Gravity in International Trade: Econometric Challenges and Environmental Extensions".

My main research interests are in international and environmental economics, as well as in applied econometrics. So far, most of my work is related to the so-called gravity model in international trade. For example, I have worked on extended structural gravity models that allow an analysis of the effects of carbon tariffs or of unilateral withdrawals from the Paris Agreement and on techniques to estimate non-linear gravity specifications with multiple high-dimensional sets of fixed effects.

RECENT AND UPCOMING TALKS

06/2020 25th Conference of the European Association of Environmental and Resource Economists (held online from June 24th to June 27th) 

NEWS

07/2020 Matthieu Crozet, Julian Hinz, Amrei Stammann, and I have published a new working paper on the trade effects of economic sanctions: "Worth the Pain? Firms' Exporting Behaviour to Countries under Sanctions"

05/2020 My joint paper with Mario Larch and Aiko Schmeißer "A Tale of (almost) 1001 Coefficients: The Deep and Heterogeneous Effects of the EU-Turkey Customs Union" has now been published in the Journal of Common Market Studies.

04/2020 There is an updated version of the joint paper with Julian Hinz and Amrei Stammann on "State Dependence and Unobserved Heterogeneity in the Extensive Margin of Trade".

04/2020 On April 25th, upon invitation by the German-American Institute in Tübingen and the Heinrich-Böll-Foundation, I gave a talk on "After Trump the Deluge? The Consequences of the US Witdrawal from the Paris Climate Agreement" (in German). The video is available here.

03/2020 I have joined the Kiel Institute for the World Economy with a part-time position to work on carbon border tax adjustment. I am very much looking forward to working with the great colleagues in Kiel!