Peter Eppinger, M.Sc.
D-72074 Tübingen, Germany
Phone: + 49 (0)7071/ 2976014
My research is concerned with international trade and investment, in particular the organization and consequences of offshoring and the effects of the financial crisis on trade.
Publications in peer-reviewed journals
- The Great Trade Collapse and the Spanish Export Miracle: Firm-level Evidence from the Crisis (together with Nicole Meythaler, Marc-Manuel Sindlinger, and Marcel Smolka), forthcoming in The World Economy. Available as University of Tübingen Working Paper No. 93, January 2017.
See also the media coverage at ABC.es, El Confidencial, elEconomista.es, La Vanguardia, and Yahoo Finanzas, among others.
- Did Globalization Influence Credit Market Deregulation? (together with Niklas Potrafke), The World Economy 39(3): 426–443, March 2016. Also available as CESifo Working Paper No. 5374, May 2015.
- Bilateral Trade and Similarity of Income Distributions: The Role of Second Moments (together with Gabriel Felbermayr), Economics Letters 126, p. 159–162, January 2015.
Earlier version available as Ifo Working Paper No. 184, July 2014. Web Appendix.
- Hat Globalisierung zu Kreditmarktderegulierung geführt? (joint with Niklas Potrafke), ifo Schnelldienst 68(12): 18-21, June 2015.
- External Financial Dependence and Firms' Crisis Performance across Europe (together with Katja Neugebauer), SRC Discussion Paper No. 65, February 2017. Web Appendix.
- Exploiting the Potential for Services Offshoring: Evidence from German Firms, IAW Discussion Paper No. 108, Oktober 2014.
Work in progress
- Ownership, Misallocation, and Firm Performance: Evidence from FDI Liberalization in China
(together with Hong Ma)
- Contracting Institutions and Firm Boundaries (together with Bo Kukharskyy)
- Service Offshoring and Firm-level Employment
- Firm Exports, Foreign Ownership, and the Global Financial Crisis (together with Marcel Smolka)
- European Economic Integration, lecture (E321, summer 2014, 2015, and 2016)
- Bachelor Thesis Seminar on International Trade and Economic Integration (E322, summer 2015 and 2016)
- Advanced Microeconomics, exercise class (E424, winter 2014/15, 2015/16, and 2016/17)