Paul Reimers, Ph.D. Candidate

Location: Room 3.42
Telephone: +49 (0)69 798 33795
Office Hours: By Appointment

After my bachelor studies in economics at the Albert-Ludwigs-University in Freiburg, I came to Frankfurt for the Master in Money and Finance. During that time, I started working as a student assistant for Prof. Fuchs-Schündeln. Since then, I have been responsible for the collection and harmonization of micro-data for projects analyzing hours worked in the cross-section of countries. Currently, I am in the fifth year of my Ph.D. studies at GSEFM. My interests mostly lie in growth, labor as well as international and monetary economics. In my dissertation, I look at how structural change shapes gender gaps in hours worked and gender gaps in education. Other current projects focus on household consumption, wealth accumulation and bequest decisions.

Unpublished Manuscripts
Structural Change, Gender Gaps & Educational Choice
(Unpublished Manuscript), Online-Appendix

Structural Change and the composition of men's and women's productive time

Advanced Macroeconomics (Ph.D. Course, WS 2018/19)
Econometrics and Stata (Ph.D. Pre-Semester course, WS 2019/20) Script, Stata DoFile