Prof. Dr. Joschka Wanner

Topics: Globalization, International Trade, Sustainable Development

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Main research interests

  • International Trade
  • International Environmental Policy

Joschka Wanner is an empirical economist working on international and environmental economics, as well as econometrics. So far, most of his work is related to the so-called gravity model in international trade. For example, he has worked on extended structural gravity models that allow an analysis of the effects of carbon tariffs or of unilateral withdrawals from the Paris Agreement.

He is external researcher at the Kiel Institute and assistant professor for quantitative economics at the University of Potsdam. He obtained his PhD in economics from the University of Bayreuth in November 2019. He further holds 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.

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@HornungErik In terms of specification, I would then denote them by the same letter (following e.g. Graham, 2017) rather then by two different ones and I would refer to them according to their geographical unit, i.e. "country fixed effects" instead of "exporter and importer fixed effects".