Working Papers:

Welfare Effects of Unemployment Benefits when Informality is High. IZA DP No. 14601. ILO WP 39. (joint with Clemente Pignatti). Revise & Resubmit at The Journal of Public Economics.

Using Online Vacancy and Job Applicants’ Data to Study Skills Dynamics. IZA DP No. 15506. ILO WP 75. Spanish version. (joint with Fidel Bennett, Verónica Escudero and Ana Podjanin). Selected for Research in Labor Economics, Vol. 52, “Big Data in Labor Market Research” (eds. Ben Elsner and Solomon W. Polachek).

Why should we Integrate Income and Employment Support? A Conceptual and Empirical Investigation. IZA DP No. 15401. ILO WP 72. (joint with Antonia Asenjo and Verónica Escudero). Revise & Resubmit at The Journal of Development Studies.


Black, Sandra E., Hannah Liepmann, Camille Remigereau, and Alexandra Spitz-Oener (2022). Government Aid and Child Refugees’ Economic Success Later in Life: Evidence from Post-WWII GDR Refugees. Labour Economics, 75, 102099.

Liepmann, Hannah (2018). The Impact of a Negative Labor Demand Shock on Fertility – Evidence from the Fall of the Berlin Wall. Labour Economics, 54, 210-224.

Hegewisch, Ariane and Hannah Liepmann (2013). Occupational Segregation and the Gender Wage Gap in the US, in: Figart, Deborah and Tonia Warnecke (eds.) Handbook of Research on Gender and Economic Life, Northampton, MA, London: Edward Elgar, 200-217.

Bolle, Friedel, Hannah Liepmann, and Claudia Vogel (2012). How much social insurance do you want? An experimental study, Journal of Economic Psychology, 33(6), 1170-1181.

Work in Progress:

Directed Search, Minimum Wages, and Worker Characteristics: Evidence from an Online Job Board (joint with Verónica Escudero and Damián Vergara).

What Works? Training and Wage Subsidies for Refugees in Turkey (joint with Verónica Escudero and Jochen Kluve, with the support of the ILO Country Office for Turkey).


Liepmann, Hannah and Dana Müller (2018), A Proposed Data Set for Analyzing the Labor Market Trajectories of East Germans around Reunification. Nuremberg: Methodology Report, Research Data Centre of the German Federal Employment Agency.

Hegewisch, Ariane, Hannah Liepmann, Jeffrey Hayes, and Heidi Hartmann (2010), Separate and Not Equal? Gender Segregation in the Labor Market and the Gender Wage Gap. Washington, DC: Briefing Paper, Institute for Women’s Policy Research.