Jun. Prof. Dr. Matthias Heinz
Downsizing, Causal effects of HR practices (e.g. team incentives)
- Since 2014 Junior-Professor (Assistant Professor) for Personnel Economics, University Cologne, Germany.
- 2008 - 2014 Dissertation (summa cum laude), Department of Management and Microeconomics, Goethe-University Frankfurt, Germany. Thesis title: “Empirical Studies in Personnel and Media Economics”.
- 2011 - 2012 Research stay: KU Leuven, department: VIVES, Prof. Jozef Konings.
- 2008 Intern Siemens Ltd, Corporate Controlling, Beijing (China).
- 2007 Intern Siemens Plc, Corporate Finance & Controls, Frimley (UK).
- 2004 - 2008 Studies in Business Administration, Diploma (equivalent to Master), Goethe-University Frankfurt, Germany.
- 2005 Intern Siemens AG, Logistics and Assembly Systems, Offenbach (Germany).
- “The Hidden Costs of Downsizing” (co-author Frank Drzensky), Economic Journal, forthcoming.
- “How Gender Differences in Competitiveness May Cause a Gender-Wage Gap” (co-authors Hans-Theo Normann and Holger Rau), European Economic Review, forthcoming.
- “Downsizing and Firm Performance: Evidence from German Firm Data”(co-authors Tim Goesaert and Stijn Vanormelingen), Industrial and Corporate Change 24, 2015: 1443-1472.
- “Media Slant against Foreign Owners: Downsizing” (co-author Guido Friebel), Journal of Public Economics 120, 2014: pp. 97-106.
- “Team Incentives and Performance: Evidence from a Retail Chain” (co-authors G. Friebel, M. Krüger and N. Zubanov), invited to revise and resubmit, American Economic Review.