Markus Knell

Knell

Research interests

  • macroeconomics
  • monetary policy
  • labor markets and wage-setting
  • social security and pension systems
  • status and relative standing
  • inequality

Selected publications

Knell, M. (2018). Increasing Life Expectancy and NDC Pension Systems, Journal of Pension Economics and Finance 17(2), 170–199.

Knell, M. (2017). The Return on Social Security with Increasing Longevity, Macroeconomic Dynamics 21(2), 462–487.

Knell, M., Stix, H. (2015). Trust in Banks during Normal and Crises Times - Evidence from Survey Data (with Helmut Stix), Economica 82, 995–1020.

Knell, M. (2014). Efficiency wages, staggered wages, and union wage-setting, Oxford Economic Papers 66, 848–870.

Knell, M. (2013). Nominal and Real Wage Rigidities. In Theory and in Europe. Journal of Macroeconomics 36, 89–105.

Knell, M., Stiglbauer, A. (2012). Reference Norms, Staggered Wages and Wage Leadership. Theoretical Implications and Empirical Evidence. International Economic Review, 53(2), 569–592.

Knell, M. (2010). The Optimal Mix between Funded and Unfunded Pensions Systems When People Care About Relative Consumption. Economica 308 (77), October, 710–733.

Knell, M. (2010). How Automatic Adjustment Factors Affect the Internal Rate of Return of PAYG Pension Systems, Journal of Pension Economics and Finance 9(1), January 2010, 1–23.

Knell, M., Stix, H. (2005). The Income Elasticity of Money Demand. A Meta-Analysis of Empirical Results. Journal of Economic Surveys. 19(3), July, 513–533.

Falk, A., Knell, M. (2004). Choosing the Joneses: Endogenous Goals and Reference Standards. Scandinavian Journal of Economics 106 (3), September, 417–435.