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Juergen Antony

Prof. Dr. Jürgen Antony

Phone: (07231) 28-6274

Email: juergen.antony@hs-pforzheim.de

Curriculum Vitae

Publications

Growth and productivity

Production theory

Miscellaneous

Conference contributions

  • Directed Sector and Skill-Specific Technological Change: The Development of Wages for the High and Low Skilled. EEA 2003 Stockholm, 20.-24. August 2002.
  • Scale Effects, Inequality, and Unemployment in a Growth Model. Economic Growth and Distribution: On the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations, Lucca 16.-18.6.2004 and Workshop of the Herbert Giersch Stiftung, Magdeburg 27.-29.10.2004
  • Weak Scale Effects in Growth Models. EEA 2005, 24.-27.8.2005 Amsterdam, and anual meeting of the Verein für Socialpolitik (German Economic Association), 27.-30.9.2005 Bonn.
  • Diffusion of Scale Effects between European and US Regions. EEA 2006, 24.-28.8.2006 Wien, and 2nd German Macro Workshop, 21./22.7.2006 Frankfurt/Main.
  • Comment on "The Elusive Elasticity and the ubiquitous Bias: Is Panal Data a Panacea?" by James Smith. CES Conference, 20.-22.10.2006 Eltville.
  • New Combinations and Growth. EEA 2007, 27.-31.8.2007 Budapest, and anual meeting of the Verein für Socialpolitik (German Economic Association, 9.-12.10.2007 München.
  • Technology Flows between Sectors and their Impact on Large-Scale Firms (mit T. Grebel). EARIE, 4.-6.9.2008 Toulouse, und EEA, 27.-31.8.2008 Mailand.
  • Capital/Labor Substitution, Capital Deepening, and FDI. Jahrestagung des Verein für Socialpolitik,23.-26.9.2008 Graz.
  • A Class of Changing Elasticity of Substitution Production Functions. Jahrestagung des Verein für Socialpolitik, 8.-11.9.2009 Magdeburg.
  • Firm Heterogeneity, Credit Constraints, and Endogenous Growth (with Torben Klarl and Alfred Maußner). DEGIT XV, 3.-4.9.2010 Frankfurt/Main.
  • Technical Change and the Elasticity of Factor Substitution, EEA, 27.-31.8.2012, Malaga.

Research interests

  • Substitutability of Capital and Labor
  • Production Theory
  • Endogenous Growth
  • Financial Markets
  • Wages and technical Change

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