Andrea Hammermann

Dr. Andrea Hammermann

Economist

Tel+49 221 4981-314

Mailhammermann@iwkoeln.de

About

  • Joined the Cologne Institute for Economic Research in 2013
  • Born in 1983 in Engelskirchen
  • Studied Business Administration at the University of Cologne

IW Publications

(in cooperation with Jörg Schmidt)
Facetten des Gender Pay Gap – Empirische Evidenz auf Basis des Sozio-oekonomischen Panels
IW policy papers 8/2015

(in cooperation with Jörg Schmidt, Oliver Stettes)
German workers’ attitudes to the balance between career goals and family interests – An empirical analysis based on the 2012 BIBB/BAuA Employment Survey
IW-Trends 1/2015

(in cooperation with Jörg Schmidt)
Diversity Management – Empirical Evidence on the Active Fostering of Cultural Variety in German Companies
IW-Trends 4/2014

(in cooperation with Oliver Stettes)
Lebensphasenorientierte Personalpolitik – Theoretisches Konzept und empirische Evidenz
IW-Analysen – Forschungsberichte Nr. 97, Köln 2014

(in cooperation with Mara Ewers)
Quid pro quo – Die Rolle des Gerechtigkeitsempfindens bei politischen Interventionen
IW policy papers 20/2013

(in cooperation with Oliver Stettes)
Quality of Work – A Comparison of Job Characteristics and Job Satis-faction in the European Countries
IW-Trends 2/2013

Expertises

(in cooperation with Jörg Schmidt, Oliver Stettes)
Beschäftigung von Zuwanderinnen und Zuwanderern und kulturelle Vielfalt in nordrheinwestfälischen Unternehmen – Eine Befragung auf Basis des IW-Personalpanels
Gutachten für das Land Nordrhein-Westfalen und den Europäischen Sozialfonds, 2014

External Publications

(in cooperation with Oliver Stettes)
Personalpolitik – Strategie für alle Lebensphasen
Privatbahn Magazin, Heft 5, 2014, S. 126–127

(in cooperation with Alwine Mohnen)
The pric(z)e of hard work: Different incentive effects of non-monetary and monetary prizes
Journal of Economic Psychology, Vol. 43, issue 8, 2014, p. 1–15

Mandatory quotas for women company directors
Information Update 28-02-2014 für das European Industrial Relations Observatory

How unskilled workers’ health deteriorates with age
Information Update 06-08-2013 für das European Working Conditions Observatory

(in cooperation with Sabrina Falk, Alwine Mohnen, Arndt Werner)
Different Degrees of Informational Asymmetry on Job Markets and Its Impact on Companies’ Recruiting Success
Journal of Business Economics, Vol. 83, issue 4, 2013, p. 295–317

(in cooperation with Alwine Mohnen)
Who Benefits from Benefits? Empirical Research on Tangible Incentives
Review of Managerial Science, Vol. 8, issue 3, 2014, p. 327–350

Not Just for the Money, but What For? An Experimental and Empirical Analysis of Immaterial, Tangible and Monetary Incentives
Kovač (Hrsg.):, Schriftenreihe Personalwirtschaft, Band 41, Hamburg, 2012

(in cooperation with Alwine Mohnen, Petra Nieken)
Whom to Choose as a Team Mate? A Lab Experiment about In-Group Favouritism
IZA – Institute for the Study of Labour (Hrsg.): IZA Discussion Paper No. 6286, 2012