Sonja Beer

Dr. Sonja Beer


Tel+49 221 4981-512


  • Joined the German Economic Institute in 2019
  • Born 1987 in Subotica, Serbien
  • Studied economics at the Bergische University Wuppertal, Gonzaga University (USA) and University Novi Sad (Serbien).

IW Publications

Beer, Sonja, 2020, Phase-1-Deal führt zu Handelsumlenkung im Energiesektor, IW-Kurzbericht, Nr. 5, Köln
Zur Studie

(in cooperation with Jürgen Matthes, Christian Rusche)
Decoupling Chimerica: Consequences for the European Union
IW-Report 44/2019

Handelskrieg: Die ersten Folgen
IW-Kurzbericht 73/2019

Chinas Wirtschaft - Steigende Risiken
IW-Report 24/2019

(in cooperation with Galina Kolev)
The influence of public investment on the German current account surplus
IW-Kurzbericht 37/2019

Spanische Wirtschaft benötigt eine stabile Regierung und die Fortsetzung der Reformen
IW-Kurzbericht 27/2019

External Publications

Inequality, Employment and Skills in OECD countries: An International Comparative Analysis Dissertation, Wuppertal University Library, April, 2018

(in cooperation with Ronald Schettkat)
Literacy skills, equality of educational opportunities and educational outcomes: an international comparison
Vienna University of Business and Economics, INEQ Working Paper Series, Nr. 8, Februar, 2018

Macroeconomic Revolution on shaky grounds: Lucas/Sargent critique`s inherent contradictions
The Washington Center for Equitable Growth Working Paper, Mai, Washington, D.C., 2017

Wage inequality, skill inequality and employment: evidence and policy lessons from PIAAC
IZA Journal of European Labor Studies, 5. Jg., Nr. 21, 2016

Schumpeter School International Comparative Institutional Data Base
Schumpeter Discussion papers, Nr. 15001, Wuppertal, 2015

(in cooperation with Ronald Schettkat)
Does Inequality Promote Employment? An International Comparison
Schumpeter Discussion papers, Nr. 13009, Wuppertal, 2013