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Pekka Sagner

Pekka Sagner

Economist for Housing Policy and Real Estate Economics

Tel: +49 221 4981-881
  • At the IW since 2018
  • Studied International Business and Development and Economics at the University of Bayreuth and the Beijing Institute of Technology
  • Lecturer at the Academy of German Cooperatives (ADG), the International Real Estate Business School (IREBS) and the Bonn-Rhein-Sieg University of Applied Sciences (H-BRS)
  • Since 2020 doctorate at the University of Wuppertal

 

IW Publications

Sagner, Pekka / Voigtländer, Michael, 2021, Auswirkungen des Berliner Mietendeckels auf private Vermieter, in: IW-Trends, 48. Jg., Nr. 3, S. 45-67
Zur Studie

(in cooperation with Michael Voigtländer)
Mieten, Modernisierungen und Mieterstruktur – Vermietergruppen in Großstädten im Vergleich
IW-Report 11/2019

(in cooperation with Michael Voigtländer)
Es geht auch günstiger – Vorbild Niederlande
IW-Kurzbericht 60/2018

(in cooperation with Michael Voigtländer)
On the relevance and perspectives of commercial construction in the EU
IW-Report 32/2018

(in cooperation with Ralph Henger, Tilo Schumann)
Energetische Gebäudesanierung – Falsche steuerliche Anreize
IW-Kurzbericht 50/2018

(in cooperation with Michael Voigtländer)
Die Zahl der Ersterwerber sinkt weiter
IW-Kurzbericht 34/2018

(in cooperation with Matthias Diermeier, Markos Jung)
Wirtschaftskrise bremst europäische Konvergenz
IW-Kurzbericht 30/2018

Expertises

(in cooperation with Michael Voigtländer)
WOHNKOSTENREPORT 2019, eine Analyse von Mieten und Wohnnutzerkosten für 401 Kreise
Gutachten für ACCENTRO, 2019

(in cooperation with Hanno Kempermann, Agnes Ricci, Thorsten Lang)
Wohnen in Deutschland 2019
Studie für den Verband der Sparda-Banken e.V., 2019

(in cooperation with Ralph Henger, Michael Voigtländer)
Milieuschutz in Berlin
Gutachten im Auftrag des Vereins zur Förderung von Wohneigentum in Berlin e.V. , 2019

(in cooperation with Michael Voigtländer)
Die Erschwinglichkeit von Wohnraum – Analyse für alle deutschen Kreise
Gutachten im Auftrag der Deutsche Reihenhaus AG, 2018

More from Pekka Sagner

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How the Berlin Rent Cap Affected Private Landlords
IW-Trends No. 3 20. August 2021

How the Berlin Rent Cap Affected Private Landlords

Pekka Sagner / Michael Voigtländer

The effects of the Berlin rent cap on the city’s housing market were wide-reaching, with the supply of rental accommodation falling by more than half while the cap was in force.

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Housing – the new social question?
IW-Analyse No. 136 21. July 2020

Housing – the new social question?

Pekka Sagner / Maximilian Stockhausen / Michael Voigtländer

The sharp rise in rents and housing prices in the 2010s, particularly in the major conurbations, has led some to assert that housing is “the social question of our time”.

IW

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Eine Analyse von Mieten und Wohnnutzerkosten für 401 Kreise
Expertise 30. April 2019

Wohnkostenreport 2019: Eine Analyse von Mieten und Wohnnutzerkosten für 401 Kreise

Michael Voigtländer / Pekka Sagner

Der Wohnnutzerkostenansatz erlaubt einen Vergleich der Mietkosten und der regelmäßig anfallenden Kosten, die ein Wohneigentümer aufbringen muss. Dieser Ansatz wird genutzt, um die relative Vorteilhaftigkeit von Wohneigentum gegenüber Mieten zu bestimmen.

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On the relevance and perspectives of commercial construction in the EU
IW-Report No. 32 5. September 2018

On the relevance and perspectives of commercial construction in the EU

Pekka Sagner / Michael Voigtländer

In this paper, we present the current state of European investments in construction. Furthermore we showed how construction investments fared in comparison to overall GFCF, noting that construction investments are still below their peak levels in 2007 for both investments in dwellings and the construction of non-residential buildings and structures.

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Economic crisis slows European convergence
IW-Kurzbericht No. 30 18. May 2018

Regional growth: Economic crisis slows European convergence

Matthias Diermeier / Markos Jung / Pekka Sagner

Up until the economic and financial crisis, economic conditions in the European regions had been converging. This process has come to a complete standstill in recent years due to lower growth in Eastern Europe and stagnation in Southern Europe.

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The poorer regions are not catching up anymore
Matthias Diermeier / Markos Jung / Pekka Sagner Interactive Graphic 18. May 2018

Convergence in Europe: The poorer regions are not catching up anymore

Before the economic crisis, European regions with low economic output per inhabitant grew faster than the wealthier ones. The living conditions on the continent became more similar. Since 2010, however, the process of catching-up has been stopped.

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