- Martin KarlssonProfessor of Economics, University of Duisburg-EssenVerified email at uni-due.de
- Hendrik SchmitzProfessor of Statistics and Empirical Economics, Universität PaderbornVerified email at uni-paderborn.de
- Peter EibichMax Planck Institute for Demographic ResearchVerified email at demogr.mpg.de
- Christian KrekelParis School of Economics; Centre for Economic Performance, London School of Economics; World BankVerified email at christiankrekel.de
- Jan GoebelDIW Berlin, SOEPVerified email at diw.de
- Tim TiefenbachGerman Institute for Japanese StudiesVerified email at dijtokyo.org
- Gert G. WagnerDIW Berlin, MPIB and Berlin University of TechnologyVerified email at diw.de
- Davide DragoneAssociate Professor, University of BolognaVerified email at unibo.it
- Harald TauchmannFriedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-NürnbergVerified email at fau.de
- Lawrence JinPh.D. student in Economics, Cornell UniversityVerified email at cornell.edu
- Lauren JonesThe Ohio State UniversityVerified email at osu.edu
- Richard BurkhauserProfessor, Cornell University and Melbourne UniversityVerified email at cornell.edu
- Mary C. DalySenior Vice President and Associate Director of Research, Federal Reserve Bank of San FranciscoVerified email at sf.frb.org
- Prof. Paul DolanLondon School of Economics and Political ScienceVerified email at lse.ac.uk
- Claudia SenikParis School of EconomicsVerified email at pse.ens.fr
- Stefan SzymanskiStephen J. Galetti Professor of Sport ManagementVerified email at umich.edu
- Georgios KavetsosQueen Mary and London School of EconomicsVerified email at lse.ac.uk
Nicolas Ziebarth is a tenured Associate Professor in the Department for Policy Analysis and Management at Cornell University. Before coming to Cornell, Nicolas worked as a research associate at the German Institute for Economic Research (DIW Berlin). He earned his PhD in economics from the Berlin University of Technology (TU Berlin) in 2011. His PhD thesis is titled "Sickness Absence and Economic Incentives" and was supervised by Professor Gert G. Wagner. It has been awarded the Upjohn Institute Dissertation Award 2011.
Nicolas Ziebarth's research is in the field of applied health and labor economics. In particular, he analyzes the interaction of social security systems with labor markets and population health. Another focus of his work is the driving forces and implications of health-related behavior.
Nicolas Ziebarth's work has been published in economic journals such as the Journal of Public Economics, the Journal of Health Economics, the Journal of Human Resources, the Journal of Applied Econometrics, and The Economic Journal, but also in multidisciplinary and policy journals such as Health Policy, Health Services Research or Social Science & Medicine .
Nicolas Ziebarth joined IZA as a Research Fellow in March 2011.