Working papers are an outlet for my fundamental research while ‘under development’. Currently my focus lies on the drivers of macroeconomic performance of countries and regions
(growth, unemployment and inflation). Building on extensive datasets, this research incalculates the economic activity of all private firms in the economy – large, small, young and old.
- Tax credits and job creation by multinational enterprises
Jozef Konings, Cathy Lecocq & Bruno Merlevede
- The Return on Information Technology: Who benefits most?
Emmanuel Dhyne, Jozef Konings, Jeroen Van den bosch and Stijn Vanormelingen, CEPR Discussion Paper 13246
- Declining business dynamism and information technology
Gert Bijnens & Jozef Konings – VOXeu Policy Analysis of 19 July 2018
- Local High-Tech Job Multipliers in Europe
CEPR Discussion Paper Week ending 15 May 2018 – Maarten Goos, Jozef Konings, Marieke Vandeweyer
- Wage Inequality and Establishment Heterogeneity
In Kyung Kim & Jozef Konings – VIVES Discussion Paper 64
- What Drives Labor Market Polarization in Advanced Countries? The Role of China and Technology
Koen Breemersch, Joze P. Damijan and Jozef Konings – VIVES Discussion Paper 61
- Where has the Belgian Business Dynamism gone?
Gert Bijnens, Joep Konings – VIVES Discussion paper 59
- Did export promotion help firms weather the crisis?
Johannes Van Biesebroeck, Jozef Konings & Christian Volpe Martincus – VIVES Discussion Paper 51
- International Shocks and Domestic Prices: How Large are Strategic Complementarities?
NBER working paper 2219 – Amiti, M., Itskhoki, O. Konings, J.
- Employment Growth in Euroep: The Roles of Innovation, Local Job Multipliers and Institutions
Maarten Goos, Jozef Konings & Marieke Vandewyer – VIVES Discussion Paper 50