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Prof. Dr. Martin Gassebner

Room 1501-054
Office Hours: Wednesday 09.00-11.00 (appointment by email) 
Phone.: +49 511 / 762-5645




Research Interests

  • Political Economy
  • International Economics
  • Economics of Terrorism
  • Development Economics

 Selected Publications

  • Dreher, A., Gassebner, M. (2012). Do IMF and World Bank Programs  Induce Government Crises? An Empirical Analysis, International Organization 66(2): 329-358.
  • Gassebner, M., Gaston, N., Lamla, M.J. (2011). The Inverse Domino Effect: Are Economic Reforms Contagious? International Economic Review 52(1): 183-200.
  • Gassebner, M., Jong-A-Pin, R., Mierau, J. (2011). Terrorism and  Cabinet Duration, International Economic Review 52(4): 1253-1270.

Recent Working Papers

  • Dreher, A., Gassebner, M. Schaudt, P. (2017). The Effect of Migration on Terror – Made at Home or Imported from Abroad? CESifo Working Paper No. 6441.
  • Bluhm, R., Gassebner, M., Langlotz, S., Schaudt, P. (2016). Fueling Conflict? (De)escalation and Bilateral Aid, CESifo Working Paper  No. 6125.
  • Gassebner, M., Gutmann, J., Voigt, S. (2016). When to Expect a Coup d’État? An Extreme Bounds Analysis of Coup Determinants, CESifo Working Paper  No. 6065.