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R. Fahr, Statistisches Bundesamt (Hrsg.), Spektrum Bundesstatistik (2001).

Occupational Mobility and Occupational Matching: Some Implications for Career Choice and Labor Market Policy

R. Fahr, Occupational Mobility and Occupational Matching: Some Implications for Career Choice and Labor Market Policy, 2003.

A Comparative Analysis of Job Entry Methods in Japan, the US and Europe (Japanese)

K. Toshihiro, H. Yoshio, A. Masahiro, R. Fahr, A Comparative Analysis of Job Entry Methods in Japan, the US and Europe (Japanese), 2004.

Loafing or Learning?

R. Fahr, in: The Economics of Time Use, 2004, pp. 175--203.

Job and vacancy competition in empirical matching functions

R. Fahr, U. Sunde, Labour Economics (2005) 773--780.

Loafing or learning?—the demand for informal education

R. Fahr, European Economic Review (2005) 75--98.

Spatial mobility and competition for jobs: Some theory and evidence for Western Germany

R. Fahr, U. Sunde, Regional Science and Urban Economics (2006) 803--825.

Regional dependencies in job creation: an efficiency analysis for Western Germany

R. Fahr, U. Sunde, Applied Economics (2006) 1193--1206.

The wage effects of social norms: evidence of deviations from peers' body-mass in Europe

R. Fahr, The Wage Effects of Social Norms: Evidence of Deviations from Peers’ Body-Mass in Europe, 2006.

Immigration policy and the labor market: the German experience and lessons for Europe

K.F. Zimmermann, H. Bonin, R. Fahr, H. Hinte, Immigration Policy and the Labor Market: The German Experience and Lessons for Europe, 2007.

On the inverse relationship between unemployment and absenteeism: evidence from natural experiments and worker heterogeneity

R. Fahr, B. Frick, On the Inverse Relationship between Unemployment and Absenteeism: Evidence from Natural Experiments and Worker Heterogeneity, 2007.

Identifying personality traits to enhance trust between organisations: An experimental approach

R. Fahr, B. Irlenbusch, Managerial and Decision Economics (2008) 469--487.

Returns to company training--Evidence from a new approach using quasi experimental data

R. Fahr, S. Simons, Returns to Company Training--Evidence from a New Approach Using Quasi Experimental Data, 2008.

Who follows the crowd—Groups or individuals?

R. Fahr, B. Irlenbusch, Journal of Economic Behavior \& Organization (2011) 200--209.

When the early bird catches the worm: The impact of training in retail

C. Hinerasky, R. Fahr, When the Early Bird Catches the Worm: The Impact of Training in Retail, 2011.

Individual determinants of work attendance: Evidence on the role of personality

S. St{\, R. Fahr, Applied Economics (2013) 2863--2875.

Arbeitskräftebedarf bei hoher Arbeitslosigkeit: ein ökonomisches Zuwanderungskonzept für Deutschland

K.F. Zimmermann, T.K. Bauer, H. Bonin, R. Fahr, H. Hinte, Arbeitskräftebedarf Bei Hoher Arbeitslosigkeit: Ein Ökonomisches Zuwanderungskonzept Für Deutschland, 2013.

The impact of risk perception and risk attitudes on corrupt behavior: Evidence from a petty corruption experiment

B. Mir Djawadi, R. Fahr, The Impact of Risk Perception and Risk Attitudes on Corrupt Behavior: Evidence from a Petty Corruption Experiment, 2013.

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