Julian Jordi Klix

Julian Jordi Klix
Universität Mannheim ·  Department of Economics

Master of Research in Economics
PhD Student at University of Mannheim, GESS

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Motivated by deautomation patterns and evidence for cascades in technology adoption, I develop a model of herding behavior in innovation. Firms compete strategically, observe private signals about the uncertain general prospect of innovating and try to infer additional information from other firms' observable actions. This can result in cascades in...
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Connecting the heterogeneous rise in market shares and markups with the substantial fraction of firms abandoning industrial robots, this paper develops a model of herding behavior concerning automation. Firms compete in quantities, observe private signals about the success of automation and try to infer additional signals from observable past actio...
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Building upon the framework for decision making under attention introduced by Gossner et al. (2018), I develop an extended model for decision making between items with multiple dimensions of characteristics. Choices are made following a satisficing rule, with the information aggregation governed by attention allocation. Different satisficing rules...
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Using firm-level data from Spain, we investigate robot abandonment, a phenomenon neglected by the literature, and find that a substantial proportion of robot adoption is non-permanent. We also find that (i) firms are most likely to derobotize shortly after robotization; (ii) derobotization rates are higher among smaller firms; and (iii) labor deman...
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Based on the models of legislative bargaining by Romer and Rosenthal (1978) and more important Diermeier and Fong (2011), this paper presents a model extension that allows for coalitions among legislators that manifest as (positive) utility spillovers. Implementing the modified solving algorithm for this setup in a particular specification (π = 9 u...

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